Dr. Conrad Murray wants to be left out of the Michael Jackson wrongful death lawsuit, or else ... he claims seriously bad things are gonna go down.
Murray made this veiled threat last night in a bizarre, rambling voicemail he left on a friend's voicemail, which TMZ obviously obtained, and it's amazing.
The doctor, who's serving time for manslaughter in the 2009 death of Jackson, says that if he is forced to testify in the upcoming court case ... watch out.
Conrad Murray tells his friend that, in no uncertain terms:
"If I am compelled to speak. I can cause one party or the other to experience the impact of an immediate seismic shock, resulting in a total and complete debacle."
So it'll be like a 7.0 earthquake here. Of the legal variety.
Murray was subpoenaed to testify in Katherine, Prince, Blaket and Paris Jackson's $40 billion lawsuit against AEG, but has pleaded the fifth so far.
MJ's former physician doesn't want to incriminate himself in any proceedings that could jeopardize his appeal to overturn his manslaughter conviction.
Makes sense ... but it makes you wonder. What's he not saying about his relationship with AEG, and/or the late King of Pop's family, that he don't know?
He didn't specify who he's dropping the bomb on. Hmm ...