Jermaine Jackson has spoken out against Dr Conrad Murray amid his manslaughter trial, saying that he had no right to administer Propofol to brother Michael.
The King Of Pop was found dead in his home in June 2009, and an investigation into his death found that he had high levels of the anaesthetic Propofol in his system. Dr Conrad Murray is being accused of manslaughter after giving Michael the drugs in his home when he should not have been.
Michael's brother Jermaine has now blasted Murray for administering the drug. "My view on Dr Conrad is he should never have been giving my brother Propofol. He's not an anaesthesiologist, he's a cardiologist and it wasn't in the proper setting. This wasn't a one time thing," he told Magic 105.4.
"This was given to my brother over a period of time and that's why the symptoms came along, I mean he was very thin. He trusted doctors, he trusted them!"
Dr Conrad's trial is expected to start next month.
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