Seemingly getting lost in the mix is Jackson's own culpability in his untimely demise. Yes Murray was a well-paid and willing accomplice, but Jackson knew what he was doing, he knew it was wrong, and despite paying a doctor to assist him in his rather posh drug habit, he did bring it upon himself. Murray, while guilty, was an accomplice and not the murderer that many Jackson fans paint him to be.
What bothers me about the reaction is the perpetuation of the buck-passing, "it's always someone else's fault" mentality. In the end no one "won" this case and the unfortunate biggest loser in this case was any semblance of personal accountability.
Jackson was largely martyred in his passing for the immense talent he showed in life. The voices condemning his actions, his own hand in his demise were muted if not silenced by the voices that lifted his legend onto pedestals at the expense of any semblance of Jackson's accountability for the actions that led to his death.
And now those same voices are cheering his "murderer"... While it's good that Murray is being held accountable for his role Jackson's passing, referring to him as a "murderer" is an insult to personal accountability. Jackson was his own murderer... Murray just provided the means and "supervision" that allowed MJ to commit his crime.