Both sides returned to court on Wednesday as prosecutors continued to make their case against Dr. Conrad Murray.
Dr. Murray is charged with involuntary manslaughter in the June 25, 2009, death of Michael Jackson.
Get a concise roundup of day two here…
Day Two – 8 Main Points
- Katherine, Joe, Janet, La Toya, Jermaine, Randy and Rebbie Jackson were all back in court on the second day
- Court played panicked voicemail Murray made before calling 911
- Jacksons bodyguard and PA recount chaotic scene as attempts were made to revive the singer
- Jacksons children Prince Michael and Paris were present in the room and both were crying
- PA tells how Murray wanted to go back to mansion to remove skin whitening cream that ‘world should never see’
- Concert organiser Paul Gongaware told court that Jackson gave a ‘good rehearsal’ in his final time on stage
- Gongaware testified that Murray, who later agreed to a $150,000 monthly salary, originally wanted $5 million.
- Lawyer Kathy Jorrie who drew up the contract between Murray and concert promoter said doctor requested a portable CPR machine
Day Two – Recap
Another day in court, “another day of sadness,” tweets La Toya Jackson…
Both sides returned to the LA court on Wednesday as prosecutors continued to make their case against Dr. Conrad Murray, who’s charged with involuntary manslaughter in the June 25, 2009, death of Michael Jackson.
First up on day two, both sides finished questioning AEG Live executive Paul Gongaware, and he was followed on the stand by AEG lawyer Kathy Jorrie.
Before the lunch break, testimony was heard from former Jackson assistant Michael Amir Williams.
Security guard Faheem Muhammad took to the stand in the afternoon session.
Day Two – Media Roundups
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