A baseless attack on his character and a product of victimisation by a âmedical cartelâ.
This is how cardiologist Dr Conrad Murray has described a newspaper report in which questions were raised about his eligibility to practise medicine in Trinidad and Tobago.
Murray, the doctor who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of âKing of Popâ Michael Jackson is Grenadian by birth but was raised in T&T.
A report in last week’s Sunday Newsday alleged that Murray has been attending to patients at Rampersad’s Medical Centre and Private Hospital in Freeport, despite not having a medical licence.
It said Murray is being investigated by the Medical Board of Trinidad and Tobago (MBTT).
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