According to a Los Angeles jury of 7 men and 5 women, Dr. Conrad Murray was guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson. He will forever be known as the man who killed The King of Pop. Shame on him.
The prosecution leaned heavily on their evidence showing how reckless Conrad Murray was in the days leading up to Michael Jackson’s death, in particular, by pointing out how lethal doses of the powerful aneasthetic propofol was administered. Tongue twister, right?
Propofol is one killer drug
His team of lawyers plan to appeal the decision after he is sentenced on November 29. He faces up to 4 years on one felony count of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson.
No more MJ? I hope the #@$%er gets all 4 years. #@$% this guy.
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Recently liberated Amanda Knox has been offered a position with porn company Vivid Entertainment. But it’s not what you think… No, no. No one wants to see a young, girl-next-door-faced exonerated killer in torture porn. Or any porn for that matter, right?
Steven Hirsch, the CEO of Vivid Entertainment, has offered Amanda Knox the opportunity to represent the company in a professional capacity — as a representative during trade shows. He continues, “This would involve no nudity or sex. Of course we would welcome talking to her if she wants to pursue this direction, but the decision is totally hers to express.”
Me thinks this is just an ingenious ploy to get Deanna Knox, Amanda’s much hotter and younger sister, in on a gangbang. Taped, of course.
Deanna Knox should do porn
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