“I met Dr. Conrad Murray in the hospital and, before I knew who he was, I noticed his behavior,” Jackson told Holmes. “It wasn’t normal… He was looking very guilty.”
In the interview, Jermaine also argued that Murray should be charged with something more severe than involuntary manslaughter and denied that Michael had a drug problem (video above).
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