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    Писане by andeli on Съб Яну 08, 2011 11:28 am

    Bodyguard expected to testify against Jackson doc

    By ANTHONY McCARTNEY, AP Entertainment Writer Anthony Mccartney, Ap Entertainment Writer

    LOS ANGELES – A bodyguard who prosecutors say was ordered by the doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death to conceal syringes and other items before calling 911 is expected to shed light on the chaotic efforts that failed to revive the King of Pop.

    Alberto Alvarez will testify Wednesday at a preliminary hearing against Dr. Conrad Murray about the doctor's attempts to revive the singer on June 25, 2009, his attorney said.

    The bodyguard's testimony could provide key corroboration to the prosecutors' argument that Murray's actions demonstrated "an extreme deviation from the standard of care" by administering the powerful anesthetic propofol without the proper equipment, and also concealing it and botching efforts to resuscitate the singer.

    An autopsy report found Jackson died from an overdose of propofol.

    Deputy District Attorney David Walgren said Tuesday that Murray forced Alvarez, 34, to gather and conceal items before calling 911 to try to help Jackson. Walgren told a judge that he would present evidence that Murray waited much as 21 minutes before calling for paramedics.

    At the end of the preliminary hearing, which was expected to go into next week, a judge will rule whether there is enough evidence for Murray to stand trial on an involuntary manslaughter charge in the pop star's death. He faces up to four years in prison if convicted.

    The Houston cardiologist has pleaded not guilty, and his attorneys have contended he did not give Jackson anything that "should have" killed the singer.

    On Tuesday, Jackson friend and choreographer Kenny Ortega described how the singer appeared sick during one rehearsal days before his death and left early. The rehearsals were for a series of planned comeback concerts in London.

    Ortega said after that incident, Murray "was upset that I had sent Michael home the night before and didn't allow him to rehearse."

    The hearing, attended by international media and fans, provided another glimpse into the private life of Jackson, a one-time superstar who grew reclusive after his acquittal on child molestation charges in 2005.

    He was described fondly by former workers, even though the singer wouldn't allow staff into his bedroom or even the second floor of his rented mansion.

    It was in that room that Walgren said Murray was providing Jackson propofol roughly six times a week since being hired as the singer's personal physician in May 2009. It was also in that room where Jackson died, the prosecutor said, long before help was summoned.

    Another bodyguard, Faheem Muhammad, testified that he saw Jackson lying on his bed, his eyes and mouth wide open, when he arrived. He described Murray as panicked, and that the doctor asked whether anyone knew CPR.

    The hearing was expected to include testimony from police, coroner's officials and forensic experts who will describe the mix of sedatives found in Jackson's system.

    Preliminary hearings have a lower burden of proof than trials, and defense attorneys rarely present a case. Murray's attorney, Ed Chernoff, did not make an opening statement.

    The 57-year-old cardiologist passed notes to his attorney, but did not speak during Tuesday's proceedings.

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110105/ap_en_ot/us_michael_jackson_doctor

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    TMZ

    MJ's Security Guard: Murray Said Hide The Bottles

    Alberto Alvarez, a bodyguard who says he was MJ's Director of Logistics, testified Dr. Conrad Murray instructed him to remove bottles from Michael's bedroom -- along with an IV bag with a milk-white substance, before calling 911.

    Alvarez says he walked into MJ's bedroom sometime after 12:17 PM and say MIchael laying motionless. He says Murray told him Michael had "an allergic reaction," then ordered him to collect a bag of bottles and put them in a bag.

    And this is big. Alavrez says Murray then "instructed me to remove the IV bag from the IV stand."

    For the record, law enforcement believes the milky-white substance in the bag was Propofol.

    Alvarez says there was a second IV bag -- which we know contained saline -- and Murray told him to leave it there.

    Alvarez says only after the bottles and bag were collected did Murray tell him to call 911.

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    NN In Session

    Alberto Alvarez, MJ's head of logistics, was the first to take the stand this morning. He spoke about meeting Conrad Murray.

    Alvarez details discovery of MJ’s death & described frantic situation- Paris crying, Murray giving compressions, MJ on bed w/eyes wide open

    Alvarez said, “After he [Murray] said ‘he had a reaction, he had a bad reaction I was frozen. I glanced around to look at the whole scene.

    Alvarez continued, “He then grabbed a handful of bottles or vials and he instructed me to put them in a bag."

    After describing how he helbed put items in a bag for Murray, Alvarez says he was the first to call 9-1-1.

    Alvarez said he helped Conrad Murray give chest compressions & that Murray said that was the first time he'd given mouth to mouth.

    KFI crime reporter

    "bodyguard at prelim: MJ looked dead long before 911 call, Doc Murray confided he'd never done CPR before trying to revive Jackson"

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    Bodyguard says Michael Jackson doc concealed vials
    by ANTHONY McCARTNEY AP Entertainment Writer 02:35 AM Jan 06, 2011
    LOS ANGELES (AP) - A bodyguard says he saw a doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death grab a handful of vials and put them in a bag during frantic efforts to revive the King of Pop.

    Alberto Alvarez was the first security guard to reach the bedroom where prosecutors say Murray administered a fatal dose of the anesthetic propofol to Jackson on June 25, 2009.

    The 34-year-old testified Wednesday he was frozen at the sight of Jackson on the bed with his eyes and mouth open. He says Murray ordered him to place several vials the doctor had scooped up into a brown canvas bag.

    Alvarez says the events occurred before he was told to call 911.

    http://www.todayonline.com/BreakingNews/EDC110106-0000077/Bodyguard-says-Michael-Jackson-doc-concealed-vials



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    Michael Jackson hearing: Security guard says Dr. Conrad Murray told him to grab evidence before calling 911
    January 5, 2011 | 11:23 am
    In the moments after Michael Jackson stopped breathing, the singer’s doctor performed a one-handed version of CPR while Jackson was in bed and frantically grabbed evidence from the room before instructing a security guard to call 911, the guard testified Wednesday.

    Alberto Alvarez, who was the first person to walk into Jackson’s bedroom after Dr. Conrad Murray realized his patient had stopped breathing, gave the dramatic testimony in the second day of the physician's preliminary hearing.

    The proceedings in L.A. County Superior Court will determine whether there is enough evidence for Murray to be tried on involuntary manslaughter charges in connection with Jackson’s June 25, 2009, death. Several members of the Jackson family -– Janet, Rebbie, Randy, Katherine and LaToya Jackson -– were in the courtroom Wednesday.

    Alvarez said that when he walked into the second-floor bedroom of Jackson’s Holmby Hills mansion, the pop singer was sprawled out on the bed with his eyes and mouth open, and Murray was administering chest compressions with one hand.

    “I said, ‘Dr. Murray, what happened?’" Alvarez said. "'He had a bad reaction, he had a bad reaction,’ that’s all he said.”

    Alvarez said Jackson’s children followed him into the room, and Jackson’s daughter, Paris, screamed “Daddy,” and started crying, Alvarez testified, choking up as he described the scene.
    Murray told him to get the children out of the room, saying, "'Don’t let them see their father like this,'" Alvarez said. “I turned to the children and I told them, ‘Don’t worry children, we’ll take care of him, please go outside,’” he said.

    After he escorted the children out of the room, Alvarez noticed the singer’s penis was out of his underwear and tubing was attached to it.

    Deputy Dist. Atty. David Walgren asked Alvarez if he knew what a condom catheter was; he responded that he did not.

    Murray then began grabbing a handful of medicine bottles and instructed Alvarez to put them in a bag, Alvarez testified. Alvarez said he grabbed a plastic bag from a chair and held it out as the doctor dropped the bottles inside, then put them in a brown canvas bag on the floor as Murray asked him to do.

    Murray also instructed him to grab one of two bags from an IV stand next to Jackson’s bed and put it into another bag, Alvarez said. He noticed a “milk-like substance” at the bottom of the IV bag, he said. Jackson died from intoxication of propofol, a powerful surgical anesthetic.

    It was then that Murray instructed him to call 911, Alvarez testified.

    “After you had collected the bottles per Dr. Murray’s instructions, and after you had collected the bags per Dr. Murray’s instructions, did Dr. Murray instruct you to call 911?” Walgren said.

    “Yes, sir,” Alvarez responded.

    Walgren then played the 911 call from the morning of Jackson’s death. When Alvarez told the emergency operator that a 50-year-old man was on a bed, unconscious and not breathing, the operator instructed him to move the man to the floor to perform CPR.

    When Alvarez told the operator that the man’s personal physician was there, the operator expressed surprise.

    “Oh, you have a doctor there?” the operator said, adding that the doctor would be the “higher authority.”

    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2011/01/michael-jackson-hearing-security-guard-conrad-murray.html#more

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    CNN UPDATE: http://edition.cnn.com/2011/CRIME/01/05/california.conrad.murray.hearing/index.html

    Witness describes Michael Jackson's daughter's anguish

    By Alan Duke, CNN
    January 5, 2011 -- Updated 1919 GMT (0319 HKT)


    Dr. Conrad Murray remains free on a $75,000 bond. A pretrial hearing is expected to last two or three weeks.

    STORY HIGHLIGHTS

    * NEW: Paris Jackson cried "Daddy!" as Dr. Murray tried to revive her dad, witness says
    * Jackson's family, including sister Janet, attend Wednesday's court hearing
    * Dr. Conrad Murray asked guards if they knew CPR, witness says
    * He delayed calling 911 for 21 minutes, prosecutor says



    Los Angeles (CNN) -- Michael Jackson's two oldest children, Prince and Paris, watched from a bedroom doorway as Dr. Conrad Murray tried to revive their father, according to a security guard.
    "Paris screamed 'Daddy!' and she started crying," Alberto Alvarez testified at a preliminary hearing for Murray, who is charged with involuntary manslaughter in Jackson's death in June 2009.
    Michael Jackson's parents, three sisters, and brother Randy listened from the second row of the Los Angeles County courtroom as Alvarez, apparently near tears, described the scene.
    "Dr. Murray then said 'Get them out, get them out. Don't let them see their father like this,'" Alvarez said. "I turned to the children and I told them 'Don't worry, children, we'll take care of it. Go outside please.'"
    The Los Angeles Superior Court preliminary hearing, which began Tuesday, is expected to last two or three weeks, with 20 to 30 witnesses testifying. Judge Michael Pastor will determine whether there is probable cause to send Murray to trial.

    Jackson's doctor heads to court

    Murray faces court hearing

    Events surrounding Jackson's death

    http://topics.edition.cnn.com/topics/conrad_murray
    http://topics.edition.cnn.com/topics/michael_jackson
    http://topics.edition.cnn.com/topics/criminal_trials

    On Tuesday, Jackson's former security chief testified that Murray seemed not to know how to administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation as he waited for paramedics to arrive at the singer's house.
    Faheem Muhammed said he and Alvarez saw Murray crouched next to Jackson's bed "in a panicked state asking, 'Does anyone know CPR?'"
    "I looked at Alberto because we knew Dr. Murray was a heart surgeon, so we were shocked," Muhammed said.
    When defense lawyer Ed Chernoff asked if perhaps Murray was only asking for help because he was tired, Muhammed said, "The way that he asked it is as if he didn't know CPR."
    Jackson appeared to be dead at that time, with his "eyes open and his mouth open, just laying there," Muhammed said.
    Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney David Walgren earlier said that Murray used "ineffectual CPR with one hand while the patient was prone on a soft bed." Using two hands with the patient prone on a hard surface is the proper method, he said.
    Muhammed, the third witness on the opening day of the hearing, said he never saw Murray performing CPR on Jackson before paramedics arrived and transported the singer to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.
    Muhammed's testimony on Tuesday also described Prince and Paris watching from the bedroom door.
    "Paris was on the floor on her hands and knees and she was just crying," he said.
    The children would learn two hours later, when Murray and Jackson manager Frank Dileo talked to them in a hospital room, that their father had died.
    "Frank blurted out and said, 'Your daddy had a heart attack and died,'" Jackson personal assistant Michael Williams testified.
    The hearing began Tuesday with a prosecutor saying that Murray waited at least 21 minutes after he found Jackson unresponsive before calling for an ambulance.
    "By all accounts, Michael Jackson was dead in the bedroom at 100 North Carolwood prior to the paramedics' arrival," Walgren said.
    The coroner concluded Jackson died from "acute propofol intoxication," in combination with "the contributory effects of the benzodiazepines," he said.
    Propofol is a powerful anesthetic used to "put people under for surgery," and the benzodiazepines were sedatives Murray later acknowledged giving Jackson in the morning before his death, he said.
    "Michael Jackson was preparing for one of the most important tours of his life" in the months before his death, Walgren said.
    Murray's defense team has hinted it would argue that Jackson was under pressure from the concert promoter, which led him to demand treatments to help him sleep.
    Kenny Ortega, who was directing what would have been Jackson's comeback concerts, was the first of about 30 witnesses to be called by the prosecution.
    Ortega described Jackson as "involved, active, participating" at his last rehearsal, which ended just 12 or 14 hours before the singer died.
    "He was in a delightful mood and we had an absolutely fantastic day," Ortega testified.
    But Ortega described a different, "scary" Michael Jackson at the Staples Center rehearsal on June 19, six nights before his death.
    "I just felt that he appeared, you know, really lost," Ortega said. "It was scary. I didn't know what was wrong. I couldn't put my finger on it."
    Ortega suggested to Jackson that he cut his rehearsal short and go home to rest.
    He was called to a meeting at Jackson's home the next day, where he was "scolded" by Murray for having sent Jackson home the night before, Ortega said.
    "Dr. Murray told me that this was not my responsibility and he asked me not to act like a doctor or psychologist," he said.
    Ortega said it was an emotional meeting, but he denied yelling at Jackson. "It wasn't yelling," he said. "It was about caring."
    "Michael said, 'I know you love me and I know you care about me, but you don't have to worry. I'm fine,'" Ortega said. "It was Michael's voice that calmed me."
    Randy Phillips, the CEO of concert promoter AEG Live, and Dileo were at this meeting, along with Murray and Jackson, Ortega said.
    A civil lawsuit filed last year by Michael Jackson's mother against AEG Live alleged that Phillips visited Jackson's home on June 18, 2009, to warn "that if Jackson missed any further rehearsals, they were going to 'pull the plug' on the show."
    "AEG told Murray that he had to make sure Jackson got to rehearsals," Katherine Jackson's lawsuit charged.
    The prosecutor told the judge that medical experts would testify that Murray, hired as Jackson's personal physician while he prepared for his concert tour, took "a number of actions" that "showed an extreme deviation from the standard of care."
    In addition to the CPR performed by Murray that the prosecutor described as "ineffectual," this would include administering propofol in a home setting without proper monitoring. No medical equipment that could have monitored Jackson's pulse and breathing were found in the upstairs bedroom, Walgren said.
    The 20-minute delay in calling 911 for paramedics was contrary to standard care, he said.
    When paramedics arrived, Murray failed to tell them about the propofol or other drugs given to Jackson that morning, Walgren said. That, too, was contrary to standard care, he said. Murray also neglected to tell emergency room doctors who were trying to revive Jackson at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center about the drugs, Walgren said.
    Murray remains free on $75,000 bond.

    ___________________________________

    TMZ UPDATE: During cross examination, Ed Chernoff, Murray's lawyer, got Alvarez to admit he never told the cops about Murray ordering him to remove the bottles. Alvarez also admitted he may sell his story.

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    Jackson doctor 'ordered aide to remove evidence'
    (AFP) – 24 minutes ago
    LOS ANGELES — Michael Jackson's doctor instructed an aide to remove medical equipment next to the singer's body before paramedics arrived, a court probing the medic's role in his death was told Wednesday.
    Conrad Murray, accused of involuntary manslaughter over the pop icon's shock death on June 25, 2009, also gathered up a number of bottles before anyone called 911 for emergency help, the aide testified.
    Alberto Alvarez, described as a logistics director for Jackson, said that when he entered the star's bedroom, he found Murray giving the apparently dead singer cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) with one hand.
    The doctor then gathered a number of bottles or vials and asked Alvarez to put them in a plastic bag. He then put the plastic bag inside a larger brown bag, Alvarez said.
    "When I did that, he then instructed me to remove an IV bag from the IV stand," Alvarez said, referring to intravenous drip equipment used to administer medication to Jackson, who died from drug-induced respiratory arrest.
    The IV material -- including a "milk-like substance" in the IV bag, was placed in a separate bag, the aide said, adding that all of this was done before anyone called 911.

    http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5iK4AI3C5hWSa_8kvFkekbbBeUFEQ?docId=CNG.73f2f224bb3634c80ddd331e82f260e4.521

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    Re: Предварително изслушване 5. 01. 2011

    Писане by andeli on Съб Яну 08, 2011 11:41 am

    More details

    Michael Jackson hearing: Family members weep as more details emerge on pop star's death


    With Michael Jackson lying lifeless in a bed, his doctor ordered a security guard to remove an IV bag of medication resembling the anesthetic blamed in the pop star’s death before calling for an ambulance, the guard testified Wednesday.

    Alberto Alvarez told a Superior Court judge deciding whether there is enough evidence to try Dr. Conrad Murray for involuntary manslaughter that the physician first told him the singer needed an ambulance urgently, but then instructed him to gather up medical vials and an IV bag in larger bags.

    “I noticed that inside (the IV bag), there was like a bottle ... and then I noticed that at the bottom of the bag there was a milk-like substance,” Alvarez testified. The surgical anesthetic propofol –- which the coroner said caused Jackson’s death -- is a white liquid administered intravenously.

    Murray, 57, acknowledged giving the singer propofol as a sleep aid in an interview with police, authorities have said.

    Testifying on the second day of the preliminary hearing, Alvarez offered the closest view yet of Murray’s behavior after Jackson stopped breathing in a bedroom of his rented Holmby Hills mansion.

    The first security guard on the scene, Alvarez said that when he arrived in the bedroom, Murray was doing chest compressions on Jackson in the bed with one hand.
    “He said, ‘We need to get him a hospital. We need to get an ambulance,’” Alvarez quoted Murray as telling him.

    He said that when he asked Murray what had happened, the doctor said Jackson “had a bad reaction.”

    But soon after that, Murray grabbed a handful of medical vials from Jackson’s nightstand and told Alvarez to place them in a bag, the guard testified. He repeated the instruction for the IV bag containing the white substance, but did not tell him to remove another IV bag, he said.

    Only then, Alvarez testified, did the doctor order him to call for an ambulance.

    Paramedics and emergency room doctors are expected to testify later in the hearing that Murray concealed his use of propofol from them as they worked to save Jackson’s life.

    Prosecutors have said other medical experts will testify that Murray did not have proper monitoring equipment for administering propofol, a drug that can suppress the respiratory system.

    Alvarez said he did not see any heart or blood pressure monitors in the room, but Murray clipped a monitoring device to Jackson’s finger after paramedics were called.

    Deputy Dist. Atty. David Walgren played the 911 call for Judge Michael Pastor.

    When Alvarez told the emergency operator that the stricken man’s personal physician was there, the operator expressed surprise.

    “Oh, you have a doctor there?” the operator said, adding the doctor would be the “higher authority.”

    Alvarez said before they arrived, Murray asked him and another security guard if they knew how to perform CPR. Prosecutors have said Murray was doing it incorrectly by using one hand and on a soft mattress.

    Alvarez said the 911 operator told them to move Jackson to the floor to administer CPR. There, Alvarez said, he did chest compressions while Murray gave the singer mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.

    “After the second time, he gave a breath, he came up and said, 'You know, this is the first time I give mouth to mouth, but I have to do it, he’s my friend,'" Alvarez said.

    In the spectator’s gallery, Janet Jackson, the singer’s sister, shook her head and held the bridge of her nose with her fingers. Jackson family members and friends filled an entire row in the courtroom for the dramatic testimony.

    His mother, Katherine, dabbed away tears as Alvarez recalled Jackson’s daughter, Paris, rushing into the bedroom where her father lay stricken and screaming, “Daddy!”

    Alvarez, his own voice choking with emotion, recalled Murray shouting, “Get them out! Get them out! Don’t let them see their father like this.”

    The cardiologist, who was tending to Jackson during a comeback attempt, has pleaded not guilty and said through his lawyers that he did nothing that should have caused Jackson’s death.

    Under cross-examination, Alvarez acknowledged he had not told police in two initial interviews that Murray had ordered him to remove potential evidence.

    “You didn’t think it was suspicious?” asked defense lawyer Ed Chernoff.

    “Apparently not, sir,” Alvarez said.

    “You thought he was packing up to go to the hospital, right?” the lawyer asked.

    “Yes, sir,” Alvarez replied.

    Chernoff also questioned Alvarez about his relationship with the Jackson family, which briefly employed him as a guard for the late singer’s children, and his discussions with other Jackson staffers, with whom he shares an attorney.

    Alvarez acknowledged that he had refused to speak to a defense investigator who had sought to interview him, but that in a police interview he had said he might sell his story to the media at a later date.

    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2011/01/michael-jackson-hearing-more-details-on-day-of-pop-stars-death.html

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    CNN In Session

    Conrad Murray Hearing: Alvarez testifies Conrad Murray asked him to put an I.V. bag, medicine bottles and vials into another bag in Jackson's room

    Alvarez says that the I.V. bag had 'very little fluid' in it and that there was a 'white, milky substance' at the bottom of the I.V. bag.

    Sky News Correspondent : Murray's lawyer testing Alvarez, asking him to confirm whether it was dark in MJ's room - suggesting his observations may be inaccurate

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    Писане by andeli on Съб Яну 08, 2011 11:45 am

    AP has their story about Alberto Alvarez up

    Alberto Alvarez said he was the first security guard to reach Jackson's room after word came that something was wrong. He described a shocking scene.
    The King of Pop was on his bed connected to an IV tube and a urinary catheter. His eyes and mouth were open, and Dr. Conrad Murray was leaning over him doing one-handed chest compressions to try to revive him.
    Alvarez said he was "frozen" at the sight.
    "I said, 'Dr. Murray, what happened?' And he said, 'He had a reaction. He had a bad reaction,'" Alvarez recalled.
    The testimony came during a preliminary hearing to determine if Murray, the singer's personal physician, will be tried on a charge of involuntary manslaughter.
    Authorities contend Murray gave Jackson a lethal dose of the powerful anesthetic propofol and other sedatives in the bedroom of his rented mansion before he died on June 25, 2009.
    Deputy District Attorney David Walgren said in his opening statement that Jackson was already dead when Murray summoned help and tried to conceal his administering of propofol to the pop star, ordering the bodyguard to collect items before paramedics were called.
    Murray was providing Jackson propofol roughly six times a week since being hired as the singer's personal physician in May 2009, as Jackson prepared for a series of comeback concerts, Walgren said.
    On the witness stand, Alvarez recalled Jackson's children Paris and Prince walking into the room during the effort to revive their father.
    "Paris screamed, 'Daddy!' and she started to cry. Dr. Murray said, 'Get them out. Don't let them see him like this,'" the bodyguard said.
    Alvarez's voice choked as he described Paris crying and he took a moment to compose himself.
    "I said, 'children, don't worry, we'll take care of this.' And I escorted them out and left the door ajar," Alvarez said.
    In the courtroom audience, Jackson's mother, Katherine, dabbed at her eyes during the most detailed public account yet of events surrounding the death of her son. She came to court with her husband, Joe, and children Randy, Janet and LaToya. They made no eye contact with Murray across the courtroom.
    They heard Alvarez testify that he helped Murray bag the medicine and saw an unidentified "white milky substance" in the bottom of an intravenous bag.
    "He just grabbed a handful of bottles, or vials, and he instructed me to put them in a bag," Alvarez testified, adding Murray also told him to place an intravenous bag into another sack.
    "Is it true that 911 had not been called yet?" Walgren asked.
    "That's true," Alvarez replied.
    After collecting everything and bagging it, Alvarez said, Murray told him to call 911. The prosecutor then played a recording of the call.
    Alvarez was heard on the tape telling the 911 operator that Jackson's private doctor was there, and she responded that he would be "the higher authority."
    When the operator said to transfer Jackson to the floor, Alvarez grabbed Jackson's legs and Murray grabbed his upper body. He said at that point he noticed the IV in Jackson's leg that had to be removed. Alvarez also saw that Jackson had the urinary catheter.
    Alvarez said Murray then asked him to give Jackson chest compression, while Murray did mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
    Murray said, "'You know this is the first time I give mouth-to-mouth but I have to do it because he's my friend,'" Alvarez recalled.
    "Did it appear he was breathing," Walgren asked.
    "No sir," Alvarez said.
    "His eyes and mouth were open?" the prosecutor asked.
    "Yes," the witness said.
    "Did he seem to be alive or dead?" Walgren asked.
    "Dead, sir," Alvarez said.

    http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/ap/top/all/7367707.html

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    In the hallway. The chef, Kia Chase testified. The only noteworthy thing she testified to was that Dr. Murray did not ask her to call 911 when around 12:05 pm, he came down the stairwell, called for her to "Get security, get Prince." She testified that normally, Dr. Murray would come downstairs to the kitchen to get the juice she would prepare for Michael around 10 am. Dr. Murray did not come down at all to get the juice that morning. She also noted that the dinner she prepared the night before and left in the refrigerator for when they returned from rehearsals at the Staple Center, was untouched when she arrived around 8:30 am that day.

    The first paramedic, Richard Senneff, who entered the house is now on the stand under direct examination.

    http://sprocket-trials.blogspot.com/

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    TMZ

    EMT Testifies MJ Dead for a While ... Murray Covered-Up

    An EMT who arrived at Michael Jackson's house 4 minutes after the 911 call says Michael was dead when he arrived, and it looked like he had been dead for a long time before Dr. Conrad Murray called 911.

    Richard Senneff testified when he arrived at MJ's house and saw MJ, he looked like a hospice patient -- extremely frail.

    Senneff says he believes Murray must have waited at least 20 minutes before calling 911, based on the condition of the body. MJ's EKG was flatlined.

    And Senneff said, when he asked Murray if MJ had been taking meds, all Murray volunteered was lorazepam (Ativan). Murray never uttered a peep about Propofol.

    Murray told Senneff Jackson had been "dehydrated."

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    MJ Cook to Prince: "Something May be Wrong with Your Dad"

    Kai Chase, Michael Jackson's cook, testified after Michael stopped breathing, Dr. Murray came downstairs in a panic and summoned Prince ... and Chase told the boy, "Something may be wrong with your dad."

    Chase says it was evident there was an emergency and the housekeepers started crying.

    Chase had testified MJ was on an extremely healthy diet, dining on seared ahi tuna salad for lunch the day before he died.

    She found it odd that she prepared Tuscan white bean soup for MJ and Murray the night before Jackson died, but when she came to work the next morning the soup was untouched.

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    Michael Jackson hearing: Paramedic had 'gut feeling' Dr. Conrad Murray wasn't telling truth
    January 5, 2011 | 3:27 pm
    A paramedic who was called to the scene of Michael Jackson’s final moments testified Wednesday that he had a “gut feeling” the singer’s physician was not telling the truth as emergency personnel worked to revive the pop icon.

    Richard Senneff, who has worked for the Los Angeles Fire Department for 25 years, said that when he arrived at Jackson’s rented Holmby Hills home, Dr. Conrad Murray told him Jackson’s condition had “just happened.”

    Yet based on the performer’s dilated pupils, dry eyes and his skin, which was cold to the touch, Senneff believed Jackson may have been dead for more than 20 minutes, the paramedic said.

    “All I can tell you is my gut feeling at the time was this did not just happen, it’s been a period of time,” Senneff testified in a hearing being held to determine whether Murray should stand trial in Jackson's death.

    Senneff said other things Murray told him did not seem to add up: that Jackson had no underlying condition and was just being treated for dehydration, and that the only medication he had been given was the sedative lorazepam.

    Even when pressed repeatedly about what medication Jackson had been given, Murray never mentioned the powerful anesthetic that was eventually determined to have caused the singer’s death.
    “At that time or any time, did Dr. Murray tell you he’d given the patient propofol?” Deputy Dist. Atty. David Walgren asked.

    “No, sir,” Senneff responded.

    Senneff testified that he initially thought Jackson was a hospice patient because he appeared pale and underweight, with an IV stand and a personal physician at his bedside.

    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2011/01/michael-jackson-hearing-paramedic-had-gut-feeling-dr-conrad-murray-not-telling-truth.html#more

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    CNN In Session

    Senneff is being questioned by prosecutor David Walgren.

    Senneff was the first firefighter to go inside of MJ’s home on June 25th.

    Senneff says Conrad Murray never told him that he’d given MJ Propofol, Murray only mentioned giving him MJ Lorazepam.

    Senneff says paramedics hooked MJ up to an EKG and he was flatline-his hands and feet ‘tinged blue’ and his pupils were fully dilated.

    Senneff thinks MJ had been dead at least 20 minutes before paramedics arrived.

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    CNN In Session

    Senneff says despite resuscitation efforts and three rounds of giving MJ epinephrine & atropine, paramedics did not feel a pulse on MJ.

    Senneff testifies Conrad Murray was the only person who claimed to feel a pulse on MJ.

    Senneff testifies to Pros. Walgren that no attempts to revive Jackson were ever successful and a no pulse for MJ was found by paramedics.

    On cross, Senneff tells defense attny. Joseph Low that when he entered Jackson's room, he did not see Murray giving MJ CPR.

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    EMT: Murray Wouldn't Accept That Michael Was Dead

    An EMT continued testifying after a recess, stating all of the emergency workers at Michael Jackson's house knew the singer was dead, but Dr. Murray wouldn't "call it."

    Richard Senneff testified about facts that TMZ has been reporting for more than a year -- that when paramedics arrived at MJ's house, there was no sign of life and no chance of revival. Nevertheless, Senneff testified Dr. Murray claimed to feel a pulse and, as the senior medical person on scene, refused to pronounce MJ dead.

    Murray ordered the EMTs to take MJ to the hospital. Senneff said the ride was "unbelievable ... like the Rose Parade. People running down the street, taking pictures, random cars passing the ambulance. It was insane."

    Once at UCLA, Senneff said Murray was "spinning ... moving around, nervous, sweating, multitasking."

    On cross examination, Ed Chernoff got Senneff to admit ... Jackson's skeletal, frail frame, along with his black/bluish feet, were signs of a drug addict.

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    Justice4MJ reports Senneff never admitted or even answered the drug addict question: Senneff said how can I even answer that? He didn't know where the defense was going with that! And the judge cut off off right there! He never answered yes to that question!

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    Summary of Preliminary Hearing Day 2 Jan 5th 2011

    - Janet, Latoya, Randy, Rebbie, Katherine and Joe Jackson attend the hearing.

    - Alberto Alvarez, Kai Chase and first responder EMT testifies.

    Alberto Alvarez Testimony

    - Alvarez says that he was the first one to walk into MJ's bedroom. He says when he walked in MJ was sprawled out on the bed with his eyes and mouth open, and Murray was administering chest compressions with one hand.

    - The below is a part of his testimony
    "Did it appear he was breathing," Walgren asked.
    "No sir," Alvarez said.
    "His eyes and mouth were open?" the prosecutor asked.
    "Yes," the witness said.
    "Did he seem to be alive or dead?" Walgren asked.
    "Dead, sir," Alvarez said.

    - Alvarez said that he was frozen by the sight.

    - Alvarez asks "‘Dr. Murray, what happened?" and Murray tells him "He had a reaction. He had a bad reaction"

    - Alvarez recalls MJ's kids Prince and Paris following him upstairs and Paris screaming "Daddy" and starting to cry.

    - Murray says "Get them out. Don't let them see their father like this" to Alvarez.

    - Alvarez says "I said, 'children, don't worry, we'll take care of him, please go outside.' And I escorted them out and left the door ajar,".

    - After he escorted the children out of the room, Alvarez noticed the MJ’s penis was out of his underwear and tubing (condom catheter) was attached to it.

    - "He just grabbed a handful of bottles, or vials, and he instructed me to put them in a bag," Alvarez testified, adding Murray also told him to place an intravenous bag into another sack. Alvarez said he grabbed a plastic bag from a chair and held it out as the doctor dropped the bottles inside, then put them in a brown canvas bag on the floor as Murray asked him to do. He also confirmed that 911 had not been called yet.

    - Alvarez says that the I.V. bag had 'very little fluid' in it and that there was a 'white, milky substance' at the bottom of the I.V. bag.“I noticed that inside (the IV bag), there was like a bottle ... and then I noticed that at the bottom of the bag there was a milk-like substance,” Alvarez testified.

    - Only after collecting the bottles, Murray tells Alvarez to call 911. He calls 911 in that call he tells the 911 operator that Jackson's private doctor was there, and she responded that he would be "the higher authority."

    - Alvarez said he did not see any heart or blood pressure monitors in the room, but Murray clipped a monitoring device to Jackson’s finger after paramedics were called.

    - When the operator said to transfer Jackson to the floor, Alvarez grabbed Jackson's legs and Murray grabbed his upper body. He said at that point he noticed the IV in Jackson's leg that had to be removed.

    - On the floor Alvarez said, he did chest compressions while Murray gave the singer mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.“After the second time, he gave a breath, he came up and said, 'You know, this is the first time I give mouth to mouth, but I have to do it, he’s my friend,'" Alvarez said.

    - Under cross examination Alvarez acknowledged he had not told police in two initial interviews that Murray had ordered him to remove potential evidence. Below is a part of testimony :

    “You didn’t think it was suspicious?” asked defense lawyer Ed Chernoff.
    “Apparently not, sir,” Alvarez said.
    “You thought he was packing up to go to the hospital, right?” the lawyer asked.
    “Yes, sir,” Alvarez replied.

    - In cross examination Alvarez was also asked about his relationship with Jackson family and his discussions with other staff members of MJ. Alvarez acknowledged that he had refused to speak to a defense investigator who had sought to interview him, but that in a police interview he had said he might sell his story to the media at a later date.

    - Defense also tested Alvarez by asking him to confirm whether it was dark in MJ's room - suggesting his observations may be inaccurate.

    - Press accounts describe Alvarez as being tearful during testimony.

    Kai Chase Testimony

    - Chase testifies that around 12:05 Murray comes down the stairwell and tells her "Get security, get Prince". She says she told Prince "something might be wrong with your dad".

    - Chase testifies from Murray's behavior it was evident there was an emergency. She also testified that Murray didn't ask her to call 911.

    - She also testified that Murray generally comes down around 10 AM to get the juice she prepared for MJ, she says in that morning Murray didn't come down.

    - She mentions that MJ was on an extremely healthy diet, dining on seared ahi tuna salad for lunch the day before he died and that she found it odd that the Tuscan white bean soup she prepared for MJ and Murray the night before and left in the refrigerator for when they returned from rehearsals was untouched when she came to work next day (8:30am).

    EMT Richard Senneff Testimony

    - EMT Senneff testified that what Murray has told them didn't add up and he had a "gut feeling" Murray wasn't telling the truth.

    - For example Senneff said when they came in Murray told them MJ's condition had "just happened" but based on the MJ's dilated pupils, dry eyes and his skin, which was cold to the touch, Senneff believed Jackson may have been dead for more than 20 minutes. “All I can tell you is my gut feeling at the time was this did not just happen, it’s been a period of time,” Senneff testified.

    - Senneff also testified that Murray told them Jackson had no underlying condition and was just being treated for dehydration, and that the only medication he had been given was the sedative lorazepam. He said even they repeatedly asked for what medications MJ was given, Murray never mentioned them propofol.

    - Senneff testified when they initially came in they thought MJ to be a hospice patient and frail as he looked pale, thin and had a IV stand and a personal doctor by his bedside.

    - Senneff testified that paramedics hooked MJ up to an EKG and he was flatline-his hands and feet ‘tinged blue’ and his pupils were fully dilated.

    - Senneff testified that despite resuscitation efforts and three rounds of giving MJ epinephrine & atropine, paramedics did not feel a pulse on MJ and their attempts to revive MJ was unsuccessful. Senneff testified Conrad Murray was the only person who claimed to feel a pulse on MJ.

    - Senneff testified that Murray refused to pronounce MJ dead on the scene.

    - Senneff testified that at UCLA Murray was "spinning ... moving around, nervous, sweating, multitasking."

    - In cross examination Murray's lawyers asks if the way MJ looked (thin, frail, black/bluish feet) could be signs of drug addict. Judge stops the question.


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    ОХ .. благодаря ти , че го систематизира. Много боли.. много.. А истината е само една - него вече го няма по една или друга причина.


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    Разбира се, че трябва да го имаме. Дали ще ги четем или не е въпрос на личен избор, но всеки трябва да може да се запознае с реда, по който са протекли изслушванията, а след това и процеса (ако има такъв -нещо, в което аз не се съмнявам).


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