Conrad Murray, the former doctor who overdosed the late pop star Michael Jackson on the anesthetic Propofol was sentenced to 4-years-in jail, has served half that time and is about to be released due to overcrowding. In anticipation of his release, Murray has applied to have his medical license reinstated, as it was revoked due to Jackson’s death.
Yes, doctors make mistakes, as they are human too, but this was gross negligence of the highest order. Murray showed exceptionally bad judgment in a manner that illustrated he should not be trusted with a medical license. His application for reinstatement should be declined. Pronto!