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Re: Michael Jackson Trial

Sorry to bring her up, but I believe if Florida had not overcharged Casey Anthony she may have been convicted as well.

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Old 11-07-2011, 05:37 PM
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Conrad did the kids of this world a favour, he deserves a medal...just saying.

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Old 11-07-2011, 05:39 PM
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Casey Anthony another fucking danger to kids.

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Michael Jackson's private doctor Conrad Murray was found guilty today of killing the King of Pop.
Dr Conrad Murray was led out of court in handcuffs after being remanded without bail to await his sentencing on November 29
The 58-year-old cardiologist faces up to four years behind bars after the jury at Los Angeles Superior Court convicted him of involuntary manslaughter.



Wearing a grey pin-striped suit and a blue tie, Murray looked stunned as the jury's decision was read out after two days and ten hours of deliberations.
Just as he has through most of the trial, Murray remained stoic as Judge Michael Pastor dismissed an appeal for him to be released on bail pending his sentencing hearing.
A sheriff's deputy leaned over while Murray sat at the defence table and handcuffed him before leading him out of the court to the cells.
Jackson's sister, La Toya screamed out when the verdict was read out and her older sister, Rebbie held her head in her hands.



Randy was closest to the jury and 17 members of Jackson family in all were sitting in the court. He massaged mother, Katherine's shoulders as she cried after the verdict was read out.

Outside the court, hundreds of Jackson fans cheered when they heard the verdict.
Judge Pastor said Murray's 'reckless conduct' meant he was a danger to the public.
Leaving the court, Jermaine Jackson said: 'Justice was served, but it wasn't enough time. Michael is with us.'
Sister LaToya, wiping back tears, added: 'Thank you America, thank you everyone. Everybody was wonderful. Michael loves everybody. He was in that courtroom with us - that's why justice was served.
Older sister Rebbe said: I am just happy it's all over. Nothing will bring Michael back but I am just happy that he was found guilty.'
Prosecutor David Walgren thanked the 'diligent' jury. 'Our sympathies go out to the Jackson for the loss they have suffered. Not as a pop icon but as a son and a brother,' he added.
Prosecutors said the conviction meant Murray would automatically lose his medical licence.
LaToya Jackson later tweeted 'VICTORY.'
Murray's lawyers said they weren't planning to make any official statement after the hearing, but Ed Chernoff said he was 'not shocked' at the verdict.
He said he was planning to request another bail hearing to try and get Murray released while he awaits his November 29 sentencing.
Murray's mother and his girlfriend, former exotic dancer Nicole Alvarez, refused to comment outside the court.
Murray nodded to them before being led off to jail.
The verdict came after nearly 50 witnesses, 22 days of testimony and less than two days of deliberation by a jury of seven men and five women.
Announcing the verdict, the judge thanked the jurors for their civic duty.
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Convicted of involuntary manslaughter, Conrad Murray now faces a sentence of up to four years in prison. Below are some of the factors:
-Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor would receive a probation department report on Murray recommending a sentence. Both prosecution and defence lawyers also file recommendations. But the final decision is his and his alone.
-Judge Pastor can consider that Murray is a defendant with no prior criminal record, a circumstance that might mitigate in favor of probation.
-Because of AB109, a recent California prison realignment bill, Murray probably would not go to state prison. If given a prison sentence, he would most likely serve it in the county jail because of prison overcrowding. There has been speculation that he would be allowed to serve a term of house arrest.
-The penal code calls for a convicted defendant to be sentenced in 20 days, but he can waive that time while his lawyers prepare a motion for a new trial and an appeal. He could remain free on bail during that period.
-Murray will lose his medical license

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Well I am sure that Conrad Murray is probably glad that the trial is over with by now. He was starting to look pretty fed up with it all

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Thanks for all your efforts in making this thread with all the updates pic and vids Kelly :)

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This whole thing is set up and media hyped because the public wants someone to be guilty of the death of this idiot freak...fuck him.

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and what's the shit with the cuffing?

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I'm so so happy that Conrad Murray was found guilty! I got all teary when thelady read the verdict. Even though he probably won't go to prison and will probably only spend 2 years under house arrest, it actually felt like Justice had been served for a while

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