A little over a year in a half, and here the American Justice system is only just beginning Dr. Murder’s trial.
I can’t help but be disgusted at that fact, because we all know what this trial will transform into. A further provider of fodder for shameless medialoids and tabloids alike. For today starts yet another media circus for Michael.
Unfortunately, we know this part of the story all too well; the minority seems to be those that will really understand who is on trial here, but all those haters and immoral sheep will more than likely ( and once again) put Michael’s life under the microscope of scrutiny. Of course, what is to expect from the culture that can’t accept their son as someone who was taken advantage of multiple times?
There’s no debating whether or not this trial and its coverage will leave more than a few bad tastes in our mouth. Whether we like it or not, the events of June 25, 2009 will be analyzed to the bone; and not only that but it wouldn’t be anything less than ordinary for aspects of Michael’s life irrelevant to the case to be brought up and sensationalized again.
Now, aside from the rant, the matter at hand is the prosecution of Dr. Murder.
As we know, it all comes down to the recklessness of Dr. Murder’s care. All we can do is pray that the jury will be able to pick up on the obvious truths, which may more than likely be shadowed by the bs of the defense. WE know a crime was committed. The only thing now is to determine the level of malice involved and putting Murder away.
Expert on Michael Jackson’s Death Predicts Dr. Murray will be Ordered Tuesday to Stand Trial
An expert on the use of propofol who has been interviewed by leading publications on the death of Michael Jackson is confident Dr. Conrad Murray will be ordered to stand trial at the Jan. 4 preliminary hearing in Los Angeles County Superior Court. “There is no question in my mind but that the prosecution will be able to establish probable cause that Dr. Murray should stand trial in the death of Michael Jackson,” predicts Dr. Barry Friedberg, M.D. and author of Getting Over Going Under: 5 Things You MUST Know Before Anesthesia
There is no question in my mind but that the prosecution will be able to establish probable cause that Dr. Murray should stand trial in the death of Michael Jackson Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 3, 2011
How will the Jackson family get justice for Michael’s death? Will they get justice if Dr. Conrad Murray is bound over for trial at Tuesday’s preliminary hearing January 4th at Los Angeles County Superior Court?
But will the Jackson family feel justice is obtained if Dr. Murray stands trial, is ultimately convicted, and sentenced to four years in prison?
Prominent anesthesiologist Dr. Friedberg, who has been quoted as a propofol expert in articles about Michael Jackson’s death in both People and Globe magazines, believes the kind of justice the Jackson family deserves will not result from Tuesday’s hearing or from a trial and sentencing.
Dr. Friedberg gives the following three reasons as support for why he’s convinced Dr. Murray will be ordered to stand trial at the preliminary hearing:
According to Dr. Murray’s own statements, he was not directly observing Jackson when the legendary pop singer stopped breathing.
No evidence of a pulse oximeter (a blood oxygen meter) was apparent in published pictures of Jackson’s bedroom.
A brain monitor could have measured the effects of propofol independently of the benzodiazepines also in his body, sparing Jackson from the unintentional over-medication with propofol that appeared to have caused his breathing to stop.
In his book, Dr. Friedberg writes: “Although he may not have intended to kill Jackson, Murray clearly caused Jackson’s death involuntarily. The only thing more reckless Murray could have done was taking Jackson up in an airplane and pushing him out without a parachute.”
The defense has raised red herrings about the propofol dosage Dr. Murray administered and about whether Michael self-administered, stresses Dr. Friedberg, but all those red herrings have nothing to do with the fundamental issue of physician responsibility.
Once again, it wouldn’t be anything short from ordinary for the media to try to recreate the circus similar to ’05. It’s to be expected that the immoral sheep we have as reporters will be creating sound bite after sound bite of what the defense says. Only reversed from 2005 where reporters ran out of the court room after the prosecution came up with a fabrication of the truth from a manifestation of their disgusting twisted minds.
It is up to us: to offer prayer for the strength of the Jackson family and for ourselves seeing that we will more than likely be tested by the media and their horrendous agenda(s). And not only that, but to remain faithful to Michael and his message just as many of us have throughout other tribulations in his life.
For here we are, about to embark on another chapter of the Legacy of Michael Jackson vs. the medialoids. Let the countdown to justice begin!