Conrad Murray Sentenced to Four Years in prison

Conrad Murray Sentenced to Four Years in prison

Doctor Conrad Murray sentenced to the maximum of four tears in prison.

Conrad Murray was sentenced to four years in prison on Tuesday (29.11.11) for the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson. LA County Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor expressed shock over the doctor’s lack of remorse and criticized him for recently televised comments suggesting that the singer had “entrapped” him. In sentencing Conrad Murray, Judge Pastor called him “a disgrace to the medical profession” who engaged in a “continuous pattern of deceit” and showed no remorse.

“Dr. Murray created a set of circumstances and became involved in a cycle of horrible medicine. The practice of propofol for medicine madness, which violated his sworn obligation for money.”-the Superior Court Judge said at sentencing.

Conrad Murray Sentenced to Four Years in prison

Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor sentenced Murray to four years in prison.

During the six-week trial, Pastor said the thing that stood out most was the slurred recording of Jackson. He also said he was shocked to hear Conrad Murray say “I don’t feel guilty, I wasn’t reckless” in a documentary made about the trial. The documentary aired in a cable TV reality program. Murray also said in the documentary that he felt betrayed by Jackson.

Judge Pastor also ordered Murray to pay Jackson’s three children an amount of $102 million, for their father’s funeral arrangements and loss of earnings for the This Is It concerts which were due to take place the summer after Michael’s death in June 2009.California, Nevada and Texas medical authorities said they will investigate whether Murray’s licenses to practice should be revoked. His California license has been suspended. Conrad Murray was escorted out of the courtroom by deputies immediately after he was sentenced.

Conrad Murray Sentenced to Four Years in prison

Conrad Murray leaving the courtroom after being sentenced to four years in prison.