Michael Jackson's Final Words: "Let Me Have Some Milk"
Conrad Murray has revealed MJ begged for Propofol before his death...
Michael Jackson's former doctor Conrad Murray has revealed the final words uttered by the King of Pop before his death.
Murray, who was found guilty of the involuntary manslaughter of the Beat It singer earlier this week, has spoken behind bars, telling a documentary for US network NBC that MJ begged for Propofol to help him sleep, calling the drug "milk."
He reveals that Jackson's last words were: "Let me have some milk" before adding: "He was pleading, and begging me, to please, please, let him have some milk."
Murray then stated: "That was the only thing that would work. He really could not sleep. Have you ever seen the Thriller image when he was made up? He looked that hysterical."
The Sun claims that Murray had hoped to make £1million from the TV show - which is to be screened in the UK on Channel 4 - with NBC insisting he will not profit from the film.
Jackson's brother Tito has since aired his views regarding Murray's conviction, accusing the physician of "practising Frankenstein medicine" on his superstar sibling, stating: "He should spend the rest of his life in jail."
Tito is quoted in The Sun as saying: "It is unfair if Dr Murray only gets four years for what he did. He was supposed to guide Michael to better health and safety and do what was right for him."
"Instead, Dr Murray did not follow the law. Doctors are supposed to save lives, not to take them. The verdict did not bring any closure to me because I miss my brother every moment, every minute of every day and he should be here now."
He added: "I didn't feel relieved when I heard the verdict. I always knew Dr Murray would be guilty."