Dr. Conrad Murray is re-opening his medical practice in Houston on Monday and Katherine Jackson's attorney issued an angry statement to RadarOnline.com, saying the doc belongs in a courtroom, not an exam room.
"I am shocked and outraged and hope the Los Angeles District Attorney will prosecute Dr. Murray and prevent him from seeing any patient ever again," attorney Adam Streisand told RadarOnline.com. Streisand is one of Katherine's lawyers.
Dr. Murray is still under investigation in the death of Michael Jackson and multiple sources have confirmed he gave the singer Propofol, a powerful anesthetic not meant for use outside of a hospital.
RadarOnline.com was first to report on Sunday that Dr. Murray made an emotional plea to his church's congregation, asking them to pray for him.
Dr. Murray walked up to the pulpit at Houston's Galilee Missionary Baptist Church on Sunday morning and asked for their support.
Miranda Sezcik, spokesperson for Murray's attorney Edward Chernoff, told RadarOnline.com: "There wasn't a dry eye in the church."