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-- -- of the -- terror involuntary manslaughter charges over the death of Michael Jackson.
I'm listening to the prosecution case and obviously we haven't heard the defense yet.
The listening to the prosecution it seems like this is something of a slam dunk of the very least.
This -- -- was highly irresponsible is our way out for him.
Very very difficult case for this defense to be honest -- you Jonathan.
I think probably one of the best offenses they have is the fact that they have to be careful with this because of the or that Michael Jackson even though he's gone still has in that particularly in that area.
And that is it that He was a drug -- which is one of the reasons why they're going to -- -- issue.
That He was such a drug addict that allegedly one doctor Murray left the room.
That He had available to him the proper follow and injected himself the problem with that is this first of all.
-- -- -- is only to be used as you know in a hospital setting.
I suspect the prosecution will bring in an anesthesiologist.
At some point.
To testify -- that He used and the Wear that should be used for settings.
And as a result they have a very very different call case.
But remember -- you know I've covered many criminal case is all they need is one person to say you know what.
This guy was a victim of a circumstance although he's a cardiologist and -- there's a standard of care.
I think they have to be a little carefully don't over -- if you will this whole Michael Jackson issue.
-- involved -- heard some people say some analysts say that there overcharging in this involuntary manslaughter maybe He should be struck off.
Maybe should know they -- to practice ever again but.
To challenge him criminally in this is a step to follow what's your view about.
Yeah you know it's it's a great great I agree is discussion issue.
I think Jonathan the difference is yeah.
I personally did not overcharged but they were going to charge him they charged with the right crime involuntary manslaughter which we -- -- level of gross negligence -- recklessness.
The defendant of their actions.
-- a Doctor Who was -- is setting there's -- standard of care issue how it should be used.
But I think the question would be if you take another circumstance within another victim other than Michael Jackson.
What would the district attorney in that jurisdiction have done.
For example could they have negotiated this down to an aggravated battery.
Could they've done something that would have been -- less then.
An involuntary manslaughter charge and just gone and said look administratively we want him to tender.
He has his license we don't want -- practicing for the next five years we're going through some kind of courses certification because he's not he's not a board certified cardiologists.
Many people say that but obviously -- That the -- only I'm sure is put a lot of pressure.
You don't just the other thing isn't you know you and I covered the Michael Jackson trial it didn't think that concerns me I don't know how you feel about this.
But you know these people that are testifying the body -- otherwise about doctor Murray's actions and I -- it myself and this means no disrespect to the family by the what is.
All of these people who were around him that was on the money train you know was on the payroll.
Didn't they seeded at my -- This man.
And now they're coming in to -- the bodyguard and otherwise against our customers are you telling me this bodyguard who was on the payroll who obviously had.
Self serving issues that they didn't see this that that the -- -- -- Manila.
They are concerned about my client maybe they should have done something about the Stanley -- get other people -- that part that bothers me.
Accident these people actually had.
All right Bob Massey joining us via Skype from Vegas and a great to have you -- -- all the --
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