We’ve already had enough – Stop the Conrad Murray documentary

“A faint cold fear thrills through my veins that almost freezes up the heat of life.” Thanks Shakespeare. We had justice for approximately 24 hours. Scratch the sense of closure I wrote about 2 days ago. When I heard the recording of Michael Jackson’s voice where Michael was taped in the privacy of his home, I knew what Dr. Murray was up to all along. Think about it. There are no words that exist in the English language for Murray’s ethics but appalling comes to mind. Murray was sitting in Michael’s bedroom with his iPhone tape recording Michael. What exactly was he planning to do with that? Michael was in the privacy of his own home and still had no privacy.What a horrific violation of trust.

“They gotta hear it from me,

They gotta hear it from you,

They gotta hear it from us,

We can’t take it.

We’ve already had enough.”

Is the media a mirror of society? If it is, then we have hit rock bottom. It’s obvious why Murray choose not to testify in court. He had this planned all along complete with a tape recording he made of Michael’s voice. I wonder how much he was paid?

Channel 4 is ready in the wings with a diabolical documentary featuring an exclusive interview with Murray, the doctor who was found guilty in the death of the world’s most beloved entertainer. How much money will Murray pocket from his documentary? How far will the tabloid trash reach? I wrote a blog about Money last week and I wasn’t far off. There are laws that prevent a felon from profiting from his crime but not if the documentary was completed prior to the end of the trial where Murray was considered innocent. Congratulations to Murray who got around the law again.

Michael Jackson was making money from the time he was eight years old. He grew up knowing that people wanted to be near him for his money. He knew that many did not care about him and his giant heart that cared about people, children, families, art, animals, nature and his fans. From Evan Chandler to Janet Arvizo to Martin Bashirs to Rabbi Schmuley to Conrad Murray, we come full circle to what Michael Jackson endured his entire life. Who could he trust? No wonder he filled his bedroom with mannequins when he was 20 years old. At least he could speak to someone who wouldn’t record his thoughts or publish a book of his deepest sorrows.

No wonder Michael preferred the company of children to adults. Greedy people saw money signs when they looked at Michael and Michael knew that. The only thing Michael Jackson was guilty of was trusting the wrong people.

Conrad Murray was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter just two days ago. Why isn’t he hanging his head in shame? Instead a documentary is going to be aired next week! Michael Jackson is dead because of Murray’s negligence and now we have to fight the network to cancel an inappropriate show? Why is it a constant battle with us against the media to simply DO THE RIGHT THING.It is inconceivable that a killer be allowed to profit from his victim, the person that he killed. It is inconceivable that a doctor releases personal information on one of his patients. It is inconceivable that our justice system allows a criminal to become a millionaire after killing a celebrity. What kind of messages are we sending to the children?

Because Murray got caught up in the money that came with pop superstar Michael Jackson. We saw the testimony of all of Murray’s various women. Murray boasted that he was Michael Jackson’s doctor. It was part of how he seduced women. His “care” killed Michael because of Murray’s greed. I am disturbed, appalled, upset by how wrong this is. Here we go again.

Was justice served?  Murray’s attorneys are going to appeal the verdict. What will Murray serve? He got 4 years but honestly visa vi the new statute going into effect his crime will be a jail felony so 4 years becomes 2 years. He’ll get good behavior and our jails are full.  Murray will serve around 7-14 months then he’ll get book deals and he’ll head off to Europe with his money and what about the fact that Frank Dileo is dead. How come no one addressed that when Murray came down the stairs in a panic and called for Prince that Kai, the chef, just went back to cooking the meal?

What about the catalogue?  I want to know what about the Sony/ATV catalogue? The bottom line is they got away with murder. Everyone knows Michael was concerned that he would be killed so his catalogue could be controlled. Art transcended Michael’s troubles when he was alive but I suspect that we’ve only just begun the fight.

Here’s my truth. My mother was the victim of abuse and her abuser walked away free. No justice was served and I had no voice as a 14 year-old girl. I have a voice now and I’m going to keep using it until I can’t anymore.  Michael Jackson doesn’t have a voice anymore. We all must gather forces and be a voice for him. We stopped the program that was going to air where a live autopsy would be done on his cadaver. We can stop this programming.

Everyone who is willing to take the time and make the effort should write letters and mail or fax to:

NBC Entertainment and Universal Media Studios

100 Universal City Plaza

Universal City, CA 91608

818.777.1000 Fax:  818.866.1430

Marc Graboff


West Coast Business Operations,

Television Entertainment,

NBC Universal

Twitter:  http://twitter.com/#!/mgraboff

Rebecca Marks

Executive Vice President, Publicity

Charles Engel

Executive Vice President, Programming

Curt King

Senior Vice President, Publicity, Marketing and Corporate Communications

MSNBC Cable. L.L.C. 30 Rockefeller Plaza

New York, NY 10112

Phone: 212.664.4444 Fax: 212.664.4085

Phil Griffin,

President, MS NBC

Email: phil.griffin@nbcuni.com

Sharon Otterman

Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer

Email: Sharon.otterman@nbcuni.com

Jeremy Gaines
Vice President Media Relations

Email: Jeremy.gaines@nbcuni.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/jeremymgaines

Bill Wolff

Vice President, Primetime Programming

Email: bill.wolff@nbcuni.com

Mike Rubin

Vice President, Long Form Programming

Email: mike.rubin@nbcuni.com

Deb Finan

Vice President, Production and Programming

Email: deb.finan@nbcuni.com

Commit to not watching the program and persuade everyone you know to do the same.

Let’s twitter something more important than the best place to get a facial or eat lunch. Let’s continue the fight for justice for Michael please. Michael was treated differently than you or I his entire life because he was 100% unique. He’s been on trial most of his life. The media ignored his philanthropic endeavors and they invented salacious lies about him. Even if you aren’t an MJ fan, it’s time to raise your voice. It’s time to get indignant and call, write, tweet, fax, share, spread and don’t stop. Where is the humanity?

As Michael Jackson wrote in We’ve Had Enough :

“There’s nothing that can’t be done if we raise our voice as one.”

“They gotta hear it from me,

They gotta hear it from you,

They gotta hear it from us,

We can’t take it.

We’ve already had enough.”

We've already had enough


About hannahkozak

I am passionate about photography & have been making photos since I was a little girl. I have been a stunt woman for twenty five years. I have a passion for exploration, discovery, and escape. I dream of every place I seek to travel to. A recovering adrenaline junkie, I seek authenticity in everyday experiences. I love Kundalini Yoga,travel, books,writing and authentic, real experiences and people. I brake for squirrels. Que le vaya bien! View all posts by hannahkozak

8 responses to “We’ve already had enough – Stop the Conrad Murray documentary

  • cynthia kates

    I am going to send letters for sure. Mailing is the best because they have to open it and read it. At the very least they have to trash it which is what they should be doing with this documentary. Now it makes more sense why he did not testify. You know the recording that he took will be used too. He was extending the court date so he could finish this and the recording will probably be talked about in it. They knew through court documentation that this would be part of the evidence. This is also why Murray needs to be tried civilly by the family. His money needs to go to charity or the estate for the kids. I for one do not feel that there was justice. I like that we have a guilty verdict so the record can show this, but I really dont feel that murdering someone can be justified through house arrest which is what will happen since our jails are over crowded. Make no mistake, this was murder. The argument of “this happens to non famous people all the time and its not tried in court” or “Michael was an addict” are separate issues that have nothing to do with each person paying for their participation in a crime. Murray’s crime is murder. The DA wanted to try him for this, but had to under charge to insure a guilty verdict. Its unfortunate that jurors today cant see that when you know someone is dying and you make a choice to not call anyone to save that person BECAUSE you know you have committed a crime, that is murder. It was not premeditated, but it is second degree murder. He knew he was not equipped to revive this person (he could not even do cpr),he has a phone in hand, but he called the help and start putting bottles away instead. Murderer. He knows what he did. It was obvious to me as soon as I heard what he was doing in the house a couple of days after. I said, ya, okay, thats why he did not call anyone. God will have the last say here. Murray will live with people hating him the rest of his life and he will have a hard time making money if he gets a civil judgement. Thank you Hannah for putting up the addresses. I will send the letters out immediately!

  • Bonnie

    Thanks Hannah. I’m posting this now. Very informative information and right on the money!! – Love Bonnie

  • Claudia Mancini

    I received this reply:
    Dear Ms Mancini,

    Thank you for your e-mail regarding the upcoming documentary, THE MAN WHO KILLED MICHAEL JACKSON.

    The trial of Dr Conrad Murray for the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson has dominated headlines around the world…. Now that the verdict of guilty is in, this observational and independent documentary provides an insight into Dr Murray’s relationship with Jackson and how events unfolded on the day he died.
    We appreciate your further comments and will forward them with your previous ones to those in charge of our programming. We would also advise that Dr Murray is in no way profiting from our transmission of this film – our licence agreement with the production company stipulates that he will not receive any proceeds from the fee we pay to licence the film. hank you again for taking the time to contact us here at Channel 4 and for your interest in our programming.
    Thank you again for taking the time to contact us. We appreciate all feedback from our viewers; complimentary or otherwise.


    Jack Gladney
    Channel 4 Viewer EnquiriesVisualizza altro

    • hannahkozak

      How about we all write letters to Jack Gladney at Channel 4 and let him know it is inconceivable that a killer be allowed to profit from his victim, the person that he killed.

      That it is inconceivable that a doctor releases personal information on one of his patients.

      That it is inconceivable that our justice system allows a criminal to become a millionaire after killing a celebrity.

      Jack Gladney’s form letter response isn’t going to cut it. This documentary is socially, morally and ethically unacceptable and irresponsible. This film makes a mockery of the verdict and shows Murray has no remorse. This network and the others that showed the documentary are immoral, unethical, dishonest, manipulative, indecent and greedy just like Conrad Murray.

      Thank you Claudia for taking the time to write to him. Please keep writing the letters.

  • Hanna Splocharska

    I agree with all your words Hannah… we have to make everything we can to stop “show of Conrad Murray”. In transmission interview not only profiting is the problem. In my opinion Murray want to show himself like a victim… this will be judgement about Michael Jackson… crazy…
    God bless you Hannah, your blog and pictures are balm to my heart.
    Hanna from Poland

  • gingermck

    Hannah, I emailed you to thank you for your posts and faithful following of the Murray trial. I’m posting here what I shared with you.
    “Michael’s music and presence was the soundtrack of my life for over 40 years. I didn’t really realize how big a presence he was in my life until he died so suddenly – I broke down sobbing in my kitchen quite spontaneously and uncontrollably, for someone like me, who is typically very measured and reserved. I have a good friend who is an anesthesiologist who, at the time Michael died, well before the trial began, said that something had to be wrong, as he administers this drug only in pre-op situations in hospitals with electronic and human monitors of one’s vital signs. I’ve been going through quite a bit personally over the last 3-4 years, as I wrote about in Hope’s seminar, so I emotionally haven’t been able to completely throw myself into the trial, though I have been following it on the surface. So I was grateful to have someone I know at least a little bit so involved who could explore and express the things that I just couldn’t delve into and keep it all together. So thanks again, and have a calming rest and recovery.”

  • Sandy Lee Scott

    Thank you Hannah for continuing Michael’s legacy of L.O.V.E.

  • Inga

    Thank you so much for your very true article!
    It’s a shame, that a murder can slander his victim
    supported of evil media….that must be stopped!!!
    Even now, they don’t leave Michael alone…disgusting!
    You are a true soldier of L.O.V.E Hannah
    Blessings from Germany

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