Paramedic Richard Senneff
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Murray's response to paramedics 'did not add up'

The first paramedic to reach Michael Jackson's bedside on the day he died has been giving testimony at the manslaughter trial of Dr Conrad Murray, the singer's personal physician.

Paramedic Richard Senneff said the doctor appeared "frantic" and his response did not make sense when asked whether the superstar had any underlying health conditions.

He said Dr Murray's response "did not add up".

Dr Murray denies a charge of involuntary manslaughter and the trial continues.

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