It's been almost a year since Michael Jackson's death (June 25) and the doctor charged with involuntary manslaughter as a result continues to make news.
This time for different reasons than you might expect, though.
Dr. Conrad Murray will visit Michael Jackson on or around the first anniversary of the star's death, sources report - and he has done so many times already.
Those connected with the embattled doctor say that despite his expected, controversial defense - that Michael Jackson killed himself - Dr. Murray is torn up.
Dr. Conrad Murray's role in Michael Jackson's death is hotly debated.
He remains deeply upset by MJ's death and feels the anniversary is an important milestone. He is a doctor, so it shouldn't be too surprising, yet in a way it is.
While denying wrongdoing and to an extent blaming the victim in this case (who happens to be a global entertainment icon), he still grieves for the fallen star.
Dr. Murray has visited the Forest Lawn mausoleum where Jackson is entombed a number of times, avoiding attention by going early or during off-hours.
Does this help you see the doc in a new light at all?