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Conrad Murray found guilty of Jackson's death

Conrad Murray has been found guilty of the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson in 2009.

Dr Conrad Murray
Dr Conrad Murray
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DOCTOR CONRAD MURRAY, who was the personal physician to Michael Jackson at the time of his death, has been found guilty of the singer’s involuntary manslaughter.

Murray, 58, was found guilty of the lowest possible manslaughter offence, reports the Los Angeles Times.

Murray, who had pleaded not guilty, faces up to four year in prison.

The jury in the trail, which has been taking place over the past six weeks, deliberated for nine hours over Murray’s fate.

Jackson died in June 2009, aged 50 years of age, of an overdose anesthetics and sedatives.

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