Michael Jackson’s doctor, Dr. Conrad Murray, is to be indicted on involuntary manslaughter charges. This is the result of the coroner’s conclusion that the death was caused by propofol, amongst other anesthetics that were administered by Jackson’s former doctor. Read more here.
A little over half-a-year has passed since the King of Pop’s death, and at last the investigation of whether or not it was a homicide is finally coming to an end.
The drug that claimed MJ’s life isn’t intended for home use. Aside from lowering blood pressure it also depresses breathing and heart rate, according to the AP. Using this strong of a sedative to treat insomnia is ludicrous as well as unlawful. Especially since forensic findings show that there was no medical need for the “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough” singer to take it.
If found guilty the doc could face two to four years in prison, where it’s probable that the inmates who are also Jackson fans won’t stop until they get enough.
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In other news about the late, great pop star – Sony recently revealed that the Blu-ray discs of ‘This Is It’ will include a new innovation in home theater viewing called movieIQ Sync. The feature reportedly allows you to easily access related trivia from your computer or iPhone, so you can do other stuff on your television screen. Not to mention that it also allows you to make playlists from the movie’s score, but that’s not all! You can share your song list via twitter or Email.
The documentary will be released on January 26th.
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