Conrad Murray's Doctrin' Career enters 10-3-39

Conrad Murray's Doctrin' Career enters 10-3-39

Post by DanS » Wed, 09 Nov 2011 06:22:04


guilty
--
Yours,
Dan S.
 
 
 

Conrad Murray's Doctrin' Career enters 10-3-39

Post by xyzz » Wed, 09 Nov 2011 06:51:37


Quote:
> guilty

From what I saw on the news (acknowledging it may not be everything
the jury saw), it would have been pretty hard to conclude otherwise.

It's pretty bad when the defense's own expert witness admits on the
stand basically "hell no I would never have done what Dr. Murray did"

 
 
 

Conrad Murray's Doctrin' Career enters 10-3-39

Post by Starcad » Wed, 09 Nov 2011 09:17:54


Quote:

> > guilty

> From what I saw on the news (acknowledging it may not be everything
> the jury saw), it would have been pretty hard to conclude otherwise.

> It's pretty bad when the defense's own expert witness admits on the
> stand basically "hell no I would never have done what Dr. Murray did"

And that basically now leads to the other question.

Yes, he was technically guilty of "involuntary manslaughter".

But what it means, five by five, is that Michael Jackson was ***ed,
and his doctor had a hand in it.

WHY?

And I think that answer is going to get REAL ***ING UGLY.

Mike

 
 
 

Conrad Murray's Doctrin' Career enters 10-3-39

Post by Dennis » Wed, 09 Nov 2011 23:43:41


for crying out loud. Who knows what's happened to his brain? Maybe
it's scrambled his molecules...

Quote:


>> > guilty

>> From what I saw on the news (acknowledging it may not be everything
>> the jury saw), it would have been pretty hard to conclude otherwise.

>> It's pretty bad when the defense's own expert witness admits on the
>> stand basically "hell no I would never have done what Dr. Murray did"

>And that basically now leads to the other question.

>Yes, he was technically guilty of "involuntary manslaughter".

>But what it means, five by five, is that Michael Jackson was ***ed,
>and his doctor had a hand in it.

>WHY?

>And I think that answer is going to get REAL ***ING UGLY.

>Mike

it's easy, Michael was an ***, the Doc was his Slave... the only
way to quit being his doc was to have Michael die...
--

"Its been so difficult to get out of this recession because of the disequilibrium in the real economy." -- Paul Volcker
"Education is the progressive discovery of our own Ignorance" Will Durant
"One can't have a sense of perspective without a sense of Humor" -- Wayne Thiboux
"the Glass is not only half full, it has been delicious so far!!" -- ME
To reply, SCRAPE off the end bits.

 
 
 

Conrad Murray's Doctrin' Career enters 10-3-39

Post by Jim Brow » Thu, 10 Nov 2011 00:39:24


Quote:


> > > guilty

> > From what I saw on the news (acknowledging it may not be everything
> > the jury saw), it would have been pretty hard to conclude otherwise.

> > It's pretty bad when the defense's own expert witness admits on the
> > stand basically "hell no I would never have done what Dr. Murray did"

> And that basically now leads to the other question.

> Yes, he was technically guilty of "involuntary manslaughter".

> But what it means, five by five, is that Michael Jackson was ***ed,
> and his doctor had a hand in it.

> WHY?

> And I think that answer is going to get REAL ***ING UGLY.

> Mike

The Cabal?
 
 
 

Conrad Murray's Doctrin' Career enters 10-3-39

Post by Starcad » Thu, 10 Nov 2011 04:41:10


Quote:
> The Cabal?

Far worse than the BCS Cabal, if you believe that possible.

Mike

 
 
 

Conrad Murray's Doctrin' Career enters 10-3-39

Post by Starcad » Thu, 10 Nov 2011 04:40:46


Quote:
> it's easy, Michael was an ***, the Doc was his Slave... the only
> way to quit being his doc was to have Michael die...

I can't think it's that simple.  Too much money on the table for all
parties involved.

This concert thing in England was so big, they rented the entire
Staples Center just for the rehearsals.

Mike

 
 
 

Conrad Murray's Doctrin' Career enters 10-3-39

Post by Wolfi » Thu, 10 Nov 2011 08:21:15

"Starcade"  wrote

Quote:

>> The Cabal?
> Far worse than the BCS Cabal, if you believe that possible.

Debbie Gibson thought MJ was going to have a sex change,
which would make him the Princess of Pop, and decided to
stop him?
 
 
 

Conrad Murray's Doctrin' Career enters 10-3-39

Post by Irish Mik » Thu, 10 Nov 2011 20:30:53


Quote:
> guilty
> --
> Yours,
> Dan S.

No doubt I will regret asking, but what is the significance of "10-3-39"?  

Irish Mike

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