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Slurring Michael Jackson Tape Stuns Courtroom During Conrad Murray


His deep voice in the recording is unrecognisable from the familiar high-pitched one which propelled him to superstardom.

He is heard telling his doctor, Conrad Murray, that his upcoming comeback concerts had to ‘be phenonmenal’.

The singer, who died a month later, adds: ‘When people leave my show, I want them to say, “I’ve never seen nothing like this in my life, Go. Go. It’s amazing.”’

One Response to “Slurring Michael Jackson Tape Stuns Courtroom During Conrad Murray”

  1. TIKI Says:

    That’s crazy and sad but money talks to people. It’s ok but sometimes a person can become too greedy and that’s when things can get a little sloppy. Plus people need to know their limits with things. I personally or probably would have been like I don’t feel comfortable with giving you this medication and maybe it’s time to stop taking it or maybe it’s time to find another doctor who don’t mind going on medicating you like that. I don’t care who you are, when you are in the medical/healthcare field you are supposed to use good judgement and every case/situation is different and you have to have to stop at some point if you have morals. The oath is to protect patients (Safety is Always First) and to use good judgement. He should have been monitoring MJ for a while especially since that was a surgical medication too! SMH He should have known his limitations and told MJ no enough is enough! Even if he was MJ that didn’t mean anything, he is the doctor he knew the real deal!! But that money was talking to him more than his morals. SMH

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