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Conrad Murray: Personal physician: Michael Jackson killed himself

The personal physician Conrad Murray reveals very intimate details about Michael Jackson in his first interview after his release from prison. "You want to know how tight we were? I held his penis every evening to insert a catheter because he was incontinent at night," he told the Mail on Sunday.

King of Pop: Underwear was not allowed to be washed

Even mentally, the King of Pop should no longer have been clear in the head. For example, he forbade his housekeepers to wash his underwear. His fear: his employees would steal and sell his dirty underwear.

The Trial of Michael Jackson's Death 1/12
  • Michael Jackson died in June 2009. From late September to early November 2011, his personal physician was on trial.

  • June 25, 2009: Michael Jackson (50) dies of poisoning with the anesthetic propofol. The focus of the investigation moves Jackson's private doctor Conrad Murray, who may have injected him with the agent.

  • September 4, 2009: Jackson is buried in a celebrity cemetery near Los Angeles.

  • Jan 4, 2011: Murray's hearing begins in court. Witnesses testify against him. Soon after, he will be charged.

  • September 27, 2011: The trial of Murray begins in Los Angeles. The prosecution accuses him of “gross negligence” and the defense blames Jackson himself.

  • October 3, 2011: The emergency doctor who had Jackson pronounced dead makes serious allegations against the personal doctor. He did not tell her that he had administered an anesthetic.

  • October 6, 2011: An investigator admits errors in securing evidence in court.

  • October 12, 2011: A cardiologist accuses Murray of grossly neglecting his medical duties. So he alerted the ambulance too late. He also botched the resuscitation attempts.

  • October 28: A specialist explains that the pop star may have injected the lethal dose of the anesthetic propofol himself.

  • November 7, 2011: The twelve jurors give their verdict. Conrad Murray is therefore guilty.

  • November 29, 2011: Conrad Murray is sentenced to four years in prison for negligent homicide.

"At the end of his life he found himself in a crisis, full of panic and misery," continues Murray. "Ultimately, Michael Jackson was a broken man. I tried to protect him, but instead got drawn in with him."

Conrad Murray sees believes in his innocence

He doesn't see himself as guilty of the King of Pop's death. "I didn't kill Michael Jackson. He was a drug addict. Michael Jackson accidentally killed Michael Jackson."

Record holder Michael Jackson1 / 17
  • Michael Jackson holds numerous records in the music industry. The mega successes did not stop after his death.

  • He is considered to be the "most successful artist of all time" (Most Successful Entertainer of all Time, Guinness World Records award), based on sales of records within one year. In 1989 alone he earned $ 125 million from the sale of phonograms.

  • The best-selling music album in the world also comes from him - Thriller from 1982 was sold around 110 million times.

  • It also holds the record for the world's best-selling remix album - Blood on the Dance Floor - HIStory in the Mix from 1997 with approximately 8 million copies sold.

  • Michael Jackson is the first artist to officially sell more than 100 million music albums outside of the United States.

  • He is also the male solo artist with the most # 1 singles in the US charts.

  • In 1998 he was responsible for the most successful series of concerts; in the summer of 1988 his concerts at Wembley Stadium in London were sold out for seven nights, and a total of 504,000 people attended.

  • He is the artist who won the most Grammy Awards at a ceremony: in 1984 he was showered with a total of eight awards.

  • His album Bad contains the most number one hits on an album in the USA: five singles from it reached the top position.

  • He also signed the largest record deal of all time for $ 890 million.

  • He is also considered an artist with the most expensive video clips: Scream (to date), Black or White and You Rock My World, which each devoured several million dollars. The productions of the clips Remember the Time and In the Closet also ran into the millions.

  • The concert series that sold out the fastest is his planned comeback tour "This is it" with eleven tickets per second: 750,000 tickets for 50 planned concerts in London from July 2009 to March 2010.

  • Shortly after his death, Michael Jackson was represented en masse in the charts. 24 singles (including one with The Jackson Five) and nine albums were simultaneously represented in the Media Control Charts, 22 of the 75 positions in the official UK Singles Charts, and more than a third in Australia and Switzerland of places the single hit parade ...

  • ... In the following week, the first six positions in the album charts by Jackson were taken, eight albums with Jackson were represented in the first nine positions or a total of 13 albums within the top 50.

  • With 2.3 million music downloads sold in a week, he was the first to break the 1 million downloads mark per week.

  • The film Michael Jackson’s This Is It is the most successful concert film of all time.

  • Michael Jackson has the most fans on Facebook: on September 28, 2011 there were 41,164,003.

Personal physician convicted of negligent homicide

Conrad Murray was sentenced to a maximum of four years in prison for negligent homicide in November 2011. He has now been released from custody.

The key figures in the Jackson trial
  • David Walgren: The assistant district attorney led the indictment. The lawyer is known for his sharp tongue. Last year he made headlines when he called for director Roman Polanski to be extradited from Switzerland to the United States by all means.

  • Ed Chernoff and Michael Flanagan: The two are Murray's defenders. Chernoff runs a law firm in Texas. He is less well known in California. He proves to be a specialist in complicated cases. "He seldom loses," it says on his homepage. California celebrity attorney Flanagan defended pop singer Britney Spears when she was on trial for driving without a license in 2008. He has also won the only case in Los Angeles to date in which a death from a propofol administration was brought to court. In 2004 he obtained an acquittal for a nurse under whose supervision a cancer patient had died after an injection of propofol.

  • Michael Pastor: He's the judge who presided over the trial. He had budgeted around four weeks for the process, it has now grown to six. Pastor allowed TV cameras in the courtroom. He urged the jurors to strictly adhere to his instructions and not to talk about the case.

Conrad Murray was released early

In California, with good conduct, reduced sentences are quite common. The reason is practical: the prisons are overcrowded. California authorities revoked Murray's license after the guilty verdict. Even in Texas, where the cardiologist had patients before he was employed by Jackson, he is no longer allowed to work. (AZ)