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Trial of Michael Jackson’s Doctor, Dr. Conrad Murray, Underway

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Let the accusations and speculations fly.

Today was the first day in the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray, the cardiologist accused of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson.

His lawyers came out swinging in their opening statements… Going as far as saying that Jackson caused his own death.

They told jurors that Jackson took the Propofol on his own, and Murray was trying to wean him off of the drugs.

Most of the Jackson family was present for the opening remarks.

If Dr. Murray is convicted, he could lose his medical license and go to jail for four years.

We’ll keep you posted as the trial continues on KVKI.

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