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Conrad Murray ‘treated like Hannibal Lecter’ in prison, lawyer claims



The doctor convicted of killing Michael Jackson is coping with tight security and isolation and remains optimistic that he will win an upcoming appeal, his civil attorney said Tuesday.

Charles Peckham said sheriff's deputies appear to be subjecting Conrad Murray to more security than other inmates at Men's Central Jail and that the physician was left heavily shackled during their jailhouse meeting.

"Treating him like Hannibal Lecter is offensive," Peckham said, referring to the fictional serial killer from popular books and films. A sheriff's officials defended the security measures, saying they were for Murray's safety.

The attorney had to obtain a court order Tuesday to meet with Murray to discuss strategy on a wrongful death lawsuit filed by Jackson's father. Peckham said despite the judge's order, he was denied entry to the jail, but officials relented after speaking with the civil trial court handling the case.

He said their initial 30-minute meeting was cut short when the jail was placed in lockdown, but Peckham said the time was enough to upset him and see that Murray's fortunes had dramatically changed.

"This man who saved lives made a mistake, and they're going to him pay like a mass-murderer," Peckham said. The doctor spoke extensively to documentary filmmakers before his conviction, but few details of his life behind bars have been divulged.

Murray "is a real target because of his notoriety and because of the Michael Jackson connection," sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore said. "We're just being extra cautious right now."

He said jail officials will evaluate how to handle Murray's incarceration, but that he may not serve his whole sentence in isolation from other inmates. He noted that without a recent change in state law, Murray would be serving his term in state prison, not a county lockup.

Peckham said Murray, who has been jailed since a jury convicted him of involuntary manslaughter on Nov. 7, is optimistic that an appellate court will grant an appeal on the case.


http://www.nydailynews.com/gossip/conrad-murray-treated-hannibal-lecter-prison-lawyer-claims-article-1.991701


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article seems to contain a fair amount of hoaxie buzzwords. over done to the point of being suspicious .jmo
"I am sending you out like sheep among wolves. Therefore be shrewd as serpents and as innocent as doves."  




Why not just tell people I'm an alien from Mars? Tell them I eat live chickens and do a voodoo dance at midnight. They'll believe anything you say, because you're a reporter. But if I, Michael Jackson, were to say, "I'm an alien from Mars and I eat live chickens and do a voodoo dance at midnight," people would say, "Oh, man, that Michael Jackson is nuts. He's cracked up. You can't believe a single word that comes out of his mouth."

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article seems to contain a fair amount of hoaxie buzzwords. over done to the point of being suspicious .jmo

Yep, hoaxie buzzwords indeed. This article is obviously referring to a movie and a documentary. Hannibal Lecter is referring to the movie "Silence of the lambs", which literally means silence of the innocent.

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article seems to contain a fair amount of hoaxie buzzwords. over done to the point of being suspicious .jmo

Yep, hoaxie buzzwords indeed. This article is obviously referring to a movie and a documentary. Hannibal Lecter is referring to the movie "Silence of the lambs", which literally means silence of the innocent.

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well that sure makes me look at it differently .
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"I am sending you out like sheep among wolves. Therefore be shrewd as serpents and as innocent as doves."  




Why not just tell people I'm an alien from Mars? Tell them I eat live chickens and do a voodoo dance at midnight. They'll believe anything you say, because you're a reporter. But if I, Michael Jackson, were to say, "I'm an alien from Mars and I eat live chickens and do a voodoo dance at midnight," people would say, "Oh, man, that Michael Jackson is nuts. He's cracked up. You can't believe a single word that comes out of his mouth."

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.. and this article is probably referring to this insulting judgemental speculative article:
Special Treatment for the 'King of Pop'?
 
Published June 07, 2005
 
FOXNews
 
This is a partial transcript of "The Big Story With John Gibson," June 6, 2005, that has been edited for clarity.
 
JOHN GIBSON, HOST: Apparently, in the Jackson camp, nobody has faced up to the possibility that Michael Jackson (search) might go to prison. If he is convicted here, he would go to prison. Would he get any special treatment? How would life for Michael Jackson be behind bars?
 
Joining me now is James Esten. He is a correctional consultant who worked for the California Department of Corrections.
 
JAMES ESTEN, CORRECTIONAL CONSULTANT: John, that's an outstanding question. If convicted, Michael Jackson will go to state prison. The rules and regulations of the California Department of Corrections require that, one, he be housed in an institution appropriate for his needs, and, two, that society be protected from any further misbehavior or felonious behavior by him.
 
GIBSON: Yes. But what does that mean, appropriate for his condition? I mean, he would contend — and I know the Department of Corrections would not buy it — but he would contend, the only thing appropriate for his condition is Neverland Ranch. He is not going to adjust very well to a nine-by-nine cell and a stainless steel toilet.
 
ESTEN: A nine-by-six cell, John.
 
GIBSON: All right, nine-by-six.
 
ESTEN: And a stainless steel toilet. And he will be housed in a state prison.
 
My view of the case and his circumstances would place him at the California state prison at Corcoran. There is a protective housing unit there where an individual of Michael Jackson's needs and uniqueness could be safely housed from the other 163,000 inmates within the California Department of Corrections.
 
GIBSON: Mr. Esten, he has made three trips to the hospital — well, two, this weekend. What are the chances that he will just end up in permanent housing in a prison hospital?
 
ESTEN: Those chances are good. But the prison at Corcoran where the protective housing unit is has a certified and validated state prison hospital on the grounds. So he can be treated there as part of his housing in that protective housing unit.
 
GIBSON: James Esten, a consultant who has worked with the California Department of Corrections. Mr. Esten, thanks a lot. We really appreciate it.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,158818,00.html#ixzz1gcoF5Cih
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Conrad Murray ‘treated like Hannibal Lecter’ in prison, lawyer claims



The doctor convicted of killing Michael Jackson is coping with tight security and isolation and remains optimistic that he will win an upcoming appeal, his civil attorney said Tuesday.

Charles Peckham said sheriff's deputies appear to be subjecting Conrad Murray to more security than other inmates at Men's Central Jail and that the physician was left heavily shackled during their jailhouse meeting.

"Treating him like Hannibal Lecter is offensive," Peckham said, referring to the fictional serial killer from popular books and films. A sheriff's officials defended the security measures, saying they were for Murray's safety.

The attorney had to obtain a court order Tuesday to meet with Murray to discuss strategy on a wrongful death lawsuit filed by Jackson's father. Peckham said despite the judge's order, he was denied entry to the jail, but officials relented after speaking with the civil trial court handling the case.

He said their initial 30-minute meeting was cut short when the jail was placed in lockdown, but Peckham said the time was enough to upset him and see that Murray's fortunes had dramatically changed.

"This man who saved lives made a mistake, and they're going to him pay like a mass-murderer," Peckham said. The doctor spoke extensively to documentary filmmakers before his conviction, but few details of his life behind bars have been divulged.

Murray "is a real target because of his notoriety and because of the Michael Jackson connection," sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore said. "We're just being extra cautious right now."

He said jail officials will evaluate how to handle Murray's incarceration, but that he may not serve his whole sentence in isolation from other inmates. He noted that without a recent change in state law, Murray would be serving his term in state prison, not a county lockup.

Peckham said Murray, who has been jailed since a jury convicted him of involuntary manslaughter on Nov. 7, is optimistic that an appellate court will grant an appeal on the case.


http://www.nydailynews.com/gossip/conrad-murray-treated-hannibal-lecter-prison-lawyer-claims-article-1.991701

Remember this from Murray trial outside the court  8-) ???? Dr. CONrad DEATH is an ANIMAL an a MONSTER afraid/  afraid/  afraid/ !!!!!



And if you want to REAL Hannibal Lecter here it is with our dear Michael  geek/  !!!!


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Silence of the Lambs was distributed by Orion Pictures, released 1991.
I've not seen it myself, don't like horror. errrr

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Clarice Starling (Foster) is pulled from her training at the FBI Academy at Quantico, Virginia, by Jack Crawford (Glenn) of the Bureau's Behavioral Science Unit. He tasks her with interviewing Hannibal Lecter(Hopkins), a former psychiatrist and incarcerated cannibalistic serial killer, believing Lecter's insight might be useful in the pursuit of a serial killer nicknamed "Buffalo Bill" (Levine), who skins his female victims' corpses.
Starling travels to the Baltimore State Hospital for the Criminally Insane, where she is led by Dr. Frederick Chilton (Anthony Heald) to Lecter's solitary quarters. Although initially pleasant and courteous, Lecter grows impatient with Starling's attempts at "dissecting" him and rebuffs her. As she is leaving, one of the prisoners flicks semen at her. Lecter, who considers the discourtesy "unspeakably ugly", calls Starling back and tells her to seek out an old patient of his. This leads her to a storage shed where she discovers a man's severed head. She returns to Lecter, who tells her that the man is linked to Buffalo Bill. He offers to profile Buffalo Bill on the condition that he be transferred away from Chilton, whom he detests.
When Buffalo Bill kidnaps a U.S. senator's daughter, Crawford authorizes Starling to offer Lecter a fake deal promising a prison transfer if he provides information that helps find Buffalo Bill and rescue the abductee. Instead, Lecter begins a game of quid pro quo with Starling, offering comprehensive clues and insights about Buffalo Bill if Starling will give him information about her own past, something she was advised not to do. Chilton secretly records the conversation and reveals Starling's deal as a sham before offering to transfer Lecter in exchange for a deal of Chilton's own making. Lecter agrees and is flown toMemphis, where he reveals personal information on Buffalo Bill to federal agents.
As the manhunt begins, Starling visits Lecter at his special cell in a Tennessee courthouse and confronts him with her decryption of the name he provided ("Louis Friend", an anagram of "iron sulfide", also known as fool's gold). Lecter refuses Starling's pleas for the truth, and forces her to recount her traumatic childhood. She tells him how she was orphaned and relocated to a relative's farm, where she discovered a lamb slaughterhouse and made a failed attempt to rescue one of the lambs. Lecter gives her the case files on Buffalo Bill after their conversation is interrupted by Chilton and the police who escort her from the building. Later that evening, Lecter kills his two guards, escapes from his cell, and disappears.
Starling analyzes Lecter's annotations to the case files and realizes that Buffalo Bill knew his first victim personally. Starling travels to the victim's hometown and discovers that Buffalo Bill was a tailor, with dresses and dress patterns identical to the patches of skin removed from each of his victims. She telephones Crawford to inform him that Buffalo Bill is trying to fashion a "woman suit" of real skin, but Crawford is already en route to make an arrest, having cross-referenced Lecter's notes with hospital archives and finding a man named Jame Gumb, who once applied unsuccessfully for a sex-change operation. Starling continues interviewing friends of Buffalo Bill's first victim while Crawford leads an FBI tactical team to Gumb's address in Illinois. Starling is led to the house of "Jack Gordon", who she realizes is actually Jame Gumb. She pursues him into his multi-room basement, where she discovers the senator's daughter alive, but trapped in a dry well. After turning off the basement lights, Gumb stalks Starling in the dark with night-vision goggles but gives his position away when he cocks his revolver; Starling turns around just in time and kills him.
Some time later at her FBI Academy graduation party, Starling receives a phone call from Lecter, who is at an airport in Bimini. He assures her that he does not plan to pursue her and asks her to show him the same courtesy, which she says she cannot do. Lecter then hangs up the phone, saying he is "having an old friend for dinner", and begins following a newly arrived Chilton before disappearing into the crowd.

Are there still connections to Jack Gordon's underworld happening?  Could the sting aspects be using Murray as bait to bring real evil ones out of the woodwork?  Could Murray, who represents MJ, be playing a phsycological horror game with those involved but unaware? Cat and mouse?  Wasn't MJ in 2005, a lamb and innocent?

Nice pics Applehad!

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