Day 2: Waiting for the Murray Verdict
The seven men and five women must decide if Dr. Conrad Murray was criminally negligent in his use of the surgical anesthetic propofol to treat Jackson’s insomnia and if it significantly contributed to the singer’s 2009 death.
Jackson fans who shouted slogans, waved signs and sometimes argued with Murray supporters outside the courthouse Friday planned a more solemn verdict vigil Monday with candles, according to messages posted on fan websites.
The verdict was made simple by the charges against Dr. Murray made simply: Manslaughter. Will he be found innocent or guilty. My take is that he will be found guilty since he was guilty of something and with the lower bar set it should come out guilty. He probably won’t serve much time but will lose his medical license. Then he will write a book.
- Day 2 of deliberations set in Michael Jackson death trial (cnn.com)
- Conrad Murray jury to reconvene (bbc.co.uk)
Posted on November 7, 2011, in Government Trough and tagged cnn, Death of Michael Jackson, guilty verdict, innocent, Jury, los angeles, Manslaughter, michael jackson, not guilty verdict. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.