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'Michael didn't have to die'

A jury in Los Angeles has found Michael Jackson's doctor Conrad Murray guilty of his involuntary manslaughter.

Jeanee Wolf is a Hollywood journalist who has covered the trial from the outset.

She says the moment Conrad Murray was lead out of the courtroom handcuffed after the guilty verdict was pronounced will probably be the most humiliating moment of his life and an image which will stay in everybody's mind.

She also says that this trial will not "be the last act" as she believes civil law suits will ensue.

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