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California / Jackson Death / Murray Trial / A Discussion #1003998

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 30, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The fourth day in the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray for his role in the death of Michael Jackson reviewed; details given about the testimony of the first responding paramedics.

(Los Angeles: Randi Kaye) The day's events at the trial reviewed; scenes shown from court. [In response to question from prosecutor Deborah Brazil†, paramedic Richard SENNEFF†- recounts what Murray said; notes the patient had flatlined and the doctor did not respond and said the patient was taking no drugs, did not say he had given Jackson propofol and was picking up items from the floor near the bed.] [Defense attorney Nareg GOURIJAN - asks question of Senneff.] The testimony from witness Robert Russell who testified that Murray's treatment saved his own life before he closed his practice discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos and CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta about Jackson and the trial. [From Los Angeles, GUPTA - comments on what happened upon Jackson's death and on having to prove what killed Jackson.] [GERAGOS - comments on the timeline of events as presented by the paramedic; assesses the workmanlike job being done by the prosecution and the defense; notes the key will come down to whether the medicine/drugs that Murray gave Jackson caused his death.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi

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