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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 13, 2011
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(Studio: John King) Day 12 in the trial in Los Angeles of Dr. Conrad Murray for his role in the death of Michael Jackson reported; scenes shown from the courtroom. [On the stand, WITNESS - comments on the cause of death.]

(Los Angeles: Ted Rowlands) The defense strategy that Jackson killed himself examined; details given about the theory about the use of propofol with witness testimony about drugs, addiction and doctors shown.

(Studio: John King) Live discussion held with InSession's Sunny Hostin about the Murray trial. [HOSTIN - comments on the damaging witness testimony making the trial look like a medical malpractice case; explains how it is a tight case brought by the prosecution: a strong case; notes the possibility the Jackson children will testify in the rebuttal phase.]

Reporter(s):
King, John;
Rowlands, Ted
Duration:
00:06:50

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