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    Писане by andeli on Вто Сеп 27, 2011 3:33 pm

    Утре ще разберем. Всъщност, днес някъде четох, че той е твърдял, че Мъри му е казал, че Майкъл е в отлично здраве и че не е негов лекар /Ортега/, за да изказва мнение.Това се е случило, когато Ортега е попитал, дали Майкъл няма нужда да бъдат спрени репетициите му, защото изглежда слаб.
    Много вероятно да каже, че е имало моменти, в които не е изглеждал добре.


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    Писане by for all time on Сря Сеп 28, 2011 4:23 pm

    Lou Ferrigno -- Michael Jackson's friend and fitness guru for decades -- tells TMZ MJ showed no signs of physical distress during workouts, as recently as 2 weeks before the singer died.

    Lou's account differs from some of the statements in court -- that Michael was deteriorating in the weeks before his death.

    Lou says two weeks before Jackson died, he went to MJ's home and trained him for an hour. Michael did cardio on the treadmill, used the exercise ball, worked with some light weights, completed a bunch of core exercises, and did a lot of stretching.

    Lou says Michael's energy level was very good, but he did complain that he was upset because he was having trouble sleeping.

    Lou says he had been training Michael 2 to 3 times a week for the tour ... and aside from seeming "very stressed out," he appeared in good health.

    And this is eerie ... Lou says as he left Michael's house the last time -- two weeks before MJ's death -- Jackson said, "Take care of yourself." Lou said, "I'm going to see you next week." Michael just repeated, "Take care of yourself." Lou feels Michael knew something bad was about to happen.


    http://www.tmz.com/2011/09/27/lou-ferrigno-michael-jackson-mj-cardio-health-dr-conrad-murray-manslaughter-trial-case-gym-workout-cardio-treadmill-personal-trainer-fitness/#.ToMrmuz_mm4


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    Michael Jackson's Kids Prince & Paris Want To Testify In Manslaughter Trial


    By Dylan Howard
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    & Jen Heger

    Radar Legal Editor

    Michael Jackson's two eldest children, Prince Michael and Paris, have told their grandmother Katherine they want to testify in the manslaughter trial of the doctor accused of killing the pop superstar with an overdose of a powerful anesthetic, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.

    A Jackson family insider said: "Katherine is resisting the move, because she knows how traumatic it would be for them, but both Prince Michael and Paris have said they want to tell the jury what they saw on the day their father died."

    RadarOnline.com has learned the King of Pop's sister LaToya has privately declared her support of the children's stance to take the witness stand against Dr. Conrad Murray.

    Murray is charged with involuntary manslaughter in the Thriller singer's death on June 25, 2009, at age 50.

    "Both LaToya and Katherine agree, however, that Blanket should not testify as he is too young," the source said.

    "Prince and Paris are determined to take the stand, though. Ultimately, I don't believe Katherine will deny them that chance, even though she doesn't want them to and has told them so. The kids have said they don't want their father's legacy to be tarnished by the trial and they believe their evidence will help convict Doctor Murray.

    "LaToya has said it would be good for the children to, 'Get what is inside them, out of them.' She feels it is a way for them to release the hurt. Above all though, she believes her brother was murdered and what Prince Michael and Paris could tell the jury, would inevitably help convict the doctor."

    A second source close to the legal proceedings confirmed to RadarOnline.com they too had been told Prince Michael and Paris wanted to testify, but predicted only one of them would be called -- and only if "things were going bad" in the trial for prosecutors.

    Prince Michael, Paris and Blanket were all included on a potential witness list passed out to the jurors in an attempt to ascertain their familiarity with the family. Also listed were siblings Janet, LaToya, Jermaine, Marlon, Rebbie, Tito and Randy as well as parents Katherine and Joe Jackson.


    If the teenage star witnesses were called, it could be problematic for prosecutors, who have said Murray caused Jackson's death by giving him the powerful anesthetic propofol as a sleep aid at the singer's Los Angeles mansion and not properly monitoring him.

    As the source close to the Jackson clan has said: "Prince and Paris adored Doctor Murray and thought he was a God send for their father. It was only after their father's death that they formed a subsequent opinion of him. Both Prince and Paris could take the stand and wind up providing evidence which supports the doctor."

    Another source familiar with the inner workings of the legal case said the children could be cross examined about whether their father had long-standing drug addictions.


    That source said: "After saying goodbye to her dad at the hospital, Paris is said to have remarked, 'My daddy is so cold again. He was always cold. He would sit by the fire to get warm. We were always afraid he would fall in as he was so close to the flames. He couldn't get warm. Now there he is... so cold.'

    "Prince and Paris knew their dad relied on Dr. Murray to survive and knew their father adored him. Their comments could save him from jail because it would work well in the eyes of a jury."

    The Jackson family insider said Prince Michael, if he testifies, would tell court how he walked into his father’s bedroom in the middle of his doctor’s doomed attempts to revive him.

    Murray has insisted Prince Michael and Paris were bundled from the room after the star’s daughter burst into tears and screamed ‘Daddy’.

    Murray -- who was hired as the late singer's personal doctor to assist Jackson in preparing for a series of planned comeback concerts in London -- has pled not guilty to involuntary manslaughter.

    Dr. Conrad Murray WILL Take The Stand In Michael Jackson Death Trial

    Opening statements are scheduled to begin Tuesday before Judge Michael Pastor in Los Angeles Superior Court.

    A jury of seven men and five women was selected last week.

    http://www.radaronline.com/exclusives/2011/09/conrad-murray-trial-michael-jackson-kids-prince-paris-want-testify

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    Jackson Family Cries As Michael's Dead Body Shown To Jury

    By Alexis Tereszcuk - Radar Senior Reporter and Jen Heger - Radar Legal Editor

    Michael Jackson's family cried at the image of his dead body on a gurney in the hospital that the prosecutor showed to the jury during opening statements on Tuesday.

    Janet Jackson was visibly moved to tears when the photo of her brother's lifeless body was shown RadarOnline.com observed in the courtroom. His other sister LaToya shook her head and appeared stunned.

    The photo of Michael showed the lifeless King of Pop on June 25, 2009 wearing a hospital gown on a gurney with tape over his nose. It was juxtaposed next to a picture of Jackson on stage the day before, June 24, 2009, rehearsing for his "This Is It" tour.

    As the prosecutor played the tape recording Dr. Conrad Murray made of Michael speaking about the tour on May 10, 2009, his brother Jermaine Jackson whispered "No, no, no," to the family.

    The matriarch of the family, Katherine Jackson, had tears in her eyes throughout the proceedings.

    Dr. Murray's defense team will be presenting their opening arguments Tuesday and RadarOnline.com will be Live streaming the proceedings.

    http://www.radaronline.com/exclusives/2011/09/jackson-family-cries-michaels-dead-body-shown-jury


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    Писане by for all time on Чет Сеп 29, 2011 11:06 pm

    Tom Mesereau -- the lawyer who successfully defended Michael Jackson in the singer's 2005 molestation trial -- claims Dr. Conrad Murray "violated every ethical obligation he had as a doctor" when he gave MJ Propofol ... and deserves to go to prison.

    Mesereau wants to make it clear, "I am on the side of the prosecution."

    http://www.tmz.com/2011/09/29/tom-mesereau-conrad-murray-guilty-michael-jackson-death-manslaughter-trial-video-interview/


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    Писане by L.O.V.E. MJ on Пет Сеп 30, 2011 2:47 pm



    Името на Майкъл е объркано от защитата!?!?!?


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    Писане by smile on Пон Окт 03, 2011 4:29 am

    Michael Jackson’s Son Prince I’ll Testify … With Strings Attached



    Michael Jackson’s eldest son Prince — an eyewitness to the horrific scene in the bedroom where his father lost his life — does not want to testify in the Conrad Murray trial, but he’s telling family he’ll do what needs to be done to get justice for his departed dad.

    Sources close to Prince tell TMZ … the 14-year-old is “nervous” and worried that if he’s called to the stand he might get flustered and “mess up.”

    We’re told if Prince is called by prosecutors … Katherine will ask her lawyers to request that the entire courtroom be cleared during his testimony. Judge Michael Pastor almost certainly will prohibit the media from training a camera on Prince, but it’s unlikely he’ll clear the courtroom.

    As we previously reported, Prince is on the prosecution’s witness list, since Dr. Murray summoned Prince to the bedroom for help during the emergency. When Prince arrived, he dissolved into tears.


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    Писане by andeli on Вто Окт 04, 2011 7:20 pm

    Conrad Murray Trial: Michael Jackson's Fingerprints Not on Propofol Bottles

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/Conrad_Murray_Trial/conrad-murray-trial-michael-jacksons-fingerprints-propofol-bottles/story?id=14662986

    Съмнявам се, че защитата нямат тази информация /ако е вярна/. Ако я имат ще кажа, че идея си нямам на какво ще базират защитата си?!


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    Писане by for all time on Вто Окт 04, 2011 10:18 pm

    Oх.. радвам се ако може да се каже така!

    ах този Мъри .. и всички околко него ... просто увисва бавно. бавно!



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    Писане by smile on Чет Окт 06, 2011 9:39 am

    “I Had No Childhood,” Michael Jackson Says In Recording Played At Doctor’s Trial



    Six weeks before Michael Jackson’s death, his doctor recorded him rambling in a slow, slurred voice about the importance of his planned “This Is It” concert series and the pain of his lost childhood, prosecutors alleged Wednesday.

    In a four-minute recording recovered from Conrad Murray’s iPhone by DEA forensic computer examiners, Jackson was heard talking about building “Michael Jackson’s Children’s Hospital” with the proceeds from the concerts. Prosecutor David Walgren had played a portion of it in his opening statement, but jurors listened to the whole tape Wednesday during the testimony of forensic examiner Stephen Marx.

    “Elvis didn't do it. Beatles didn't do it,” Jackson said while Walgren has suggested he was under the influence of some unknown drugs. “We have to be phenomenal. When people leave this show, when people leave my show, I want them to say, ‘I've never seen nothing like this in my life. Go. Go. I've never seen nothing like this. Go. It's amazing. He's the greatest entertainer in the world.’”

    He continued talking about how children in hospitals are depressed because they have “no game room, no movie theater. They’re sick because they’re depressed.”

    “God wants me to do it,” he said of building his own children’s hospital. “I’m gonna do it, Conrad.”

    It was not clear why Murray recorded the conversation, which was timestamped at 9:05 am on May 10, 2009.

    “Don't have enough hope, no more hope,” Jackson went on in the recording. “That's the next generation that's gonna save our planet, starting with - we'll talk about it. United States, Europe, Prague, my babies. They walk around with no mother. They drop them off, they leave - a psychological degradation of that. They reach out to me - please take me with you.”

    Sounding like his strength was fading, Jackson said that he wrote songs like “Heal the World” and “We Are the World” for children “because I didn’t have a childhood. I had no childhood. I feel their pain. I can deal with it...These are the songs I’ve written because I hurt, you know. I hurt.”

    Asked by the other person on the recording—believed to be Murray—if he was okay, Jackson was silent for several seconds before responding, “I am asleep.”

    While on the witness stand, Marx also identified a voicemail message recovered from Murray’s phone where Jackson’s manager Frank Dileo said on June 20, 2009 that the signer was sick after having an “episode” the previous night.

    “Um, I think you need to get a blood test on him today,” Dileo said five days before Jackson’s death. “Uh, we gotta see what he's doing.”

    Murray’s phone also contained several emails related to a British insurance agent’s request for copies of Jackson’s medical records. In one, written on the morning of the day Jackson died, Murray stated that news reports of the singer suffering from serious illnesses and injuries were “fallacious.”

    The morning’s other witness, an account representative for Seacoast Medical, detailed many supplies ordered by Conrad Murray’s office between March and June 2009. Sally Hirschberg testified that it “raised a red flag” for her when Murray’s assistant wanted an April 2009 order to be shipped to a residential address in California because his previous orders had all been sent to his Las Vegas office.

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    Съжалявам, че се повтаря с предишния пост.
    Просто, така по лесно го чета.:}





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    Писане by andeli on Чет Окт 06, 2011 12:49 pm

    Ти не го повтаряш, защото това все пак е статия, а другото е аудио запис без никакви пояснения.
    Сега, четейки статията и думите на Майкъл, че спи се замислих за самата обстановка там и за миг той не беше прикачен към системи, не се беше нагълтал с лекарства, а просто разговаряше с приятел и му споделяше мечтите си и надеждите си. А след това уморен се потопи в съня си. И в тази картинка си помислих, че няма нищо по- естествено от това другия да излезе от стаята, за да не смущава съня на спящия.
    Но това беше само за миг.
    Добавям и войсмела на Франк Делио до Мъри, който изказва притеснението си за състоянието на Майкъл.

    Also played during Murray's trial on Wednesday was a voicemail Jackson's manager, Frank DiLeo, left on the doctor's iPhone on June 20, 2009 - five days before the singer's death. DiLeo, who died himself this past August, had told Murray that Jackson was ill and "had an episode" on the night of June 19, 2009, adding: "I think you need to get a blood test on him. We need to see what he's doing."



    И на срещата им Мъри се кара на Ортега и заявява, че Майкъл е добре. Аз вече наистина, наистина не знам какво да кажа.

    И да добавя малко оф топик, че ми хареса тази анкета! Въпроса е: "Каква мислите, че ще бъде присъдата в делото срещу Мъри?"





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    Michael Jackson Manslaughter Trial: Only Murray's Prints Found on Propofol Vials, Medical Equipment



    UPDATE: 4:05 p.m.: Court adjourned for the day. Today's testimony came to a conclusion on a confusing note, as defense attorney Michael Flanagan pressed Anderson with questions about the last time Jackson urinated and how that would affect the traces of drugs found in his system upon his death. Anderson replied several times that he didn't understand the question and Judge Michael Pastor sustained multiple objections from the prosecution and had to ask Flanagan to rephrase.

    UPDATE: 3:45 p.m.: Anderson's testimony veers into the extra-technical, as they talk ion trapping, parts-per-million, gross contents and other things that can only be determined in a lab. The criminalist testified that, among the seven drugs found in his system, there was propofol in Jackson's blood and organs.

    UPDATE 2:35 p.m.: The evidence includes a number of diagrams and drawings of syringes, tubing and other medical paraphernalia. Anderson confirms that traces of propofol, lidocaine and flumazenil were present in a syringe barrel and an IV system found in Michael Jackson's room. Flumazenil is used to reverse the effects of sedatives, Anderson said. A 15-minute afternoon break was called at 2:40 p.m.

    UPDATE 1:45 p.m.: Line by line, Anderson is walking the prosecution through the list of medications and drugs that were both tested for and found in Jackson's system and doing his best to explain their possible reactions.

    MORE: Get the deets on what went down in court yesterday

    UPDATE 11:30 a.m.: Redirect falls back to the prosecution, and the district attorney did his best to get across the information that there is no such thing as a mistake-proof investigation. "Did you conduct a perfect investigation in this case?" he asked Fleak. "No." "Have you ever?" "No." "Have you done your best to accurately describe what you've seen and heard? "I have." She was dismissed and prosecution proceeded to read out a three-page stipulation (facts agreed to by both sides) that confirmed that a print from one of Murray's index fingers was found on a vial of propofol recovered from an IV stand next to Jackson's bed. Moreover, Jackson's fingerprints were found on none of the medical evidence collected from the room.

    L.A. County Coroner toxicologist Dan Anderson was subsequently to the stand, and proceedings have since broken for lunch. His testimony will resume at 1:30 p.m.

    UPDATE 10:45 a.m.: Defense attorney Ed Chernoff continues his attempt to catch Fleak out, asserting that she was neglectful to accurately collect and note evidence from Jackson's bedroom. Of particular issue to Chernoff was her failure to mention the IV bag and stand in the room when she first entered it on June 25, 2009, only noting it in her case notes for the first time on June 29. "Is it a mistake?" she said. "I could've described it in more detail." "You didn't describe it at all," Chernoff replied.

    After showing photos of the bedroom, the defense also questioned Fleak on whether she ever took into evidence an open bottle of Naked juice that sat on Michael's bedstand. She admitted that she did not, but defended their collection, saying that there was a difference between the case notes and the evidence log, and that the former was not intented to make note of every item found.

    MORE: Trial Recap: Michael Jackson's One-Man Pharmacy, a Diaper Bag of Propofol and More Creepy Messages

    UPDATE 10:00 a.m.: L.A. County Coroner investigator Elissa Fleak is back on the stand, testifying about the drugs and drug paraphernalia she discovered in Michael's bedroom and bathroom, with pictures getting shown of the syringes, disposable resuscitators and other items found. The defense is also pressing her on which rooms she searched in Jackson's home and why. Court has recessed on a morning break and will testimony will resume at 10:30 a.m.

    Over the past week, the prosecution has done its best to expose the laundry list diaper bag's worth of prescription drugs that Conrad Murray had been administering to Michael Jackson. Today, the D.A.'s team will attempt to explain just why that combination was so lethal and how, exactly, each of the dosages interacted with each other.

    Naturally, then, among those expected to take the stand today are a toxicology expert, as well as a coroner's investigator. The prosecution has contended all along that the drugs, administered by Murray, killed Jackson. The doctor's defense, however, claims that Murray was already in the process of weaning the pop star off of the meds and contend that Jackson himself self-administered the fatal dose of propofol on June 25, 2009, while Murray was out of the room.

    The testimony resumes at 8:45 a.m. PT, and E! Online will be livestreaming the courtroom proceedings all day long.



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    Писане by andeli on Съб Окт 08, 2011 5:14 pm

    Записа на разпита на Мъри в полицията на 27.06.2009 г.
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/67962372/Transcript-of-Conrad-Murray-s-police-interview


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    Jurors view Michael Jackson autopsy photo

    Los Angeles (CNN) -- A stark photo of Michael Jackson's naked corpse lying on the autopsy table a day after he died was displayed on a large screen in front of the jury Tuesday in the involuntary manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray.

    A Jackson fan who won a lottery for a seat in court became so upset she fled that seat after the prosecutors put the photograph on display, while other fans quietly wept and hugged each other.

    Jackson matriarch Katherine Jackson, who was forewarned by the prosecutor, chose to leave the courtroom during the mid-morning break, before the pathologist who autopsied her son took the witness stand.

    Michael Jackson's mother and sister Rebbie Jackson were there for the first hour Tuesday, when the last segment of the audio recording of Murray's police interview was played in court.

    Jackson's three children "cried and cried and cried" when an emergency room doctor told them their father was dead, Murray said in the interview, which occurred two days after the pop icon's death.

    Dr. Christopher Rogers, the deputy medical examiner who conducted the autopsy, said Tuesday that Jackson's death was ruled a homicide because of Murray's reckless use of the surgical anesthetic propofol in Jackson's home to help him sleep.

    The Los Angeles County coroner ruled that Jackson died from "acute propofol intoxication" in combination with several sedatives -- all drugs Murray acknowledged in the police interview that he gave Jackson in the hours before his death.

    "The risk outweighs the benefit," Rogers said about using propofol to fight insomnia.

    He said it was possible that Murray gave Jackson an overdose, since he had no "precision dosing device" to keep Jackson asleep with propofol.

    "Essentially, the doctor would be estimating how much propofol he would be giving," Rogers testified. "I think it would be easy under those circumstances for the doctor to estimate wrong and give too much propofol."

    Rogers bolstered the prosecution contention that Murray used a makeshift IV setup to keep Jackson medicated and asleep, but that it malfunctioned while the doctor was not monitoring his patient.

    The propofol bottle that prosecutors contend Murray used for the IV drip had a slit in the rubber top that appeared to have been made with a medical spike, not a syringe needle.

    Murray could have pushed "a spike into the rubber stopper and then the propofol would flow out the end," Rogers said.

    Rogers, during his direct questioning by Deputy District Attorney David Walgren, said he ruled out the chance that Jackson self-administered the deadly dose of propofol. He said it was unlikely he would have had time during the two minutes Murray told police he was away from the singer's bedside.

    Defense lawyer Ed Chernoff, in his opening statements, contended that Jackson died after he swallowed lorazepam pills from a bottle next to his bed, followed by self-administering a dose of propofol while Murray was out of the bedroom.

    Rogers, under cross-examination Tuesday afternoon by defense lawyer Michael Flanagan, gave some support to the defense's theory that Jackson ingested lorazepam pills in addition to the drugs that Murray said he gave him through injections.

    A toxicology study of Jackson's stomach contents, conducted in recent months, showed a level of lorazepam four times higher in the stomach that in his blood.

    "There would have to be some oral lorazepam taken somewhere along the line," Rogers testified, after taking a moment to do some quick math while on the witness stand.

    Katherine Jackson was in court earlier to hear Murray describe to detectives the reaction of her 11-year-old granddaughter, Paris, at the news that her father was dead.

    "I will wake up in the morning, and I won't be able to see my daddy," Paris said, according to Murray.

    Murray is not expected to testify during the trial, but the interview playback means jurors will have heard his story -- at least as he told it two days after Jackson's death.

    The prosecution could benefit from the jury hearing Murray say he was away from Jackson for just two minutes before finding him without a pulse. Phone records and witnesses showed that moment came after he spent at least 45 minutes on his cell phone.

    Murray's defense, however, may gain by the more personal view jurors get of the doctor without subjecting him to prosecution questioning.

    The jury on Friday heard Murray's reasons for not immediately calling 911 for help, his explanation of his much-criticized CPR techniques, and his statement that he was trying to wean Jackson off a dependency on propofol.

    Tuesday's interview playback began with Murray relating how Jackson's children "really were weeping, really weeping" when they were told doctors at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center were unable to save their father.

    "I hugged them all, gave comfort to Paris, comfort to Prince, comfort to Blanket, which is the last little guy, because whenever they were sick, they would always ask for Dr. Conrad," Murray said.

    Murray, who treated Jackson and his children for colds and minor illnesses when they visited or lived in Las Vegas, was hired as Jackson's full-time physician just two months before his June 25, 2009, death.

    "After they cried and cried and cried, then his daughter uttered a lot of words of unhappiness and, you know, she will live alone without her dad and she didn't want to be an orphan," Murray said, referring to Paris.

    "She asked me, 'Dr. Murray, you said you save a lot of patients. You know, you save people with heart attacks, and you couldn't save my dad,'" he told detectives. "I said, 'I tried my best.' And she said, 'I know that, Dr. Murray. At least I know. I know you tried your best. I know you tried your best, but I'm really sad. You know, I will wake up in the morning, and I won't be able to see my daddy.'"

    Murray said he also was unable to explain Jackson's death to other family members gathered in a conference room at the hospital.

    "Do you know why he died?" one of them asked, Murray told police.

    "My answer was 'No,' and that's the reason why I was recommending to the family to have an autopsy, because I also wanted to know," Murray said.

    Prosecutors contend Jackson died because of Murray's criminal negligence, including the use of the surgical anesthetic propofol in his bedroom, without proper monitoring equipment.

    But in the portion of the interview to be heard Tuesday, Murray points the finger away from himself to other doctors.

    "I was not aware of any other medications that he was taking, but I heard that he was seeing a Dr. Klein three times a week in Beverly Hills," Murray told police. "And he never disclosed that to me."

    Defense attorney Chernoff contended at the start of the trial that Dr. Arnold Klein had addicted Jackson to Demerol, a narcotic pain reliever, during the singer's regular visits to his Beverly Hills dermatology clinic in the weeks before his death.

    "His production team had said to me recently that his worst days in the set is when he had gone to Dr. Klein's office, which is about three times a week," Murray said in the interview. "And when he came back, he was basically wasted and required at least 24 hours for recovery."

    Three earlier prosecution witnesses testified that they were aware of Jackson's frequent visits to Klein's office and that Jackson's speech would be slow and slurred afterward.

    Lt. Scott Smith, the Los Angeles Police Department's lead investigator in the case, acknowledged there was "head-butting" between Los Angeles Police and the coroner's office over who would interview Klein.

    An LAPD lieutenant called the assistant chief coroner and demanded they not interview Klein "because we had other entities, if you will, that were looking into Dr. Klein and his dealings, so there would be some, perhaps, head-butting over that," Smith said.

    Investigators from California's Drug Enforcement Agency were designated to probe Klein, Smith said.

    Toxicology tests did not find Demerol in Jackson's blood at the time of his death, but the defense contention is that it played a role. They say Jackson was unable to sleep because he was suffering from withdrawal from the drug.

    Murray told police that Jackson was "showing signs of a withdrawal," but he suspected it was from propofol, which he said he was trying to wean Jackson off after two months of nightly use.

    Jackson's death came after two nights of not using propofol. Murray said he gave him a series of three sedatives -- Valium, lorazepam and midazolam -- on the third night without getting him to sleep.

    "It wasn't working," Murray said. "So, was he going through a withdrawal from that agent? Was it his mind that was forcing him to stay awake?"

    After 10 hours of trying, Jackson begged to again be given propofol, which the singer called his "milk," Murray said. He needed rest before an important rehearsal for his "This Is It" comeback shows.

    "I've got to sleep, Dr. Conrad," Murray said Jackson pleaded to him. "I have these rehearsals to perform. I must be ready for the show in England. Tomorrow, I will have to cancel my performance, because you know I cannot function if I don't get to sleep."

    Eventually, Murray said, he gave in.

    "I then decided to go ahead and give him some of the milk, so he could get a couple of hours sleep so that he could produce, because I cared about him," Murray said. "I did not want him to fail. I had no intentions of hurting him. And I was compassionate. But what I was doing, too, recognizing that Michael Jackson may have had a dependency to a substance. I was trying to wean him off."

    On the recording, Murray insisted he kept a close watch on Jackson after he finally fell asleep. The physician never mentioned the long list of e-mails and calls that cell phone records later revealed.

    The doctor said he left the room for about two minutes to visit the toilet. When he returned, he realized his patient had stopped breathing, Murray said.

    If convicted of involuntary manslaughter, Murray could spend four years in a California prison and lose his medical license.

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    Conrad Murray trial: Defense drops claim Michael Jackson swallowed propofol

    Wednesday, October 12, 2011



    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- During day 11 of the Conrad Murray trial, the doctor's defense team dropped a key claim that Michael Jackson ingested propofol orally.

    "We are no longer contending that propofol was ingested orally in this case, so we are not going to pursue it," defense attorney Michael Flanagan told Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor.

    Lawyers had said in opening statements that the pop star gave himself the fatal dose of the powerful anesthetic, but after reviewing a study about the effects of propofol if swallowed, the defense decided to drop that claim.

    It was not yet clear if the defense was going to argue that Jackson injected himself with propofol.

    On Wednesday, prosecutors called medical experts to the stand to help jurors make sense of all the evidence that has been presented.

    Deputy District Attorney David Walgren first called Dr. Alon Steinberg, a cardiology expert, to the stand.

    Steinberg testified that Murray was grossly negligent in his care of the King of Pop, listing off what he called "extreme deviations" in Murray's care of Jackson. He said that's what contributed to the singer's death.

    Steinberg said Murray did not have equipment such as a pulse oximeter with an alarm, an EKG monitor to check Jackson's heart rate or an automated blood pressure cuff. Murray did have oxygen and one medication on hand to counteract sedation.

    "All those deviations, giving propofol, giving propofol in an unmonitored setting without personnel, without appropriate monitoring, without the appropriate equipment, not being prepared, not appropriately reacting to an arrest, not calling 911 in a timely fashion, all directly impacted his life because if these deviations would not have happened, Mr. Jackson would have been alive," Steinberg testified.

    Steinberg said he has never heard of a doctor using propofol to treat insomnia, and furthermore, he compared giving a patient propofol and not monitoring them to leaving a baby on a counter and walking away.

    Another point Steinberg made was that Murray was not a board certified cardiologist at the time of Jackson's death.

    In the morning when the Jackson family arrived to the courtroom, Katherine Jackson was asked what it's like for them to be in the courtroom. She responded simply with, "Difficult."

    Murray is on trial for involuntary manslaughter for Jackson's sudden death on June 25, 2009, at the age of 50. Prosecutors allege Murray tried to hide the fact that he had been giving propofol to Jackson.

    Murray, 58, has pleaded not guilty and has denied any wrongdoing. If convicted, he could face up to four years in prison and lose his medical license.

    The trial is expected to last five weeks, with Oct. 28 being the estimated last day.

    http://abclocal.go.com/kabc/story?section=news/entertainment&id=8388937

    Jackson would be alive if not for Conrad Murray, expert says

    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2011/10/jackson-would-be-alive-if-not-for-dr-conrad-murray-expert-says.html?track=lat-pick

    Опитите на защитата да оправдаят Мъри ги кара да се оплитат все повече. Експерта каза и повтори на няколко пъти, че Майкъл е можел да бъде спасен, ако Мъри се е обадил веднага на 911. Както и Фланиган да се опитваше да завърти нещата се стигаше до няколко заключения - извършено е неправилно 'лечение'. Когато Фланиган го попита" И не познавате никого, който е ползвал Пропофол по този начин?"/перифразирам защото не помня точния въпрос мисля, че беше "за инсомния" / свидетеля - Стеинбърг, каза: "Не", замълча и добави: "О, познавам един. Д-р Мъри." Имаше и други добри попадения. Питайки го, дали не е било по- важно да се опитва да спаси живота му, а не да се обади на 911 и да губи време, Стеинбърг каза, че веднага е трябвало да се обади, защото той е нямал необходимото оборудване, за да помогне. Каза, че е било грешка да се прави сърдечен масаж и че е трябвало да осигури достъп на кислород като постави главата на Майкъл в необходимата за това позиция и да го обдишва не уста в уста, а да ползва ... не знам бг наименованието, но виждаме на снимките тази торбичка с маската, която служи за обдишване на пода. Питаха го не е ли било важно да потърси помощ, а свидетеля попита: "От кого?", "От охраната", беше отговорът, а той им отговори с контра въпрос:" ЗАщо ще се обаждаш на охраната, а не на 911?!"
    Не мога да предам всичко, което се каза, но за мен този свидетел е истински боец и не подлежи на никакви манипулации. Предполагам, че ще продължат с разпита му и след обедната почивка.
    EDIT: Малка част от думите му:

    Dr. Steinberg: It’s basic knowledge in America— you don’t even have to be a healthcare professional —that when you see someone down, in trouble, you call 911.

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    Dr. Steinberg: I just thought it was strange that a medical professional recognized Mr. Jackson needed help and didn’t call 911, he called an assistant and didn’t even tell him to call. He could have still called 911 himself and put his cell phone on speaker while helping Mr. Jackson.

    ————————
    Dr. Steinberg: I don’t understand what you’re asking me. So you’re saying he’s an addict… so he’d want it no matter the risk or written consent or not?
    Well in that case I’d never give it to him.

    ————————

    ~compares leaving Michael Jackson alone in a bedroom on propofol to leaving a sleeping baby alone on the edge of a kitchen counter~

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    Flanagan (for the what, 30th time?): Have you ever heard of someone using propofol to help someone sleep?

    Dr. Steinberg: I said no! Excuse me, I should have said yes, Dr. Murray.


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    Experts Testifying Against Dr. Conrad Murray Slam His Alleged Usage of Propofol on Michael Jackson

    Prosecutors trying the case against Michael Jackson's doctor on Thursday called a leading expert on the anesthetic propofol Thursday to begin telling jurors about the drug and its acceptable uses.

    Prosecutors and several experts who have already testified contend that Dr. Conrad Murray's use of propofol to help Jackson sleep was a dangerous and reckless decision that cost Jackson his life.

    Dr. Steven Shafer was expected to be the final prosecution witness in the case against Murray.

    The trial was recessed for the day due to a scheduling issue and will resume Monday. Prosecutors were expected to rest their case next week after Shafer's testimony concludes.

    Shafer helped craft guidelines for appropriate propofol dosing for sedation that is included in the packaging of every bottle that is sold.

    Murray told police he was using the anesthetic to help Jackson sleep, which other doctors have testified was a gross deviation from the standard of care.

    Defense attorneys were expected to rely on a colleague of Shafer to offer a counter-argument.

    Authorities say Murray gave Jackson a fatal dose of propofol. Murray has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter.

    Testimony began Thursday with Dr. Nader Kamanger, a UCLA sleep expert, being cross-examined by defense attorney J. Michael Flanagan about Jackson's insomnia.

    Kamanger reiterated for jurors his view that Murray failed Jackson in multiple ways, including not calling 911 in a timely manner, not keeping medical records and not attempting to diagnose the reason why the singer couldn't sleep.

    The defense case shifted Wednesday when an attorney for Dr. Conrad Murray revealed he was abandoning the theory that Jackson swallowed the fatal dose of the anesthetic propofol.

    Previously, Murray's attorneys repeatedly told jurors they will show Jackson self-administered either the anesthetic or the sedative lorazepam without Murray's knowledge. They had invested months before the trial on the theory that Jackson somehow drank propofol and caused his own death.

    Flanagan stunned a judge and prosecutors by saying the results of a study he commissioned confirmed that if Jackson swallowed the anesthetic, its effects would be "trivial." He said the issue wouldn't be raised with jurors.

    Murray's attorneys may still argue that Jackson gave himself the fatal dose of the drugs, but a pair of experts told jurors that even if that happened, it didn't change that Murray went far astray from medical norms.

    The experts, a cardiologist and Kamanger, who both practice emergency medicine, said Murray should have never been giving Jackson propofol as a sleep aid.

    He also noted that Murray left the singer alone in his bedroom on June 25, 2009, with a variety of drugs readily available.

    Jackson's death, he said, was "a foreseeable complication."

    Murray could face up to four years behind bars and the loss of his medical license if convicted.

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2011/10/13/sleep-expert-next-to-testify-in-trial-michael-jacksons-doctor/#ixzz1ahekQOt4


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    Dr. Conrad Murray If Convicted ...
    He May End Up On House Arrest


    If Dr. Conrad Murray is convicted of felony involuntary manslaughter and sentenced to the maximum -- 4 years in state prison -- he will not spend a single day in prison ... and he could end up on house arrest.

    A new law went into effect in California on October 1, which says, because of overcrowding, people convicted of non-violent felonies cannot be sent to State prison. Instead, non-violent felons serve their time in county jail.

    Law enforcement tells TMZ ... involuntary manslaughter is a non-violent felony, which means if Murray is convicted he'd go to L.A. County Jail.

    As for how much time Murray would serve ... L.A. County Sheriff's officials tell TMZ ... Murray would be jailed for half the actual sentence. So if he gets the max -- 4 years -- he would only serve 2.

    But there's a twist ... Murray could actually serve way less than 2 years. Because of severe overcrowding, inmates are eligible for house arrest, based on 2 factors -- their prior criminal history, and risk to the community. Murray has a clean record and, as one law enforcement official put it, he poses no risk ... it's not like he's going to go out with a bottle of Propofol and kill people.

    So if the jail is filled to the gills, the Sheriff could put him on house arrest with an electronic monitoring bracelet. But one official from the Sheriff's Department told us ... Murray wouldn't be placed on house arrest right out of the box. He would almost certainly do some time before the jailhouse doors would open.

    http://www.tmz.com/2011/10/13/dr-conrad-murray-michael-jackson-conviction-possible-house-arrest-no-prison-jail-time-overcrowding/?utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=twitterfeed#.TpgFxHInLfsY

    Ако източниците на tmz са верни заглавието на темата би трябвало да се промени и да изглежда: "Свърши се". Жалко е и тъжно.


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    ...И накрая даже и ще го потупат по рамото и ще го погалят, за да преживее по-леко стреса от делото.../Мъри имам предвид/...


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    Може, да. Ми то си е притеснение.

    Death delays trial of Michael Jackson's doctor

    Los Angeles (CNN) -- Testimony in the trial of Michael Jackson's doctor has been put on hold beyond Monday, and possibly longer, because the father of the prosecution's last witness died.

    Прочети повече: http://edition.cnn.com/2011/10/17/justice/california-conrad-murray-trial/


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    Писане by L.O.V.E. MJ on Вто Окт 18, 2011 3:23 pm

    andeli написа:

    Махнали са го. Какво имаше във видеото?


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    Нищо особено нямаше на видеото. Проследяваха вероятната линия, по която ще "тръгне" защитата.

    Testimony in trial of Michael Jackson’s doctor to resume Wednesday after new tests disclosed

    LOS ANGLES — A judge delayed resumption of the trial of the doctor charged in Michael Jackson’s death until Wednesday to give defense attorneys time to analyze new testing that coroner’s officials recently conducted.

    Testimony had been canceled on Monday so that the prosecution’s final witness, Dr. Steven Shafer, could deal with family affairs after his father died last week.

    Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor agreed to delay the case against Dr. Conrad Murray for another day after defense attorneys said they needed time to prepare for how to deal with testing the coroner’s office conducted last week on the level of the sedative lorazepam in Jackson’s system.

    Murray’s attorneys have suggested that authorities ignored the effects lorazapam may have had on the pop superstar and said their own testing suggested Jackson had taken eight pills before his death.

    Coroner’s officials determined Jackson died from a lethal dose of the anesthetic propofol. Authorities contend Murray gave Jackson the fatal dose and other sedatives in the singer’s bedroom to try to help him sleep. Murray has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter.

    Deputy District Attorney David Walgren said the defense lab’s results combine two numbers to make it seem like there was more lorazepam in Jackson’s system than may have been present. He said the coroner’s tests show a much smaller amount was actually in Jackson’s system and are inconsistent with the theory that he swallowed several pills.

    Lead defense attorney Ed Chernoff said he had numerous questions about the coroner’s testing and had asked the agency to conduct the same test before the trial began but was told it couldn’t be done. He said he didn’t yet know what impact it will have on how Murray’s defense case is presented.

    Defense attorneys are expected to begin calling their own witnesses, including experts, later this week.

    Pastor agreed it was an issue that defense attorneys needed time to address. He ordered attorneys to give him an update at a hearing Tuesday afternoon.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/testimony-in-trial-of-michael-jacksons-doctor-to-resume-wednesday-after-new-tests-disclosed/2011/10/17/gIQAqt7jrL_story.html


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    Murray defense to say Jackson caused own death

    (CBS News)

    For the two years since Michael Jackson died, the question has been -- who is responsible?

    In court last week, three medical experts pointed the finger directly at Jackson's doctor, Conrad Murray, who gave the singer the powerful sedative Propofol to help him sleep.

    But by the end of the week, defense lawyers will begin laying out their case, pointing the finger back at Michael Jackson.

    CBS News legal analyst Trent Copeland said, "Don't expect the defense to try to confront this mountain of evidence that's been building against Dr. Conrad Murray over the course of the last three weeks -- they won't. What they will do instead is try to narrowly focus their attack on the two minutes when Dr. Conrad Murray left Michael Jackson's side."

    CBS News National Correspondent Ben Tracy reported Murray's attorneys are expected to argue that, during this time, Jackson gave himself another dose of Propofol and took eight tablets of the anti-anxiety drug Lorazepam, and that's what killed him.

    "The theory will also go on to say that Conrad Murray could not have been responsible for his death because Michael Jackson's own conduct was a superseding, intervening factor that contributed to his death," Copeland said.

    Murray's defense team is expected to call 15 witnesses to the stand.

    For more on what's next in the case, "The Early Show" turned to Jean Casarez, correspondent for truTV's "In Session."

    Casarez said, "The issue, the challenge (in this case) is cause of death. Who caused Michael Jackson's death? Because, if the jury believes there's reasonable doubt, that Michael swallowed Lorazepam pills or that he put some Propofol in him right before he died, then they cannot convict Conrad Murray."

    She added, "(The defense) has really got to focus in on Michael Jackson. I don't think they have to just absolutely make a mockery of his life, but they have to show the person he was, that he was so uptight, he was paranoid. He wasn't making rehearsals. He wasn't well. He was absolutely scared to death to go on the road for this big concert tour. (And) because of that, he needed to sleep. He would do anything to sleep. You know, a lot of the jurors have family members that have been addicted to alcohol and drugs. They have got to show that addict mentality, so a juror can say, 'You know? An addict will do what they have to do and sneak behind their back to get what they want. And for Michael Jackson, it was to take pills and inject Propofol so he could rest."



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