Dr. Conrad Murray was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson today in Los Angeles.
The jury’s verdict took over seven hours to decide Friday and hours on Monday, and it, as well as the entire trial was televised.
Murray had Michael Jackson hooked up to an IV tube with a Propofol drip, a powerful drug usually only used in hospitals, that caused the death of the musician.
The doctor was unable to perform CPR properly and did not call 911 swiftly.
Murray will likely have his medical license revoked.
He will be sentenced up to four years in jail.
Murray is also being sued by Michael’s father Joe Jackson and the family in a wrongful death lawsuit.
Murray was introduced to Michael Jackson through AEG Live concert promoter executives after he met them through his Freemason organization according to Fox News July 6, 2009.
He joined the fraternal secretive society in 2006, and it increased his concierge medical business that was a side business to his cardiology practices according to friends who spoke to Fox News.
See Fox News Article Explaining Murray’s Freemason Ties: Michael Jackson’s Doctor Not Licensed to Prescribe Controlled Drugs in California
La Toya Jackson, father Joe and hundreds-of-thousands of fans have spoken out publicly saying that they believe Murray was apart of a conspiracy to keep Michael drugged, sign away his estate and rights while under the influence of drugs and the ending result was the murder of the musician.
La Toya and Joe named Conrad Murray, Tohme Tohme, former manager Frank DiLeo and other unnamed people as members of the conspiracy.
The conspiracy is believed to be a sect of the Illuminati New World Order that believed Michael Jackson was worth more dead than alive after he began speaking out against their organization.
Jackson spoke out against Sony Music and then-president of Sony Tommy Mottola calling him “a devil” bent on ruining his reputation.
As a child, Jackson displayed signs used to identify one’s allegiance to the occult Illuminati New World Order organizations linked to satanism, such as the Golden Dawn and Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.).
Since Jackson’s death, he has become the top earning dead celebrity and surpassed Elvis Presley’s sales recently.
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