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Tuesday, 8 November 2011

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Doc Murray loves Bubbles the chimp but in San Quentin he'll meet plenty of gorillas!

Michael Jackson's doc, Conrad Murray, has been found guilty of "manslaughtering" the superstar, but his motives were not outed until the final days of the process.

It seems that Murray was so jealous of Michael's friendship with Bubbles his chimp that it drove him cazy watching the pair frolicking, playing, acting like chummy chimps and generally having a "monkey of a time together."

Conrad admitted to the court that he fell in love with Bubbles and desired nothing else than setting up a steady relationship with the chimp, but Michael always stood in the way.

Conrad is not gay by the way, just a bit nuts???

So he decided to overdose Jacko with as many chemicals as possible hoping that the coroner would accept the fact that Michael actually wanted the drugs. Luckily the evidence was piled up against him so heavily he was forced to come out and admitted being in love with Michael's only real friend.

Bubbles gave the following press statement: "ooh, ooh, aah, aah, ooh, aah," meaning in Chimp language: "Hope that Murray bastard rots in hell!"

Doc Murray will be shipped off to San Quentin soon hoping that the "Gorilla's" there will be just as playful as Bubbles especially whilst "swinging in the showers!"

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