It’s no form of “Guessing Games” that “Crime [doesn’t] Pay,” but Conrad Murray, Michael Jackson’s personal doctor, was charged with manslaughter last week. Sir Jackson was administered propofol as a sleep aid, and as all of us pharmacologists know, propofol is used as an anesthetic for major surgery. It’s “The Art of a Heartbreak,” but the doctor is facing up to four years in a state prison. The Judge refused the prosecutions request of a $300,000 bail, for it was far above the $25,000, but they hugged and settled on a $75,000 bail.
In previous cases, the judge said that Murray was sued for dodging child support, and it makes him less likely, or ‘inclined,’ to show up for his criminal case. I guess he’s no “Family Man.” It was a “Delayed Reaction,” but Judge Schwartz said, “I don’t want you sedating people.” “Open All Night,” the court showed that doc was on his cell phone for 45 minuets before he called an ambulance when he came in to see Jackson unconscious and not breathing.
Jackson also called propofol ‘milk’ — that’s a little creepy right? Just sayin’… This is just another high-profile case that reveals the hidden world of Hollywood Medicine. You know, the one that resides outside of health care reform and the government, the one that hangs with Magic Johnson.