The Los Angeles Times wrote an intriguing article about Conrad Murray being sentenced to four years in prison, the maximum penalty.  All the courts evidence pointed to negligence on the Doctors part.  Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor judged on the basis that Murray showed no signs of remorse.  The article has no statement from Murray himself which never is a good sign for accurate reporting.  I can’t help but feel that there is more to this story but that will be seen in four years.

Murray has the perfect opportunity!  I mean, he has four years to write the book about how he Killed Michael Jackson, he can than move into a movie deal.  Imagine it, you walk into Borders, if there are any left in four years, and there is this book with big bold letters, “I Killed Michael Jackson”  by Conrad Murray.  I might borrow that book from Remy and look at the pictures.  But seriously, how much do you want to bet that in four years you will see this book on the shelves or on the kindle front page.  I think so.

Some people wrote some interesting comments on Facebook about the article:
Jeff Roberts of Liberty – Eylau High School said,

“This man [Dr. Murray] did the children of the world a huge favor.”

Kevin Peterson, who practices kevinianity as his religion, said,

“ANGRY JUDGE”, A judge should not be angry in passing judgement A judgement should be in accordance with the law and a judges emotions should not be seen as influencing the outcomes. I hope the report is factual, that the judge was indeed “angry”. In which case, his position as Judge should be considered with due consideration.

Azz Theboss a man of mystery said,

He should not have been convicted. We all know Michael did it to himself and that he was dependent on drugs!

Walt Clayton, who likes long house rides on the beach, said,

Four years lodging at taxpayer expense? Just put him to sleep.

The ending to this article was the most interesting to me,

“Witnesses testified to many egregious medical missteps -– giving propofol in an unmonitored setting, fumbling at basic resuscitation, keeping no records –- failures that experts said directly led to Jackson’s overdose death.

As his famed patient stopped breathing and suffered cardiac arrest under the influence of propofol, jurors were told, the doctor chatted on the phone and sent and received email and text messages. And in the crucial moments after he discovered the singer had stopped breathing, he delayed calling for help and lied to paramedics and emergency doctors, witnesses said.”

Sounds to me like negligence, but who knows. This story is very one-sided
What do you think?
Sean Trank

About Sean Trank

My name is Sean Trank. I aspire to help those who want to succeed. I am a promoter of many things and I love making good ideas known. I also have a unique sense of humor that has been honed and shaped from having a Jewish Christian background...or maybe it is because my childhood house had lead-based paint. Ok so please explore this website .

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