The Latest News Headlines From The United States
Written by admin on October 4, 2011
Court resumes today in the involuntary manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray in Los Angeles. Expected to take the stand today, are two paramedics that arrived at the Bel Aire home of the late pop star Michael Jackson. Jackson, died in June of 2009 at the age of 50. Dr. Murray, was hired as Jackson’s personal physician, as Jackson rehearsed for a world tour of ‘This Is It’. Jackson was scheduled to take the stage in London, in July of 2009, for a world wide come back tour.Is this new to you? Catch up here Jackson died while under the medical care of Dr. Murray. Murray has been charged with recklessly and carelessly administering the drug Propofol, to Jackson, outside a hospital setting where the drug is almost always given. If convicted of all charges, Murray faces four years in prison. Bank of America, one of the largest banks in the United States, announced yesterday, that they would implement a 5.00 monthly fee for their customers, that use a debit card to make purchases. The fee would be added to accounts early next year. As a result of the announcement, disgruntled customers, took to the Bank Of America, website, and it crashed. Leaving millions of customers unable to access their accounts. A Bank of America spokesperson, said the website issues were being resolved and should be up and running shortly. In Hartford, Connecticut, the criminal trial of Joshua Komisararjevsky, is ending it’s first week. Komisararjevsky is on trial facing the death penalty for three counts of first degree murder. He is accused of a 2007 home invasion robbery that left three residents of the home dead, and a 3rd Dr. William Petit alive and able to testify against Komisararjevsky and another man, Steven Hayes. Hayes has already been convicted and sentenced to death. The trial is expected to end next week.