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Dr. Conrad Murray Dances the Night Away on Michael Jackson Anniversary

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Saturday June 25 marked the two-year anniversary of the death of Michael Jackson. And Dr. Conrad Jackson, the medic accused of his involuntary manslaughter, danced the night away at a wedding.

Dr. Murray strutted his funky stuff at the wedding reception on Saturday in Pennsauken, New Jersey. He boogied on down to classics like Sister Sledge’s, “We Are Family.” No-one is yet admitting whether he danced to any Michael Jackson songs.

But insiders at the wedding say that Murray looked uncomfortable at first, but soon loosened up.  By the end of the night he was chatting, dancing and posing for photographs with the other guests.

Dr. Conrad Murray didn’t know anyone at the wedding.  His baby mama, Nicole Alvarez, was a member of the bridal party and he attended with her has her “+1.”

As +1s go, he was pretty high profile!

The wedding comes at a time when it has been revealed that Dr. Murray is adamant that he will never make a plea bargain over Michael Jackson’s death, even if the deal involves him serving no jail time.

Murray is adamant that he will protest his innocence to the end. His defense is said to be that Michael Jackson was asleep when he left him and that while Murray slipped out to the bathroom, Jackson must have woken up and injected himself with more Propofol, in an effort to get back to sleep.

In contrast to Murray’s partying, Randy Jackson spent the 2-year anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death visiting his brother’s final resting place. He stopped to sign autographs and meet with fans on his way out of Forest Lawn Cemetery.

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