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HLN host Nancy Grace talked with "Extra" correspondent Jerry Penacoli and gave her two cents on the recent four-year jail sentence handed to Michael Jackson's doctor, Conrad Murray, after he was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter.
"The judge in the Michael Jackson death trial brings down the hammer!" Grace exclaimed, but added she thinks Murray shouldn't be in an L.A. county jail. "You're with anybody from shoplifters to a burglar to someone who went joyriding, whereas if you're in the pen, you're in with rapists, child molesters and killers. He should be absolutely in the state penitentiary. He's going to get light treatment and a sentence reduction. You might as well tie it up in a red bow and serve it to him on a silver platter!"
Michael Jackson's personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, has been sentenced to four years for involuntary manslaughter. Due to a new California law, Murray will not serve his time in prison, but will stay in L.A. County jail, and will most likely serve two of his four years, according to TMZ.
In a lengthy statement before imposing the sentence, Judge Michael Pastor said "Dr. Murray abandoned his patient," and called Murray's conduct "a disgrace to the medical profession." He added, "There are those who feel Dr. Murray is a saint. There are those who feel he's the devil. He is neither. He is a human being."
"Extra's" Adrianna Costa caught up with King of Pop Michael Jackson's niece, Yashi Brown, to discuss, "Growing Up Jackson" and life following the death of her beloved uncle.
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Brown also shared about a foundation that is close to her heart. She is an advocate for NAMI, National Alliance on Mental Illness, which supports mental illness education across America. If you would like to help further NAMI's cause, you can visit NAMI.org for more information!
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A juror in the Conrad Murray trial said the decision to find the doctor guilty of involuntary manslaughter wasn't difficult, reports TMZ.
The juror, who asked not to be identified, revealed all the jurors were in agreement early on during the 9-hour deliberation process, and that "it was a concrete decision."
Dr. Conrad Murray, convicted Monday of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson, candidly opens up in a new documentary, speaking about his patient and that fateful day in June 2009 when Michael Jackson didn't wake up from a propofol induced slumber.
"Michael Jackson and The Doctor: A Fatal Friendship" was filmed in November 2009, prior to Murray being charged. The doc reveals some very intimate details about the singer. Watch this sneak peek, courtesy of TMZ.
UK reporter Steve Hewlett conducted the interview with Murray, and Zodiak Rights, the international division of Zodiak Media Group, has pre-sold the program to major broadcasters around the world, including NBC, which plans to air in the U.S.