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Dr. Conrad Murray

Goes to Pot

10/3/2011 5:30 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Conrad Murray
is still putting people to sleep -- only this time the "patients" are stoners who are buying the latest strain of marijuana -- named after the doc -- at California weed shops.   

The strain is being sold under the name, "Conrad Murray OG." One weed shop owner boasted, "It puts you to sleep ... for a really long time." 

As for whether Doc Murray will take legal action -- well, he's got bigger fish to fry.


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The difference is, the pot is legal.

1124 days ago

Gsharon 710    

With such ignorant doings and reporting, I'm wondering if the jury will has one sane, unbiased person. This pic can be made to go away, but the damage has been done. Hope he sues their ass so all they can afford to do is sleep.

1124 days ago


He probably smoked pot himself while treating(killing) poor Michael.

1124 days ago


Marijuana might have helped with Michael's insomnia...I wonder if Murray even tried natural, alternative solutions to chemicals.

1124 days ago


There is new breaking evidence what Conrad Murray was doing shortly on MJ's last day:

1124 days ago


As huge "Michael Jackson music" fan I'd close for good this doctor, these morrons who comment on TMZ, and some of you jurnalist like Rupert Murdoch, idiot Diana Dimond, prosecutor Tom Snnedon should be wanished etc. We lost good music, good dance. I cannot look this stupid Lady Gaga, Spears, who the hell is Katy Perry.. so ridiculous. There is no good music at all. Lost for everyone.

1124 days ago


What does "OG" stand for?

1124 days ago

The PMG    

HAHAHAHA, finally! Something on TMZ that was actually funny.

1124 days ago


Anything to make a $$. This is just stupid.

1124 days ago


Sick, and it IS NOT LEGAL. The state laws say ok, federal laws say no, federal supercedes state

1124 days ago

Bill Leslie    

drug addicts are sooooo funny.

1123 days ago


Michael Jackson's Fingerprints Not On Any Propofol BottlesMichael Jackson's Fingerprints Not On Any Propofol Bottles
Posted on Oct 03, 2011 @ 06:25AM print it send it
WENNBy Jen Heger
Radar Legal Editor

As Dr. Conrad Murray's involuntary manslaughter trial enters its second week, has exclusively learned that Michael Jackson's fingerprints were not found on any of the Propofol bottles.

Dr. Murray's lawyers contend that when the Houston-based cardiologist left the King of Pop briefly on the morning of June 25, 2009, he grabbed a bottle of the drug, ingested it, and then subsequently died.

Dr. Murray's attorney Ed Chernoff told the jury during opening statements that Jackson self-administered an extra dose of Propofol and Lorazepam creating "a perfect storm in his body, that killed him instantly...there was no CPR, nor doctor, no paramedic, no machine that was going to revive Michael Jackson. He died so rapidly, so instantly, he didn’t even have time to close his eyes."

PHOTOS: Key Players Of The Conrad Murray Trial

The defense might have a hard time convincing the jury of this, since there were no fingerprints of Jackson's found on any of the Propofol bottles. "Plain and simply, the Los Angeles Police Department didn't find any fingerprints of Michael Jackson's on ANY Propofol bottles or the Lorazepam bottles. There were no partial fingerprints of Michael's or any unknown prints on the medication bottles," a source close to the situation tells us.

It was a blistering week for Dr. Murray's defense team, as two paramedics, and the attending emergency room doctor all testified that at no point did Dr. Murray ever reveal that he had given Jackson Propofol. The first paramedic on the scene, Richard Senneff said that after Jackson was loaded into the ambulance, he went back up to the bedroom to quickly retrieve some medical equipment. The medic told the jury he saw Murray putting lidocaine vials into a bag.

The Jackson Family Arrive at Dr. Conrad Murray's Trial

Paramedic Martin Blount also took the stand and testified that when he arrived at Jackson's house, Dr. Murray appeared "agitated" and asked "for help."

Dr. Richelle Cooper, the emergency room doctor at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, who treated Jackson, told jurors on Friday that he was "clinically dead" on arrival. She will resume her testimony on Monday morning. will continue live streaming the trial, starting at 8:45am PT today.

1123 days ago


there should me an MJ strain, he was a huge drug addict. and anyone that says MJ wasnt a drug addict is just plain old DUMB

1123 days ago


Thanks Phantom. Very touching song "There Must Be More To Life Than This" by Michael and Freddy Mercury. Enjoyed the pics.

1123 days ago
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