Conrad Murray denied house arrest

Conrad Murray denied house arrest

There are 12 comments on the Musicrooms.net story from Oct 12, 2012, titled Conrad Murray denied house arrest. In it, Musicrooms.net reports that:

The physician is serving four years for the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson - who died of acute Propofol intoxication in 2009 - and was hoping to be transferred home and monitored under an electronic tag, but his lawyer, Valerie Wass, says the Sherriff's department won't allow him.

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#1 Oct 12, 2012
So old Murray has got to stay in his castle..lol...good for him..

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#2 Oct 12, 2012
He still thinks he's not guilty....

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#3 Oct 12, 2012
smilemjj wrote:
He still thinks he's not guilty....
Yeah..he is so self absorbed..he thinks he has done nothin wrong..
ChasUGC

Long Beach, CA

#4 Oct 13, 2012
Jermaine 7 wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah..he is so self absorbed..he thinks he has done nothin wrong..
I know, huh? Can you imagine, killing someone with experimental medical techniques, and then thinking that you've done nothing wrong?

Doing things that you know were very dangerous, like, not having the proper monitoring equipment to immediately alarm you if your patient is in distress, leaving the room to talk to your mistresses, using a dangerous anesthetic for a mere sleep disorder outside a hospital setting, and thinking that you did nothing wrong?

I think Murray is as delirious as these haterz here. These haterz think they are doing nothing wrong by constantly saying cruel, horrible things about a deceased and loved family member. At least if Michael were alive, he could defend himself or possibly sue these fools for slander and trying to ruin his image.

These haterz even find this sickening behavior cause for humor.
It's similar to that incident where Reginald Denny had that rock thrown at his head and the kid who did it, jumped around pointing and laughing. This is similar to the sick behavior going on here.

It's childish, juvenile, with clearly racist motivations.

But, back to Murray...I think he should have got a much stiffer punishment. He swore to do no harm. Personally, I would have an eye for an eye. He should have got life for taking a life.

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#5 Oct 13, 2012
ChasUGC wrote:
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I know, huh? Can you imagine, killing someone with experimental medical techniques, and then thinking that you've done nothing wrong?
Doing things that you know were very dangerous, like, not having the proper monitoring equipment to immediately alarm you if your patient is in distress, leaving the room to talk to your mistresses, using a dangerous anesthetic for a mere sleep disorder outside a hospital setting, and thinking that you did nothing wrong?
I think Murray is as delirious as these haterz here. These haterz think they are doing nothing wrong by constantly saying cruel, horrible things about a deceased and loved family member. At least if Michael were alive, he could defend himself or possibly sue these fools for slander and trying to ruin his image.
These haterz even find this sickening behavior cause for humor.
It's similar to that incident where Reginald Denny had that rock thrown at his head and the kid who did it, jumped around pointing and laughing. This is similar to the sick behavior going on here.
It's childish, juvenile, with clearly racist motivations.
But, back to Murray...I think he should have got a much stiffer punishment. He swore to do no harm. Personally, I would have an eye for an eye. He should have got life for taking a life.
He deserves a lifetime in prison for what he did..and then to try and cover it up. At least if he showed remorse..but he has none. He does not care what he did..he blames MJ. He was the doctor.Let the haters support Murray..I'll bet not a one of them would have him as their doc. I do not have an ounce of sympathy for him...let him stay in his mainline joint.

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#6 Oct 14, 2012
Murray can't wait to get out of prison to live the high life with his hit payment.

Murray is a drug dealer and a hit man.

“I don't have to prove anything”

Since: Aug 12

cuz, I know MJ was guilty

#7 Oct 14, 2012
Dr. Murray treated thousands of patients and had an impeccable reputation in medical practice. It was only when he got involved with Wackson that things turned sour. These Wackson fans want to blame everybody else for Wackson's problems. Sure it's easy to say that Dr. Murray should have never gotten involved and administered this drug to Wackson, but Wackson was a master at convincing people to do stupid things. After all, he convinced many parents to allow their children to spend hundreds of nights in his unsupervised bed. If Wackson was capable of doing that then convincing a doctor to administer a powerful hospital grade anesthetic was an easy task for someone as devious as Wackson.

“I don't have to prove anything”

Since: Aug 12

cuz, I know MJ was guilty

#8 Oct 14, 2012
Truth will always prevail and Dr. Murray will be vindicated.

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#9 Oct 14, 2012
Jermaine 666 wrote:
Truth will always prevail and Dr. Murray will be vindicated.
Murray is guilty of killing a man.

“X's and O's”

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#10 Oct 14, 2012
smilemjj wrote:
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Murray is guilty of killing a man.
True, a man who paid top dollar to get the drugs he so desperately wanted and, in the end, paid the ultimate price.
shock

New York, NY

#11 Oct 14, 2012
Jermaine 666 wrote:
Dr. Murray treated thousands of patients and had an impeccable reputation in medical practice. It was only when he got involved with Wackson that things turned sour. These Wackson fans want to blame everybody else for Wackson's problems. Sure it's easy to say that Dr. Murray should have never gotten involved and administered this drug to Wackson, but Wackson was a master at convincing people to do stupid things. After all, he convinced many parents to allow their children to spend hundreds of nights in his unsupervised bed. If Wackson was capable of doing that then convincing a doctor to administer a powerful hospital grade anesthetic was an easy task for someone as devious as Wackson.
he treated thousands of patients but he missed you. how could that have happened? witchdoctor murray usually gets his man.
Jina Wild

Nottingham, UK

#12 Oct 14, 2012
ChasUGC wrote:
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These haterz even find this sickening behavior cause for humor.
It's similar to that incident where Reginald Denny had that rock thrown at his head and the kid who did it, jumped around pointing and laughing..
I was at a Gay Pride event this summer and do-gooder Bible bashers gatecrashed and tried to spoil it by holding prayer meetings in its midst, so somebody threw water bombs at them. That was funny, and we all jumped around pointing and laughing.

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