Michael Jackson's "Doctor" will face trial

on Sunday, 16 January 2011. Posted in Latest News

Michael Jackson's

Michael Jackson's doctor will face a criminal trial for involuntary manslaughter, it has been ruled.

Judge Michael Pastor said today there is sufficient evidence to warrant a case against Dr Conrad Murray following this week's preliminary hearing.

In his closing statement Deputy District Attorney David Walgren told the judge: 'It was not Michael Jackson's time to go. 'Michael Jackson is not here today because of the negligence and reckless acts of Dr. Murray,' celebrity website TMZ reported.

Walgren added that Murray, who could face four years in prison if convicted, was more concerned with covering up evidence than helping Jackson.

The decision comes after more than 20 witnesses were called in the six-day preliminary hearing.

Comments (3)

  • Toye Michelle Smith

    Toye Michelle Smith

    17 January 2011 at 00:12 |
    This is great news. We are now closer to seeing justice being done for Michael and his family. We all have so many questions. But the biggest one is why? Why did you, Michael, trust this guy with your life? (You didn't know him that long). And why was this doctor so careless and lakadaizical(?) in his actions? Did he get his medical degree online at "Medical Degrees "R" Us" located at a back alley near you? This case is so blatantly obvious that Dr. Murray was at best negligent and I'll be glad when all of it's done and over with because it makes me sad and angry everytime I think about that day! Rest in peace, Michael! Thank-you for this opportunity, Toye Michelle.
  • erica


    19 January 2011 at 19:48 |
    you have to pay for all your lifetime.
  • erica


    19 January 2011 at 19:52 |
    just a murder

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