Michael Jackson's Personal Assistant Michael Amir Williams - has been describing in court this evening the moment he got the call to say something was wrong with the singer. Williams told how on the fateful night he found a message on his phone from Murray. It said: "Call me right away, call me right away." When he rang the doctor back, he said Murray did not ask him to call 911, but said: "Get here right away, Mr Jackson had a bad reaction." The court has been told that following Michael's death, Murray approached Mr Williams and made an "odd" request.
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Michael Jackson's bodyguard Alberto Alvarez, who took the witness stand in the death trial of the singer, claimed doctor Conrad Murray asked him to hide drug vials and an IV bag before calling 911. Alvarez, the first guard to reach Jackson’s bedroom on the day of his death, was close to tears as he described the moment he saw the star lying on the bed. He also told the Court that the doctor instructed him to grab a clear saline bag with a bottle of Propofol inside. The bodyguard said he thought he was packing Jackson’s drugs together ready for him to be taken to hospital.
Robert Russell, one of Murray's former patients, testified today that Murray had saved his life from a heart attack several months before Jackson's death, which is probably positive for Murray and portrays him as a caring and capable cardiologist. "The advice he gave me saved my life," Russell said. According to Russell, Murray put several stents in the arteries near his heart and helped him to change his unhealthy habits.
On Monday, October 3, one of the hospital's emergency room doctors, Richelle Cooper, continued her testimony, which she began on Friday. She told the jury on Friday that Jackson appeared to be "clinically dead" when he arrived at the hospital. She also said had been contact with a nurse who had spoken to the paramedics who treated Jackson at his home. The two EMTS, Richard Senneff and Martin Blout, said that the singer showed no signs of live and was in cardiac arrest when they arrived at his home at 12:26 p.m..