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Conrad Murray to Talk About Michael Jackson's Death in MSNBC Documentary

November 9, 2011 (3:27 am) GMT
'Michael Jackson and The Doctor', which will air Friday, November 4, chronicles Murray's involuntary manslaughter trial from his point of view.

In the wake of a verdict in involuntary manslaughter trial, MSNBC is set to air a documentary titled "Michael Jackson and The Doctor: A Fatal Friendship" on Friday at 10 P.M. ET. The program offers a story of MJ's death from the point of view of Conrad Murray and his defense team.

The documentary will follow Murray, who on Monday, November 7 was found guilty in the case, during the trial. The program will additionally feature the physician talking about the day MJ died, and sharing details of his relationship with the late King of Pop.

In an interview which will air as part of the documentary, Murray claims MJ appeared "hysterical" on the morning before his death. "He looked to me like the 'Thriller' image," he added, referring to the late singer's costume in his 1982 music video.

On his relationship with 's brother whom he calls his "one friend", Murray says, "I think in many ways, there were some mirror images in our lives." He goes on sharing, "I've seen him cry so many times. He lived a life greater than a hundred years of pain of any human."

Repeat of the documentary will air on Sunday at 9 P.M. ET on MSNBC.

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