In case you didn’t know, sweet, sweet Michael Jackson was a “deceptive” man, so says Dr. Conrad Murray in the Michael Jackson and the Doctor: A Fatal Friendship documentary.
Check out what Dr. Murray had to say for himself below.
Apparently Murray felt “entrapped” by the King of Pop when he decided to take him under his wing as a patient. I mean how could you say no to a living (at the time) legend who was paying you millions to do what you say. Heck with the Board of Medicine, this was Michael Freakin’ Jackson!
He was found guilty of accidentally killing off Michael with propofol, but Murray basically said Michael was an addict and he was an enabler.
He explains, “I went there to take care of a healthy man, who said he was fine, to just keep surveillance. But once I got in there I was entrapped. He had very close acquaintances, but friends he did not have. He told me, ‘I’ve found one friend, which is you’.”
A druggie will say anything to get their fix, even referring to the deadly drug as “milk”. Murray continues, “He begged and pleaded and said, ‘Please Dr. Conrad, I need some milk so that I can get some sleep. If I don’t get some sleep, everything will go down the drain.’ “He looked to me like (his image in) the Thriller (film). He looked that hysterical… I did not recommend it. I would never have recommended propofol to Mr. Jackson. He needed to get rid of it and resume a more normal state of sleep.”
BUT…he gave it to him anyways AND he died. I just would like to know who the “supplier” was who got him into the stuff to begin with!