Sunday, August 30, 2009

Jackson's doctor: He's had a long time to come up with an explanation

So, if I've got this straight, Conrad Murray's defence is going to be that he only made Jackson so completely groggy that when trying to self-medicate, it was Jackson who killed himself.

God alone knows what ideas he had on the notepads crossed out: "Jackson killed by cartoon raccoons"? "Jackson forgot he'd already had pie full of Propofol at tea time"? "Jackson's spleen must have been spontaneously pumping its own Propofol into his system, some how"? "LATOYA DID IT LATOYA LATOYA..."