For the sake of those documentary filmmakers, hopefully this thing ends well! (And yes, we're rolling our eyes at that).
The Dr. Conrad Murray trial is coming to a close, and the jury deliberations have officially begun.
Based on all the evidence that's been presented, we can tell you now that it is NOT looking good for Dr. Murray.
The prosecution has contended that Murray's usage of "the surigical anesthetic propofol" for Michael Jackson's insomnia was "criminally negligent."
On the other end, the defense contends that MJ gave himself the fatal dosage of propofol, without Dr. Murray's knowledge.
No decision has been made yet, but after hearing Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney David Walgren's closing statement, it's hard to imagine a scenario where Dr. Murray gets off:
"Conrad Murray left Prince, Paris and Blanket without a father. For them, this case doesn't end today, or tomorrow. For Michael's children, this case will go on forever, because they do not have a father, they do not have a father because of the actions of Conrad Murray."
So sad. We'd expect to find out more very soon…
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