Dr. Allan Metzger Testifies in Conrad Murray Trial, Describes Extreme Addictions of Michael Jackson

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Michael Jackson had such bad insomnia that extreme measures were needed to help him sleep, according to his longtime physician, Dr. Allan Metzger.

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    There is zero proof that Michael was an addict. All that was in his system when he died was what the "good doctor" gave him. The defense is not doing Murray any favors. Dr. Metzger and Nurse Lee both testified that they would absolutely not give the drug to Michael Jackson outside of a medical setting, and it is certainly not to be used for sleep.

    Now they want to throw the Demerol theory out there, but there was no Demerol in his system when he died. If he as a Demerol addict, where was any tiny bit of a trace of it? Nowhere. That's where.




    He did it all for the money. Saying 'no' is a good thing doctors, regardless of your paycheck. This man isn't even a doctor, he's a drug dealer, and his dealings caused a death.


    This doctor is supposed to be for the defense, but while the defense wants to pain Jackson as an addict, they're also painting this doctor as the one responsible for his death. Doctors have responsibilities, that's why they put so much money and time into their education, how many doctors do you know of feed their clients their addiction? He should have given him help, not given him the dose that killed him. Regardless of Jackson's addictions, if his long-time physician said that IV anesthetic outside of a hospital was dangerous and he would not do it, then what the hell is this doctor doing exactly what the other doctor would not?!

    If I were on that jury, I'd say this doctor was more for the prosecution.

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