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PostSubject: Testimony: Jackson's doctor e-mailed that star was OK on fatal day By Alan Duke, CNN   Mon Jan 10, 2011 6:07 pm

Testimony: Jackson's doctor e-mailed that star was OK on fatal day
By Alan Duke, CNN

Los Angeles (CNN) -- Dr. Conrad Murray sent an e-mail to a British insurance agent assuring him that Michael Jackson was in good health just 40 minutes before the doctor realized the pop star had stopped breathing, according to testimony Monday.
The e-mail, found on Murray's iPhone, was introduced Monday at a preliminary hearing to decide if the involuntary manslaughter case against Murray will go to trial.
Murray ordered more than 15 liters of propofol -- a surgical anesthetic -- and 80 vials of injectable sedatives from a Las Vegas pharmacy in the three months before Jackson's death, a pharmacist testified.
The drugs were shipped to the Santa Monica, California, apartment where Murray stayed with a girlfriend while he worked as Jackson's personal physician, according to pharmacist Tim Lopez and earlier witnesses.
A Los Angeles coroner's investigator testified Friday about finding empty and unused drug vials near Jackson's bed and in a closet after Jackson's death.
The coroner concluded that "acute propofol intoxication" in combination with sedatives killed Jackson on June 25, 2009.
Murray injected Jackson with a series of sedatives and finally with propofol that morning, according to Los Angeles Deputy District Attorney David Walgren. While Jackson slept, Murray made and received several phone calls and replied to e-mails.
"As far as the statement of his health published by the press, let me say they're all malicious to the best of my knowledge," Murray wrote in an e-mail sent from his iPhone at 11:17 a.m. to an insurance agent.
The agent, who was considering "cancellation insurance" for Jackson's upcoming London concerts, sent Murray an e-mail earlier in the morning raising concerns about media reports about Jackson's health.
After sending the e-mail, Murray apparently began a series of cell phone calls, including the last conversation with Houston cocktail waitress Sade Anding. She testified Friday that she was on the phone with Murray when he suddenly stopped responding.
That moment, at about 11:57 a.m., is when prosecutors contend Dr. Murray first realized that Michael Jackson has stopped breathing.
"I didn't hear him on the phone anymore," Anding said. "I heard commotion as if the phone was in a pocket and I heard coughing and I heard a mumbling of voices."
Several of Jackson's family members were in court for Monday's testimony, including sisters Janet, La Toya and Rebe. His mother, Katherine, and brothers Jackie and Randy Jackson also were in court.

http://www.cnn.com/2011/CRIME/01/10/california.conrad.murray.hearing/index.html

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PostSubject: Re: Testimony: Jackson's doctor e-mailed that star was OK on fatal day By Alan Duke, CNN   Mon Jan 10, 2011 6:51 pm

So far toxicologist says that there was nothing in the autopsy report that suggests that MJ was a drug addict. His tissues were normal.

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PostSubject: Re: Testimony: Jackson's doctor e-mailed that star was OK on fatal day By Alan Duke, CNN   Mon Jan 10, 2011 11:09 pm

Well that is good at least. Murray flat out lied. I'm sorry but it doesnt take a doctor to see that Michael wasnt well and far far too thin.

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PostSubject: Re: Testimony: Jackson's doctor e-mailed that star was OK on fatal day By Alan Duke, CNN   Mon Jan 10, 2011 11:20 pm

So much BS here. I dont believe it. Maybe I dont want to believe it. Looks good for Murray:(


Detective recounts events before Jackson death
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By LINDA DEUTSCH, AP Special Correspondent Linda Deutsch, Ap Special Correspondent – 45 mins ago

LOS ANGELES – Michael Jackson, desperate for sleep, warned a doctor on the day he died that he would have to cancel his comeback concerts unless he received a dose of "his milk" — the powerful anesthetic propofol, according to testimony from the lead detective in the case against Jackson's doctor.

As a result, Dr. Conrad Murray yielded and gave the singer a dose of propofol after a night of administering lesser drugs, detective Orlando Martinez said.

Prosecutors said the combination of drugs was lethal and filed an involuntary manslaughter charge against Murray, who has pleaded not guilty.

Martinez, who interviewed Murray two days after Jackson's death, gave a chilling step-by-step account at Murray's preliminary hearing, saying the pop star lay dying while Murray administered CPR but didn't call 911.

Martinez, who spent nearly three hours interviewing Murray in the presence of his lawyers, said Murray told him he had been giving Jackson doses of propofol six nights a week for two months but was trying to wean him from the drug after becoming afraid his patient was becoming addicted.

The detective said Jackson came home from rehearsal abut 1 a.m. on June 25, 2009, showered and got into bed. Murray said he immediately connected an intravenous tube to the singer's leg and began giving him sedatives, according to Martinez.

The doctor said that began a night of continuous efforts to get the star to sleep. He told police he gave him the sedatives lorazepam and midazolam intravenously and supplied a valium pill, but nothing seemed to work.

At 3:30 a.m. he said, Jackson fell asleep for about 10 minutes but then was awake again and complaining that if he didn't get sleep he would have to cancel his much-anticipated "This is It" tour, the detective said.

Murray spoke of feeling pressure to get Jackson to sleep and sometime between 10:40 a.m. and 10:50 a.m. gave him half his usual 50 milligram dose of propofol, Martinez said.

"It was an injection to get him to sleep and a slow drip to keep him sleeping," the detective said.

He said Jackson fell asleep about 11 a.m. and Murray felt comfortable enough to leave the room and go to the bathroom. He told the detective he was out of the room for two minutes and "was stunned to see Mr. Jackson not breathing" when he returned.

Murray told police he started CPR through chest compressions then gave mouth-to-mouth resuscitation but did not consider calling 911.

"He said he was caring for his patient and did not want to neglect him," Martinez said.

He said Murray also was asked why he was giving Jackson CPR on a soft bed rather than moving Jackson to the floor.

"Dr. Murray said he could not move him to the floor by himself," the witness said.

Deputy District Attorney David Walgren pointed out that Murray is 6 feet 5 inches and weighs about 225 pounds. The frail Jackson weighed about 136 pounds when he died.

Phone records show 911 was not called until 12:21 p.m., and prosecutors contend the singer was dead before help arrived.

Murray's attorney Ed Chernoff asked Martinez if Murray had spoken of Jackson asking to self-administer propofol. He answered yes.

"Mr. Jackson knew all about propofol before Dr. Murray came on the scene?" asked Chernoff.

"Yes," said Martinez.

The detective was asked if Jackson had sought to "push the propofol" himself and he said that was correct.

"Michael Jackson told Dr. Murray he liked to push it in himself and other doctors let him do that?" Chernoff asked.

"Yes," sad the witness.

"And Dr. Murray said he wouldn't let him do that?" Chernoff asked.

"Correct," answered the witness.

Defense lawyers have presented little evidence during the hearing to decide if Murray should stand trial. Prosecutors have said they believe the defense will contend Jackson administered more propofol himself on the fateful day, leading to his death.

Earlier testimony by a pharmacist showed Murray purchased 255 vials of propofol during the three months before the singer died.

Murray bought 130 vials of propofol in 100-milliliter doses and another 125 vials in the smaller dose of 20 milliliters, said Tim Lopez, owner of Applied Pharmacy Services in Las Vegas, where Murray has a clinic.

The four shipments of propofol were purchased between April 6 and June 10, 2009, with most of the drugs shipped to the Santa Monica home of Murray's girlfriend, testimony showed.

Murray also purchased sedatives known as benzodiazpines, Lopez testified.

Using phone records and testimony from police and Murray's current and former girlfriends, prosecutors tried to show Murray was on the phone throughout the morning of Jackson's death, even after administering propofol to the singer.

They hope to convince a judge of several key points: that Murray was distracted when he should have been monitoring Jackson, that he delayed calling 911, that he botched CPR efforts and that the singer was dead before help was summoned.

Murray could face up to four years in prison if tried and convicted.


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PostSubject: Re: Testimony: Jackson's doctor e-mailed that star was OK on fatal day By Alan Duke, CNN   Mon Jan 10, 2011 11:58 pm

Murray couldn't move him on his own? mad2 He liked to self inject? pfft He didn't call 911 because he was caring for his patient? BS

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PostSubject: Re: Testimony: Jackson's doctor e-mailed that star was OK on fatal day By Alan Duke, CNN   Tue Jan 11, 2011 4:40 am

I know it all sounds like such garbage but I'm so afraid it gives enough doubt like people will believe it. The part about him self injecting is just a little too convenient of a story. I dont believe that he could do that. And I definitely call BS on him not being ale to move him. I mean that made me laugh. Murray is huge lol. Michael is like a little old grandma compared to him! hahahahahaha laughin Sorry but its so true!

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