Conrad Murray Verdict

November 6, 2011 by staff 

Conrad Murray Verdict, The death of singer Michael Jackson caused shockwaves around the world and it sometimes seems as though the world has been watching the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray, accused of involuntary manslaughter.

After many dramatic trial scenes over the course of six weeks, millions are now waiting to see if Conrad Murray is guilty or not as the jury is out. The prosecution claims that Murray is responsible for the death of singer Michael Jackson by administering him with propofol to aid sleep and neglecting to monitor its affects.

 Meanwhile Murray’s defense maintains that Jackson caused his own death by administering the drug himself. Testimony at the Los Angeles Superior Court has been watched across the world and closing arguments were presented on Thursday after 49 witnesses had been called and over 300 pieces of evidence presented. The jury consisting of 7 men and 5 women deliberated on Friday but no verdict has been reached yet and they will resume discussions tomorrow (Monday).In summing up, David Walgren for the prosecution appealed to the jury saying, “Conrad Murray left Prince, Paris, and Blanket without a father, for them this case doesn’t end today, or tomorrow, or the next day.

For Michael’s children, this case will go on forever because they do not have a father,” according to ITN News. Walgren continued, “I will be asking that you return with a verdict of guilty as to the sole count of involuntary manslaughter because Conrad Murray caused the death of Michael Jackson. Conrad Murray abandoned Michael Jackson. Conrad Murray gave him propofol and abandoned him. Conrad Murray is criminally liable, justice demands a guilty verdict.”

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