Conrad Murray Complains About New Jail CellPublished by on Monday, October 15, 2012 at 10:00 am.
So far, being jailed for involuntary manslaughter has literally been an uncomfortable experience for Dr. Conrad Murray, the doctor convicted of administering the lethal dose of propofol to pop icon Michael Jackson.
TMZ is reporting that Murray was transferred from a 5’x7 to an 8’x10’ cell the biggest jail in Los Angeles County, but the 6’5″ physician complained to his lawyer it still wasn’t big enough.
The doc allegedly told his attorney, “I’m dying. You’ve got to save me. I’m a condemned prisoner right now. I look into the mirror and I don’t know who I’m looking at.”
Murray’s biggest gripe is the cramped quarters of new jail space doesn’t have enough room for him to elevate his leg. The doctor claims his leg has become swollen due thanks to lack of movement. He also says his new cell is more isolated and he can’t get adequate exercise.
Why does it seem like Murray feels he deserves four-star jail accommodations for his negligence role in the killing of Jackson? Are we really supposed to feel sorry for him now?