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Jackson doctor Conrad Murray admits 'error'

Conrad Murray, the doctor found guilty of the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson, has admitted that he made a "mistake" in not keeping notes about the pop star's treatment.

But speaking before he was convicted, Dr Murray insisted that he was not responsible for Michael Jackson's death, which he said could not be blamed on "the absence of (medical) notes".

His comments came in an interview with Steve Hewlett for a Channel 4 documentary, The Man Who Killed Michael Jackson, which aired at 22:00 GMT on 10 November.

  • 11 Nov 2011
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