The world stopped spinning when news of pop legend Michael Jackson's death broke in late June 2009.
The 50-year-old "Thriller" singer was found numb in his Los Angeles home
after cardiac arrest caused by the anesthetic propofol
a drug reportedly administered routinely by Jackson's doctor Conrad Murray.
The death was considered a murder and Murray took all the blame.
He was convicted of manslaughter and was sentenced to four years in prison, of which just under two years behind bars.
But Murray, despite Jackson, had to bear the brunt of public hatred
Addiction in alarming doses and apparently mild for much of his life
licensed to do so by a number of other doctors - those who never spent a day in prison after the King of Pop's death