Dr. Conrad Murray really, really does not want to testify in the Michael Jackson wrongful death case. That's just the impression we're getting lately.
In a voicemail to a friend, he threatens to drop a nuclear bomb on the entire case (so to speak) if he's forced to testify, and he says he's not bluffing:
It's the second time Murray has threatened AEG and the Jacksons with potentially destructive testimony, suggesting he has only BAD things to offer.
Curiously, this threat appears directed at both sides, so it's unclear exactly what secrets he's harboring ... but in any case, this is one scary dude!
The incarcerated Conrad Murray says in his latest voicemail warning:
"Please stop. If you don’t, let this serve as my final warning to both sides. Don’t incite me to testify. Consider this as an imminent nuclear warning."
"Enough is enough."
He then hints at the nature of his "nuclear" secret, which pertains to the true nature of Michael's relationship with his family. Again, it's not clear how.
Murray was subpoenaed n Katherine's $40 billion wrongful death lawsuit against AEG, but pleaded the fifth because he doesn't want to incriminate himself.
He has appealed his involuntary manslaughter conviction, which landed him in jail for four years for his role in the 2009 death of the King of Pop.