Testimony Resumes in Jackson Doctor's Trial

By: rom the AP
By: rom the AP

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Another witness at the trial of Michael Jackson's doctor has testified that Dr. Conrad Murray never mentioned that he had given the singer a powerful anesthetic.

Today's testimony came from a doctor at the emergency room where Jackson was taken. But the doctor also said that even if Murray had mentioned the anesthetic, it probably wouldn't have allowed doctors to save Jackson's life, because he was "clinically dead" by the time he arrived there.

Authorities contend Murray gave Jackson a fatal dose of propofol and other sedatives.


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  • by christine Location: ontario on Oct 4, 2011 at 07:06 AM
    Look we wanted Michael comfortable didn't we. He was an icon. Everyone knew of him everyone knew his name. whether you knew him and liked him or disliked him wasnt the question. He was known. What Mike wanted he got because that was the way it was. Whos going to say no to the "king of pop"? Conrad Murray had an impossible job and now he is being convicted of murder when in all honesty he just was doing his job. If Michael wanted anything he would have gotten it whatever way he could. Conrad may not have even had anything to do with it. Maybe Michael was just really finished and wanted to go home. Bless you Michael and all the Jacksons. Some of us still love you for what you intended to be.
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