Nothing at all … about doing that documentary.
The world watched on yesterday as Conrad Murray was given the maximum punishment for his part in the death of Michael Jackson by an infuriated Judge Michael Pastor. It became very evident very quickly that Judge Pastor was PO'ed about Conrad's involvement in the documentary about his trial.
For a man who couldn't spare any time to defend himself on the stand, Conrad had plenty of time to sit in front of the cameras, but following his sentencing, he spoke with family and friends and revealed he didn't regret doing the film. In fact, sources say that he told his loved ones he knew he would get the maximum sentence and he knew the judge would call him out on the docu-slander.
Still, a "surprisingly upbeat" Conrad made peace with the judge's decision, telling one friend, "I'm just relieved it's finally over," adding, "Don't worry, I'm fine, and I'll be out soon."
No. Not soon. At least two years. That's the reality of this, Conrad. We wish you would see that!
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