Dr. Conrad Murray, the doctor for the late Michael Jackson, has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter charges in the King of pop’s death.
Murray entered the plea yesterday at his arraignment in Los Angeles Superior Court. Authorities reported that 50-year-old Jackson died of an overdose of the anesthetic drug propofol in combination with other drugs on June 25, 2009. The drugs was prescribed by Dr. Murray who is now on trial for Jackson’s death.
The preliminary hearing showed a portrait Dr. Murray trying to help Jackson overcome debilitating insomnia with the powerful surgical anesthetic that is not intended for home use.
See video below of the plea.