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    Писане by andeli on Вто Ное 29, 2011 9:24 pm

    Излезе и mug Shot- а на Мъри. Искаше ми се да го видя и в профил.



    Probation report : http://tmz.vo.llnwd.net/o28/newsdesk/tmz_documents/1129_murray_2.pdf


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    Re: Присъдата

    Писане by andeli on Вто Ное 29, 2011 10:15 pm

    М. Пастор:

    It’s important 2 emphasize the standard of proof in this case. Some may think it’s was medical malpractice. It is not, it’s criminal”

    “Judge says he categorically dissociates with those who say “if it wasn’t Conrad Murray, it would have been another doctor. Judge says such a statement is an insult on the profession of medical doctor.

    “He says this is not a question of what might’ve happened if it was someone else but Murray”.

    Judge says he’s “read the book of Conrad Murray’s life, but also the book of Michael Jackson’s life, not isolated chapters.”

    Judge: Michael Jackson died not because of mistake or accident but because of series of decision Dr. conradmurray made on June 25, 2009.

    Judge says one may think involuntary manslaughter is “something that went wrong” but it’s not what happened in this case.

    Judge says one aspect stood out in this case: the audio recording of MJ by Murray. It was “Dr. Murray’s insurance policy”

    Judge says it was a horrific violation of trust & wonders what would be the value of this recording if there was a conflict between MJ & CM.

    Judge: that tape recording was designed to tape Michael at his most vunerable point as “an insurance policy”

    Judge says he imagines Murray could have used this audio recording to threaten MJ to release it in the media.

    Judge says when looking at the book of Murray’s life, one chapter disturbs him most: when he said in the documentary he doesn’t feel guilty.

    Judge: These reasons create me great concern. There’s no recognition he did something wrong. No remorse, no responsability

    Judge: Dr. Murray abandoned his patient. Unacceptable, egregious departure from standard of care, disgrace to the medical profession.


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    Re: Присъдата

    Писане by Tes on Вто Ное 29, 2011 10:53 pm

    andeli написа:

    На излизане от съда Джърмейн каза: "И 100 години не са достатъчни!"


    Така си е. Но съм облекчена, че най-накрая се разбра. 4 години на мен лично ми звучат малко, но пък не съм аз тази, която ще казва колко трябва, не съм съдия. Все пак трябваше някаква справеливост, 2 години я чакахме.


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    Re: Присъдата

    Писане by andeli on Вто Ное 29, 2011 10:56 pm

    Аз си мисля, че справедливостта е по- важна. Тя възтържествува и само като слушах Пастор ми ставаше хубаво. А за 4 -те години - това е максимума.


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    Писане by L.O.V.E. MJ on Сря Ное 30, 2011 9:09 am

    Снощи като чух и ми стана зле. Само 4 години за отнемането на такъв Човешки живот и толкова постижения и огромно сърце...Но очаквана беше тази присъда, доволна съм, че съдията даде максимума /съвсем не е достатъчна, Джърмейн го каза/, но поне максималното за случая и ще служи за назидание. Всъщност тази присъда сякаш има повече назидателна сила, отколкото наистина наказателна...


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    Писане by L.O.V.E. MJ on Сря Ное 30, 2011 9:11 am

    Снощи като чух и ми стана зле. Само 4 години за отнемането на такъв Човешки живот и толкова постижения и огромно сърце...Но очаквана беше тази присъда, доволна съм, че съдията даде максимума /съвсем не е достатъчна, Джърмейн го каза/, но поне максималното за случая и ще служи за назидание. Показа тежестта на стореното /закона е доста благосклонен към престъпниците/. Всъщност тази присъда сякаш има повече назидателна сила, отколкото наистина наказателна...


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    Re: Присъдата

    Писане by andeli on Чет Дек 01, 2011 12:05 am

    Jermaine: I hope Conrad Murray is haunted by what he’s done

    Brother's despair as Michael Jackson's doctorgets four years

    AS much as the headlines may say otherwise, what happened yesterday was not justice.

    rue justice shouldn't feel as empty and pointless as this.

    "Justice" is not having some clown of a doctor act so criminally negligent with Michael's life that he ends up killing him . . . then receives such a pitiful sentence.

    That's not natural justice.

    That's "justice" on paper for the prosecutors and courts to record as another conviction secured.

    For us as a family, it feels like justice — in the true, hard-hitting, let-the-punishment-match-the-crime sense of the word — has been denied by a technicality.

    Let me tell you what justice should have — and could have — looked like: Dr Conrad Murray charged with, and convicted of, second-degree murder and sent down for decades. A life incarcerated for the life lost because of his reckless choices, inept skills and breathtaking disregard of the human life in his solo care.

    As someone who sat through the evidence at trial before Murray was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter, I know there was enough legal justification to charge this case as second-degree murder.

    In the US, the malice is deemed "implied" if a person's negligence is so unbelievably reckless. As Murray's was.

    I also know the District Attorney's office in LA seriously considered this route. But they opted for the less risky, more conviction-likely, safer option when the overwhelming evidence screamed for a stronger charge.

    That is why, when I watched Murray being sentenced at LA Superior Court yesterday, I felt more like shrugging my shoulders than punching the air.

    Because I was witnessing the due process go through the motions for the soft sentence that involuntary manslaughter carries.

    I don't blame Judge Michael Pastor. The maximum sentence could only be four years by law. From the start, this case, its truth and the wider circumstances leading up to Michael's death, have been placed in a straitjacket.

    Judge Pastor's hands were tied and he gave him the maximum sentence, but four years feels woefully insufficient.

    What I appreciated was how the judge "disassociated" himself from all suggestions that Michael would have died with or without Murray's involvement.

    That lie, that Michael somehow self-administered or contributed to his own death, was sent to jail with the rest of Murray's lies. I just hope that for every long day that Murray does serve in jail, he is haunted by what he's done in the same way we've been haunted by what he didn't do — keep Michael healthy and alive.

    Murray's recklessness has robbed our family of a son, brother and uncle.

    It has deprived Prince, Paris and Blanket of a wonderful father who doted on them.

    It has deprived the world of a genius artist whose music would have kept on evolving.

    And it denied Michael the greatest comeback of all time — the comeback he had imagined for such a long time.

    He was on the verge of turning over a new leaf in his life.

    The This Is It concerts in London were just the beginning of a five-year plan to turn things around and restore some financial security. He was even finalising a $15million (£9.6million) downpayment on a home in Las Vegas.

    This payment was one of the last things he spoke about at rehearsals before heading home for that ill-fated, sleepless night.

    Murray's recklessness denied Michael the new, exciting future he had his heart set on. I have seen some ill-informed reactions that have painted Murray as some kind of "scapegoat" and that my brother's death was due to his "addiction to drugs".

    None of which is true — as all evidence proved.

    For the record, Michael had no dependency on the painkiller demerol at the time of his death, as was claimed in court.

    It's true that he had a known drug dependency in 1993 and it continued to mess with him for almost a decade. But circumstances in 2001 did not kill him in 2009, despite Murray's defence team doing its best to link the past to the future.

    Bottom line: There was no demerol found in his house or in his body. So much for him being "an addict".

    Michael, a chronic insomniac, died because he wanted to sleep, not because he wanted to get high, and he trusted Murray to ensure this happened by administering an unorthodox measure — the anaesthetic propofol.

    Michael regarded this sleep-inducing drug as the only effective solution to an insomnia triggered by touring.

    Propofol is like a gun — safe in the right hands but in the wrong hands, it's deadly. Michael placed his life in Murray's wrong hands.

    One of the toughest aspects of the trial was realising how saveable Michael was.

    Had Murray monitored him, instead of wandering off to ring his girlfriends, he'd have seen that Michael had stopped breathing.

    Had he had the standard life-saving equipment and rang 911 and not stalled for 15 inexplicable minutes, there was always a real chance of life. Had he not kept hidden from paramedics the vital fact he'd administered propofol. Had he been a trained professional who knew what he was doing, Michael would still be alive today.

    I remain haunted by the endless list of "Had he done this . . . "

    I also remain haunted by the wider truths that hide beneath the surface of the Murray case.

    This extra, disturbing information is what I discovered when writing my tribute memoir You Are Not Alone: Michael, Through A Brother's Eyes.

    I received some criticism for the timing of the book, but I not only wanted to document the truth about Michael as a human being, I wanted fans to understand what we, the family, have learned about what really happened at the This Is It rehearsals.

    It was here — behind the scenes and unseen in the official movie — that Michael's body first issued distress signals about the gradual poisoning by propofol.

    It was being administered to such an extent that it turned my brother's body toxic. He was, in effect, a dead man walking long before he died.

    Michael collapsed on stage, had to be helped up steps, half his body was hot and half was cold and he didn't even have the strength to lift a lightweight prop during a routine for Thriller.

    Something was seriously wrong, but a collective attitude of "the show must go on" prevailed. No doubt assisted by Murray's lies that Michael was in fine health.

    I think the story behind his decline in health and his treatment by certain people — topics that were never fully explored at trial because of the narrow scope of evidence — is troubling.

    From what eyewitnesses shared with me for the book, too many people kept their eye on the prize of a money-spinning concert and lost sight of the frail human being at its centre.

    Based on the dire condition Michael was in, This Is It should have been shut down by June 20. In other words, he was saveable long before June 25 when he died.

    For us as a family, this remains part of a wider neglect of Michael. It is within the arena of a wrongful death civil lawsuit against the concert promoter AEG which is where some wider truths will, I hope, be examined.

    The conviction and sentencing of Murray is the first step towards a greater justice.

    Nothing can bring Michael back. Nothing can change the meagre reality surrounding Murray's sentencing. But it is our duty to his memory to bring out the truth of what happened to him.

    Maybe then we'll start to feel better vindicated. Maybe then we'll feel less empty.

    Maybe then we'll be able to rest, knowing "truth" is sometimes the definition of true justice.

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/showbiz/bizarre/3968500/Jermaine-Jackson-I-hope-Conrad-Murray-is-haunted-by-what-hes-done.html


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    Писане by andeli on Чет Дек 15, 2011 7:51 pm

    Conrad Murray Under Tight Security: Lawyer

    LOS ANGELES — The doctor convicted of killing Michael Jackson is coping with tight security and isolation and remains optimistic that he will win an upcoming appeal, his civil attorney said Tuesday.

    Charles Peckham said sheriff's deputies appear to be subjecting Conrad Murray to more security than other inmates at Men's Central Jail and that the physician was left heavily shackled during their jailhouse meeting.

    "Treating him like Hannibal Lecter is offensive," Peckham said, referring to the fictional serial killer from popular books and films. A sheriff's officials defended the security measures, saying they were for Murray's safety.

    The attorney had to obtain a court order Tuesday to meet with Murray to discuss strategy on a wrongful death lawsuit filed by Jackson's father. Peckham said despite the judge's order, he was denied entry to the jail, but officials relented after speaking with the civil trial court handling the case.

    He said their initial 30-minute meeting was cut short when the jail was placed in lockdown, but Peckham said the time was enough to upset him and see that Murray's fortunes had dramatically changed.

    "This man who saved lives made a mistake, and they're going to him pay like a mass-murderer," Peckham said. The doctor spoke extensively to documentary filmmakers before his conviction, but few details of his life behind bars have been divulged.

    Murray "is a real target because of his notoriety and because of the Michael Jackson connection," sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore said. "We're just being extra cautious right now."

    He said jail officials will evaluate how to handle Murray's incarceration, but that he may not serve his whole sentence in isolation from other inmates. He noted that without a recent change in state law, Murray would be serving his term in state prison, not a county lockup.

    Peckham said Murray, who has been jailed since a jury convicted him of involuntary manslaughter on Nov. 7, is optimistic that an appellate court will grant an appeal on the case.

    Peckham's visit came hours after the physician, who was never paid the $150,000 a month he expected for serving as Jackson's personal physician, asked a court to provide a publicly funded attorney to handle his appeal because he is indigent.

    J. Michael Flanagan, who was one of Murray's criminal defense lawyers, agreed with Peckham's description. He said that when he visited Murray recently, four deputies escorted the physician into the meeting room and shackled him to a table.

    "He can't even scratch his nose," the attorney said. Flanagan said he saw another inmate who was charged with murder meet with his attorney without the same restrictive measures.

    "This is because of his notoriety," Whitmore said. "It's not so much the crime itself."

    Peckham said he didn't "think the sheriff's department is being anything but professional. I do however believe the amount of security for Dr. Murray is vastly out of proportion with the potential threat."

    He said Murray told him he appreciates the support and prayers he's received from former patients and friends.

    In the early days of his confinement, Murray was classified as suicidal in jail records, according to a probation report. Peckham said he saw no indications that the physician intended to take his own life and that he seemed to be in control of his mental health.

    Murray indicated in a two-page court filing Tuesday that he would rely on a court-funded attorney to help craft his appeal. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that felony convicts have a constitutional right to assistance of counsel.

    Flanagan and Murray's other criminal attorneys had sought to present evidence to jurors about Jackson's finances, details of his deal for a series of comeback concerts, and information about other doctors treating the pop superstar. But the judge refused and ruled the trial would be about Murray's care of the singer.

    The Houston-based doctor had been giving Jackson nightly doses of the powerful anesthetic propofol as a sleep aid. The drug is normally given in hospital settings with extensive monitoring equipment, but testimony showed Murray had only basic equipment and left Jackson's bedside on the morning of his death.

    Pastor has scheduled a hearing for Jan. 23 to decide whether to order Murray to pay any restitution to Jackson's family or reimburse them for funeral expenses, which totaled more than $1.8 million.

    Jackson's estate estimated the singer would have earned at least $100 million if he had performed his "This Is It" concerts planned for London's O2 arena.

    Murray will lose his medical license as a result of the conviction is upheld.

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    Judge denies bid for bail by Jackson doctor


    (02-24) 09:23 PST LOS ANGELES, (AP) --

    A Los Angeles judge has refused to release Michael Jackson's doctor on bail while he appeals his conviction for involuntary manslaughter in the pop star's death.

    Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor rejected Conrad Murray's bid for bail during a hearing Friday. Murray was not present.

    Pastor says Murray is a flight risk and would be a danger to society if he tries to practice medicine again.

    The judge says he was scared when he heard Murray say during a documentary interview that he thought it was permissible to give the anesthetic propofol in a home setting.

    Jackson died of an overdose of the drug in June 2009 while in Murray's care.

    THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. Check back soon for further information. AP's earlier story is below.

    With Michael Jackson's doctor in solitary confinement, his lawyer planned to implore a judge to release him on bail as the appeal of his involuntary manslaughter conviction winds its way through the courts.

    Attorney J. Michael Flanagan was to appear Friday to argue a motion he has filed saying that Conrad Murray should be released either on his own recognizance or on bail with an electronic monitoring ankle bracelet. Murray is in a Los Angeles County jail,

    He submitted a declaration from Valerie G. Wass, the lawyer handling Murray's appeal, who said she will present "at least one argument raising a substantial legal question" which could lead to reversal of Murray's conviction. If he remains jailed, they said, he could serve his entire sentence before the appeal is decided.

    Flanagan suggested that the four-year sentence imposed on Murray was excessive.

    "It is difficult to understand how a 58-year-old man with no prior record, who was convicted of one count of a crime that does not involve intended consequences or malice could be given an upper term sentence," he wrote in his motion.

    Murray actually turned 59 on Sunday.

    Prosecutors David Walgren and Deborah Brazil said in their reply motion that Murray was properly sentenced in the star's death and would be a flight risk and a danger to the community if released. They said he practiced "dangerous and experimental medicine" on Jackson leading to his death.

    Murray was convicted Nov. 7 of involuntary manslaughter after a trial focusing on use of the anesthetic propofol. Jackson died of an overdose of the drug in June 2009 while in Murray's care.

    Murray's four-year jail sentence is the highest penalty that could be imposed for that crime. Under current sentencing guidelines he will probably serve half of that term.

    Flanagan has said Murray knows he cannot work as a doctor but would find other employment. He said Murray is extremely sorrowful about Jackson's death.

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