It appears now that Michael Jackson’s personal doctor, Dr. Conrad Murray, with offices in Texas and Las Vegas, will most likely formally face involuntary manslaughter charges tomorrow in Los Angeles, California.
UPDATE: Dr. Murray WAS indeed going to face charges today, Feb. 5. And, in fact, was in Los Angeles waiting – begging – to turn himself in, but Los Angeles authorities refused to act on his pleading, saying they will on Mon., Feb. 8. We apologize for any inconvenience this caused in your day.
Dr. Murray has been investigated for the past seven months since the pop icon’s untimely death.
The charge results from improperly administering Michael Jackson the propofyl sleep inducing drug that ultimately ended his life.
The charge, many feel, is a mere legal wrist slap, probably being a 4-year prison term, if that, if deemed guilty.
Yesterday, Dr. Murray was supposed to appear in a $130,000 civil suit in Las Vegas, but decided not to appear, losing the case.
Las Vegas Backstage Access has covered the entire Michael Jackson case, with numerous articles posted.