Dr. Michael Jackson, where have you been?


Dr. Michael Jackson, where are you?

Michael Jackson began his career as a performer at the age of six.

Throughout his illustrious career, the “King of Pop” was a force to be reckoned with, winning 13 Grammy Awards and receiving 38 nominations.

Jackson’s signature moonwalk became an international sensation.

People continue to dance in the streets to Michael Jackson’s megahit “Thriller.”

Jackson died in 2009 after receiving a lethal dose of drugs from his personal physician, Dr. Michael Jackson.

Murray, Conrad.

The controversial doctor was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter and charged.

Take a look at where he is now, after more than a decade.

In May 2009, AEG Live, according to the BBC, hired Dr.

Murray will serve as Jackson’s personal physician during his 50-city concert residency in London, This Is It.

He was reportedly promised a monthly salary of (dollar)150,000 to keep the performer healthy for the comeback tour.

The pop culture icon was unable to perform on the London stage.

On June 25, 2009, at his Los Angeles home, the 50-year-old passed away.

His death was determined to be a homicide.

According to the LA Times, Murray gave Jackson a lethal dose of drugs.

It included the anesthetic propofol, as well as pain relievers and sedatives.

Jackson died of a heart attack.

Prosecutors claimed that after accepting the job with Jackson, the doctor purchased five bottles of propofol in Las Vegas.

Murray was arrested in February 2010 and charged with involuntary manslaughter. He was released on $70,000 bail.

His medical license had not yet been revoked at the time.

Murray did not attempt CPR and failed to inform first responders that he had given Jackson anesthetic, according to court records obtained by the BBC.

As the judicial process dragged on, the Grenada native maintained his innocence.

The televised trial began in September 2011 as witnesses revealed repeated negligence.


Murray was found guilty in November 2011 and sentenced to four years in prison by a jury. Steven Shafer claimed Murray “made 17 flagrant violations when administering the drug to Jackson.”

Murray was released from the Los Angeles Men’s Central Jail early in 2013, after only serving two years.

“We hope he can never practice medicine again and will not violate his Hippocratic oath and harm another patient,” Jackson’s mother said, according to the BBC.

As reported by Inside Edition…

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