Michael Jackson's kids slated to test...

Michael Jackson's kids slated to testify at trial

There are 176 comments on the New York Daily News story from Mar 30, 2013, titled Michael Jackson's kids slated to testify at trial. In it, New York Daily News reports that:

Michael Jackson's children, left to right: Prince Michael Jackson II , Paris and Prince Michael I. The two oldest will testify in the upcoming wrongful death trial brought about by a lawsuit by their grandmother, Katherine.

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Vulva Driver

Sydney, Australia

#61 Apr 9, 2013
Jermaine 7 wrote:
<quoted text>You a little confused? She meant...how bout Murray coming to your door...gonna let him in?
Why would he come to my door? That doesn't make sense.

ononothimagin

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#62 Apr 9, 2013
"Conrad Murray may be a convicted felon, but his days as a doctor aren't necessarily over—not by a long shot.

Jennifer Simoes, a spokeswoman for the Medical Board of California, tells E! News exclusively that the disgraced cardiologist—now reduced to practicing push-ups in a Los Angeles County jail after he was found guilty Monday of involuntary manslaughter in Michael Jackson's death—could apply to get his medical license reinstated.

While Murray's medical license was temporarily suspended in January after the pretrial, per the spokeswoman, the medical board has not yet begun official proceedings to yank his license to practice in California. Instead, she says the Medical Board will wait until after Murray's sentencing on Nov. 29 to convene administrative hearings on the matter.

"Once the sentencing takes place, we don't have to prove he has committed a crime because he was convicted, so then we have to investigate whether this crime was substantially related to the practice of medicine," Simoes tells E! News.

Simoes adds that even though this is a high-profile case, the Medical Board will still hold its own hearing on the facts. Murray could then participate via phone (that is, if jailhouse guidelines allow) or have his attorney appear on his behalf. He could also just bypass the medical board investigation altogether and agree to surrender his license.

"Regardless if he is incarcerated or not, we go through our normal enforcement process—and there are a lot of outcomes that could happen," states Simoes.

According to the spokeswoman, an administrative law judge will hear the matter then issue a "proposed decision." Then the medical board will make the final call as to whether to strip Murray permanently or not.

Simoes says if the California board decides to do so than that information would be put in a national database, adding that "many states will take action based on another state."

As Murray still has an active medical license in Texas, that could certainly put a damper on things once he gets out of the joint.

But just because California decides to take away Murray's licenses, Simoes notes, there is nothing that prohibits a physician from applying for reinstatement after three years.

"It would be up to the board to determine whether or not they would want to do that," Simoes tells E! News. "It would have to be granted against the same board that took action against his license."

- http://www.eonline.com

ononothimagin

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#63 Apr 9, 2013
Once again, MJ fans only know what they think they know.

ononothimagin

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#64 Apr 9, 2013
I read somewhere that Murray was getting released in October.

This document says, "November 29th."

It's clear Conrad Murray's life will never be the same but I doubt if he'll roll over and die. After MJ died, he briefly returned to his practice in Houston, Texas. He attended to loyal patients who continued to support him, despite the bad press and death threats he had received.

Several patients and the pastor of his church greeted him when he pulled up at the Armstrong Medical Clinic, with one church member holding up a handwritten sign that read “Welcome Back.”

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#65 Apr 9, 2013
Vulva Driver wrote:
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Why would he come to my door? That doesn't make sense.
Are you really that thick?

ononothimagin

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#66 Apr 9, 2013
Apparently it's a tradition in Wales to pounce on the first suspect you run across and pronounce him GUILTY!!

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#67 Apr 9, 2013
ononothimagin wrote:
"Conrad Murray may be a convicted felon, but his days as a doctor aren't necessarily over—not by a long shot.
Jennifer Simoes, a spokeswoman for the Medical Board of California, tells E! News exclusively that the disgraced cardiologist—now reduced to practicing push-ups in a Los Angeles County jail after he was found guilty Monday of involuntary manslaughter in Michael Jackson's death—could apply to get his medical license reinstated.
While Murray's medical license was temporarily suspended in January after the pretrial, per the spokeswoman, the medical board has not yet begun official proceedings to yank his license to practice in California. Instead, she says the Medical Board will wait until after Murray's sentencing on Nov. 29 to convene administrative hearings on the matter.
"Once the sentencing takes place, we don't have to prove he has committed a crime because he was convicted, so then we have to investigate whether this crime was substantially related to the practice of medicine," Simoes tells E! News.
Simoes adds that even though this is a high-profile case, the Medical Board will still hold its own hearing on the facts. Murray could then participate via phone (that is, if jailhouse guidelines allow) or have his attorney appear on his behalf. He could also just bypass the medical board investigation altogether and agree to surrender his license.
"Regardless if he is incarcerated or not, we go through our normal enforcement process—and there are a lot of outcomes that could happen," states Simoes.
According to the spokeswoman, an administrative law judge will hear the matter then issue a "proposed decision." Then the medical board will make the final call as to whether to strip Murray permanently or not.
Simoes says if the California board decides to do so than that information would be put in a national database, adding that "many states will take action based on another state."
As Murray still has an active medical license in Texas, that could certainly put a damper on things once he gets out of the joint.
But just because California decides to take away Murray's licenses, Simoes notes, there is nothing that prohibits a physician from applying for reinstatement after three years.
"It would be up to the board to determine whether or not they would want to do that," Simoes tells E! News. "It would have to be granted against the same board that took action against his license."
- http://www.eonline.com
Why would he get his license back? He left his patient alone in a room to die and then tried to cover it up? My God..the man does not even know how to do CPR....

“at yet more f'loonspin”

Since: Aug 11

I live far away from f'loons

#70 Apr 9, 2013
smilemjj wrote:
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Are you really that thick?
No, but you are.

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#71 Apr 9, 2013
Len is Disgusted wrote:
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No, but you are.
Do you always side with Inda?

ononothimagin

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#72 Apr 9, 2013
Jermaine 7 wrote:
<quoted text>Why would he get his license back? He left his patient alone in a room to die and then tried to cover it up? My God..the man does not even know how to do CPR....
Maybe he shouldn't.

I'm not the one to make that decision.

Personally, I don't care.

ononothimagin

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#73 Apr 9, 2013
All I'm saying is that you fans will continue to alienate yourselves from the rest of the world when you insist that big evil murderer Conrad Murray is disgraced and will never be a doctor again and that decision hasn't even been made yet.

One day, you'll have to let it go.

The rest of the world just doesn't think the way you guys do.
Vulva Driver

Sydney, Australia

#74 Apr 9, 2013
smilemjj wrote:
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Are you really that thick?
Humor me. Why would he come to my door??

ononothimagin

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#75 Apr 9, 2013
You guys need to take it down off the hysterical level and stop letting your emotions do your thinking for you if you hope the rest of us will get on the same page you're on.

This is a case of a rich, famous, addicted entertainer that hired a doctor to order drugs he wouldn't be able to and it went too far.

It's NOT a big wicked "conspiracy" to murder your precious angel.

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#76 Apr 9, 2013
Vulva Driver wrote:
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Humor me. Why would he come to my door??
you are friends right?

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#77 Apr 9, 2013
ononothimagin wrote:
You guys need to take it down off the hysterical level and stop letting your emotions do your thinking for you if you hope the rest of us will get on the same page you're on.
This is a case of a rich, famous, addicted entertainer that hired a doctor to order drugs he wouldn't be able to and it went too far.
It's NOT a big wicked "conspiracy" to murder your precious angel.
hysterical...he let him die...he did not call 911 until 2 hours later...ahhhhhhhhhhhh...
Vulva Driver

Sydney, Australia

#78 Apr 9, 2013
Jermaine 7 wrote:
<quoted text>you are friends right?
I was talking to the organ grinder, not the monkey.

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#82 Apr 9, 2013
Vulva Driver wrote:
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I was talking to the organ grinder, not the monkey.
Put the lime in the coconut...call the doctor..wake him up....

ononothimagin

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#84 Apr 9, 2013
Jermaine 7 wrote:
<quoted text>hysterical...he let him die...he did not call 911 until 2 hours later...ahhhhhhhhhhhh...
Don't like "hysterical?"

Try "angry," then.

Whatever you call it, it's makes you fans sound like a "cult." Cults usually aren't good things. They're run by zealous fanatics. Do you like being at odds with over half the world's population? The whole world will never see things the way you high strung zealots do.

Sorry `bout that.

ononothimagin

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#85 Apr 9, 2013
You're gonna have to let it go someday, man.

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#86 Apr 9, 2013
Vulva Driver wrote:
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I was talking to the organ grinder, not the monkey.
Arrogant racist bully.

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