Thursday, September 29, 2011
Day Two of Dr Conrad Murray's Trial
Michael Jackson’s personal assistant, Michael Amir Williams, was in court yesterday to testify on the second day of the trial of Dr Conrad Murray.
Mr Williams said that he first became aware there was a problem when Dr Murray rang him, frantically asking him to come to Jackson’s home. Dr Murray allegedly told him that Jackson had suffered a “bad reaction”, and that immediate help was needed.
However, Dr Murray did not ask Mr Williams to call 911.
Mr Williams described the scene in Jackson's bedroom, seeing Jackson's feet near the side of the bed on the ground.
Dr Murray was administering CPR, and appeared to be very nervous; Jackson appeared to be dead.
Dr Murray then asked Jackson's bodyguards if they knew CPR.
Later, in hospital, Mr Williams stated that Dr Murray approached him in a hallway of UCLA hospital just after Jackson was pronounced dead and allegedly said that there was some cream in Jackson's room that he wouldn’t want the world to know about.
Dr Murray then allegedly asked Mr Williams to drive him back to the house to get it.
Mr Williams refused.
He went on to testify that he Jackson’s bodyguard, Faheem Muhammed, not to let Dr Murray back into the house.
The trial continues.