The doctor who was supposed to be taking care of Michael Jackson in his final days is now facing prosecution for his death. A source revealed to the AP that prosecutors in L.A. have almost concluded their investigation and will go for an indictment against Dr. Conrad Murray on a charge of involuntary manslaughter.
A coroner has ruled that Jackson’s death was a homicide caused by the anesthetic Propufol, which Murray had injected into the singer to induce sleep. A conviction for involuntary manslaughter can carry a sentence of two to four years, which is why the doc has already hired attorney-to-the-stars J. Michael Flanagan.
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