Late singer Michael Jackson's doctor Conrad Murray has been found guilty of involuntary manslaughter of the King of Pop. Now, the doctor is waiting to hear his punishment. According to BBC, Conrad could be sent to jail for up to four years and lose his license to practice medicine.
Conrad Murray was with Michael Jackson on the night of 25 June, 2009, when he died from an overdose of a sleeping drug. Although the doctor argued that Jackson himself had taken the medicine, a jury decided that he had given the singer the dangerous dose that killed him.
However, the jury's decision thrilled Michael Jackson's fans, who started cheering after the decision was read out in the Los Angeles courtroom. There were thousands of fans gathered outside the court. The crowd went crazy and started cheering and chanting his name.