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Michael Jackson's Doctor


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Mar 3, 2009
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Law enforcement officials are considering charging Dr. Conrad Murray in the death of Michael Jackson. Apparently, the singer needed to be hooked up to an IV drip of Propofol (a powerful anesthetic) in order to fall asleep. When it was time to wake up, the drip was turned off. All this was done under the eyes of a physician.
It is a shame really. First of all, any proper physician wouldn't have giving their client such a strong drug. Secondly, all of the blame can't be just put on the doctor. Michael must have signed off on it.

I saw pictures of the doctor and he looks sketchy.
Considerably he can be charged of malpractice because the doctor was suppose to be checking hes patient, making sure that it will not do any harmful effect to he's patient. Its just bad that it was MJ that it happened. May you rest in peace MJ

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