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    Предварително изслушване 11. 01. 2011

    Писане by for all time on Вто Яну 11, 2011 7:00 pm

    This is an unedited, draft entry. Please refer to the MSM (mainstream media) for 100% accuracy.

    No audio

    And get the witness name,

    #20 that’s Orlando Martinez

    Work city of LA robbery homicide.

    What do you homicidd section investigate deaths.

    16 years. Since May of 2005


    One of lead investgating officers?

    Yes.
    Did work with Dan Myers and Scott Smith? Yes I did.
    June 25th 2009,

    Were you assined and workin on this case? yes.
    Did you make efforts to make contact with the defendant in this case? I did

    Was able to make contact on June 29th?

    At somepoint on June 26th, made contact with Michael Penia?

    Made arrangements to sit down and meet with the defendant,

    Evening hours late afternoon? Afternoon.

    Met with Mr. Pena on June 27th n a hotel.
    Who went with you to location. Scott Smith.

    Who was with him? Chernoff and Dr. Murray.

    So, on the 27th not 29th (my note)

    Mr. Penna and Chernoff, him and Det smith.

    Inside a board room at hote.

    Ws this interview recoreded ? Yes.

    Did you begin you or det smith asking him about how he began his reationship with M. Jackson.

    He said he first met MJ in 2006 through a patient’s son.

    Referred becaue he was a cardiologist or as a dr in general? Just as a doctor in general. treated MJ children and MJ for flu in Las Vegas.

    From that initial meeting to 2006 to the current interview, did you question Dr. M about his care preceeding the months 2009.

    Dr. Murry said he received a phone call from Michael Amir williams requesting to treat him for the tour.
    did Dr M tell you that MJ wanted him to accompany him on this London tour? Yes.

    Did he give you more details or words to that effect? Yes.

    According to Dr M, after this initial phone call from MAW, (answer) he said htat Mr. Jackson called him and was elated happy that he was going on the tour.

    Did you question him on the treatment at MJ home. Dr. Murry said that for a little over 2 months been teating him, assisting him to sleep, He said nightly and he also said six days a week.

    Different parts of the interview he said those two answers.

    How did he say he was assisting . He would assist Mr. Jackson with 50 milligrams of propofol. An injection to get him to sleep and with an IV drip to keep him under.

    Initial infusion followed by a drip? objection sustained.

    You mentioned 50 milligrams, did he say that was 50 milligrams every night?

    That was the maximum.

    Did he say that was the total or the amount of one dose. ??? I don’t think I he specifically noted.

    He told me it was a dosage, to put him under and then a speficic drip.

    Throught this interview again, were both mr chernoff and Mr. pena present, at varous points in the inteview, did Dr. Murry ever tell you about a dependnecy issues that MJ had?

    Yes he did. Did he reference that on more than one occasion in the interview ? yes he did.

    Q... did Dr. Murry explain those last remaining evenings ? Yes.

    What did he tell you. ? He felt that Mr. Jackson had developed a dependency on the propofol. So he decided to try to wean him off, and introduce other agents.

    In describing these evenings, last couple days, did he tell you he’d been giving MJ propofol every single night for over 2 months? Yes.

    Now, in these last three days then, according to Dr. Mthat he was attempting to wean M J off the propofol what did he do?

    He lowered the amount of propofol and administered the other two drugs.

    lorazapam and the midazalam.

    How aout the following night, the second night of attempting to wean him off. He did not use any propofol and just jused the lorazapam and midazalam.

    On that day June 25th, did he respond to the Carolwood residence? yes he did. He arrived around 12:50 am.

    Who arrived first? according to Dr. M. ? Dr. M.

    What did he do upon arrival.
    he went to the room where he always treated Mr. J and waited. And that is the room the paramedics testified they found the decedent? Correct.

    Did Dr. M. indicate what time MJ arrive.d He said MJ arrived around 1 am.

    And what happened at that point. That MJ arrived upstiars, they had a brief discussion as to what went on that night and that MJ had a shower and changed.

    Dr. M rubbed some skin lotion on MJ back. For a dermological conditon? Yes.

    Did he begin using an IV. Yes. For what purpose? In either his right or left leg below the knee.

    Was anyone else in the room? We asked that question ahd he always said no.

    Placing the IV for hydration, did he describe what drugs he gave MJ?
    What is the first thing that MJ was given.
    2 pm 2 mil lorazapam diluted with saline. he siad he pushed it slowly.

    Did he mention anythng about valium orally? 10 mg orally was that the first thing? Yes.

    Then 2 am? 2 mil lorazapam with saline pushed it over hte course of 2 to 3 minutes.

    He indicated this was done with a syringe? Yes.

    Directly into a arm or leg or using the IV port? Using the IV Port.

    This was slowy pushed using the syrings over 2 minutes accord to Dr M. ? correct.

    Following this valium and the 2 am slow push of lorazapam, what occured next.

    MJ remained awake for another hour, the n Dr. M. introduced 2 mg of diazopam (same method).

    This was around 3 am.

    Did he indicate he took the time to look at his watch?

    So at 3 am, he gave 2 mil dizdo also injected slowly? Yes.

    And according to Dr. M, did he fall asleeP/

    He said that around 3:20 he fell asleep for 10 to 12 minutes.

    Was it at that point where dr M said he had been looking at his watch? Correct.

    And after following this 10 12 minutes Mr J woke again.

    Dr m M turned down the lights turned on the music, and suggested that MR J meditate.

    He then said, that MJ would have to cancel his shows, cancel his reherasals becuse he couldn’t slee.

    Then dr murray gave him some moe drugs. Mirazapam. then.

    It did not put MJ to sleep.

    Asks to look at his notes to refresh his recollection.

    Asking about following 5 am 2 miligrams of lorazapam.

    Mr. J began to complain som more, about cancellations.

    7L30 am. he indicates he game more drugs to MJ Yes.

    Accoring to Dr. M, MJ is stil awake. Mr. J is complaining that he is still awake and pressure is being placed on him (about the cancellations)

    What did he do at 7L30 he gave another 2 milligrams of diazopam.

    It did not have any effect according to Dr. M.

    10 am June 25th 2009, acc to Dr. M. what is happening.

    MJ was still awake, and was asking for “milk” which was his name for propofol.

    around 1040 or 1050, did he give propofol (acc to Dr. ) ? yes.

    Did he look at his watch, Yes.
    Acc to dr murray he had to look at his watch, to calculate (miss last)

    He said he halfed his normal dose, gave him only 25 milligrams over 25 mnutes.

    It was simply an injecton to put Mr. J asleep, and then a slow drip to keep him asleep.

    According to the time the propofol was given, Dr. M was looking at the time, looking at his watch, did Mr. J. fall asleep? Yes.?

    Did he indicate that was around 11 am? Yes.

    What did Dr. murr do, after he fell asleep?

    He said that he monitored him for a while. He was not snoring, and monitored him until he felt comfortable with Mr. J condition.

    After did he indicate how long he monitored him after that (time? condition?)?

    After he saw him fall asleep around 11 am, at some point did he say he felt comfortable leaving thepatient? Yes he did.

    Did he tell you what he went to go do?

    He went to relieve himself in the restorom.

    DId he tell you what restroom he used? He did.

    Identifies the restroom he used via photo.
    The bathroom he used is depicted in People’s 9 (I think in MJ bathroom?)

    From the bedroom, where MJ was, on peoples nine from left to right, is this the large room referred to as thecloset? Yes.
    So one would have to walk throught the corridor between the bedroom and closet and then enter the bathroom? correct.

    How long did Dr M sya he was gone ? Dr. M said he was gone approximately 2 minutes.

    Transcript page 63. As you sit here today do you recall the exact words of Dr. Murray.

    Generally.

    would it referesh your memory to look at the transcript?

    Page 63, line 22. Is that referencing, dr M speaking?

    Objecton sustained. about referencing room 2 minutes.

    Reask.

    After Dr. Murrya after he returned from his 2 minute absence. He says that he was stunned to see that Mr. J was not breathing, because he was looing for breathing motions.

    Please look at transcript pg 62 line 22...
    refresh.
    What did he say?

    He was stunned to see that he wasn’t breathing, because he always looked at his chest and his diaphramatic motion.

    What was the first thing he said he did, once he noticed MJ was not breating?

    He started chest compressions.
    And according to dr. Murray, what else did he do?

    Mouth to mouth.


    And accornidn to Dr. M, where was Mr. J. ? He was still in bed.

    Did he switch back to checst compressions.
    He described that he had one hand under his back suppoting his back. and the other hand on top of his chest.

    Did he explain why he didn’t move MJ to the floor?

    He said he could not move him to the floor by himself.

    6 ft 5” 22o pounds

    How much did jackson weigh?

    obj sustained.

    At this point in time, in the interview, did Dr. M offer a reason why he did not call the 911 operator. He said he was carrying for his patien and did want to interrupt it.

    However, he did say he

    Did he tell you afterward, he did take time to make a phone call. ? Yes.

    Just prior to making this phone call, did he tell you he was holding thephone and making 1 handed chest compressions.


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    Re: Предварително изслушване 11. 01. 2011

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    This is an unedited, draft entry. Please refer to the MSM (mainstream media) for 100% accuracy.

    No audio

    And get the witness name,

    #20 that’s Orlando Martinez

    Work city of LA robbery homicide.

    What do you homicidd section investigate deaths.

    16 years. Since May of 2005


    One of lead investgating officers?

    Yes.
    Did work with Dan Myers and Scott Smith? Yes I did.
    June 25th 2009,

    Were you assined and workin on this case? yes.
    Did you make efforts to make contact with the defendant in this case? I did

    Was able to make contact on June 29th?

    At somepoint on June 26th, made contact with Michael Penia?

    Made arrangements to sit down and meet with the defendant,

    Evening hours late afternoon? Afternoon.

    Met with Mr. Pena on June 27th n a hotel.
    Who went with you to location. Scott Smith.

    Who was with him? Chernoff and Dr. Murray.

    So, on the 27th not 29th (my note)

    Mr. Penna and Chernoff, him and Det smith.

    Inside a board room at hote.

    Ws this interview recoreded ? Yes.

    Did you begin you or det smith asking him about how he began his reationship with M. Jackson.

    He said he first met MJ in 2006 through a patient’s son.

    Referred becaue he was a cardiologist or as a dr in general? Just as a doctor in general. treated MJ children and MJ for flu in Las Vegas.

    From that initial meeting to 2006 to the current interview, did you question Dr. M about his care preceeding the months 2009.

    Dr. Murry said he received a phone call from Michael Amir williams requesting to treat him for the tour.
    did Dr M tell you that MJ wanted him to accompany him on this London tour? Yes.

    Did he give you more details or words to that effect? Yes.

    According to Dr M, after this initial phone call from MAW, (answer) he said htat Mr. Jackson called him and was elated happy that he was going on the tour.

    Did you question him on the treatment at MJ home. Dr. Murry said that for a little over 2 months been teating him, assisting him to sleep, He said nightly and he also said six days a week.

    Different parts of the interview he said those two answers.

    How did he say he was assisting . He would assist Mr. Jackson with 50 milligrams of propofol. An injection to get him to sleep and with an IV drip to keep him under.

    Initial infusion followed by a drip? objection sustained.

    You mentioned 50 milligrams, did he say that was 50 milligrams every night?

    That was the maximum.

    Did he say that was the total or the amount of one dose. ??? I don’t think I he specifically noted.

    He told me it was a dosage, to put him under and then a speficic drip.

    Throught this interview again, were both mr chernoff and Mr. pena present, at varous points in the inteview, did Dr. Murry ever tell you about a dependnecy issues that MJ had?

    Yes he did. Did he reference that on more than one occasion in the interview ? yes he did.

    Q... did Dr. Murry explain those last remaining evenings ? Yes.

    What did he tell you. ? He felt that Mr. Jackson had developed a dependency on the propofol. So he decided to try to wean him off, and introduce other agents.

    In describing these evenings, last couple days, did he tell you he’d been giving MJ propofol every single night for over 2 months? Yes.

    Now, in these last three days then, according to Dr. Mthat he was attempting to wean M J off the propofol what did he do?

    He lowered the amount of propofol and administered the other two drugs.

    lorazapam and the midazalam.

    How aout the following night, the second night of attempting to wean him off. He did not use any propofol and just jused the lorazapam and midazalam.

    On that day June 25th, did he respond to the Carolwood residence? yes he did. He arrived around 12:50 am.

    Who arrived first? according to Dr. M. ? Dr. M.

    What did he do upon arrival.
    he went to the room where he always treated Mr. J and waited. And that is the room the paramedics testified they found the decedent? Correct.

    Did Dr. M. indicate what time MJ arrive.d He said MJ arrived around 1 am.

    And what happened at that point. That MJ arrived upstiars, they had a brief discussion as to what went on that night and that MJ had a shower and changed.

    Dr. M rubbed some skin lotion on MJ back. For a dermological conditon? Yes.

    Did he begin using an IV. Yes. For what purpose? In either his right or left leg below the knee.

    Was anyone else in the room? We asked that question ahd he always said no.

    Placing the IV for hydration, did he describe what drugs he gave MJ?
    What is the first thing that MJ was given.
    2 pm 2 mil lorazapam diluted with saline. he siad he pushed it slowly.

    Did he mention anythng about valium orally? 10 mg orally was that the first thing? Yes.

    Then 2 am? 2 mil lorazapam with saline pushed it over hte course of 2 to 3 minutes.

    He indicated this was done with a syringe? Yes.

    Directly into a arm or leg or using the IV port? Using the IV Port.

    This was slowy pushed using the syrings over 2 minutes accord to Dr M. ? correct.

    Following this valium and the 2 am slow push of lorazapam, what occured next.

    MJ remained awake for another hour, the n Dr. M. introduced 2 mg of diazopam (same method).

    This was around 3 am.

    Did he indicate he took the time to look at his watch?

    So at 3 am, he gave 2 mil dizdo also injected slowly? Yes.

    And according to Dr. M, did he fall asleeP/

    He said that around 3:20 he fell asleep for 10 to 12 minutes.

    Was it at that point where dr M said he had been looking at his watch? Correct.

    And after following this 10 12 minutes Mr J woke again.

    Dr m M turned down the lights turned on the music, and suggested that MR J meditate.

    He then said, that MJ would have to cancel his shows, cancel his reherasals becuse he couldn’t slee.

    Then dr murray gave him some moe drugs. Mirazapam. then.

    It did not put MJ to sleep.

    Asks to look at his notes to refresh his recollection.

    Asking about following 5 am 2 miligrams of lorazapam.

    Mr. J began to complain som more, about cancellations.

    7L30 am. he indicates he game more drugs to MJ Yes.

    Accoring to Dr. M, MJ is stil awake. Mr. J is complaining that he is still awake and pressure is being placed on him (about the cancellations)

    What did he do at 7L30 he gave another 2 milligrams of diazopam.

    It did not have any effect according to Dr. M.

    10 am June 25th 2009, acc to Dr. M. what is happening.

    MJ was still awake, and was asking for “milk” which was his name for propofol.

    around 1040 or 1050, did he give propofol (acc to Dr. ) ? yes.

    Did he look at his watch, Yes.
    Acc to dr murray he had to look at his watch, to calculate (miss last)

    He said he halfed his normal dose, gave him only 25 milligrams over 25 mnutes.

    It was simply an injecton to put Mr. J asleep, and then a slow drip to keep him asleep.

    According to the time the propofol was given, Dr. M was looking at the time, looking at his watch, did Mr. J. fall asleep? Yes.?

    Did he indicate that was around 11 am? Yes.

    What did Dr. murr do, after he fell asleep?

    He said that he monitored him for a while. He was not snoring, and monitored him until he felt comfortable with Mr. J condition.

    After did he indicate how long he monitored him after that (time? condition?)?

    After he saw him fall asleep around 11 am, at some point did he say he felt comfortable leaving thepatient? Yes he did.

    Did he tell you what he went to go do?

    He went to relieve himself in the restorom.

    DId he tell you what restroom he used? He did.

    Identifies the restroom he used via photo.
    The bathroom he used is depicted in People’s 9 (I think in MJ bathroom?)

    From the bedroom, where MJ was, on peoples nine from left to right, is this the large room referred to as thecloset? Yes.
    So one would have to walk throught the corridor between the bedroom and closet and then enter the bathroom? correct.

    How long did Dr M sya he was gone ? Dr. M said he was gone approximately 2 minutes.

    Transcript page 63. As you sit here today do you recall the exact words of Dr. Murray.

    Generally.

    would it referesh your memory to look at the transcript?

    Page 63, line 22. Is that referencing, dr M speaking?

    Objecton sustained. about referencing room 2 minutes.

    Reask.

    After Dr. Murrya after he returned from his 2 minute absence. He says that he was stunned to see that Mr. J was not breathing, because he was looing for breathing motions.

    Please look at transcript pg 62 line 22...
    refresh.
    What did he say?

    He was stunned to see that he wasn’t breathing, because he always looked at his chest and his diaphramatic motion.

    What was the first thing he said he did, once he noticed MJ was not breating?

    He started chest compressions.
    And according to dr. Murray, what else did he do?

    Mouth to mouth.


    And accornidn to Dr. M, where was Mr. J. ? He was still in bed.

    Did he switch back to checst compressions.
    He described that he had one hand under his back suppoting his back. and the other hand on top of his chest.

    Did he explain why he didn’t move MJ to the floor?

    He said he could not move him to the floor by himself.

    6 ft 5” 22o pounds

    How much did jackson weigh?

    obj sustained.

    At this point in time, in the interview, did Dr. M offer a reason why he did not call the 911 operator. He said he was carrying for his patien and did want to interrupt it.

    However, he did say he

    Did he tell you afterward, he did take time to make a phone call. ? Yes.

    Just prior to making this phone call, did he tell you he was holding thephone and making 1 handed chest compressions.


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    Re: Предварително изслушване 11. 01. 2011

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    And Dr. Murray NEVER told you, that he never gave MJ a drip, on the 25th.

    I need a page number (ans). Page 62, quesiton line 15 through 17...

    What he told you there, was the prior .

    He told you that normally. “I don’t see the word normally.”

    That’s you testimony today? that Dr. M told you he gave MJ a drip on June 25th?

    yes, that’s my understanding.


    In this cronology, when was this created? I created this to give to the dept. coroner, as to when Dr. Murray stated he gave the specific drugs and the amount.

    Do you mremeber conversations of witnessed arrest was? Not the definition no I don’t recall that.

    I remembe dr murry saying that he said it had just happened. And ..
    Def question I miss

    page reference please...(DW)

    Page 74 (EC)

    Looks like we’re going to 4:15 pm.

    He says that he witnessed in regards that he had not been gone long from the bed, and not that he witnessed it occur. Correct.

    EC asks for a moment.

    You were aware are you that the coroner why you were doing investigation, the coroner was doing their own investigation.? (??)
    They were talking to witness and so were you.

    Did you have an occasion to talk to any doctors or did you. obj sustained.

    Heres my question. Did you take the information abut Dr. M past information about past drug use. Obj beyond the scope.

    The skin lotion that you found was that benoquin?

    Yes.
    the Iv for hydration, he also said what he gave you was saline? Yes.

    You said you aksed hte dr if there were any medical bags at the residence.
    Yes.
    You went back to the residence? Yes.

    to look for these items

    And you found these items in exactly this place that dr M said that you would find them. correct.

    pass, hold on. One second.
    that’s it.

    REDIRECt.

    Mr. chernoff asked about this incident in March 2009, relayed about Dr. Mark burg via Dr. Adams, supposedly MJ was given propofol,

    In whos office was MJ was given propofol? Dr. Murray’s.

    And that’s because in his office he had a crash cart. and oxygen there at his office? (Other iem.. puls oxyometer? ) at the office? Yes.
    RECROSS chernoff? No.

    Judge asks to see the attorneys at sidebar.

    Sound is off. We kon’t know what time. Judge is off the bench.

    Shoot.

    Deputy calls


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    Re: Предварително изслушване 11. 01. 2011

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


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    Re: Предварително изслушване 11. 01. 2011

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    Authorities Gunning for Conrad Murray's License

    1/11/2011 12:45 AM PST by TMZ Staff

    Sources tell TMZ ... the Medical Board of California will immediately ask the judge in Dr. Conrad Murray's preliminary hearing to yank his medical license if Murray is ordered to stand trial.
    Judge Michael Pastor should rule within a week whether there's enough evidence to warrant a manslaughter trial in the death of Michael Jackson. If the judge orders a trial -- which he's expected to do -- the lawyer for the Medical Board -- who has been sitting in the courtroom -- will ask Judge Pastor to suspend Murray's license on the spot.

    This will be the third attempt by the Board to suspend Murray's license. The first two attempts failed. Murray is already prohibited from administering "deep anesthetics," including Propofol.

    Sources connected with Murray say he is furious that the Board is trying to suspend his ability to practice medicine, which would then make it impossible for him to pay for lawyers to defend him.

    If California suspends Murray's license, it's likely the medical boards in Texas and Nevada would follow suit.

    http://www.tmz.com/2011/01/10/conrad...inary-hearing/


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    Re: Предварително изслушване 11. 01. 2011

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    Murray: Michael Jackson begged for propofol in his last hours
    By Alan Duke, CNN
    January 11, 2011 6:14 a.m. EST
    Jackson feared his concerts would be canceled if he couldn't sleep, doctor tells police
    Dr. Conrad Murray bought 4 gallons of surgical anesthetic propofol for Jackson
    He tells police he was trying to wean Jackson off the drug when he died
    Los Angeles (CNN) -- A sleepless Michael Jackson begged Dr. Conrad Murray for propofol the day he died, the doctor said in a police interview two days after Jackson's death.

    Propofol is a surgical anesthetic that the Los Angeles coroner ruled killed Jackson in combination with several sedatives found in the pop star's blood.

    While Murray told police he eventually gave Jackson propofol, a defense lawyer planted the seed for a theory Monday that a frustrated Jackson might have poured the fatal dosage into his juice and drank it.

    Jackson depended on propofol to put him to sleep almost every night in the previous weeks as he was preparing for his "This Is It" comeback concerts, but Murray began to wean him off the surgical anesthetic two nights earlier, Murray told police.

    Los Angeles Police Detective Orlando Martinez testified Monday at the preliminary hearing for Murray's involuntary manslaughter case about what the doctor told him two days after Jackson's death.

    Several doses of two sedatives Murray used in place of propofol still hadn't put Jackson to sleep after several hours on the morning of June 25, 2009, Murray told Martinez.

    "Mr. Jackson began to complain that he couldn't sleep and that he would have to cancel his rehearsal and cancel his shows if he couldn't get any sleep since he couldn't perform," Martinez quoted Murray as saying.

    A civil lawsuit filed last year by Jackson's mother against the company producing the concerts alleged that he had been warned a week earlier "that if Jackson missed any further rehearsals, they were going to 'pull the plug' on the show."

    Murray said he eventually gave in to the pressure from his patient and administered a dosage of propofol about 10 a.m., the detective testified. Jackson finally fell asleep, according to Murray's account.

    While his patient slept, Murray sent an email to a British insurance agent assuring him that Jackson was in good health, according to another witness Monday.

    The agent, who was considering "cancellation insurance" for Jackson's London concerts, raised concerns about media reports about Jackson's health.

    "As far as the statement of his health published by the press, let me say they're all malicious to the best of my knowledge," Murray wrote in an email sent from his iPhone at 11:17 a.m. to the agent.

    After sending the email, Murray apparently began a series of cell phone calls, including the last conversation with Houston cocktail waitress Sade Anding. She testified Friday that she was on the phone with Murray when he suddenly stopped responding.

    That moment, about 11:57 a.m., is when prosecutors contend Murray first realized that Jackson had stopped breathing.

    "I didn't hear him on the phone anymore," Anding said. "I heard commotion as if the phone was in a pocket, and I heard coughing, and I heard a mumbling of voices."

    Murray told police he returned from using the toilet when he realized Jackson wasn't breathing, Martinez testified.

    Earlier witnesses raised doubts about Murray's resuscitation efforts, noting that he was initially using compression techniques while Jackson was still lying on a soft bed. A paramedic testified a patient should be placed on a hard floor.

    "Dr. Murray said he could not move him to the floor by himself," Martinez said. The prosecutor pointed out that Murray is 6 feet, 5 inches tall and weighs 220 pounds, while Jackson weighed just 136 pounds when he died.

    Prosecutors have criticized Murray for waiting at least 21 minutes before asking a security guard to call 911 for help. Martinez testified that he asked Murray about the delay.

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

    Murray ordered 15.5 liters -- more than four gallons -- of propofol and 80 vials of injectable sedatives from a Las Vegas pharmacy in the three months before Jackson's death, a pharmacist testified.

    The drugs were shipped to the Santa Monica, California, apartment where Murray stayed with a girlfriend while he worked as Jackson's personal physician, according to pharmacist Tim Lopez and earlier witnesses.

    A Los Angeles coroner's investigator testified Friday about finding empty and unused drug vials near Jackson's bed and in a closet after his death. An empty propofol vial was found on the floor below a nightstand where a juice bottle sat, she said.

    Defense lawyer J. Michael Flanigan, in his cross-examination Monday of Los Angeles Coroner Senior Criminalist Jaime Lintemoot, appeared to lay the groundwork for the theory that a frustrated Jackson could have opened a propofol vial, poured it into his juice bottle and then drank it.

    Investigators did not test the juice bottle for propofol, Lintemoot said.

    The preliminary hearing, which will determine if the case against Murray will go to trial, is not easy at times for Jackson's family to hear.

    His mother Katherine, sisters La Toya and Rebe, and brothers Randy and Jackie listened Monday afternoon as Lintemoot described how she prepared Jackson's liver to be tested for drugs.

    "We put it in a blender, grind it up, make it into a liquid," she said.



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    Re: Предварително изслушване 11. 01. 2011

    Писане by andeli on Сря Яну 12, 2011 11:26 am

    Наистина не знам какво сте слагали, защото нямах време да провея. Слегам нещата по хронологичен ред и с ъптейта на събитията и ако се повтарям - изтрийте ненужното.

    Authorities Gunning for Conrad Murray's License

    Sources tell TMZ .... the Medical Board of California will immediately ask the judge in Dr. Conrad Murray's preliminary hearing to yank his medical license if Murray is ordered to stand trial.



    Judge Michael Pastor should rule within a week whether there's enough evidence to warrant a manslaughter trial in the death of Michael Jackson. If the judge orders a trial -- which he's expected to do -- the lawyer for the Medical Board -- who has been sitting in the courtroom -- will ask Judge Pastor to suspend Murray's license on the spot.

    This will be the third attempt by the Board to suspend Murray's license. The first two attempts failed. Murray is already prohibited from administering "deep anesthetics," including Propofol.

    Sources connected with Murray say he is furious that the Board is trying to suspend his ability to practice medicine, which would then make it impossible for him to pay for lawyers to defend him.

    If California suspends Murray's license, it's likely the medical boards in Texas and Nevada would follow suit

    http://www.tmz.com/2011/01/10/conrad-murray-california-medical-board-license-suspend-revoke-michael-jackson-manslaughter-trial-preliminary-hearing/
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    Coroner Doesn't Believe Dr. Murray's Story

    A doctor for the L.A. County Coroner's Office testified he doesn't believe Dr. Murray only gave Michael Jackson 25mg of Propofol.

    Without saying Murray lied to cops during his interview two days after MJ died, Dr. Christopher Rogers testified if Murry were correct about the 25mg of Propofol, Jackson would have awakened after 3 to 5 minutes of sleep.

    Rogers also testified he doesn't believe Jackson swallowed Propofol. The defense laid the groundwork for this theory yesterday, because small amounts of the drug were found in Jackson's stomach.

    And Rogers said he believes it's inappropriate to use Propofol for insomnia and that Murray's care was "substandard."
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    Official: Jackson healthy, but doc's care lacking

    A coroner's official says Michael Jackson was mostly healthy, but the doctor charged in his death provided substandard care.

    Dr. Christopher Rogers testified Tuesday at a preliminary hearing after which a judge will decide if there is enough evidence for Dr. Conrad Murray to stand trial for involuntary manslaughter.

    Rogers says Murray was improperly using the powerful anesthetic propofol to treat the musician for insomnia. He also says Murray was wrong to leave Jackson's side while he was under anesthesia.

    Rogers says he does not believe the singer injected himself with propofol, which Murray's defense attorneys have suggested could have occurred.

    However, the forensic pathologist says Jackson may have swallowed some of the drug based on the amount found in his stomach.

    Murray has pleaded not guilty.

    http://www.forbes.com/feeds/ap/2011/01/11/entertainment-us-michael-jackson-doctor_8250729.html
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    Christpher Rogers

    - LA coroner. Employed since 1988 as a forensic pathologist

    - He performed the autopsy on MJ.

    - Findings : MJ's overall health was excellent.

    - MJ had prostate issue; vitillago, polop of the colon, inflammation and scaring of his lungs, and also had some arthritis of the spine.

    - MJ was 5’ 9” and 136 pounds. His BMI (body mass index) 20.1. It falls to the thin side of normal weight.

    - MJ did not have any abnormalities of the heart and he did not have any atherosclerosis. He did not have any cardiac disease.

    - There was no trauma or any natural disease that caused his death.

    - They decided it was homicide based on the info they have and substandard care given to MJ.

    - Cross-examination : Rogers say that situation doesn’t support self administration of self treatment of propofol and there were no factors inconsistent with his conclusions.

    - Cross-examination : Rogers is asked hypothetically if MJ ingested propofol and lydocaine himself would it still be considered homicide. Rogers answer is that it would still be homicide based on the medical care - the fact that there was propofol in a house setting and there was no preparation for adverse effects.

    - Question about self administration : The IV catheter was in the left leg a little bit above the knee. Rogers mentions it's hard to reach and in order of MJ to inject himself it would require the doctor to stop medication, leave the room, MJ wake up and gain the necessary awareness to press /push propofol.

    - Cross - examination : Oral digestion. Rogers say it's possible to orally digest propofol but doesn't think that's the case here as the amount in the stomach is so small.

    http://sprocket-trials.blogspot.com/2011/01/dr-conrad-murray-prelim-day-6-part-i.html

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    TMZ

    Murray Commited Homicide Even If MJ Injected Himself

    A doctor for the L.A. County Coroner's Office just testified ... even if Michael Jackson injected himself with the fatal dose of Propofol, Dr. Murray is still guilty of homicide.

    Dr. Christopher Rogers testified he believes Dr. Murray had no business administering Propofol outside a hospital setting, particularly without the appropriate medical equipment. Rogers said given MIchael's dependence on Propofol and the fact that Murray left him alone in the room with access to the drug constitutes a homicide.

    _____________________________________________

    Rogers says it's possible to ingest propofol but doesn't think that's the case here.


    From Trials and Tribulations draft update


    Q= Why can’t you take propofol orally?

    A= Well, from my understanding you need to take it via IV.

    Q= But in the event that propofol were taken orally, that’s one way it could appear in the stomach?

    A= Yes, that’s a way it could appear in the stomach.

    Q= But, if propofol was taken orally, it would have caused pain in the esophogus or stomach?

    A= I don’t know.

    Q= Is it your info, propofol in it’s redistribution could go into that dark liquid in the stomach?

    A= It’s a possibility.

    Q= Also possibility, if propofol is taken orally, and lidocaine taken on top of it, is that also a possiblity?

    A= It is a possiblility , although in this case the amount in the stomach is so small, they would have taken a small amount of propofal orally.

    Q= Questions about injesting lidocaine, you would expect that to appear in the stomach?

    A= (Yes?)

    Q= So there’s basically is two possibilities of self administration. is IV and orally.

    A= Yes.

    Q =The gastric contents tends to support the oral assumption.

    A = No, I don’t think the gastric contents support that. (He mentions the small amount in the stomach.)

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    Coroner says drug dose amounted to 'homicide'

    The medical examiner who ruled Michael Jackson’s death a homicide testified Tuesday he would stand by the classification even if it turned out the pop star gave himself the fatal dose of anesthetic.

    Dr. Christopher Rogers made the statement as a lawyer for Jackson’s personal physician questioned him about the possibility the singer administered the anesthetic propofol when Dr. Conrad Murray wasn’t looking.

    “Based on the quality of the medical care, I would still call this a homicide even if the doctor did not administer the propofol to Mr. Jackson,” said Rogers, chief of forensic medication at the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office.

    He said Murray had endangered Jackson by using the drug in a home setting without proper monitoring, regardless of who gave the final dose. The testimony was a blow to the defense.

    Over the course of the six-day hearing to determine whether there is enough evidence to try Murray for involuntary manslaughter, his lawyers have hinted they may argue for acquittal at trial by blaming Jackson for the fatal dose.

    Rogers testified the pop star was in “excellent” health for a middle-aged man and died because of “substandard” medical care. The pathologist said Murray violated treatment norms with his use of propofol.
    The drug, he said, is not indicated for insomnia and requires constant patient monitoring, which Murray did not provide.

    “The information we received indicates that the doctor left Mr. Jackson while he was anesthetized and this is something you would not do,” Roger said.

    Despite testimony from a paramedic that the singer was so underweight as to resemble a hospice patient, Rogers said Jackson was “normal weight” at 5 feet 9 and 136 pounds.

    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2011/01/michael-jackson-hearing-coroner-says-drug-dose-amounted-to-homicide.html#more
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    Писане by andeli on Сря Яну 12, 2011 11:32 am

    CNN In Session

    Dr. Christopher Rogers was the first witness of the day.

    Rogers is a forensic pathologist, the Chief of Forensic Medicine at the L.A. County Coroner’s Office.

    Rogers performed the autopsy of Michael Jackson on June 26th, 2009.

    According to Dr. Rogers, Jackson was in good health at the time of his death.

    Rogers: 'The autopsy did show some incidental findings. However, his general health was excellent.'

    Rogers says Jackson had enlargement of the prostate gland, vitiligo, a polyp of the colon & had some inflammation and scarring of his lungs.

    Rogers says Jackson was 5 foot 9, and weighed 136 pounds.

    He describes Jackson as being a “thin” individual, who had a BMI [body mass index] of 20.1 (“that’s the normal range”).

    Rogers did not discover any trauma or natural disease that would have caused his death.

    Rogers says Jackson's manner of death was homicide.

    Rogers' conclusion was based primarily on the info he had about the medical care MJ received, specifically that the care was substandard.

    Rogers says MJ died of propofol intoxication, with an underlying condition of a benzodiazepine effect.

    Cross: Flanagan asks Rogers if his conclusion this was a homicide depends on his assumption that the propofol was administered by another.

    Dr. Rogers concedes that this is correct.

    Flanagan asks Rogers about the contents of Jackson’s stomach. In Rogers autopsy report he noted 70 grams of dark fluid in MJ's stomach.

    Rogers says he could not identify the contents of MJ's stomach.

    Flanagan: 'In the event that propofol were taken orally, that’s one way for it to appear in the stomach, isn’t it?'

    Rogers: 'Yes, in that case, it would appear in the stomach.'

    Rogers says that the propofol levels in Jackson’s system were very high, similar to what might find in “full anesthesia.”

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    AP corrected their "drinking propofol" story

    Coroner: Autopsy showed Jackson death a homicide

    The coroner who performed the autopsy on Michael Jackson has testified that the pop star's death would have been classified a homicide even if the singer gave himself the final dose of the anesthetic propofol.

    Christopher Rogers, chief of forensic medicine for the Los Angeles County coroner, was questioned Tuesday by a lawyer for Dr. Conrad Murray, who is charged with causing Jackson's death.

    Attorney J. Michael Flanagan suggested Jackson could have swallowed the drug, which is meant to be administered intravenously. While Rogers said that seemed unlikely, he said it would not have made a difference in his finding of homicide because of inadequate care by Murray.

    Flanagan's inquiry was the first disclosure of how the defense plans to counter an involuntary manslaughter charge against Murray.

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    CNN In Session

    The next witness is Dr. Richard Ruffalo. Ruffalo is an anesthesiologist and clinical pharmacologist.

    In this case, he was asked to review a body of materials and offer his opinion about any possible deviation from the standard of care.

    According to Dr. Ruffalo, if one is given propofol, monitoring techniques should be utilized.

    But if one is mixing propofol with other medications, the risks of a bad reaction are increased.

    Ruffalo: “You clearly need to pay even more attention...you’d need to be able to do resuscitative efforts."

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    Dr. Richard Ruffalo

    - Ruffalo is an anesthesiologist and clinical pharmacologist. He went over everything about MJ's death and wrote a 47 page independent report.

    - He says propofol levels in MJ at the time of his death would be even higher as the blood is drawn from him after he received a lot of IV fluids and propofol degrades over time.

    - Dr, Ruffolo also thinks the numbers of the benzodiazapams from the heart blood, he thinks reflect an injection of a higher dose than what Dr. Murray states he gave.

    - Dr. Ruffolo mentions monitoring requirements and the equipments and training needed for any emergency situation response.

    http://sprocket-trials.blogspot.com/2011/01/dr-conrad-murray-prelim-day-6-part-i.html

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    MZ's story about Murray's medical licence is confirmed

    “If Dr. Murray is held to answer on the criminal charges, the next step for the Medical Board would be to file an accusation, which would seek to revoke his license,” Jennifer Simoes, spokesperson for the Medical Board of California, tells FOX411. “An accusation has not been filed yet.”

    http://entertainment.blogs.foxnews.com/2011/01/11/dr-conrad-murray-still-has-his-medical-license-really/?test=faces#ixzz1AlNm9EM0

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    Michael Jackson Hearing: Coroner Says Drug Dose Amounted to 'Homicide'

    January 11, 2011 | 11:16 am ( L.A. Now--L.A. Times)
    The medical examiner who ruled Michael Jackson’s death a homicide testified Tuesday he would stand by the classification even if it turned out the pop star gave himself the fatal dose of anesthetic.

    Dr. Christopher Rogers made the statement as a lawyer for Jackson’s personal physician questioned him about the possibility the singer administered the anesthetic propofol when Dr. Conrad Murray wasn’t looking.

    “Based on the quality of the medical care, I would still call this a homicide even if the doctor did not administer the propofol to Mr. Jackson,” said Rogers, chief of forensic medication at the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office.

    He said Murray had endangered Jackson by using the drug in a home setting without proper monitoring, regardless of who gave the final dose. The testimony was a blow to the defense.

    Over the course of the six-day hearing to determine whether there is enough evidence to try Murray for involuntary manslaughter, his lawyers have hinted they may argue for acquittal at trial by blaming Jackson for the fatal dose.


    Rogers testified the pop star was in “excellent” health for a middle-aged man and died because of “substandard” medical care. The pathologist said Murray violated treatment norms with his use of propofol.

    The drug, he said, is not indicated for insomnia and requires constant patient monitoring, which Murray did not provide.
    “The information we received indicates that the doctor left Mr. Jackson while he was anesthetized and this is something you would not do,” Roger said.

    Despite testimony from a paramedic that the singer was so underweight as to resemble a hospice patient, Rogers said Jackson was “normal weight” at 5 feet 9 and 136 pounds.

    -- Harriet Ryan at Los Angeles County Superior Court

    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2011/01/michael-jackson-hearing-coroner-says-drug-dose-amounted-to-homicide.html

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    Re: Предварително изслушване 11. 01. 2011

    Писане by andeli on Сря Яну 12, 2011 11:41 am

    A coroner in the Michael Jackson death case on Tuesday testified that even if the pop star self-administered the drug that killed him, the physician caring for the singer would have committed homicide.

    The testimony of Dr. Christopher Rogers, chief of forensic medicine for the Los Angeles County Coroner, could damage a possible plan by defense attorneys to claim it was the singer who caused his own death, not their client Dr. Conrad Murray.

    In questioning on the stand, Rogers said the simple fact that Murray gave Jackson the powerful anesthetic propofol without proper precautions constituted homicide.

    On Tuesday, defense attorney J. Michael Flanagan asked Rogers about injections of the drug, that typically is used in hospitals, but which Jackson used at home to sleep.

    "If the doctor didn't put the propofol in Mr. Jackson, it's not a homicide is it?" Flanagan asked.

    "Based on the quality of the medical care, I would still call this a homicide even if the doctor did not administer the propofol to Mr. Jackson," Rogers said. "The fact that there was propofol there in the first place -- in other words, this is not a usual setting to administer propofol -- and if there was propofol there, it was there to be administered to Mr. Jackson and so the doctor should be prepared for adverse effects."

    Flanagan then asked if Dr. Murray should have been prepared for Mr. Jackson self-administering propofol?

    "If that's a possibility, yes," Rogers replied.

    Rogers also said in his testimony that medical examiners believed, based on the evidence, that Murray was the one who administered the propofol to Jackson.

    http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE70A5YG20110111

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    TMZ

    Prosecution Rests in Murray Case

    The prosecution has ended its case in the Conrad Murray preliminary hearing after 6 days of testimony.

    The defense filed a motion to dismiss, which is routine. It will almost certainly be denied.

    Judge Michael Pastor has taken a recess. It's virtually certain that Dr. Murray will be ordered to stand trial.

    The Deputy Attorney General who represents the Medical Board of California is in the courtroom. We're told he will ask the judge to suspend Murray's license to practice medicine.

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    AP update

    Prosecutors have rested their case at a preliminary hearing for a doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death, and both sides are awaiting a judge's ruling on whether Dr. Conrad Murray will stand trial for involuntary manslaughter.

    Los Angeles Superior Judge Michael Pastor concluded the hearing Tuesday after six days of testimony from more than 20 witnesses who mostly detailed Murray's actions during Jackson's final hours.

    http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/2011/jan/11/testimony-ends-at-hearing-for-jackson-doctor/

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    TMZ

    Dr. Conrad Murray Ordered to Stand to Trial


    Dr. Conrad Murray was just ordered to stand trial in the death of Michael Jackson.



    Judge Michael Pastor ruled there is sufficient evidence to warrant a manslaughter trial.

    Judge Pastor's ruling follows a 6-day preliminary hearing in which more than 20 witnesses were called.

    If convicted Murray faces a maximum of 4 years in prison.

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    from TMZ

    In his closing statement, Deputy District Attorney David Walgren told the judge, "It was not Michael Jackson's time to go. Michael Jackson is not here today because of the negligence and reckless acts of Dr. Murray." Crying or Very sad

    Walgren said Murray cared more about covering up evidence than helping MJ.

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    Judge Orders Michael Jackson Doctor to Stand Trial

    By LINDA DEUTSCH
    © 2011 The Associated Press

    Jan. 11, 2011, 5:50PM

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    LOS ANGELES — A judge on Tuesday ordered the personal physician of Michael Jackson to stand trial for involuntary manslaughter after hearing testimony that he administered a lethal dose of a powerful anesthetic and other sedatives then left the pop star alone.
    The ruling in the case against Houston cardiologist Dr. Conrad Murray came after a six-day preliminary hearing before Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor.

    Prosecutors concluded their case with testimony from two doctors who said Murray acted outside the standard of medical care when he administered the propofol then failed to provide proper care.
    Both witnesses said that even if Jackson had self-administered the final dose of the drug, his death would be a homicide because of Murray's actions.

    Murray, 57, has pleaded not guilty, and his attorneys have said he did not give Jackson anything that should have killed him. Murray could face up to four years in prison if tried and convicted.

    During the hearing, prosecutors built a timeline of Jackson's final hours and Murray's actions, suggesting the singer died because of Murray's gross negligence.

    Though many details were previously revealed in court filings and accounts from law enforcement officials, the hearing featured new disclosures and compelling moments such as Jackson's burly former bodyguard choking back tears as he recalled the two oldest Jackson children watching their father in his death throes.
    The guard, Alberto Alvarez, said daughter Paris fell to the ground crying out, "Daddy!" before Alvarez led them from the room.

    Jackson's mother, Katherine, seated in the courtroom, dabbed at her eyes during the testimony. The famous Jackson siblings — Janet, Jackie, LaToya, Randy and Rebbie — were present every day along with their parents.

    Alvarez also testified that Murray instructed him to place medicine vials in bags before calling 911 on the day Jackson died.

    Police Detective Orlando Martinez said Murray told him he found Jackson not breathing just after 11 a.m. on June 25, 2009. Phone records showed 911 was not called until 12:21 p.m.

    Paramedics and an emergency room doctor all testified that they thought Jackson died in his bedroom, before he was transported to a hospital where Murray insisted resuscitation efforts continue.
    The medical personnel also said Murray didn't tell them he had given Jackson propofol, which is normally administered in hospital settings.

    Using phone records and testimony from Murray's current and former girlfriends, prosecutors also showed the doctor was on the phone before and after he gave Jackson the lethal dose of propofol and sedatives.
    Martinez testified about the timeline Murray laid out in a nearly three-hour interview with police two days after Jackson died.

    Murray described a nearly 10-hour ordeal of trying to get Jackson to sleep, giving him a valium pill and two other sedatives intravenously before yielding to the singer's demands for propofol. Jackson called the anesthetic his "milk," and coroner's investigators later found several vials of it in a bag labeled "Baby Essentials" in Jackson's closet.

    Martinez said Jackson told Murray if he couldn't get sleep, he might have to cancel his widely heralded "This is It" comeback tour. The doctor spoke of feeling pressured to give the star the propofol he wanted, the detective said.

    Defense attorneys rarely call witnesses or present their own theories during preliminary hearings, which have a lower standard of proof than criminal trials. But lawyers for Murray did reveal possible trial strategies while questioning witnesses.Defense attorney Ed Chernoff challenged Alvarez's recollection of events in Jackson's bedroom but stopped short of asking if there was enough time for him to do everything he said he did before dialing 911.

    Another defense attorney, J. Michael Flanagan, quizzed a coroner's investigator about whether a syringe and an empty vial of propofol found under a table next to Jackson's bed, were within reach of the singer.
    The judge barred an answer after a prosecutor objected.

    Under Chernoff's questioning, Martinez said Murray recalled Jackson asking to self-administer propofol. Prosecutors said they expect the defense to claim Jackson administered the deadly dose himself while Murray was out of the room.

    The testimony painted a troubled portrait of a singer who had grown more reclusive since his 2005 acquittal on child molestation charges. He was plagued by insomnia, and the choreographer of his show said he seemed ill and "lost" a few days before the final rehearsals but rallied to do "fabulous" work in the final two days.Jackson had been receiving propofol intravenously six nights a week for the two months before his death, Murray told detectives.

    When Alvarez and paramedics arrived at the singer's bedroom, they were surprised to find the 136-pound singer wearing a surgical cap and urinary catheter. Far from looking like a pop superstar about to embark on a 50-concert tour, Jackson seemed more like a hospice patient, one paramedic said.
    Jackson's family and fans have contended the doctor should be tried for murder. During the hearing, a plane flew over the courthouse trailing a banner with Jackson's image that read, "Change the Charge to Murder."

    ------------------
    AP Entertainment Writer Anthony McCartney contributed to this story.
    http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/ap/top/all/7377000.html

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    Conditions of bail is appropriate. Orders all of existing conditons of bail amt. and also orders the conditonal

    Immediatley cease and disist frompracticing in the state of californila is now suspended by this court as a conditon of bail.

    They are to notifiy the approprite authorities in other states within the next 24 hours.

    Provide represite proof to this court, in the next 24 hours.
    to any and all licensing agencies where Dr. M holds a license.

    Find there is good cause. (lists examples of the changed circumstances)

    cites a case for finding. for good cause.

    Dr. Murray is not to practice in any other jursdiction, in less he is so license.

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    Closing statements

    Murray's lawyers arguments

    - We have never heard the time of death, if we knew the time of death we can find out who is involved.

    - Murray saw MJ everyday for 3 months, he would know how MJ interacted with these drugs better than the other doctors.

    - We heard from an anethesiologist what he would use as a standard of care. We didn’t hear from a cardiologist in a similar situation and training.

    - Murray injected around 10:40 so if Dr. Murray was away from MJ, how could he have given another dose of propofol? so what was going on between 11 am and 12 am? That goes to show you right there that Dr. Murry could not have given that dose, he was on the phone.


    Prosecutor Walgren's Arguments

    - Walgren is very angry and passionately in a loud voice, arguing his case.

    - It was not MJ time to go. MJ's children are without a father.The reason MJ is not here today, is because of the careless, negligence careless incompetence of Murray. MJ is dead at the hands of Murray.

    - Walgren goes over what is heard in the testimonies.

    - Walgren mentions Murray's timeline "According to Murray’s own timeline, that he let MJ lie there for over an hour not breathing. Or he could be lying about his timeline, and Murray is not being truthful about his timeline. Third option, is that Dr. Murray is so utterly so incompetent and reckless, that he has no idea what he gave him or when."

    - Judge Pastor denies the defense's motion to dismiss the case.

    - Walgren asks for an increase in the bail amount. (wants it to be $300,000). Judge denies this as he doesn't think Murray is a flight risk.

    - Ms. Saunders of Medical board goes over the testimony and asks the judge to suspend Murray's medical licence. Judge grants that request.

    - Arraignment is set for January 25th, at 8:30 am.

    http://sprocket-trials.blogspot.com/2011/01/dr-conrad-murray-prelim-day-6-part-ii.html

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    Michael Jackson's doctor ordered to stand trial in pop star's death, stripped of medical license

    A judge stripped Dr. Conrad Murray of his medical license Tuesday after ruling that prosecutors have sufficient evidence to try him for manslaughter in the death of pop star Michael Jackson.

    Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor said testimony presented during a six-day hearing into Murray's treatment of the singer had convinced him that allowing the cardiologist to keep his license "would constitute an imminent danger to public safety."

    Evidence presented by prosecutors, the judge said, showed "a direct nexus in connection between the acts and omissions of Dr. Murray and the homicide in this case," the judge said.

    Pastor's decision to send the case to trial was widely expected, including by Murray's attorneys, but his defense had strongly contested the loss of his license, calling it a "nuclear option" that would destroy the 57-year-old doctor's ability support his family and mount a criminal defense.

    Murray is scheduled to be arraigned Jan. 25.

    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2011/01/michael-jacksons-physican-stripped-of-medical-license-and-ordered-to-stand-trial-in-his-death.html

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    The involuntary manslaughter charge against Dr. Conrad Murray in the death of Michael Jackson will be sent to trial, a Los Angeles judge ruled Tuesday.

    Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor also prohibited Murray from using his California medical license until the trial is completed. The state medical board requested that be made a provision of his bail.

    While Michael Jackson was Murray's only and last California patient, Murray's lawyer argued a suspension in one state would prompt Texas and Nevada, where he sees patients, to also take action.

    Pastor denied the prosecution's request to increase Murray's bail, which is now set at $75,000.

    http://news.blogs.cnn.com/2011/01/11/manslaughter-case-against-jackson-doctor-conrad-murray-will-go-to-trial/

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    Howard Weitzman, the attorney for John Branca and John McClain, co-executors of the Estate of Michael Jackson, told RadarOnline.com: “The judge’s ruling ordering Dr. Murray to stand trial for the death of Michael Jackson is perfectly appropriate given the testimony in this case.”

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    Re: Предварително изслушване 11. 01. 2011

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    Jackson doctor will face trial on involuntary manslaughter charge

    Michael Jackson's doctor will face trial on an involuntary manslaughter charge in the death of the pop superstar, a Los Angeles judge ruled Tuesday.

    Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor also prohibited Dr. Conrad Murray from using his California medical license until the trial is completed. The state medical board requested that be made a provision of his bail.

    While Jackson was Murray's only and last California patient, Murray's lawyer argued a suspension in one state would prompt Texas and Nevada, where he sees patients, to also take action.

    Pastor denied the prosecution's request to increase Murray's bail, which is now set at $75,000.

    "Michael is not with us today because of an utterly inept, incompetent, reckless doctor, the defendant Conrad Murray," Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney David Walgren said in his final arguments.

    Several Jackson's family members sat through the six-day preliminary hearing for Murray, but they would not talk about the ruling as they left court Tuesday.

    The lawyer for Michael Jackson's estate issued a statement on behalf of the co-executors.

    "The judge's ruling ordering Dr. Murray to stand trial for the death of Michael Jackson is perfectly appropriate given the testimony in this case," Howard Weitzman said.

    Murray's lawyers appeared satisfied with the results of the preliminary hearing because of testimony they got from prosecution witnesses that might help raise reasonable doubt about Murray's guilt at trial.

    "I think the prosecution is going to change their tactics in this case," defense lawyer J. Michael Flanagan said after court. "It's not the same as what they gave in opening statements."

    Earlier Tuesday, the prosecution's expert witness in the case admitted he made a math mistake and that the recalculation supports the defense theory that Michael Jackson may have given himself the fatal dose of propofol.

    Propofol is a surgical anesthetic that the Los Angeles coroner ruled killed Jackson in combination with several sedatives found in his blood.

    Dr. Richard Ruffalo, an anesthesiologist hired by the prosecution, was the last witness to take the stand.

    "I actually made a mistake on that," Ruffalo said during cross-examination, referring to his calculation of the levels of propofol in Jackson's stomach fluid.

    The admission drew an audible gasp from Jackson family members sitting in court.

    Murray's lawyers suggest a frustrated and sleepless Jackson may have poured the surgical anesthetic propofol into his juice bottle while the doctor was out of his bedroom.
    "Now it doesn't make sense unless he ingested it orally in a huge amount," Ruffalo testified.

    But he said Murray would still be at fault, because he left dangerous drugs near a patient who was addicted.

    "It's like leaving a syringe next to a heroin addict," Ruffalo said. "If he's not getting what he wants, when you leave the room he might reach for it himself."

    "Either way, it doesn't matter," he testified. "He abandoned his patient and didn't resuscitate appropriately."

    Murray should have anticipated that Jackson, who had previously asked to inject himself, might do this, Ruffalo said.

    "He gets upset if he doesn't get his milk," he said, referring to Jackson's habit of referring to propofol as his "milk."

    The pop star's sister La Toya Jackson was clearly upset by hearing a prosecution witness vilify her brother as an addict.

    The pathologist who conducted Jackson's autopsy acknowledged earlier Tuesday it was possible, although improbable, that Jackson gave himself the fatal dose of the propofol.

    The defense planted the seed Monday for its theory that Jackson may have given himself the fatal dose. A doctor said in a police interview two days after the death that a sleepless Jackson begged Murray for propofol the day he died, a police detective testified.

    While Murray told police he eventually gave Jackson propofol, the defense lawyer suggested that it could be that a frustrated Jackson poured the fatal dosage into his juice and drank it.

    Jackson had depended on propofol to put him to sleep almost every night in the previous weeks as he was preparing for his "This Is It" comeback concerts, but Murray began to wean him off the surgical anesthetic two nights earlier, Murray told police.

    Los Angeles Police Detective Orlando Martinez testified at the preliminary hearing about what the doctor told him two days after Jackson's death.

    Several doses of two sedatives Murray used in place of propofol still hadn't put Jackson to sleep after several hours on the morning of June 25, 2009, Murray said, according to Martinez.

    "Mr. Jackson began to complain that he couldn't sleep and that he would have to cancel his rehearsal and cancel his shows if he couldn't get any sleep since he couldn't perform," Martinez quoted Murray as saying.

    A civil lawsuit filed last year by Jackson's mother against the company producing the concerts alleged that he had been warned a week earlier "that if Jackson missed any further rehearsals, they were going to 'pull the plug' on the show."

    Murray said he eventually gave in to the pressure from his patient and administered a dose of propofol about 10 a.m., the detective testified. Jackson finally fell asleep, according to Murray's account.

    While his patient slept, Murray sent an e-mail to a British insurance agent assuring him that Jackson was in good health, according to another witness Monday.

    http://edition.cnn.com/2011/CRIME/01/11/california.conrad.murray.hearing/index.html



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    Re: Предварително изслушване 11. 01. 2011

    Писане by andeli on Сря Яну 12, 2011 11:44 am

    E, това беше. Ще има дело. Защо не ми става по- леко? И как ли би могло.... :boohoo


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    Re: Предварително изслушване 11. 01. 2011

    Писане by L.O.V.E. MJ on Сря Яну 12, 2011 12:01 pm

    Това е някаква стъпка напред към справедливостта и понасянето на наказание /надявам се!!!/...Но, да от това и на мен не ми става въобще леко, не ми носи дори и малко удовлетворение...Та и как може - какво може да върне Майкъл - НИЩО!!! Справедливостта вече не му носи никакво удовлетворение...
    Обичам те, Майкъл! Липсваш ми безкрайно! /не ме винете, че спамя Crying or Very sad /


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