Faheem Muhammed
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Michael Jackson: Dr Conrad Murray made 'frantic' call

A key aide and a security guard have told the manslaughter trial of Michael Jackson's doctor of events on the day the superstar died.

His personal assistant described a "frantic" call from Dr Conrad Murray, and security guard Faheem Muhammad said he saw Dr Murray try to revive Jackson.

Prosecutors say Dr Murray gave Jackson a lethal dose of a sedative that caused his death in June 2009.

The defence says Jackson gave himself too much of the drug, propofol. From Los Angeles, Peter Bowes reports.

  • 29 Sep 2011
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