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Dr. Conrad Murray, currently serving four years for involuntary manslaughter in Michael Jackson’s death, maintained his innocence and broke into song during an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Tuesday.
Speaking by phone on “Anderson Cooper 360,” Murray said when his sentence is up, he wants to “motivate people and continue to do selfless acts.” Shortly after, he began singing “The Little Boy That Santa Claus Forgot,” to Cooper’s visible confusion. Murray said the song, popularized by Nat King Cole and others, exemplifies his life story.
Watch Murray’s phoner with Anderson below. He starts crooning at 7:23 in the second video.
Murray has been on lockdown since November 2011.
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