Michael Jackson’s Killer Doctor Slams ‘Worst Father’ In ‘History’ Joe After Death

Michael Jackson’s famous doctor, Conrad Murray, has no nice words for the late Joe Jackson. Days after the patriarch's death, The Blast obtained a shocking video of the disgraced former cardiologist telling all on his hatred for Joe, 89.

“Joe Jackson was one of the worst fathers to his children in history,” says Murray, 65, in the bizarre clip.

“The cruelty expressed by Michael that he experienced at the hands of his father, particularly the bad treatment and moreover, the fact that he was chemically castrated to maintain his high pitched voice is beyond words,” he says.

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Before his passing, Joe opened up about his torn relationship with his famous son, telling loved ones that he regretted his behavior and wished he had been there for the singer in his final moments.

“I knew and cared for Michael very well and he told me of the many sufferings ta the hands of his father that he encountered,” Murray continues in the clip.

As readers know, Murray spent two years in prison after being found guilty of the involuntarily manslaughter of Michael. The medic admitted he gave the King of Pop the 25 mg of propofol that caused his death, though he claimed the icon asked for it himself and hoped it would cure his insomnia.

Conrad Murray

“It was dreadful and beyond imagination and words,” says Murray in the video, speaking of Joe’s alleged abuse towards Michael and his siblings. “I would not shed a single tear for the passing of this cruel and evil man, Joe Jackson.”

“It is said that only the good die young. I hope Joe Jackson finds redemption in hell," he concludes.

Joe Jackson died this June 27 after losing his battle to colon cancer.

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