Full Jackson recording played at Dr Murray trial
Jurors at the trial of Michael Jackson's doctor have heard for a second time, the audio recording of the singer in which he sounds slurred and incoherent.
Prosecutors played the full version of a conversation with Dr Conrad Murray, where the singer talks about building a hospital for children after his comeback concerts.
Conrad Murray, who had been treating Jackson, denies charges of involuntary manslaughter.
The BBC's Peter Bowes reports.
05 Oct 2011
- From the section US & Canada