MJ's Doctor Conrad Murray Volunteering With Trinidad Ministry Of Health

News & Views | Bené Viera | 03/12/2014 | 11:45 AM EDT

The doctor convicted of involuntary manslaughter for the death of Michael Jackson will consult heart surgeons in Trinidad

The doctor legally responsible for Michael Jackson’s untimely death may never practice medicine again, but Conrad Murray is staying close to the medical field.


TMZ reports, Murray is volunteering with Trinidad Ministry of Health where he’ll consult with local heart surgeons. The bulk of the patients are children with heart problems.


According to reports, the Trinidadian government wants him to use his U.S. contacts to help the sick children. Although his medical license has been revoked in Texas and suspended in California and Nevada, this opportunity may put him back on the path to restart his career.


Murray was a successful cardiologist in the U.S. prior to his four-year sentence for involuntary manslaughter for the death of Michael Jackson. Murray served two years of his sentence and was released in October 2013.

(Photo: Whittle/Splash News)

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