Feds Raid Houston Doc’s Office In Jackson Probe


Federal authorities took documents and computer records yesterday from the Houston office of Dr. Conrad Murray, who was with Michael Jackson when the entertainer died at his California home last month, the Houston Chronicle reports. The swarm of officers that descended on the clinic was advancing a manslaughter investigation, said Murray’s Houston-based attorney, citing a search warrant sought by Los Angeles Police Department investigators.

Although Chernoff said the search warrant authorized law enforcement officials to seek evidence in support of manslaughter, sources familiar with the investigation cautioned that the probe may not lead to any criminal charges, the Los Angeles Times reported. To prove a charge of manslaughter, authorities must show there was a reckless action that created a risk of death or great bodily injury.

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