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Conrad Murray

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10/28/2013 10:00 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Conrad Murray is a shadow of his former self, looking noticeably older and gray, as he chowed down on his first post-pokey meal -- IN-N-OUT!

Murray looked business casual after wearing standard issue orange for 2 years.  He was able to evade cameras as he left jail at 12:01 AM, thanks to the L.A. County Sheriff's Dept.

According to his receipt, the whole meal cost him $8.94, including two Double-Doubles, something he probably dreamed about for months.

For comparison's sake, here's Murray's mug shot from 2011, taken moments after he was convicted of manslaughtering Michael Jackson. The good doc looks a good 20 lbs lighter now.

Jail -- better than Jenny Craig.


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What I Think    

Halloween is right around the corner, folks. Don't forget to scare the pants off of any little boys who show up at your door trick or treating. MJ would have wanted it that way.

172 days ago


Penn State to pay $59.7 million in Sandusky child sex abuse settlement
Reuters – 2 hours 40 minutes ago
Former Penn State University assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky arrives at Centre County Court in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, June 11, 2012. REUTERS/Pat LittleView Photo
Former Penn State University assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky arrives at Centre County Court in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, June 11, 2012. REUTERS/Pat …
(Reuters) - Penn State has settled the bulk of claims by child sex abuse victims of Jerry Sandusky in a major step to move beyond a scandal that cost millions and upended a once legendary football program, the university said on Monday.
The university has agreed to pay $59.7 million to 26 men in the wake of the Sandusky's conviction in June 2012 for abuse, Penn State said on its website. Claims from six other men who said the former assistant football coach abused them as children have been rejected or may result in possible settlements, the school said.
"We hope this is another step forward in the healing process for those hurt by Mr. Sandusky, and another step forward for Penn State," University President Rodney Erickson said in a statement.
"We cannot undo what has been done, but we can and must do everything possible to learn from this and ensure it never happens again at Penn State," he added.
Sandusky, 69, was sentenced to 30 to 60 years in prison for abusing 10 boys over a 15-year period, in a case that tarnished the reputation of Penn State and its late football coach Joe Paterno, who lost his job for failing to report Sandusky to authorities.
"There is some sense of affirmation, but there remains the deep wounds and scars that are wide open and every day it's a struggle," said Jeff Anderson, a lawyer for the last two victims to accept the settlement.
The figure is close to the $60... million fine imposed by the NCAA - the equivalent of the annual gross revenue of the football program - along with other sanctions.
The victim settlement comes on top of $50 million already spent on fines, legal bills and other costs linked to the scandal that rocked the university after a grand jury indicted Sandusky in November 2011.
"No amount of money can restore the innocence that was taken from the victims. It's only because of their generosity and courage in speaking up that Sandusky was removed from his powerful position and children are safer," said the victim advocacy group Survivors of those Abused by Priests (SNAP).
The school said the settlement amounts will not be funded by student tuition, taxpayer funds or donations. The university maintains liability insurance policies it believes will cover the settlements.
Sandusky lost a bid earlier this month for a new trial.
Pennsylvania Superior Court Judge Jack Panella, writing for a three-judge appeals panel, rejected claims that defense attorneys were not given enough time to prepare, jury instructions were flawed and prosecutors made improper comments during the trial about Sandusky's decision not to testify.
Paterno, as head coach of the Penn State Nittany Lions, scored the most wins in major college football history until the NCAA stripped the team of more than 100 victories because of the scandal. Paterno died early last year at age 85.
Three former Penn State administrators, including the former president, Graham Spanier, have been criminally charged with conspiring to cover up the scandal.
(Reporting by Barbara Goldberg; Editing by Dina Kyriakidou, Will Dunham and Richard Chang)


hope Wade would not settle with MJ's Estate, he should air MJ's secrets and help Child sex abuse victims all over the world!!!

In and out of prison just like that, Conrad smiles and says: "Rabids, bite me!!!" as he raises his double double!!!

172 days ago


I'm sure Michael Jackson would have like to enjoy a Burger today with his children who miss him!!! Screw that murderer!!!

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Now is going to see his children, while MJ Kids dont have their father

172 days ago


Who is the man with the good doctor?

171 days ago


Great man should Rout in HELL for killing the King Of PoP... Two years for out of four .. Micheal will never be able to walk the street but this Prick can walk out of jail a free man.....

171 days ago


How I see it. Micheal and his management killed himself! Doctor Conrad was just the wrong time wrong place scapegoat. Enquirer magazine pointed out all these problems well before Murrays arrival in his fold. The National Enquirer even pinned it down to the exact time he was going to die! Micheal was a walking deadman. Just like Whitney. Wonder if they are ever going to bring charges on her suppliers or even Amy Winehouse's or maybe Cory's??? Drugs are drugs and if anything these suppliers are more dangerous than having a Doctor administer it. And people be real. Could you really see MJ going to the hospital to be sedated?? The man was allowed to have a damn Zoo and amusement park in his backyard. Why shouldn't he have his own clinic then too? Money has killed alot of people. And unfortunately this is just another one claimed by fame!

171 days ago


Murray paid the price for getting caught up in something that was much bigger than he realized. I hope he is able to make the rest of his life better. MJ took those drugs before Murray and many doctors gave him those drugs. Murray just got caught in the web.

171 days ago


WOW!!!! He has aged in two years....Kinda feel sorry for him.

171 days ago


Who gives a F*CK about his fast food receipt!!! What'd you do, dig it out of the garbage?? Stupid!!

171 days ago


You people took his receipt out of the trash can?? .......why??

171 days ago

Dose Of Reality    



Well Duckie, if you were consistent with your (and the other rabid stuperfans) version the the legal system, you'd have to accept that he did his time and deserves to be truly free. He has been rebilitated and done his time. And, if you were consistent with the twisted version of Christianity many of your rabid stuperfriends like to spew forth as the one true word, you would forgive him.

Forgive him for giving MJ the drugs, that he asked for, night after night for weeks. Sure, he had plenty of chances to say no but so did MJ. The AEG lawsuit because no one could even conceive of MJ not wanting the drugs or being forced to take them.

Then again, MJ himself could not even force himself to deny that he loved sharing his bed with pubescent boys from troubled homes.

Who's responsible for MJ's death?
Michael Jackson, above all else.
Did you fans forgive him for leaving "his kids" because he couldn't resist his addiction?
I'm sure you did. Forgive Conrad Murray.

170 days ago


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Guess Who Is Going Trick Or Treating With His Kids??

Dr. Conrad Murray

Guess Who Is NOT Going Trick Or Treating With His Kids??

Michael Jackson.

Te Hehe


170 days ago
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