Conrad Murray, the doctor who was convicted in the manslaughter death of Michael Jackson for prescribing the late singer Propofol without properly monitoring his patient, is as defiant as ever.
On April 26 he called in to NBC's Today show for an interview with Savannah Guthrie and maintained that he does not assume "any responsibility as it relates to [Jackson's] death" and refuses to live the life of a convicted felon after his likely release from prison in Fall 2013 because of "something I didn't do." He's appealing his conviction on the grounds that the jury at his trial should have been sequestered and also because he "didn't do anything wrong."
Guthrie reminded Murray that he did provide Jackson with Propofol, which the doctor admitted. And he also admitted to having left the room where he had been treating Jackson when he died. However, he adamantly reiterated that he did not leave behind any Propofol for the singer's own use. Moreover, Murray did not serenade Guthrie as he recently did Anderson Cooper.
Here's the interview in its entirety:
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