Conrad Murray sentenced to four years in prison

Conrad Murray gets "escorted"
The long and contoversial case of the state of California and Conrad Murray on the death of Michael Jackson is finally over. The sentence may be a pleasing one to some and a displeasing one to others, but at the end of the day the word of judge Michael Pastor stands.

He has received a surprising sentence of four years due to the fact he isn't a threat and his good behavior. I guess that's not really bad and Mr. Murray and his family should thank the lord that he only got four years. I personally am satisfied with the sentence even though I was disappointed that o him is he was found guilty, but the four years given to him is equitable.

"He has absolutely no sense of remorse and absolutely no sense of fault," Los Angeles Superior County Judge Michael Pastor said while handing down his blistering sentence. "And he's dangerous."
"There are those who believe Dr. Murray is a saint. There are those who believe Dr. Murray is the devil. He is neither. He is a human being." 

The sentence was delivered to Murray—transferred to a holding cell in the courthouse earlier this morning after attorney and Jackson family friend Brian Parish read out a statement on behalf of the Jackson  family:
"There's no way to adequately describe the loss of our beloved father, son, brother and friend. We still look at each other in disbelief: is it really possible he is gone?"

"As brothers and sisters, we will never be able to hold, laugh or perform again with our brother Michael. As his children, we will grow up without our father, our best friend, our playmate and our dad. We are not here to seek revenge. There is nothing you can do today to bring Michael back."