It appears Dr. Conrad Murray is feeling some sort of vindication after a jury ruled against Michael Jackson’s family and decided that the concert promoters AEG Live were not responsible for Michael Jackson’s death.
On Thursday, Murray told Matt Lauer on NBC’s "Today" show that he “cried” when he learned of the verdict. “For once, the world was allowed to hear some of the facts,” Murray said. It seems Murray thinks the jury cleared him of his guilt in Michael Jackson’s death.
Tom Mesereau, who served as Michael Jackson’s attorney in his 2005 molestation trial, tells Showbiz Tonight’s A.J. Hammer, “At best [Murray] is being delusional. I think Conrad Murray tries to fool the world and in the process tries to fool himself. [He] never seems to accept responsibility for anything he’s done.”
Mesereau also shared one of his theories about why AEG hired Dr. Conrad Murray as Michael Jackson’s doctor in the first place -- and wait until you hear what Mesereau revealed on Showbiz Tonight about one of Jackson’s former tour managers, who was also an executive with AEG!