MJ, is this really necessary?

Is it necessary, MJ?

As we have espoused so many times here at American Age – does Dr. Conrad Murray need to be summonsed to face a jury, the main-stream media, and the world for the untimely death of Michael Jackson. Is Dr. Murray a murderer, we think not. Does Dr. Murray use good and sound judgment, we also think not.
Yet sooner than later the entire Jackson family moreover, MJ’s irrational and unrealistic fans must accept the facts behind MJ’s death. We are of the opinion (yeah…everyone has one!) that if MJ would have had the fortitude he probably would have taken his own life. Furthermore, as a manner of due-diligence it is believed that Conrad Murray was as instrumental as a syringe, or needle, or rolling papers.
The point being made is that MJ was on the fast-track to ending his life perhaps years before he even knew Dr. Conrad. So just as a question we’d like to ask: What is the difference between Heath Ledger, Brittany Murphy, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Mama Cass Eliot, and so many more that have perished by overdose? The only difference is that Dr. Murray was there.
People, to get multiple prescriptions for the same medication, is going to take several doctors. Unfortunately Dr. A does not know his patient is seeing Dr. B and so on. How many bags of pill bottles did the investigators take from MJ’s residence? Now add to that in how many names were the prescriptions made out for?
Now then a doctor has a patient – one only patient – who has retained his services for 800,000 per year to treat only him. Now we are prompted to ask this question: Did MJ possess the history, decision-making, problem-solving, or make choices that we’re even remotely average or even ‘normal’? We don’t think he did.
Michael Jackson’s doctor, Conrad Murray, will plead not guilty Monday morning when he is arraigned on involuntary manslaughter charges … sources tell TMZ.
We’re told there is a concern about Dr. Murray’s safety because of intense feeling on the part of some Michael Jackson fans that Dr. Murray killed the singer. As we first reported, Dr. Murray will be accompanied by a bail bondsman who will post bail — expected to be $25,000.
Our sources say Dr. Murray will not waive his right to a preliminary hearing. Following arraignment and booking, we’re told Dr. Murray will leave L.A. and go either to Las Vegas or Houston.


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  1. Sup good entry. Did you catch last nights local news? That is some great blogging material lol. Laters

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