Conrad Murray isn't on suicide watch: officials

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Conrad Murray isn't on suicide watch: officials

  • on: November 10, 2011, 07:26:02 PM
Conrad Murray isn't on suicide watch: officials

 A Los Angeles County Jail spokesperson says there is no truth to reports that Dr. Conrad Murray is on suicide watch as he awaits sentencing after his involuntary manslaughter conviction in the death of Michael Jackson, reports CBS News national correspondent Ben Tracy.
Murray will be spending the next three weeks at the jail in downtown L. A.

He'll reportedly be kept alone, in his own cell.

"Conrad Murray is considered to be a 'keep away' inmate," says CBS News legal analyst Trent Copeland, "and that means he's going to be kept away from the general population. He won't eat with them. He won't visit with them. He won't spend any time on the yard with them. Conrad Murray will be kept in virtual isolation. Really, it's all for his own safety."

Murray will likely lose his medical license, and faces up to four years in prison.

But many legal experts say he'll probably serve far less, and probably in a jail, because California's prisons are so overcrowded.


"It's overcrowded on the state level," Copeland observes. "It's overcrowded on the local level. And on the state level, they can't just release you to the streets, so they release you to the L.A. County facilities. And because L.A. County facilities can't house you, they then release you house arrest, electronic monitoring, and in some instances where it's a low-level crime, they even release you to beach clean-up."

Despite his role in the death of a pop icon, even the prosecution accepts the likely reality of a light sentence.

"It will be very difficult to achieve an appropriate sentence of incarceration for Dr. Conrad Murray," Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley conceded in a news conference.

However, the judge could opt for the maximum sentence. And he's already shown he intends to be tough on Murray, by immediately sending him to jail. Murray was led from the courtroom in handcuffs after the verdict was announced Monday.

"This is a crime where the end-result was the death of a human being," said Judge Michael Pastor. "That factor demonstrates rather dramatically that the public should be protected."

And while Murray's lawyers plan to appeal the verdict, he also faces civil suits alleging medical malpractice and wrongful death.

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-500202_162-57321241/conrad-murray-isnt-on-suicide-watch-officials/

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Re: Conrad Murray isn't on suicide watch: officials

  • on: November 10, 2011, 07:31:44 PM
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"Conrad Murray is considered to be a 'keep away' inmate," says CBS News legal analyst Trent Copeland, "and that means he's going to be kept away from the general population. He won't eat with them. He won't visit with them. He won't spend any time on the yard with them. Conrad Murray will be kept in virtual isolation. Really, it's all for his own safety."

So this means, NO ONE is going to see him jail! So, who knows he is in jail for real? ;)

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Despite his role in the death of a pop icon, even the prosecution accepts the likely reality of a light sentence.

:lol: Murray has the biggest ROLE. That's for sure.  lolol/


First they said that he was on suicide watch and now they say he is not. Contradiction is going on!  :mrgreen:

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Re: Conrad Murray isn't on suicide watch: officials

  • on: November 11, 2011, 02:01:01 AM
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"Conrad Murray is considered to be a 'keep away' inmate," says CBS News legal analyst Trent Copeland, "and that means he's going to be kept away from the general population. He won't eat with them. He won't visit with them. He won't spend any time on the yard with them. Conrad Murray will be kept in virtual isolation. Really, it's all for his own safety."

So this means, NO ONE is going to see him jail! So, who knows he is in jail for real? ;)

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Despite his role in the death of a pop icon, even the prosecution accepts the likely reality of a light sentence.

:lol: Murray has the biggest ROLE. That's for sure.  lolol/


First they said that he was on suicide watch and now they say he is not. Contradiction is going on!  :mrgreen:


this is what i was trying to say about three weeks ago to another forum member who commented if murray goes to jail then its not a hoax and mj is def dead. and i said who knows, if he is found guilty jail might be a hoax too. he said you cant fake jail...

but now, how funny.... no one will see him... just like ppl at ucla (workers, etc) dont come out and say that they even saw mj ....

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Re: Conrad Murray isn't on suicide watch: officials

  • on: November 11, 2011, 03:20:12 AM
He's only getting four years maximum, and they worry about his safety in prison? I think he'd be much more unsafe when he gets out of 'prison' with millions upon millions of MJ fans hunting him down, don't you? Fans who believe he is dead won't just forget what CM apparently did; they'll be waiting in four years outside prison for him - crowds of fans will hassle him for a long time screaming obscenities at him. And the jail is worried for his safety now?

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Re: Conrad Murray isn't on suicide watch: officials

  • on: November 13, 2011, 03:57:23 PM
Murray is a great actor    :)..mmmmm      :D ...I think.... 29 November  could be condemned to 7 months   ???/....november + 7 months is June !!!!       ;D Wait for  !!!!  bangbang    ;) geek/



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Re: Conrad Murray isn't on suicide watch: officials

  • on: November 13, 2011, 04:47:52 PM
He's only getting four years maximum, and they worry about his safety in prison? I think he'd be much more unsafe when he gets out of 'prison' with millions upon millions of MJ fans hunting him down, don't you? Fans who believe he is dead won't just forget what CM apparently did; they'll be waiting in four years outside prison for him - crowds of fans will hassle him for a long time screaming obscenities at him. And the jail is worried for his safety now?

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I'm not that sure if he would have safety issues if the verdict was Not Guilty. He was out, going to funfairs, shopping, running on the beach etc and where were the hateful fans? They could hunt him down then but nobody did anything. 

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Re: Conrad Murray isn't on suicide watch: officials

  • on: December 03, 2011, 02:31:04 AM
Good point. Makes me wonder even more if his 'outings' were staged.

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He's only getting four years maximum, and they worry about his safety in prison? I think he'd be much more unsafe when he gets out of 'prison' with millions upon millions of MJ fans hunting him down, don't you? Fans who believe he is dead won't just forget what CM apparently did; they'll be waiting in four years outside prison for him - crowds of fans will hassle him for a long time screaming obscenities at him. And the jail is worried for his safety now?

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I'm not that sure if he would have safety issues if the verdict was Not Guilty. He was out, going to funfairs, shopping, running on the beach etc and where were the hateful fans? They could hunt him down then but nobody did anything. 
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