Conrad Murray's Driver Calls Doctor 'A Really Good Person'
As Conrad Murray awaits sentencing for the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson, those involved in the behind the scenes of his high-profile trial are beginning to emerge with their stories.
Earlier this week, Juror Debbie Franklin came forward to talk about the disagreements that plagued members of the jury before they reached a verdict.
Now, Louis Perry, the security executive who drove Murray to and from the courthouse for six weeks, has opened up to the LA Times.
In talking about the doctor, Perry describes Murray as "a really good person, who got caught up in this," adding that he was "surrounded by sharks."
Perry also told the Times that he didn't charge Murray for all of the services he provided, knowing that Murray wasn't doing so great in the finance department, and also knowing that such a high-profile job would be good for business.
As far as the documentary, which lawyers and family members of Jackson's have tried to stop from airing, Perry says that Murray had lost interest in being featured and even got tired of the cameras from London-based film company what's it all about? productions following him around all the time.
"He would say, 'I am tired of these guys. I can't wait until this thing is done,' " Perry told the Times.