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CNN Evening News for Monday, Sep 26, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The trial of Dr. Conrad Murray for his role in the death of Michael Jackson introduced.

(No location given: Randi Kaye) The background to Jackson's death in 2009 reviewed; scenes shown of the Jackson house in California with the 911 call, including Murray's voice, played and of media coverage of the Jackson death story; details given about the investigation of the role of Murray and drugs in the death and the criminal charges against him. [Brother Jermaine JACKSON - announces the death.] [Former Jackson nurse Cherilynn LEE†- comments on the drug Propofol/Dipravan†.] [In a hospital, Dr. Sanjay GUPTA†- talks about the use of the drug.] [Dr. Drew PINSKY - calls the administering of the drug "outrageous."] [In August 2009, video, MURRAY - says he told the truth.] [Murray attorney Ed CHERNOFF†- denies Murray caused Jackson's death.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with criminal attorney Ed Mesereau† about the Jackson death trial. [MESEREAU - outlines what the prosecution has to do: explain the dangers of the use of the powerful drug Propofol; notes how the defense will try to devalue Jackson as a drug addict; notes the evidence against Murray.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi
Duration:
00:09:00

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