After getting charged with involuntary manslaughter in conjunction with the death of Michael Jackson, many question whether or not Dr. Conrad Murray was just one of many enablers, or a murderer.
Conrad Murray has been found of involuntary manslaughter for the 2009 death of the pop star from an overdose of propofol.
A look at the reaction to Conrad Murray's guilt verdict and photos of him being handcuffed and taken away.
A Superior Court Judge sentences Dr. Conrad Murray to the maximum 4-years in prison for the death of Michael Jackson.
On Wednesday, after five months of testimony, a judge ruled that AEG Live is not being held accountable for Michael Jackson's 2009 death of acute propofol intoxication. Despite the fact that AEG Live hired Dr. Conrad Murray, the man who administered the fatal dosage to MJ, the group is not being held liable and owes no money to the family. Katherine Jackson's lawyer spoke out on behalf of the family saying they will be exploring all options legally and factually and they are not happy with the result as it stands now.
Michael Jackson's sister La Toya believes the King of Pop was effectively "murdered" for his money by a manipulative entourage. In interviews with Sunday newspapers, La Toya gave details about the 50-year-old singer's sudden death, drugs found in his body and a stash of cash and jewels that she claims have gone missing.
She told one paper: "We don't think just one person was involved in the murder. It was a conspiracy to get Michael's money."
La Toya, 53, accused a "shadowy" group of hangers-on of cutting him off from his family and friends and forcing him to sign up for 50 concerts at London's O2 arena.
They also fed him drugs and saw him as a "cash cow", she claimed.
"He was surrounded by a bad circle," she told another paper. "Michael was a very meek, quiet, loving person. People took advantage of that.
"People fought to be close to him, people who weren't always on his side.
"Michael was worth more than a billion dollars. When anyone is worth that much money, there are always greedy people around them."
"I believe Michael was murdered, I felt that from the start," she added. "Not just one person was involved, rather it was a conspiracy of people."
Jackson was the "loneliest man in the world" with no real friends and isolated from his family at the time of his death - less than 12 hours after completing a rehearsal for his tour, she said.
His sister has revealed that he was not found in bed but in the bedroom of his physician Dr Conrad Murray and said he had an intravenous drip stand and oxygen canisters in his room.
She described accompanying Jackson's children, Prince Michael, 12, Paris, 11, and seven-year-old Prince Michael II - also known as Blanket - to see their father's body and said her brother thought he would die in his 50s.
"Michael knew he was never going to be a grey-haired old man," she said. "He didn't want to grow old."
La Toya said she was at her home close to Jackson's in Beverly Hills when she was told by her father that her brother had been taken to the UCLA Medical Centre.
While in the car on the way to the hospital she said her mother screamed down the phone, "He's dead!".
"I nearly crashed my car," La Toya said. "My legs went weak. I couldn't press down on the gas pedal. I got to the wrong entrance at the hospital and was begging the security guys to help me and take my car because I was so weak and faint.
"They took me up to the area where Michael had been taken. Mother was crying and Michael's kids were crying.
"I screamed, 'Is it true?' and she said, 'Yes, he gone'.
"I couldn't stop crying."
La Toya claimed her brother had only wanted to do ten shows in London but that the people around him did not care about him and were only interested in his money, and forced him to agree to do 50 shows.
While Jackson regularly kept up to £1 million in cash at his home, La Toya said no money nor jewellery was found.
"Michael didn't keep a close eye on his finances," she said. "A lot of people made a lot of money out of Michael."
She pledged the family would file a civil lawsuit against anyone they believed responsible and push for police to bring criminal charges.
She said: "I am going to get down to the bottom of this. I am not going to stop until I find out who is responsible. Why did they keep the family away? It's not about money. I want justice for Michael. I won't rest until I find out what - and who - killed my brother."
Investigators began searching the Las Vegas home and office of Michael Jackson's personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, on Tuesday morning Distributed by Tubemogul.
Talking head author Dr. Charlotte Laws battles it out on issues on the Aug 24, 2009 episode of an NBC show. Topics: Michael Jackson and Conrad Murray, LA Unified Schools and choice, taggers and graffiti, women and testosterone.
Michael Jackson gets a burial date. An update on the case against Dr. Conrad Murray. LL Cool J talks about collaborating w/ Michael Jackson. Method Man his latest acting gig. Jay-Z's bodyguard gets in trouble. We show Ed Lover some love!
Author Charlotte Laws and activist Paul D. Schrader attack topics on "The Filter with Fred Roggin." NBC. Feb 3, 2010. Hosted by Fred Roggin. This is part 1. Topics include: Michael Jackson's doctor Conrad Murray and whether there should be a law in LA County to require porn actors to wear condoms. www.CharlotteLaws.info Laws is a weekly "talking head" on The Filter.
Hollywood News - Michael Jackson's death tape is out on the internet which talks about paramedics who declared the pop legend dead. This tape is vital evidence in the trial against MJ's personal physician 'Conrad Murray'. This tape will surely get back the eagerness to know what happened before the sudden demise of worlds biggest pop star Michael Jackson.
The trial of Michael Jackson's physician Dr. Conrad Murray begins on Tuesday, September 27, 2011 in LA Superior court.
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CBS News national correspondent Ben Tracy reports on Dr. Conrad Murray and what is likely to happen to him since his conviction of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson.
La Toya Jackson says she believes that Dr. Conrad Murray and others had a hand in the death of her brother, Michael Jackson.