It doesn't matter if Michael could have found another doctor to give him the Propofol. Doctors have a responsibility to look after their patients and not just do whatever dangerous or unethical thing they're asked to do. Murray knew he was dealing with an addict and if he was really serious about helping Michael wean off Propofol he should have arranged an inpatient stay somewhere this could be done safely. Anaesthetic drugs are the most dangerous thing about surgery and they should never, ever be given outside a hospital. Murray has absolutely no excuse. If he couldn't persuade Michael to wean off Propofol safely he should have walked away, not stayed there to enable his addiction, put Michael in terrible danger, and pocket huge amounts of money. I look forward to seeing him lose his medical licence once the criminal trial is over.
I miss Micheal so much!!!!!!!! It is sad that he didn't even have time to sleep just to please his "die-heated" fans...R.I.P Micheal!!!!!
well most of us know that The Illuminati killed him. Look it up on YouTube.....Michale will tell you Himself who killed him.
i would like to totally agree with all those that are defending michael!!! i would like to say amen to all the comments well said!!!- debbie michael jackson fan forever!!!!
It's plain as day to me that Murray is selfish, greedy, arrogant, and immoral. I hope the jury sees it as well. His punishment won't even be that severe. He will probably get probation or extremely little jail time and he NEEDS to lose his medical license. If that doesn't happen, I feel sorry for the medical profession and the patients they serve if they don't promote and ENFORCE higher standards of care.
haha!! 4 real
@ms billie, right on!! Finally someone with sense and who btw doesn't need to insult many of the users on here THG in order to prove a point. I agree with you and you would know since you worked with medicine. :)
I have worked in the Medical field for 18 years and have never heard of this type of drug given outside of a hospital setting. When you take an oath in the medical field there's no exceptions. Your oath is to take care of your patients to the best of your ability and if you can't do it then get them the proper help from someone that can help them.
I read previously that even if this man is convicted he may only spend a year in jail. What kind of justice system is that he kills a man and spends a year in jail. He should get life without the possibility of parole if California doesn't have the room in their prison then send the ****** to another state another prison.
BTW the only reason I responded to your comment was because I truley believe Michael did not give himself any dose. And I DO believe that Murray should be held responsible. If he truley cared for him why not be more careful, why not tell him straight up that Propofol was harmful. Why not stop it all together. A dr. As it states for all doctors "first, do no harm" most importantly I hope this is all settled down soon so he and his family can be at peace. Michael
In this case it is the health care professional's fault. Murray was "NOT" acting like a professional he knew better than to administer any dosage of Propofol outside of a hospital setting. What kind of doctor would walk out of a room leaving someone unattended after given this type of drug, certainly not a professional one. His selfish self-centered ways caused him to kill a man. I wonder how many other patients he's killed and gotten by with. I don't believe for one second that Michael gave himself that final dose. Michael hired him to take care of his medical needs not to kill him. He was working and looking forward to the tour and a long life with his kids.
Michael can't be brought back nor can the pain be taken back from his kids and family. This man took an oath to help and take care of people and he broke his oath. Now it's time to pay for his greed.
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