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Paris Jackson cried at hospital, 'I want to go with you,' report says

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Conrad Murray's probation report Michael Jackson’s mother, Katherine Jackson, said her family feels “angry and betrayed” by Dr. Conrad Murray and accuses her son’s killer of constantly lying, according to a probation report released Tuesday by the Los Angeles County Superior Court.

Jackson’s mother additionally contends her granddaughter, Paris, was crying at the hospital the day her father was pronounced dead, and said, “I want to go with you.”

“All of her children, and all of her son’s children think about Michael daily,” the report said. Katherine "noted that every morning [Michael] is the first thing she thinks about.”

The court documents reveal Katherine Jackson’s deep distaste for the doctor. Specifically, she believes Murray lied when he said  that he left the pop star's side for only two minutes, and she also believes Murray delayed calling 911 “because he knew he was negligent and responsible for the victim’s death.”

Like Judge Michael Pastor, who blasted the doctor at his sentencing Tuesday, Katherine Jackson said her family felt “deeply insulted” by Murray’s refusal to admit fault.

She cited Murray’s photo shoot at Jackson’s burial site on the anniversary of the pop star’s death as evidence that Murray “is clearly not remorseful.”   

“The victim’s mother believes the defendant violated her son’s trust, and he failed to monitor the victim’s medical status,” the report said. “She feels the four-year maximum sentence is insufficient because the defendant is responsible for her son’s death.”

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Angry judge gives Conrad Murray 4 years in Michael Jackson's death

-- Matt Stevens

Photo: From left, Prince Jackson, Prince Michael II "Blanket" Jackson and Paris Jackson arrive on stage at the Michael Forever the Tribute Concert in Wales in October. Credit: Joel Ryan / Associated Press

 
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