Michael Jackson’s former personal physician Conard Murray was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter of the King of Pop due to acute Propofol intoxication in June 2009. Murray faces now up to four years in prison, or even house arrest in case of prison overcrowding.
Jackson’s family were at the court to hear the verdict, apart from his sister Janet Jackson, who is currently on tour in Australia and his three children, Paris, Michael, and Blanket. Michael’s mother Catherine, who is the legal guardian of the three children, said that even though nothing can bring their son back to life, but they couldn’t stop themselves from crying after they finally got justice for Michael.
Finally after this trial, it was sadly known that prescribed medications is the first cause of death in the United States of America this year, and particularity in Los Angeles where the Jackson’s will launch their own medical campaign soon.
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