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    Предварително изслушване 10. 01. 2011

    Писане by andeli on Пон Яну 10, 2011 7:57 pm

    CNN In Session

    Murray Hearing: first order of business-Judge Pastor & attorneys discuss evidentiary matters regarding info taken from Dr. Murray's iPhone.

    After a 45-min delay, Judge Pastor says 'some info on files are privileged...but a significant number of materials are not.'

    A new file was made and given to prosecutors. A 15-minute recess was granted for new items to be reviewed.


    Plus we learned that toxicologists will testify either today or tomorrow. ( from http://sprocket-trials.blogspot.com/2011/01/dr-conrad-murray-prelim-day-5-part-i.html)

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    Judge: Murray's iPhone Admissible as Evidence

    Judge Michael Pastor ruled this morning that recently obtained data from Dr. Conrad Murray's iPhone can admitted as evidence.

    According to Murray's attorney, Ed Chernoff, the phone contains a few short voicemails and 12 screenshots that may be used as evidence during the hearing.

    The prosecution has used phone records create a timeline of what Murray did on the day Michael Jackson died.

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    ecently obtained data from the cell phone of the doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death can be admitted as evidence in a preliminary hearing, a judge ruled Monday.

    Murray's defense attorney, Ed Chernoff, described some of the data as brief voicemails. He also said there were 12 screenshots found on the phone that may be used as evidence.

    Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor made the ruling before testimony was to resume at the hearing of Dr. Conrad Murray.

    A prosecutor said he intended to use some of the information, which was disclosed to attorneys handling the case late last week, when he calls his first witness of the day.

    Pastor said some of the information is protected by attorney-client privilege, but most is not.

    Prosecutors have used Murray's phone records to help create a detailed timeline of the doctor's actions on the day Jackson died.

    http://www.forbes.com/feeds/ap/2011/01/10/entertainment-us-michael-jackson-doctor_8248516.html

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    Re: Предварително изслушване 10. 01. 2011

    Писане by andeli on Сря Яну 12, 2011 10:59 am

    TMZ

    Dr. Murray Ordered a Boatload of Propofol

    A pharmacist Dr. Murray used to order Propofol just testified the doctor order box after box of the drug in the two months before Michael Jackson's death.

    Tim Lopez, a pharmacist at Applied Pharmacy Services in Las Vegas, said beginning on April 6, 2009, Dr. Murray began ordering large quantities of Propofol. On that date, he ordered 10 single dose vials.

    Murray, who had the drugs sent to his girlfriend's Santa Monica home where he was living, also ordered boxes of the drug on April 28 -- 4 boxes and each of the boxes had 10 100ml vials.

    Later that month, Murray ordered 20 vials of midazolan and 20 vials of lorazepam.

    On May 12, Murray ordered 4 boxes of Propofol, along with 2 trays of midazolan.

    On June 10, Murray ordered 4 boxes of Propofol, and 2 20ml Propofol.

    In all, Murray ordered 255 vials of Propofol in the two months -- including 130 vials of Propofol in 100ml doses and another 125 vials of Propofol in 20ml vials.

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    STEPHEN J. MARX

    - Marx is the Computer forensic examiner in the DEA who examined the iPhone.

    - Screenshots are the save of what has been on the screen in the memory of the iPhone.

    - Email june 25th 2009, with the greeting of Hi Conrad, with signature, Bob Taylor, of Bob Taylor’s Insurance of London. Came from a sender based in London England. Based on that header as sent from UK, 5:54 am in Los Angeles. The email was about specific inquires regarding the health of MJ.

    - Murray responds to it at LA Time 11:27AM. The response content is about autorization of release of medical records, to get insurance.

    - There were also forwarded emails attached from the insurance broker , they were sent back and forth regarding company officials representatives MJ and AEG

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    Tim Lopez

    - Owner of Applied Pharmacy Services and a pharmacist for 15 years.

    - Murray calls him in March, 2009 about benoquin 20% (cream for vitiligo) and it’s availability. Pharmacy finds a supplier. Murray ordered 40 of the 30 gram, 20%. Murray tells the pharmacy that his patient was african american and that he would instruct in the dispersal of it’s use.

    - Later Murray asks about propofol and saline bags. Pharmacy provides the information Murray requests and he placed an order. Initial order 1 carton of 100ml bottles. Ten inside the carton and 2 specific formultions of propofol. plus nine saline bags. And renewed the benoquin order.

    - Later he asks them if they would ship his orders to Santa Monica (Nicole Alvarez's address).

    - Later Murray asks about bedoquin cream if there was a formula that was less greasy.

    - Murray also asks for energy formulations that would give increased wakefulness. He wants it to be non-narcotic and as natural as possible. He wants something over the counter (not prescription).

    - Murray says his patient were complaining of injection pain and asked if the pharmacy could make a topical analgesic. He indicated he wanted a lidocaine only.

    - Pharmacy makes the energy formulation by putting 3 products available over the counter putting them in 1 capsule. They added caffeine, asprin and ephedrine. and made 30 capsules with that formulation

    - They also list all the orders they received from Murray.

    From Trials and Tribulations draft updates.

    http://sprocket-trials.blogspot.com/2011/01/dr-conrad-murray-prelim-day-5-part-i.html

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    CNN In Session

    The first witness of the day is Stephen Marx--a former computer forensics examiner in the DEA lab in Virginia. Marx examined Dr. Murray's iPhone.

    Marx says Murray received an e-mail on June 25, 2009 at 5:54 am (L.A. time) from what appears to be an insurance broker in London.

    Marx testifies the e-mail's sender was inquiring about Jackson's health.

    The e-mail is confirming Murray was the only doctor Jackson consulted during a 3-year period & asks about press reports re: Jackson’s health

    Murray responds: 'as far as the statements of his health published by the press...they’re all felicitous, to the best of my knowledge.'


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    Re: Предварително изслушване 10. 01. 2011

    Писане by andeli on Сря Яну 12, 2011 11:02 am

    A pharmacist testified Monday that the doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death bought 255 vials of a powerful anesthetic in the three months before the singer died from a lethal combination of the drug and other sedatives.

    Dr. Conrad Murray purchased four shipments of the anesthetic propofol between April 6 and June 10, 2009, said Tim Lopez, owner of Applied Pharmacy Services in Las Vegas, where Murray has a clinic.

    Murray bought 130 vials of propofol in 100 milliliter doses and another 125 vials in the smaller dose of 20 milliliters, Lopez said while testifying at a preliminary hearing to determine if there is enough evidence for Murray to stand trial after pleading not guilty to involuntary manslaughter.

    A coroner's investigator previously testified that 12 vials of propofol were found in the bedroom and closet of the singer's rented mansion after his death.

    Lopez said Murray asked him to ship some of the propofol to an address in Santa Monica, Calif. The address belongs to the doctor's girlfriend, although Lopez testified that Murray told him it was one of his clinics.

    Murray also bought other sedatives from Lopez, according to the testimony.

    Murray has told police he was concerned Jackson was addicted to propofol, and that he was trying to wean the singer from it.

    In other testimony Monday, a retired federal investigator said he had retrieved an e-mail from Murray's cell phone containing an exchange between the doctor and a London insurance broker handling a policy for Jackson's planned series of comeback concerts.

    The broker asked Murray on the morning of Jackson's death to address press reports that Jackson was in poor health.

    "As far as the statements of his health published by the press, let me say they're all malicious to the best of my knowledge," Murray replied.

    Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor ruled before the hearing began Monday that the information could be introduced as evidence.

    Murray's defense attorney, Ed Chernoff, had described some of the data as brief voicemails. He also said there were 12 screenshots found on the phone.

    Pastor said some of the information was protected by attorney-client privilege, but most is not.

    Prosecutors have used Murray's phone records to help create a detailed timeline of the doctor's actions on the day Jackson died.

    http://www.accessatlanta.com/atlanta-music/detective-recounts-events-before-800064.html

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    Pharmacist sent large amounts of anesthetic to Dr. Conrad Murray

    The owner of a Las Vegas specialty pharmacy testified Monday that he sent large quantities of propofol to Dr. Conrad Murray in the three months before Michael Jackson died from an overdose of the surgical anesthetic.

    Pharmacist Tim Lopez said Murray never mentioned the pop star was his only patient at the time and instead led him to believe the 255 vials of propofol he requested were being used for patients at a Los Angeles clinic.

    In reality, the four shipments Murray placed, including a final order 10 days before Jackson stopped breathing, went to the Santa Monica apartment where Murray’s mistress and infant son lived.

    Lopez said that when he volunteered to personally deliver an order during a trip to Los Angeles, Murray told him not to.

    “He said just Fed Ex it the way we normally do,” Lopez recalled.

    Lopez took the stand at a preliminary hearing to determine whether prosecutors have enough evidence to try Murray for involuntary manslaughter. The 57-year-old doctor has pleaded not guilty. He has acknowledged using the drug as a sleep aid for his famous patient, a chronic insomniac.

    Defense lawyers have suggested in court that the amount of propofol Murray gave Jackson was not enough to cause the singer's June 25, 2009, death. Under questioning by a prosecutor, the pharmacist said Murray asked several times for advice on what the doctor might take to boost his energy and “wakefulness.”
    Jackson usually had Murray work an overnight shift at his rented Holmby Hills mansion, according to other witnesses. Lopez said he created a capsule of three over-the-counter products -- caffeine, ephedrine and aspirin -- for the doctor, who later said it had helped his problem.

    Judge Michael Pastor also reviewed data gleaned from Murray’s iPhone. Screen shots of the doctor’s e-mail inbox show he and others involved with Jackson’s planned comeback concert series were discussing the singer’s health in the hours before he died.

    In one e-mail displayed in court, a London insurance broker trying to secure a policy in case of cancellation asked Murray to prove details about the singer’s care and to respond to media allegations that Jackson suffered from lupus, cancer and other ailments.

    The doctor e-mailed back that he did not have authorization to share the information, but wrote, “As far as the statements of his health published by the press, let me say they are all fallacious to the best of my knowledge.”

    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2011/01/michael-jackson-hearing-pharmacist-sent-large-amounts-of-anesthetic-to-dr-conrad-murray.html#more

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    CNN In Session

    The next witness is Tim Lopez. He is a pharmacist and runs his own business, Applied Pharmacy Services, in Las Vegas.

    Lopez says in Nov. '08, Murray called him to get a cream to treat vitiligo. However, the cream wasn't available to Lopez.

    Lopez lost contact with Murray & heard from him again in March '09. In April '09, Lopez says Murray ordered packages of the vitiligo cream.

    In the same month Murray contacted Lopez to let him know he was happy with the cream. Murray then inquired about Propofol & saline bags.

    April 6: Murray placed an order for 1 carton of 100 milliliter vials and 1 carton of 20 milliliter vials of Propofol & 9 saline bags.

    He also duplicated his order of Benoquin, the cream used to treat vitiligo and asked that his order be shipped to his office in Vegas.

    Murray then changed his mind on the shipping location and asked that the shipment be sent to the address of Nicole Alvarez.

    Lopez testifies between the months of April & June, Murray called his pharmacy at least 7 times to place specific orders on different drugs.

    Some ordered drugs were lorazepam, midazolam, propofol & flumazenil. Murray requested that each order be sent to the Santa Monica address.

    Lopez is shown a series of sales invoices/shipping documents pertaining to Murray's orders.

    Some of the receipts misspell the recipient's name as 'Nicole Alvarie' rather than Alvarez. The last is dated June 15, 2009.

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    Jaime Lintemoot,

    - Lintemoot is a senior criminalist at the LA County Coroner’s Office and the primary toxicologist when it comes to cases involving propofol.

    - From the blood taken in UCLA they determined propofol was present and later they did tissue tests.

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    Re: Предварително изслушване 10. 01. 2011

    Писане by andeli on Сря Яну 12, 2011 11:06 am

    TMZ

    Did Michael Jackson Drink Propofol???

    Michael Jackson may have drank himself to death by consuming a juice box laced with Propofol -- at least that's what Conrad Murray's defense team suggested in court today.

    Murray's attorney, J. Michael Flanagan, was questioning a Senior Criminalist from the L.A. County Coroner's Office about the 70 grams of fluid found in MJ's stomach at the time of the autopsy ... fluid that tested positive for traces of Propofol.

    Flanagan noted the presence of a juice box on MJ's nightstand ... and asked if it had been tested for Propofol ... raising the possibility that MJ was sippin' on the anesthetic shortly before he died.

    The criminalist testified he had not tested the juice box.

    So what's Flanagan's point? He might be suggesting that MJ was secretly self-administering his Propofol ... which would support Murray's defense theory that MJ accidentally caused his own overdose.

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    Detectives describe Jackson doc's timeline of meds
    LINDA DEUTSCH | January 10, 2011 07:13 PM EST |

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    LOS ANGELES — A detective has testified that the doctor charged iin the death of Michael Jackson told police he had given the singer a powerful anesthetic at least six nights a week for two months before his death.

    Los Angeles police detective Orlando Martinez said Monday that Dr. Conrad Murray told him he avoided giving propofol to Jackson until about 10:40 a.m. on the day he died.

    Martinez says Murray reported giving the pop star 25 milligrams of the anesthetic – about half the usual dose.

    Martinez says Murray told police he had given Jackson several sedatives intravenously earlier in the day.

    Murray has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter. Prosecutors contend he administered a lethal mix of propofol and other sedatives to the singer.

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    Orlando Martinez

    - Martinez is LA Robbery Homicide detective with 16 years experience. He investigates deaths.

    - Martinez interviews Murray on June 27th.

    - Murray says he first met MJ in 2006 through a patient's son and later treated MJ and his kids for flu in Las Vegas.

    - Murray tells the detectives that he received a call from Michael Amir Williams saying that MJ wanted him as his doctor for the tour.

    - Murray tells the detectives for a little over 2 months he has been treating MJ, assisting him to sleep six nights a week. Murray said he would assist MJ with 50 milligrams of propofol (maximum). An injection to get him to sleep and with an IV drip to keep him under.

    - Murray says that he felt that MJ had developed a dependency on the propofol. So he decided to try to wean him off, and introduce other agents. Last 3 days Murray says He lowered the amount of propofol and administered the other two drugs -lorazapam and the midazalam.

    - What happened after MJ came home from rehearsal : MJ arrived upstairs to the room, they had a brief discussion as to what went on that night and that MJ had a shower and changed. Murray rubbed some skin lotion on MJ back for a dermological condition

    - Murray says IV was either on MJ's right or left leg below the knee.

    - Murray's timeline
    2AM : 10 mg valium orally. 2 mil lorazapam with saline pushed slowly 2 to 3 minutes.Done with a syringe using the IV port
    3AM : 2 mg of diazopam same method
    3:20AM : MJ fells asleep for 10-12 minutes then wakes up.
    Murray says he turned down the lights turned on the music, and suggested that MJ to meditate. MJ says he has to cancel the rehearsal / shows because he couldn't sleep.
    Murray gives more Mirazapam - no effect
    5AM : 2 miligrams of lorazapam - no effect. MJ complains about cancellations.
    7:30AM : MJ still up, complains about the pressure on him for cancelling rehearsals. Murray gives another 2 milligrams of diazopam.- no effect
    10AM: MJ asks for his milk.
    10:20-10:40 : Murray gives propofol. 25 mg over some time.
    11AM : MJ falls asleep. Murray watches MJ for a while when he feels comfortable with MJ's situation he goes to the bathroom for 2 minutes.
    He comes back after 2 minutes and stunned to see that MJ wasn’t breathing, because he always looked at his chest and his diaphramatic motion.
    Murray starts chest compressions. - one hand under supporting MJ's back and the other hand on top of his chest. He says he also did mouth to mouth.
    Murray says he couldn't get MJ to the floor on his own.
    Murray says he was caring for MJ and didn't want to interrupt it and that's why he didn't call 911.
    Murray injected MJ with tomazapil. .2 mil

    - During this process he called Michael Amir Williams - while holding the cell phone one hand, giving chest compressions with other. Murray also left the room to the landing to call out to Kai Chase.

    - Murray doesn't tell the detectives that he was making phone calls and sending text messages when he was supposed to care for MJ. Murray only mentions the call he made to Michael Amir Williams.

    -Chernoff on cross: "Murray told you that MJ told Dr J that he wanted to push the medication in himself but Murray told you that he wouldnt’ let MJ do that." - Yes

    http://sprocket-trials.blogspot.com/2011/01/dr-conrad-murray-prelim-day-5-part-ii.html

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    TMZ

    Murray to Cops: Michael Begged Me For Propofol

    In some of the most dramatic testimony to date, an LAPD detective testified Dr. Conrad Murray told him Michael Jackson "begged" him for Propofol shortly before he died.

    LAPD Robbery Homicide Detective Orlando Martinez testified about an interview he conducted with Dr. Murray two days after MJ died. Martinez said Murray told him the night before Jackson died he was having trouble sleeping. Murray said he was trying to ween Jackson off of Propofol -- a drug he was giving MJ almost every night for two months.

    Murray told Martinez he was giving Jackson a variety of other drugs, beginning sometime after 1AM, to no avail. Jackson then said if he didn't get to sleep he would cancel rehearsal.

    Murray said he was feeling "pressure" from MJ to give him something to help him sleep, and Jackson was begging for Propofol. Murray claims he gave him a reduced dose, with Michael's help. As TMZ has reported many times before, Murray said MJ like to "push in the Propofol himself and that other doctors let him do it."

    Murray went to the bathroom for 2 minutes, came back and claims he saw MJ wasn't breathing.

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    Re: Предварително изслушване 10. 01. 2011

    Писане by andeli on Сря Яну 12, 2011 11:07 am

    CNN In Session

    The 20th witness is Orlando Martinez of the L.A.P.D. Martinez was one of the lead investigators of this case.

    Martinez testifies that he began trying to contact Murray on 6/25, but was unable to. Martinez was contacted by Murray's attorney on 6/26.

    Martinez and Murray's attorney, Michael Pena, made arraignments for Murray to meet Martinez on 6/27 at a hotel in Marina Del Rey.

    During their meeting Murray told Martinez that for a little over 2 months he had treated Jackson and assisted him with sleeping nightly.

    Murray said he would inject Jackson with 50 milligrams of Propofol...and then a drip infusion to keep him under .

    Martinez testifies that Murray told him that 50 milligrams was the most he would give Jackson.

    Martinez says Dr. Murray expressed a concern about Jackson developing a dependency on Propofol.

    Murray felt MJ developed a dependency on Propofol, so with MJ's permission he decided to wean him off Propofol and use some other agents.

    Martinez: Murray said he lowered the amount of propofol that he usually gave MJ, and he introduced midazolam & lorazepam, to help MJ sleep.

    Martinez says that Murray told him he began prescribing Jackson with medication at around 2 a.m. on June 25th to help MJ sleep.

    Over the next few hours, Murray injected Jackson with alternating doeses of midazolam and lorazepam, to help Jackson sleep.

    Martinez testifies that according to Murray, none of the doses put Jackson to sleep for a prolonged period of time.

    Martinez: At 10:00 am MJ was still awake, still complaining to him that he needs to sleep. MJ simply asked for ‘milk,’ meaning Propofol.

    Martinez: Around 10:40 or 10:50, Murray administered Propofol to MJ.

    Martinez: Dr. Murray said he gave him half his normal dose, 25 milligrams over the course of 25 minutes .

    Martinez: Murray says MJ fell asleep around 11:00 am. Murray monitored him for a while until he felt comfortable with MJ’s condition.

    Martinez: After monitoring Jackson, Murray says he left to go relieve himself in the restroom.

    Martinez testifies Murray told him, during questioning, he was gone for about 2 min & when he returned to the room, MJ was not breathing.

    Murray told Martinez that when he got to the room, shortly after 11 a.m., he started doing CPR on Jackson.

    When Martinez asked Murray why he did not move MJ to the floor, Murray said he, 'could not move Mr. Jackson to the floor by himself.'

    When Martinez asked Murray why he did not call 911, Murray said he was 'caring for his patient, and he did not want to neglect him.'

    Martinez: Murray never mentioned making phone calls, sending emails or sending or receiving text messages while he was caring for Jackson

    On cross, Martinez concedes that his interview with Dr. Murray was actually “pretty long”. Possibly over two hours and 47 minutes.

    Martinez says Murray didn't refuse to answer any questions and he didn't try to stop the interview at any time to speak to his attorneys.

    Martinez says that he – not Murray – is the one who chose to end the interview.

    Martinez: According to Murray, Jackson referred to propofol as “milk,” and called lidocaine his “anti-burn.”

    Martinez: Dr. Murray told him Jackson “liked to push it in himself” while getting injections, and “that other doctors let him do that.”

    Murray told Det. Martinez that he wouldn’t let Michael Jackson do that.


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    Писане by andeli on Сря Яну 12, 2011 11:08 am

    Michael Jackson begged for propofol, detective says in recapping Conrad Murray's statement

    The doctor said he had weaned Jackson off the drug but felt 'pressured' to administer it again.

    Dr. Conrad Murray told detectives that Michael Jackson begged him for propofol on the day he died, saying his long-awaited comeback would never happen if the physician didn't put him to sleep with the drug he called "milk," according to court testimony Monday.

    A homicide investigator said Murray described himself as "pressured" into administering the surgical anesthetic despite concerns that the 50-year-old music legend had become addicted as he prepared for a series of concerts in London.

    "Mr. Jackson began to complain to him that he couldn't sleep and that he would have to cancel his rehearsals and cancel his shows," Los Angeles police detective Orlando Martinez said in Los Angeles County Superior Court.

    Prosecutors summoned Martinez to the witness stand as they headed into the home stretch of a hearing to determine whether they have enough evidence to try Murray, 57, for involuntary manslaughter in the pop star's June 25, 2009, death from an overdose of propofol. The prosecution is expected to wrap up its presentation later this week.

    Murray has pleaded not guilty.

    The broad strokes of Murray's account to police — including his claim that he was in the restroom when Jackson stopped breathing — have already been made public, but the detective's testimony added additional details, such as the doctor's explanation for not calling for an ambulance immediately.

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

    "Did he indicate that calling for a 911 operator would be neglecting him?" asked Deputy Dist. Atty. David Walgren.

    "Yes," the detective said.

    Murray, a cardiologist, has been criticized for trying to perform CPR while Jackson was in the bed; Martinez said that when he asked the doctor about it, Murray claimed he wasn't able to move Jackson to the floor.

    The testimony drew snorts from a contingent of Jackson fans in the spectator's gallery. Martinez noted that the strapping physician, who stands 6 feet, 5 inches, outweighed the emaciated singer by 90 pounds.

    Murray walked away from the hospital where Jackson was pronounced dead before homicide detectives had a chance to interview him, but two days later, he and two lawyers met with investigators in a Marina del Rey hotel.

    Murray told them that he had been giving Jackson propofol to sleep for two months but had weaned him off it two days before his death, with the singer's permission. He said that on the day Jackson died, he tried to get him to sleep with a series of other sedatives and by encouraging his patient to try "meditating" but that ultimately Jackson insisted on propofol.

    The doctor gave a timeline that appears an hour off from the chronology prosecutors have established with phone records and other witness accounts, according to Martinez's testimony.

    The detectives said Murray recalled sitting with Jackson until about 11 a.m., then leaving for two minutes to use the restroom. He said that when he returned he was "stunned" to find that Jackson was not breathing. Other witness testimony and cellphone records indicate that Murray made his discovery at noon.

    Under cross-examination, the detective acknowledged that the physician told him Jackson had concealed his long history of using propofol with other doctors when he hired Murray.

    "Dr. Murray said to you that he didn't sign up for this, that he found out about Michael Jackson's desire for propofol after the fact?" asked defense lawyer Ed Chernoff.

    "Correct," Martinez replied.

    Judge Michael Pastor also heard testimony from the owner of a Las Vegas pharmacy that filled Murray's phone orders for propofol. Pharmacist Tim Lopez said Murray never mentioned that the pop star was his only patient at the time and instead led him to believe the 255 vials of propofol he requested were being used for patients at a Los Angeles clinic.

    In reality, the four shipments Murray placed, including a final order 10 days before Jackson's death, went to the Santa Monica apartment where Murray's mistress and infant son lived. Lopez said that when he volunteered to personally deliver an order during a trip to Los Angeles, Murray told him not to.

    "He said just FedEx it the way we normally do," Lopez recalled.

    If convicted, Murray faces up to four years in prison.

    http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-conrad-murray-20110111,0,3455010.story


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    Re: Предварително изслушване 10. 01. 2011

    Писане by andeli on Сря Яну 12, 2011 11:09 am

    Detective recounts events before Jackson death

    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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    Conrad Murray Preliminary Hearing Summary Day 5 January 10, 2011

    - First order of business-Judge Pastor & attorneys discuss evidentiary matters regarding info taken from Dr. Murray's iPhone. A prosecutor said he intended to use some of the information, which was disclosed to attorneys handling the case late last week, when he calls his first witness of the day. Chernoff (Murray's attorney) voices concern about attorney-client privilege. The phone contains a few short voicemails and 12 screenshots. After a 45-min delay, Judge Pastor says 'some info on files are privileged... but a significant number of materials are not.' Judge Pastor allows Murray's iPhone admissible as evidence. A new file was made and given to prosecutors. A 15-minute recess was granted for new items to be reviewed.

    Stephen Marx Testimony

    - Marx is a computer forensic examiner in the DEA who examined the iPhone.

    - He testifies about emails sent on June 25th between Murray and Bob Taylor, of Bob Taylor’s Insurance of London.*

    - Bob Taylor sends Murray an email at 5:54 am LA time. The email was about specific inquires regarding the health of MJ. Murray responds to it at LA Time 11:27AM. The response content is about autorization of release of medical records, to get insurance.*

    - The e-mail is confirming Murray was the only doctor Jackson consulted during a 3-year period & asks about press reports re: Jackson’s health. London insurance broker handling a policy for Jackson's TII concerts asked Murray on the morning of June 25th to address press reports that Jackson was in poor health.

    - Murray responds: 'as far as the statements of his health published by the press...they’re all felicitous, to the best of my knowledge.'

    - There were also forwarded emails attached from the insurance broker , they were sent back and forth regarding company officials representatives MJ and AEG

    Tim Lopez Testimony*

    - Tim Lopez is the owner of Applied Pharmacy Services and a pharmacist for 15 years.*

    - Lopez says in Nov. '08, Murray called him to get a cream to treat vitiligo. However, the cream wasn't available to Lopez. Lopez lost contact with Murray & heard from him again in March '09.

    - Murray calls him in March, 2009 about benoquin 20% (cream for vitiligo) and it’s availability. Pharmacy finds a supplier. Murray ordered 40 of the 30 gram, 20%. Murray tells the pharmacy that his patient was African American and that he would instruct in the dispersal of it’s use.*

    - Later Murray asks about propofol and saline bags. Pharmacy provides the information Murray requests and Murray placed an order.

    - April 6: Murray placed an order for 1 carton of 100 milliliter vials and 1 carton of 20 milliliter vials of Propofol & 9 saline bags.He also duplicated his order of Benoquin, the cream used to treat vitiligo and asked that his order be shipped to his office in Vegas.

    - Murray then changed his mind on the shipping location and asked that the shipment be sent to the address of Nicole Alvarez. Lopez said Murray never mentioned MJ was his only patient at the time and instead led him to believe all the vials of propofol he requested were being used for patients at a Los Angeles clinic.

    - Lopez testifies between the months of April & June, Murray called his pharmacy at least 7 times to place specific orders on different drugs. Some ordered drugs were lorazepam, midazolam, propofol & flumazenil. Murray requested that each order be sent to the Santa Monica address.

    - Lopez said that when he volunteered to personally deliver an order during a trip to Los Angeles, Murray told him not to. “He said just Fed Ex it the way we normally do,” Lopez recalled.

    - April 28 -- 4 boxes and each of the boxes had 10 100ml vials. Later that month, Murray ordered 20 vials of midazolan and 20 vials of lorazepam.

    - On May 12, Murray ordered 4 boxes of Propofol, along with 2 trays of midazolan.

    - On June 10, Murray ordered 4 boxes of Propofol, and 2 20ml Propofol.

    - Overall: Murray ordered 255 vials of Propofol in the two months -- including 130 vials of Propofol in 100ml doses and another 125 vials of Propofol in 20ml vials.

    - Murray also asks about benoquin cream if there was a formula that was less greasy.*

    - Under questioning by a prosecutor, the pharmacist said Murray asked several times for advice on what the doctor might take to boost his energy and “wakefulness.” He wants it to be non-narcotic and as natural as possible. He wants something over the counter (not prescription). Pharmacy makes the energy formulation by putting 3 products available over the counter putting them in 1 capsule. They added caffeine, asprin and ephedrine and made 30 capsules with that formulation.*

    - Murray says his patient were complaining of injection pain and asked if the pharmacy could make a topical analgesic. He indicated he wanted a lidocaine only.

    Jaime Lintemoot Testimony

    - Lintemoot is a senior criminalist at the LA County Coroner’s Office and the primary toxicologist when it comes to cases involving propofol.

    - From the blood taken in UCLA they determined propofol was present and later they did tissue tests. Lintemoot mentions levels of propofol found by the tests.

    - Murray's attorney, Flanagan, asked about the 70 grams of fluid found in MJ's stomach (that tested positive for traces of Propofol). Flanagan noted the presence of a juice box on MJ's nightstand ... and asked if it had been tested for Propofol ... raising the possibility that MJ was drinking on the anesthetic shortly before he died. The criminalist testified he had not tested the juice box.*

    Orlando Martinez Testimony

    - Martinez is LA Robbery Homicide detective with 16 years experience. He investigates deaths.*

    - Martinez testifies that he began trying to contact Murray on 6/25, but was unable to. Martinez was contacted by Murray's attorney on 6/26.Martinez and Murray's attorney, Michael Pena, made arraignments for Murray to meet Martinez on 6/27 at a hotel in Marina Del Rey.

    - Murray says he first met MJ in 2006 through a patient's son and later treated MJ and his kids for flu in Las Vegas.*

    - Murray tells the detectives that he received a call from Michael Amir Williams saying that MJ wanted him as his doctor for the tour.

    - Murray tells the detectives for a little over 2 months he has been treating MJ, assisting him to sleep six nights a week.*

    - Murray said he would inject Jackson with 50 milligrams of Propofol...and then a drip infusion to keep him under . Martinez testifies that Murray told him that 50 milligrams was the most he would give Jackson.

    - Martinez says Dr. Murray expressed a concern about Jackson developing a dependency on Propofol. Murray felt MJ developed a dependency on Propofol, so with MJ's permission he decided to wean him off Propofol and use some other agents. Martinez: Murray said he lowered the amount of propofol that he usually gave MJ, and he introduced midazolam & lorazepam, to help MJ sleep.

    - What happened after MJ came home from rehearsal : MJ arrived upstairs to the room, they had a brief discussion as to what went on that night and that MJ had a shower and changed. Murray rubbed some skin lotion on MJ back for a dermological condition

    - Murray says IV was either on MJ's right or left leg below the knee.

    -- Murray's timeline and version of events

    2AM : 10 mg valium orally. 2 mil lorazapam with saline pushed slowly 2 to 3 minutes.Done with a syringe using the IV port

    3AM : 2 mg of diazopam same method

    3:20AM : MJ fells asleep for 10-12 minutes then wakes up.

    Murray says he turned down the lights turned on the music, and suggested that MJ to meditate. "Mr. Jackson began to complain to him that he couldn't sleep and that he would have to cancel his rehearsals and cancel his shows," Los Angeles police detective Orlando Martinez testifies.

    Murray gives more Mirazapam - no effect

    5AM : 2 miligrams of lorazapam - no effect. MJ complains again about cancellations.*

    7:30AM : MJ still up, complains about the pressure on him for cancelling rehearsals. Murray gives another 2 milligrams of diazopam.- no effect

    10AM: MJ asks for his "milk" - propofol

    Martinez says Murray described himself as "pressured" into administering propofol despite his concerns that MJ had become addicted as he prepared TII.

    10:20-10:40 : Murray gives propofol. 25 mg over some time.*

    11AM : MJ falls asleep. Murray watches MJ for a while when he feels comfortable with MJ's situation he goes to the bathroom for 2 minutes.

    He comes back after 2 minutes and stunned to see that MJ wasn’t breathing, because he always looked at his chest and his diaphramatic motion.

    Murray starts chest compressions. - one hand under supporting MJ's back and the other hand on top of his chest. He says he also did mouth to mouth.

    Murray says he couldn't get MJ to the floor on his own. Here Murray's explanation why he was giving MJ CPR on a soft bed rather than moving*
    ---"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 and MJ weighed about 136 pounds when he died.

    Murray says he was caring for MJ and didn't want to interrupt it and that's why he didn't call 911. Here is Murray's explanation for not calling for an ambulance immediately:

    ---"He said he was caring for his patient and did not want to neglect him," Martinez said.
    ---"Did he indicate that calling for a 911 operator would be neglecting him?" asked Deputy Dist. Atty. David Walgren.
    --- "Yes," the detective said.

    Murray injected MJ with tomazapil. .2 mil

    - During this process he called Michael Amir Williams - while holding the cell phone one hand, giving chest compressions with other. Murray also left the room to the landing to call out to Kai Chase.

    - Murray doesn't tell the detectives that he was making phone calls and sending text messages when he was supposed to care for MJ. Murray only mentions the call he made to Michael Amir Williams.

    -Chernoff on cross: 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.


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