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Murray's Patients: Manslaughter Shmanslaughter

2/11/2010 8:14 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Dr. Conrad MurrayOne involuntary manslaughter charge later ... and Dr. Conrad Murray's patients in Las Vegas still can't wait to put their lives in his hands.

One of his patients -- Marietta Lewis -- claims Dr. Murray is responsible for saving her life, and she told us, "I made sure to call and have my name added to his patient wait list, so that when he comes back, I will still be under his care."

Well he's back ... Dr. Murray was photographed going into his Las Vegas office yesterday, just two days after he was freed on $75,000 bail.

We also spoke with Robert Day, who said he called Dr. Murray's office on Monday -- the day he pled not guilty in the Michael Jackson death case -- to schedule an appointment for today.

Luckily for them, Propofol injections are not an option -- because as part of the terms of Dr. Murray's freedom, he isn't allowed to administer anyone with powerful anesthetics.


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27. Probably those people don't feel they have anywhere else to go and his demeanor is so friendly and soft-spoken, they are making up excuses for him. They are convincing themselves that he made an honest, tragic mistake when administering propofol to Michael Jackson, instead of being grossly negligent and incompetent, which is the truth.

Posted at 1:32AM on Feb 11th 2010 by A.B.


Hello A.B.

I believe what you say is true. A so called "nice" person does necessarily make a good Dr. If he saved anyones life it was most likely by pure luck or with the help of other medical personnal. He obviously did not know what he was doing as far as trying to save Michael.

Here is a video of his medical office in Texas. Does not look like any place I would want to go.

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I am really surprised to know that he has been bailed so soon. I am cent percent sure Murray is definitely guilty and he should be behind the bar.

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Michael Jackson Will Be A Part Of ‘We Are The World’ Remake

"The late Michael Jackson will appear in the 25th anniversary remake of “We Are The World,” Access Hollywood has learned.

Lionel Richie and Quincy Jones, who, along with Michael, masterminded the original version in 1985, told Access’ Shaun Robinson on Wednesday that the King of Pop’s original vocals and footage would be used in the song and video. Michael will appear posthumously in a split-screen with sister Janet Jackson joining him.

“To have Michael’s presence singing his part is the best gift we could ever get,” Lionel said. “His original image and him seeing his part.”

Lionel called the duet with Janet “magical.”

“She’s singing with Mike,” Lionel said. “It was all put together with fabulous choreography. It’s magical.”

The request came straight from Katherine Jackson, Michael’s mother, herself, the pair told Access."

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Michael & Janet Jackson Duet in We Are the World

"Less than 48 hours before “We Are the World 25″ premieres on the Olympics, I can tell you that the finished version has a duet of sorts with Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson.

It comes at the midpoint of the Quincy Jones produced record. Just like in the original versio from 1985, Michael sings the bridge, with Janet joining in. The vocal and the video of Michael are taken from the original version of the record. On the new video, Michael’s image pops up from the old video, followed by Janet’s from the new one.

“It’s very emotional,” says an insider. The finished version was played today in its entirety just for the production staff.

I am told that leads and single lines are heard from Barbra Streisand, Celine Dion, Natalie Cole, Kanye West, Gladys Knight, Miley Cyrus, Lil Wayne, and T Pain. Apparently there’s a smash solo vocal by Pink. Justin Bieber, 15, sings the opening lines.

A three minute version will be heard during the Olympics. Following that, a longer version will be available on ITunes.

More importantly, the new website for the single has gone live at And the group has already made a deal with You Tube for a channel so that donors can see their money at work in Haiti. Director Paul Haggis’s crew will be posting clips constantly of World25 putting the money to good use."

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Mimi - thanks for the link!

I wish more people will take a closer look at Dr Murray.

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Because he is Dr. Feelgood. If you were a junkie would you drop your supplier just because they might have gotten in trouble with the law? He is there link to the drugs. Its that simple.

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Tammy L.M.    

Anybody that wants to support a murdering SOB like he is, they deserve to have a Dr. like that. I hope they wind up his next victims.

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Big Mouth Joe will TELL ALL    

I am sure he was a GOOD Dr. and being a cardiologist he probably did save a lot of lives. However whether he saved the lives of 1 or 100 people don't change the fact that he KILLED a patient by putting his oath aside and deciding to put "fame" and 150,000 grand a month first, and drugging his patient to his death!! This is the exact reason why so many Dr.s get away with this stuff cause you have people like this who will always justify their actions and only blame the "addicted patient".

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This is a warning if anyone go's and sees' this guy you better have your life insurnace up to date becaues you may not walk out of his office a live. If you don't walk alive and he ask's to be paid tell him you'll pay him when your hunch brother straightens out.

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These are people Dr, murray has known for years..You guys think new people are going to go to him? heck no!

I really love it how you haters keep calling MJ a drug addict when the man had legitimate health problems..try being a 50 year old man with chronic insomia and lupus with arthritis and inflamed lungs doing a 50 concert tour.

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stupid people..Im kinda hoping one of them dies too..

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Gone too soon    

Something is v-e-r-y strange in all this.
Okey, Dr. Murray has been a doctor for years. If he is stupid enough to do CPR on a bed PLUS leave a person under Propofol alone and unmonitored - then there must have been loads of malpractice earlier on. Maybe not bad enough for anyone to sue, but still.

Where are all those patients? Why doesn´t anyone come out and tell their story??! They´d get paid for it. And it would sure feel good!

But, no. Which means he suddenly became sloppy when he met Michael. Who was to be his golden nugget...finally all the dollars would be rolling in, so logically the last thing he would have wished for was that Michael would die.

See, there is something wrong with this story. Very wrong.

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It's amazing what you can get away with when you have sad ole puppy dog eyes and lumber around like a big doofus.

For Pete's sake, you and I or your neighbor next door are capable of "saving a life" even without a medical background. His "loyal" patients would be singing a different tune if it had been their lives affected by his incompetence.

Bottom line is that this "doctor" can be bought, he is weak in ethics and morals and was negligent in his duties. He has too many children that he cannot support, he is unable to pay for his medical education, he is unable to pay for his medical equipment.

I strongly believe that, should he walk away from these charges, he will do it again. This is a man that is more interested in money than he is about keeping true to his profession.

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A GOOD doctor would know how to correctly perform CPR.

A GOOD doctor would know how to correctly monitor their patient.

A GOOD doctor would not be on the phone while the patient lay dying.

A GOOD doctor would have immediately called 911.

A GOOD doctor would have supplied the correct info to the paramedics and hospital staff so that Michael may have been saved.

A GOOD doctor would have just said NO to begin with.

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