Katherine Jackson speaks on Conrad Murray

    Katherine Jackson doesn’t think Conrad Murray’s punishment fit his crime.

    “Four years in jail is not enough. I’ll never see my son again, but he’ll get out, and he’ll enjoy his children,” a tearful Katherine recently told Piers Morgan.

    It’s been nearly three years since Michael Jackson died, but his mother, Katherine, constantly thinks of her son.

    “I just miss him, but being a Christian and believing in the resurrection, I feel that I’ll see him again. Every morning, all through the day, I think about Michael. If I wake up through the night, my mind is there,” she said.

    There’s no question that drugs were a factor in Michael’s death, but his mother thinks the reports of his dependency on pharmaceuticals were inaccurate. 

“I think a lot of that was exaggerated about the different things that he was taking. I have been to my son’s house announced, and he’s been there unannounced. I have never seen him in that way. I know he was taking pain killers ’cause he was burned on the top of his head,” she said.

    While Katherine was straightforward about her feelings regarding her son’s death, she wasn’t so forthcoming about her thoughts on Conrad.

 “He did a terrible thing… I can’t even describe the way I feel about him,” she responded. “I’d rather not answer that question.”


    Watch more of Katherine’s interview below.

    —Tracy L. Scott


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