Michael Jackson’s Own Demise
Upwards of 200 years ago in North America, innocent people were being burned at the stake at the infamous Salem witch trials. If you were unfortunate enough to find yourself on the wrong side of a random accusation, you may have been burnt to a crisp. That is how justice was served in those primitive days. Fortunately, witch trials are a thing of the past. Or are they? Dr. Conrad Murray, personal physician to the deceased Michael Jackson, was accused of his client’s murder. It seems people will not rest until this man stands trial. But what possible motive would a doctor have for wanting to harm his own patient? And this was not any patient, but none other than the world-renowned ‘King of Pop’. The doctor did not murder Michael Jackson.
When someone murders or assassinates another person, they most likely have a strong reasoning behind such an act. This may include hate, revenge, or ambition from competition. More commonly, people die of natural causes, or through accidents. Some are victims of war or disease. It is a fact that Jackson died of an overdose of sedatives. However, people are proclaiming that his death was in fact a homicide, in which Michael’s personal doctor was the murderer. They claim that by giving him too many sedatives in preparation of his grand comeback concert, the doctor was to blame. Jackson was 50 years old as he was rehearsing for his comeback tour. Why would anyone want to kill him? The doctor does not benefit in any way by killing Jackson. In fact, he would lose his job and his hard attained title as Michael Jackson’s personal physician. It is more likely that MJ’s influence was how he received his sedatives.
No one can be absolutely certain how Michael Jackson died, whether it was a homicide, a suicide, or an accident. In this case, however, people hastily decided that it was a homicide, and put the blame on the physician. If it had been Jackson’s own decision to inject himself with all the pain...