Conrad Murray is the doctor who was personally treating Michael Jackson at the time of his death. Due to this fact, and the suspicious...

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Michael Jackson's family is, understandably and not surprisingly, far from pleased with Dr. Conrad Murray and his recent interview with the Daily Mail.

Among other things, Murray claimed that Jackson was incontinent and that he used to hold Michael's penis every night to fit a condom on him.

In the interview, he protested: “You want to know how close Michael and I were? I held his penis every night. I had to put a condom catheter on him."

"Michael dripped urine. He had a loss of sensation and was incontinent," Dr. Conrad Murray added. "It was the most intimate thing but he trusted me.”

The claims have incensed the legendary Jacksons and the singer's friends.

This serves as more evidence that the late singer’s former personal physician had questionable medical practices, and morals, the family believes.

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Debbie Rowe believes Dr. Conrad Murray is asking for an early demise at the hands of Michael Jackson fans, and she's not exactly broken up about it.

In fact, she says that after his latest stunt - talking about holding Michael's junk and trashing her in an interview with the Daily Mail - she'd buy the bullet.

Rowe is "disgusted" by Murray's remarks, alleging that Michael never slept with her and that he and MJ joked that they would never want to sleep with her.

Contacted for her reaction by TMZ, she did not hold back. At all.

Rowe believes that within 18 months, an irate Jackson fan "will shoot him dead, and I'd buy the bullet ... I wouldn't shoot him but I'd buy the bullet ... a hollow-point." 

A hollow-point bullet is a particularly lethal type of ammunition.

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Dr. Conrad Murray says that he and Michael Jackson were once so tight, he would hold the late music icon's penis for him. Like on a routine basis.

Murray tells The Daily Mail, "You know how close we were? I held his penis every night to fit a catheter." The reason? "He was incontinent at night."

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"He wore dark trousers all the time because after he went to the toilet, he would drip for hours. [He] didn't know how to put a condom on, so I had to do it for him."

Murray also told the newspaper that he believes Michael Jackson killed himself. He claims when he walked out of Michael's bedroom the day he died:

"I believe that [Michael Jackson] woke up, got hold of his own stash of Propofol and injected himself. He did it too quickly and went into cardiac arrest."

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Dr. Conrad Murray has been receiving more death threats than he can count since his release from jail, and the FBI is investigating at least some of them.

A group of Michael Jackson fanatics is believed to be responsible.

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The threats have been targeted at both Dr. Conrad Murray and Murray's lawyer, Valerie Wass, who called out fans who threatened Murray before:

  • "One blow to the head is all you need."
  • If you think MJ fans are insignificant ... you are dead wrong, DEAD wrong." (A direct response to her quote about the late singer's fans)
  • "Better get that hair brushed and be ready because [Michael Jackson] fans will be everywhere setting yours and Murray's lies straight."

Fans are going after Wass because Murray is in hiding, but also because she confronted a screaming fan who claimed that Murray was a murderer.

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Corey Feldman is making the rounds to promote his tell-all autobiography, Coreyography, in which he delves into his troubled past and so much more.

In the book Feldman details sexual abuse he experienced as well as his close friendship with his fellow drug addict heart throb, the late Corey Haim.

Feldman also sheds light on his bond with another fallen star, the King of Pop himself, Michael Jackson. Their bond, Corey says, was the “healthiest” in his life.

In an interview, he also discusses his take on Dr. Conrad Murray and his role in Jackson's death. According to Feldman, the doctor has blood on his hands:

“Michael Jackson’s world, crazy as it sounds, had become my happy place. Being with Michael brought me back to my innocence," says the former child star."

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After two years behind bars, Dr. Conrad Murray is a free man. Michael Jackson's former doctor was quietly released from jail shortly after midnight this morning.

Locked up since November 2011 for involuntary manslaughter, the embattled physician slipped past the paparazzi undetected, headed for parts unknown.

There was no triumphant press conference, but as TMZ notes, by remaining unseen, Murray knows he just ups the price tag of that coveted first interview.

Murray was sentenced to four years in prison, the maximum for the crime he was convicted of, but serving two isn't out of the ordinary for such offenders.

Reports say he plans to try and get his medical license back in Nevada and block revocation in California, so he can practice again. Good luck with that.

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Dr. Conrad Murray somehow believes he's been vindicated by the ruling in the Michael Jackson wrongful death trial, which only proves how delusional he is.

Murray is adamant that the verdict in the trial absolves him of any wrongdoing, despite the fact that he was already on trial for manslaughter and lost.

Minor detail, Conrad.

A jury sided with concert promoter AEG Live in the billion-dollar suit brought by Jackson's family, which alleged that the company was liable for his death.

The jurors concluded, after five months of testimony, that Dr. Conrad Murray seemed competent when AEG hired him as MJ's physician. That was the key.

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Michael Jackson's family is disappointed. What transpired in court Wednesday, when a jury found that AEG Live was not liable for his death, is beyond them.

"We think this was a very important case to bring for a lot of reasons," Kevin Boyle, a lawyer for Katherine Jackson, told reporters after the verdict.

"We think what we've done with this case is proved some things that are important for the Jackson family, for the concert industry and the sports industry."

"With regard to treatment by doctors," Boyle said, the family proved its point, however. "We, of course, are not happy with the result as it stands now."

"We will be exploring all options legally and factually," he added.

A jury in the Michael Jackson wrongful death trial decided that AEG Live was not responsible for Jackson's 2009 death of acute propofol intoxication.

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Michael Jackson's family has lost its bid to hold AEG Live accountable for the singer's death 2009. A jury sided with the concert promoter on Wednesday. Why?

The jury ruled AEG Live did hire Dr. Conrad Murray, which was key for the family, but the jury then ruled Conrad Murray was NOT unfit or incompetent.

Game over.

The issue that ultimately torpedoed Katherine Jackson's case was whether Murray was competent to treat MJ when he was hired. The jury said he was.

It's an interesting finding, as Murray was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in criminal court for going rogue and doing things that killed Jackson.

Because he was competent at the onset, however, and because AEG's responsibility for his actions as well as Jackson's is limited, the family lost.

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Katherine Jackson’s wrongful death lawsuit against AEG Live took an interesting turn Monday when two company executives were dismissed as defendants.

AEG Live CEO Randy Phillips and executive Paul Gongaware are no longer liable in the wrongful death lawsuit, in which she is claiming billions in damages.

The company as a whole is left as the sole defendant.

Katherine’s claim is that AEG was negligent in hiring Dr. Conrad Murray, who administered a lethal dose of Propofol to Michael Jackson in 2009.

Murray was subsequently convicted of involuntary manslaughter in 2011 and sentenced to four years in prison, but a giant lawsuit against AEG followed.

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