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Feb 5 10 5:38 PM

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So I heard on the news Conrad Murray didn't go to court because it was toooo dangerous, and he was receiving death threats. Of course your gonna get some death threats from killing one of the sweetest, gentlest people the world has come to know and love. Well if the authorities have put Murray in jail already instead of waiting months, alot of things could've been done already. What is your feedback you guys

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Feb 8 10 4:27 AM

Dr. Conrad Murray to Judge -- I'm 'Not Guilty'

Michael Jackson's doctor, Conrad Murray, will plead not guilty tomorrow when he is arraigned on involuntary manslaughter charges ... sources tell TMZ.

We're told the plan is for Dr. Murray to arrive at the courthouse 20 - 30 minutes before the arraignment -- which sources tell us will be at 1:30 PM PT. He will surrender voluntarily.

Law enforcement sources tell us 20 L.A. County Sheriff's deputies will be at the courthouse, some of whom will be evident and some who will not. We're told the Sheriff's Department has had its security plan in place for a while, in part because of crowd control concerns and partly because of security issues surrounding Dr. Murray.

We're told there is a concern about Dr. Murray's safety because of intense feeling on the part of some Michael Jackson fans that Dr. Murray killed the singer.

As we first reported, Dr. Murray will be accompanied by a bail bondsman who will post bail -- expected to be $25,000.

Our sources say Dr. Murray will not waive his right to a preliminary hearing.

Following arraignment and booking, we're told Dr. Murray will leave L.A. and go either to Las Vegas or Houston.


Read more: http://www.tmz.com/2010/02/08/dr-conrad-murray-michael-jackson-not-guilty-involuntary-manslaughter-courthouse-arraignment-security-plea/#comments#ixzz0ewUojMEi

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Feb 8 10 1:29 PM

Wow, bail is only $25,000? You would think the value of someone's life would be way higher than that. And also guys, please remain calm. Do not let the good Dr.'s arraignment alarm you. You all know as well as I do that this hoax is not just based on him. Just relax and the reason for this court appearance will come to light.

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Feb 8 10 1:32 PM

Michael Jackson Coroner's Report

Michael Jackson Coroner's ReportTMZ has just obtained a copy of the full L.A. County Coroner's report in the death of Michael Jackson -- which until now was under seal. The conclusion is clear ... Propofol killed the singer.

According to the report, the manner of death is homicide and the conclusion is based on the following 4 items:

1. Circumstances indicate the Propofol and the benzodiazepines were administered by another.

2. Propofol was administered in a non-hospital setting without any appropriate medical indication.

3. The standard of care for administering Propofol was not met. Recommended equipment for patient monitoring, precision dosing and resuscitation was not present.

4. The circumstances do not support self-administration of Propofol.

The Coroner's report was under wraps until the criminal complaint was filed and it will be a centerpiece in the prosecution of Dr. Conrad Murray on charges of involuntary manslaughter


Read more: http://www.tmz.com/2010/02/08/michael-jackson-coroners-report-propofol-cause-of-death-homicide-dr-conrad-murray/#ixzz0eyjo29jL

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Feb 8 10 1:37 PM

Conrad Murray Charged in Michael Jackson Death

Dr. Conrad Murray has just been charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson.

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According to the criminal complaint, the D.A. alleges Dr. Murray "did unlawfully, and without malice, kill Michael Joseph Jackson ... in the commission of an unlawful act, not a felony; and in the commission of a lawful act which might have produced death, in an unlawful manner, and without due caution and circumspection."

Dr. Murray will be arraigned today at 1:30 PM. As we first reported, he will plead not guilty.

Dr. Murray is expected to show up at around 1:00 PM, accompanied by his lawyers and a bail bondsman. Bail should be set at $25,000.

Dr. Murray administered Propofol to Jackson just before he died, and the L.A. County Coroner's Office has determined Jackson died as a result of acute Propofol intoxication.

If convicted, Dr. Murray faces a maximum of four years in prison


Read more: http://www.tmz.com/#ixzz0eykKWzAC


And still nothing new...

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Feb 8 10 1:41 PM

Michael Jackson Coroner's ReportPosted Feb 8th 2010 3:15PM by TMZ Staff
[image]TMZ has just obtained a copy of the full L.A. County Coroner's report in the death of Michael Jackson -- which until now was under seal. The conclusion is clear ... Propofol killed the singer.

According to the report, the manner of death is homicide and the conclusion is based on the following 4 items:

1. Circumstances indicate the Propofol and the benzodiazepines were administered by another.

2. Propofol was administered in a non-hospital setting without any appropriate medical indication.

3. The standard of care for administering Propofol was not met. Recommended equipment for patient monitoring, precision dosing and resuscitation was not present.

4. The circumstances do not support self-administration of Propofol.

The Coroner's report was under wraps until the criminal complaint was filed and it will be a centerpiece in the prosecution of Dr. Conrad Murray on charges of involuntary manslaughter

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Wasn't it reported in August that (prior to the homicide report) that the results were to be with held indefinitely?

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Feb 8 10 3:01 PM

Michael Jackson's doctor charged in singer's death

LOS ANGELES – Michael Jackson's doctor was charged Monday with involuntary manslaughter, capping an exhaustive investigation into the pop star's stunning death last summer and setting up the prospect of another sensational celebrity courtroom drama.
Dr. Conrad Murray, a cardiologist who was with Jackson when he died June 25 at his rented Los Angeles mansion, is accused of the single felony count in a five-page complaint filed in Superior Court. According to the complaint, Murray "did unlawfully, and without malice, kill Michael Joseph Jackson" by acting "without the caution and circumspection required."
The complaint contains no details on Jackson's death but authorities have said the singer died after Murray administered a powerful general anesthetic and other drugs to help Jackson rest. Murray has said he did nothing that should have caused Jackson to die.
If convicted, he faces up to four years in prison.
Soon after the charge was filed, several members of Jackson's family, including his mother and father; his brothers Jermaine, Randy, and Tito Jackson; and his sister LaToya Jackson arrived at the courthouse adjacent to Los Angeles International Airport, where hundreds of reporters and Jackson fans were gathered outside.
"Looking for justice," was all Jackson's father, Joe Jackson, said as he walked past a crowd of reporters and into the courthouse.
The charge was expected, and Murray's attorney, Ed Chernoff, said his client planned to surrender to authorities later Monday.
"We'll make bail, we'll plead not guilty and we'll fight like hell," Chernoff said before the charge was filed.
Jackson, 50, hired Murray to be his personal physician as he prepared for a strenuous series of comeback concerts in London. Officials say the singer died after Murray administered the powerful general anesthetic propofol and two other sedatives to get the chronic insomniac to sleep.
Known as "milk of amnesia," propofol is only supposed to be administered by an anesthesia professional in a medical setting because it depresses breathing and heart rate while lowering blood pressure.
The American Society of Anesthesiologists warned in 2004 that a doctor using propofol should have education and training to manage anesthesia complications, be physically present throughout sedation and monitor patients "without interruption" for signs of trouble. Rescue equipment "must be immediately available," it said.
Los Angeles investigators were methodical in building a case against Murray, wary of repeating missteps that have plagued some other high-profile celebrity cases, most notably O.J. Simpson and actor Robert Blake, both of whom were acquitted of murder.
After reviewing toxicology findings, the coroner ruled Jackson's death a homicide caused by acute intoxication of propofol, with other sedatives a contributing factor.
Murray appears to have obtained the drug legally and its use is not in itself a crime. To show the doctor was negligent in his care, detectives spoke to more than 10 medical experts to see if his behavior fell outside the bounds of reasonable medical practice.
According to court documents, Murray told police he administered propofol just before 11 a.m. then stepped out of the room to go to the bathroom.
There is some dispute about what happened next. According to court filings, Murray told police that upon his return from the bathroom, he saw Jackson was not breathing and began trying to revive him.
But an ambulance was not called until 12:21 p.m. and Murray spent much of the intervening time making non-emergency cell phone calls, police say. The nature of the calls, which lasted 47 minutes, is not known.
Murray's lawyer has said investigators got confused about what Murray had told them, and that the doctor found his patient unresponsive around noon. The investigation included several agencies, including the Los Angeles Police Department, the district attorney's office and the federal Drug Enforcement Administration. A large number of witnesses has been interviewed by police, including those who were present during Jackson's last days, those who worked with him in preparation for his series of comeback concerts, "This Is It," and members of his personal entourage, including his security guard and personal assistant. Murray, who has a practice in Houston, became Jackson's physician in May. An executive of concert promoter AEG Live has said Jackson insisted Murray be hired to accompany him to London. The concerts sold out in anticipation of Jackson's return as the "King of Pop" after years of odd behavior, trial and acquittal on molestation charges and self-imposed isolation that overshadowed a lifetime in music that reached superstardom with the 1982 album "Thriller" and such hits as "Beat It" and "Billie Jean." At the time of his death, Jackson was in relatively good health and had no illegal drugs in his system, according to the autopsy report obtained by The Associated Press. Jackson had a strong heart and his kidneys and most other major organs were normal, according to the autopsy. Jackson's most serious problem was a chronic inflammation of the lungs that reduced capacity and may have left him short of breath. But the autopsy said it would not have been a direct or contributing cause of death. Legal experts said the autopsy findings bolstered the case for prosecution and would block a potential defense that Jackson hid serious conditions that increased risk of death from drugs he willingly took. ___ Associated Press Entertainment Writer Anthony McCartney contributed to this story.

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Feb 8 10 4:53 PM

@mwizz...Stay tuned. Don't forget about all the other clues the have led us to believe that MJ is alive. Our faith and loyalty are being tested right now.  Don't give in to this media crap.  95% of the reason this entire hoax exists is because of the media. Don't forget that.

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Feb 8 10 5:01 PM

i watched i hoax video on youtube and they said that michael cannot come back unless dr murray is charged

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Feb 8 10 5:05 PM

@mjj4life: true.
And there is actually nothing new. We knew Murray would be charged. And so it happened. But that doesn't mean he is going to be sent to jail or something. He is free, just not allowed to sedate people, as the judge said, and the next hearing will be on April 5th.
Nothing of all of this should waver our faith that MJ is alive. Because none of it proves the contrary.

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Feb 8 10 5:11 PM

And here you go!

Med Board Goes After Murray with a Vengeance

Dr. Conrad Murray is a "danger to the public" -- according to the medical board that licensed him to practice medicine in California.

Medical Board docs: Click to launch

The Medical Board of California was shut down today by the judge in Murray's involuntary manslaughter case. The Board wanted the judge to immediately stop Dr. Murray in his tracks from practicing medicine as a condition to bail.

According to documents filed with the court, the Board believes Murray showed, "utter disregard for the care and well-being of the persons entrusted to his care" -- namely, Michael Jackson.

The Board wants the judge to step in stat because it takes the Medical Board a long time to yank a doctor's license.

In the end, the judge would only go as far as ordering Dr. Murray not to administer anesthetics, including Propofol.


Read more: http://www.tmz.com/#ixzz0ezbsWqEO


So the judge could have yanked Murray's doctor's license, but he didn't. Why would that be? grin

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Feb 8 10 6:08 PM

CNN was in the courtroom today. You can watch some of what went down...

http://www.cnn.com/2010/CRIME/02/08/michael.jackson.charges/index.html?hpt=T2

From the article on that page:

The judge refused to suspend Murray's medical license as a term of his bond, but he did order him not to use any anesthesia on patients.


"I don't want you sedating people," Schwartz told Murray.



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Feb 8 10 6:19 PM

I'm gonna have extra butter with my popcorn, in fact, just give me the movie theater combo.

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Feb 8 10 9:17 PM

Take a look at the L.A. County Sheriff's official website -- it shows that Dr. Conrad Murray was officially booked moments ago at 2:38 PM PST.

The Doc is no small potato -- dude was listed at 6'5" and 220 lbs.

We're told the bail bondsman has already posted Murray's $75,000 bail -- so he should be walking out of court shortly.

UPDATE: Murray has posted bail and has been released.

 

http://www.tmz.com/2010/02/08/dr-conrad-murray-booked-arrested-michael-jackson-arraignment/3#comments

 

 


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Feb 8 10 9:32 PM

Upon checking out the CNN video, I find it very strange for a judge to have toys on his desk? I also find it strange that no Jackons were seen sitting at that court hearing?

Oh and another thing, Murray doesnt have money to pay child support, so where did he come up with 75 thousand dollars?!

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Feb 8 10 9:50 PM

The Jacksons were in the courtroom.

Why is it weird for a judge to have toys on his desk? It's been done before.

Where'd he get the 75K? Bondsmen. Probably had to put up cars and houses
for that.

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