The Chicago Sun-Times
Dr. Conrad Murray might as well find himself a new gig. Murray is the cardiologist who was with Michael Jackson when he died.
He is now being slammed across the Web as being culpable for the shocking death that stopped the world.
My daughter and I sat up late into the night watching the Jackson coverage.
It was our way of mourning an entertainer whose music is the soundtrack for our memories.
Having a heart attack or cardiac arrest at age 50 isn't unheard of.
But Michael Jackson? Who thought he would go out that way?
"It ain't right," my daughter said more than once.
Later that weekend, my eldest son summed up my feelings.
"It's like a piece of me died," he said.
So far, the official word is that Jackson had taken "some unspecified medication," which is about as vague as it gets.
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