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So MSNBC on Friday night broadcast a really pathetic, sort of disgracefully one sided documentary about Michael Jackson’s murderer, Dr. Conrad Murray. Obviously “Michael Jackson and the Doctor” was filmed with the hope that Murray would be acquitted. They were wrong. Creepy “journalist” Gerald Posner, who was bounced from Tina Brown’s Daily Beast after it was discovered he was guilty of plagiarism, seems to be behind the whole thing. He not only has a credit but appears on camera with Murray riding home from court. That should tell you everything: stay away from this one hour.

What did we learn? That Murray found god about three weeks after Michael died. That his lawyers fought among themselves. Lead defense attorney Ed Chernoff, who came with Murray from Houston, actually got kicked out of the house where he was staying–with Beverly Hills co counsel Michael  Flanagan–after the two of them fell out over a witness’s examination. Their on camera blow out reminded me of something from “The Real World.” The lawyers for Murray are also seen eating a lot.

Murray himself blames Michael for this whole situation, accusing him of “betrayal.” The one hour report backfires. Murray simply appears self-serving as he tries to lay the blame for Jackson’s death on concert promoter AEG Live, his lawyers are incompetent, and MSNBC should be ashamed of itself. Good thing the jury was smart. The judge should sentence Murray, his lawyers, and MSNBC to a long term.

4 replies to this post
  1. i feel he should pay the whole family, let get rid of all those girlfriends the old ugly thing had and keep his pecker n his pants insted of producing children, the he couls afford it if not just tack on some more jail time, something like a dollar for a day

  2. I was suprised by how one sided this thing was,but had the same reaction to gerald posner. I remember that he did a sympathtic interview with murray shortly after jackson’s death. I imagine that’s why he showed up in this mess. I think it only made murray come off as very arrogant. I say this,as,someone who is not a huge jackson fan,but, find him an interesting pop culture figure. I would love to see a balanced documentary on the life of jackson not one tilted either way.

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