Still trying to prove his innocence, Dr. Conrad Murray, the man accused of killing Michael Jackson by prescription overdose, is now saying stress was the top factor in Jackson’s death.
Murray was convicted of manslaughter in the case for Jackson’s death, and now he has filed documents requesting that the conviction be overturned due to Jackson’s own irresponsible actions.
TMZ reports that in Murray’s new case, he will attempt to prove that Jackson was so stressed over financial issues that he took it upon himself to administer a dangerous amount of Propofol, which lead to his death.
Although the D.A. thinks Murray should remain in jail, Murray’s attorneys have come up with reasonable claims for this being a legitimate argument in a document named “Financial Condition of Michael Jackson.”
The section states that Jackson was approximately $400,000 in debt and says, “[Jackson’s] motivation and resulting desperation were relevant to show a likelihood or reason to act in a manner inconsistent with good judgment.”
Looks like we have another situation! Murray has desperate hopes that the courtroom will welcome him back to hear him out once again.
Do you think Dr. Conrad Murray should get another chance to plea this case?