Dr Murray, Charged In Jackson’s Death, Still Practicing Medicine, Patients Lining Up!
Dr. Conrad Murray, the physician accused of injecting Michael Jackson with the powerful anesthetic Propofol that resulted in his death, has been freed on $75,000 bail and is reported to be still working in his office.
Dr Murray has been charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of Pop superstar Michael Jackson by means of injecting him with Propofol and was released on $75,000 bail on Tuesday, Feb 9th. Just two days later, Murray was photographed entering his Las Vegas office.
Though Dr. Murray has agreed not to use powerful anesthetics on anyone according to his terms of freedom, he can still practice medicine and his patients are really anxious about putting their life/health in his hands.
According to TMZ, a patient by the name of Marietta Lewis claims that Dr. Murray saved her life.
“I made sure to call and have my name added to [Murray's] wait list..” says Lewis.
Robert Day, another one of Murray’s patients called his office on Monday, the same day Dr. Murray pled not guilty, to schedule an appointment for Thursday to see Dr. Murray, hoping that he would be able to bond out.
Maybe since Dr. Murray decided to go back to work to practice on his fans, we mean patients, he may have a defense for trial???