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Dr Murray talks of the night Michael Jackson died

In a police interview recorded two days after Michael Jackson's death, Doctor Conrad Murray said he gave Jackson the powerful anesthetic propofol.

In the recording which was played at his trial, Dr Murray told the detectives about treatments he gave the singer on the day he died. He said that Jackson demanded "milk" - his nickname for propofol.

Dr Conrad Murray is charged with the involuntary manslaughter of Mr Jackson. He denies the charge.