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This just in: Witness alleges that Michael Jackson's doctor collected drug vials before calling 911


Conrad Murray arrives at the Airport Courthouse in Los Angeles for his Feb. 8 arraignment. (Toby Canham/Getty Images)

California authorities are seeking to take away the license of Michael Jackson's physician, now awaiting trial in connection with his death. State Attorney General Jerry Brown filed court papers Tuesday to stop Conrad Murray from practicing medicine as part of the terms of his bail. This move came a day after the Associated Press obtained documents showing that a Jackson security guard told investigators that the doctor delayed calling 911 while he collected drug vials from the scene.

By The Reliable Source  |  March 24, 2010; 1:00 AM ET
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There's a new documentary on the way called "Gone Too Soon" and it will look at MJ's final days. I'm sure it will talk about Dr. Murray's involvement with Michael's death. I wonder what it will say.

Posted by: fnnov11 | March 25, 2010 2:45 PM | Report abuse

According to this account, the Atty Gen's office acted terribly late. Murray's license should have been pulled long ago. It's hard to believe that the AG did not have access to the documents referred to that were obtained by the AP after the terms of Murray's bail were spelled out. However, this article infers the fact that when the AP obtained these documents, then AG finally acted. This just shows how powerful the press can be thus the reason why people who know the truth regarding the false allegations about Michael Jackson have been outraged towards the press and rightly so because facts were not presented. In this case, Murray will try to blame the victim, Michael Jackson, as a get out of jail free card to support the flagrant crime in the murder the greatest poet of this generation. Murray may try and say that his medical license permitted him to administer Propofol. Yet a 100ml bottle was found in the closet punctured with a shunt, not a needle, which the prosecution will determine in court. Whether the vile was found in the closet, on the floor, on the bed, it matters not. There was no pump to regulate the amount, and 2.5 ml puts a person under for major surgery. So now that this evidence is out in the open, it should be obvious the charges have risen to the level of 2nd murder, and maybe, if probed further, perhaps even murder in the first. Who was responsible for paying Murray over 100K per month? Not Mr. Jackson. Who and why was his situation taken advantage of knowing what the outcome would be?

Posted by: truthnhonor | March 26, 2010 3:01 PM | Report abuse

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