Michael Jackson Convicted Killer Conrad Murray Gives First Interview After Leaving Jail

Michael Jackson’s convicted killer, Dr. Conrad Murray, is talking for the first time since leaving prison.

In a revealing interview, Murray, who has maintained his innocence in his famous patient’s death, is speaking out after gaining his freedom.

Murray sat down with Australia’s 60 Minutes to tell his side of the morbid story, which resulted in the death of one of the most legendary modern musicians, Michael Jackson, in 2009.

The doctor, who served less than two years of his four-year sentence after being convicted of manslaughter in Jackson’s death, says he loved the King of Pop.

During the interview, Murray says:

“I loved Michael, I love him.”

A teaser video of the Murray interview has been revealed ahead of the airing of the investigative show.

Michael Jackson’s death came as a shock to the world and led to the investigation that resulted in the conviction of Murray, who was taking care of Jackson before his death.

It was revealed that Murray had been administering dangerous amounts of drugs and anesthesia to Michael Jackson.

Murray was charged and a jury found him guilty of involuntary manslaughter. He was sentenced to four years in prison, but was released early due to overcrowding.

The new interview touches on other topics, such as Michael Jackson’s alleged pedophile activities.

A teary Murray is asked if he believes the accusations that Jackson was a pedophile.

Michael Jackson died at his rented Los Angeles home on June 25, 2009. Paramedics were called to the residence by Murray who found Jackson unresponsive and attempted resuscitation.

First responders arrived three minutes after the 911 call was placed and continued to try to revive Michael Jackson en route to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.

Once at the hospital, Emergency Room personnel continued the efforts for more than an hour before pronouncing the singer dead at 2:26 pm local time.

Michael Jackson’s death created a wave of grief that the world had not seen in many years, as thousands took to social media to voice their shock and sadness over the event.

Many outlets like AOL crashed from the number of visits, while others continued to see the largest traffic in their history.

A star studded memorial service was held for the late Michael Jackson on July 7, 2009, attended by Mariah Carey, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, Lionel Richie, and many others who paid an emotional tribute to one of the greatest musicians who ever lived.

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