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Conrad Murray and the Voices That Ring True
October 4, 2011“He’s the greatest entertainer in the world.  I’m taking that money, a million children, children’s hospital, the biggest in the world, Michael Jackson’s Children’s Hospital…”This last sentence taken from the haunting audio recording of Michael Jackson under the influence of “unknown agents” is a key element of the involuntary manslaughter case that the state of California is currently building against Dr. Conrad Murray. Hearing this voice cracked the door open for the jury into the private state of mind of the deceased and exposed the intimate knowledge that the accused had of his celebrity patient. The recording also presented a window of truth to the global humanitarian that Michael Jackson truly was. Would a man with these grand hopes and dreams actually risk taking his own life for a few hours of sleep?  It was shocking, disheartening and enraging for many to hear Jackson in such an eerie state of sedation.  The slurred...
Conrad Murray Trial: Christi Paul and Matt Semino Discuss Dr. Shafer Cross-Examination (10-24-11)
Conrad Murray Trial: Dr. Paul White Cross-Examination Discussed by Christi Paul and Matt Semino (11
Conrad Murray Trial: HLN's Jane Velez-Mitchell Interviews Attorney Matt Semino (10-19-11)
Conrad Murray Trial: Jane Velez-Mitchell, Matt Semino, Marcia Clark Talk Closing Arguments (11-3-11)
Conrad Murray Verdict: IN SESSION's Christ Paul and Matt Semino Discuss (11/8/11)
Defending the Victim in the Conrad Murray Trial
Should Michael Jackson be blamed for his own death?  Jury selection is underway and opening statements are set to commence in the Dr. Conrad Murray involuntary manslaughter trial.  International headlines are shouting, “Michael Jackson drank propofol moments before he died!” These questionable pronouncements allude to the defense theory that Murray’s legal team is expected to soon present in a Los Angeles courtroom.  Symptoms of a “blame the victim” syndrome are already showing.  While sensational, it should be of no surprise that Murray’s lawyers may argue that Michael Jackson took his own life by either injecting himself with propofol or ingesting it.  Story-making is surely nothing new when it comes to the King of Pop.  Turning the tables on the voiceless is also now in vogue with high-profile criminal defendants.  It worked for Casey Anthony, why shouldn’t it also work for Conrad Murray?  While “blaming the victim” may be...
IN SESSION Interview with Christi Paul (10-6-11)
IN SESSION's Interview with Attorney Matt Semino on the Dr. Conrad Murray Trial (9-27-11)
Interview with IN SESSION'S Christi Paul on Strength of the Prosecution's Case (11/3/11)
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Matt Semino: IN SESSION Parts 1-3 (1017/11)
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Matt Semino: IN SESSION Parts 1-4 (10/20/11)
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