Doctor convicted of Michael Jackson’s death allegedly practising in Trinidad, gov't probing
The Trinidadian government says it is investigating reports that Grenada-born cardiologist Dr Conrad Murray, who in 2011 was convicted and jailed for the death of pop legend Michael Jackson, is attending to patients at a private medical facility without the requisite medical licence.
In a statement, the Ministry of Health said it was liaising with the Council of the Medical Board of Trinidad and Tobago on the matter.
The Council of the Medical Board of Trinidad and Tobago is responsible for the registration and licensing of medical practitioners.
Trinidad's Newsday reported on Sunday that Dr Murray had been attending to patients at a private medical facility in central Trinidad.