"I don't feel guilty because I did not do anything wrong," convicted Jacko doc CONRAD MURRAY tells NBC in an exclusive interview!
"I am very, very sorry for the loss of Michael. Michael is a personal friend," Murray said, insisting he was not distracted when he left the room while treating Jackson with the sedative propofol. "I was not supposed to be monitoring him at that time because there was no need for monitoring."
He added, “Something happened when I was not in that room.” Without blaming Jackson, he maintained, “Nothing that I gave Michael should have ended his life.”
Dr. Murray says he didn't tell paramedics about the propofol because "it was inconsequential," as the effects of the drug would have worn off by that time.