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Ministry of Health Investigating Michael Jackson’s Doctor in Trinidad

Michael Jackson's Doctor in Trinidad

LOS ANGELES, CA - NOVEMBER 29: In this CNN screen grab, Dr. Conrad Murray listens as he sits in court during his sentencing for the involuntary manslaughter of singer Michael Jackson at the Los Angeles Superior Court on November 29, 2011 in Los Angeles, California. Judge Michael E. Pastor sentenced Murray to four years in county jail for his involuntary manslaughter conviction of Jackson. (Photo by Pool/Getty Images)


Trinidad and Tobago (Mckoy’s News)Michael Jackson’s Doctor in Trinidad: the government of Trinidad and Tobago states that it is investigating Grenada-born cardiologist, Dr. Conrad Murray, who in 2011 was convicted and imprisoned for involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson, pop legend.

The government received reports, that the doctor is allegedly practicing medicine to patients at a local private medical facility without a medical licence for the Island.

In a news release, the Trinidad and Tobago Ministry of Health said it is joining with the Council of the Medical Board of Trinidad and Tobago regarding the matter to ensure the safety of the public.

Murray was convicted for the 2009 death of Michael Jackson, after an autopsy revealed fatal amounts of the hospital sleeping drug Propofol. Dr. Murray served 2 years of his 4 year conviction for the death of the pop star.

Murray’s medical license was reportedly revoked in Texas, United States in August 2013.

Over the weekend a Trinidad media house reported that they had confirmed that Dr. Murray was open for appointments to see patients at the  Rampersad Medical Centre and Private Hospital.

Allegedly the physician who was raised in Trinidad has not had an active medical license in Trinidad and Tobago since 2004.

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