Conrad Murray Biography
(Grenadian Cardiologist Who Was the Personal Physician of Michael Jackson at the Time of His Death)
Birthday: February 19, 1953 (Pisces)
Born In: Saint Andrew, Grenada
Conrad Murray is a former cardiologist from Grenada, who made news due to his association with musical genius Michael Jackson. He was charged with involuntary manslaughter after the pop sensation’s death. Jackson died due to a massive overdose of anaesthetics and other powerful sedatives, prescribed to him by Murray, who was his personal physician at the time. He was found guilty by the ‘Los Angeles County Superior Court’ and sentenced to 4 years in prison. However, he was released from the ‘Los Angeles County Jail’ half-way through his sentence, due to good behavior. Two other factors that contributed to his early release were overcrowded Californian prisons and a change in the California law. This was not the first time the cardiologist had had a run-in with the law. He had pending cases against him, for non-payment of child maintenance, bills for medical equipment, and student loans. According to the information available, Murray’s licenses remain suspended in the three states he used to practice in, rendering him handicapped in terms of medical practice. Overall, the contrasts in Conrad Murray’s life are intriguing and confusing.