Closing arguments are underway in the Dr. Conrad Murray trial, and prosecutors are hammering home their case that the embattled physician is guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the untimely 2009 death of Michael Jackson.
The defense will get to state its case again too, but it's not looking good.
The D.A. reiterated the list of evidence he says proves Murray's guilt:
- Murray violated sacred doctor-patient trust "each and every day."
- MJ was on his game June 24 in rehearsal, then dead June 25.
- MJ was a creative genius striving for perfection, a living legend.
- MJ had long term plans cut short for himself and his children.
- He wanted to go on tour one last time for his kids and his fans.
- Murray's failure to do his job caused the death of Michael Jackson.
- Criminal negligence is not about having an intent to cause harm.