Dr. Conrad Murray may well be guilty, but I have to say, I think most of us have something on our phones to implicate us in a crime -- because you only get half the story. You don't know why I took a picture of my shoe. Or my purse Guinevere. That might enough to put me away in some countries.
I think about the weird text answers one gets -- because it's essentially half a conversation. Maybe you had one half in person or via phone, so who knows what that says to the cops. Here's my latest text messages that came in toay. Go ahead, make something of them:
"The yummy and somewhat odd, Kevin Spacey."
"I'm hungry. When are you off?"
"M loves anything with lace or satin"
"Mom, going to the movies. Home at 5."
"Here. Where are u?"
I think anyone could put together some damning evidence from that hodpodge of responses, so I'm not sure I want this admissible in court. As for my tapes (Dr. Conrad has a drugged-up Michael Jackson) I have a child's tantrum, Matt Nathanson singing a bit of AC/DC and an accent I was trying to capture for a character.
Add them up, and we can pretty much sum-up a conviction of some sort.