Michael Jackson's personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, will be charged with the manslaughter in the late singer's death, according to FOXNews.com. The doctor is set to be arrested within the next two weeks and possibly as soon as next Wednesday.
A search warrant will most likely be executed by investigators at a Los Angeles pharmacy in an effort to gather more evidence to build a case that Murray's treatment led to Michael Jackson's death this past June.
FOXNews.com also reports that Michael Jackson's dermatologist, Dr. Arnold Klein, will face charges in regards to medical malpractice. His arrest will happen in another two weeks.
This past Tuesday Dr. Murray posted a YouTube video thanking his friends and his patients for their support and even makes reference to the two interviews he had with the Los Angeles Police Department since Jackson's death on June 25th.
"I have done all I could do," Murray says into the camera. "I told the truth and I have faith the truth will prevail."
Since MJ's death Murray has received death threats, which have forced him to hire a body guard and live in seclusion in his Las Vegas home. He has also received phone calls from his patients and friends expressing their support for the doctor, which helped Murray get through this hard time.
In regards to this, Murray says in his video, "Because of all that is going on, I am afraid to return phone calls or use my e-mail," Murray then says. "I recorded this video to let all of you know that I have been receiving your messages ... Your messages give me strength and courage and keep me going. They mean the world to me.
Aside from the mental stress, Murray is in a tough financial position as well. He has had to close down his practice and not work since Jackson has passed away. The doctor was already in bad financial shape when he took on Michael Jackson as his patient, Murray was bringing in only $150,000 a year but he is $780,000 in the hole.
It will be interesting to this how this case turns out. Murray is still sticking to his story saying that hours before the singer died, he administered Michael Jackson with a powerful anesthetic along with multiple sedatives. Investigators believe he left Michael alone in the room after doing this in order to do some paperwork and make phone calls then returned later to find MJ not breathing.