Killing the King of Pop is not an adequate substitute for exercise!
Just ask Dr. Conrad Murray, the man convicted of the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson!
His health in prison declined rapidly over the past year and, at one point, that he feared life-threatening blood clots were forming in his legs and admitted himself into USC Medical Center.
He described the pain and terror:
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He really still thinks he can slither his way out of this one, doesn't he?
Dr. Conrad Murray, who was sentenced to fours in prison in November for the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson, has filed legal documents to appeal his conviction, on the basis of
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Dr. Conrad Murray has been denied probation in the Michael Jackson involuntary manslaughter trial.
He has been sentenced to serve four years in prison!
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Guess we'll find out soon if their pleas have any effect!
Deputy District Attorney David Walgren is pushing for Conrad Murray to be given the maximum sentence for being found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in Michael Jackson's death.
Murray's family and friends, on the other hand, want the judge to take it easy on him!
Here's what Murray's baby momma Nicole Alvarez had to say about it in a letter she wrote to the judge:
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Oooh no. This is horribly, horribly sad.
Makayla Norman died at the young age of fourteen back in March. She suffered from cerebral palsy and malnutrition. At the time of death, she only weighed 28 pounds…
Her mother and three nurses are now charged with the blame. The prosecutor said the home reeked of filth and that the victim had bed sores and other signs of neglect.
County prosecutor Mathias Heck Jr states:
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