While the first week of the trial of the death of Michael Jackson’s death concludes, the jurors now wind up the whole case on the actions of the accused Dr. Conrad Murray on the day when the singer died. Jackson died in 2009 June and Dr.Murray has been alleged of man slaughtering the singer with a deadly dose of propofol.
Some of the witnesses, who were present at the scene of the death of the singer had given their testimonies in the court on Friday. Among the witnesses were some of the staffers and a few paramedics.
Richard Seneff, one of the paramedics had said that he had seen Jackson lying on the floor with a surgical cap on his head and eyes wide open. Seneff had also noticed the doctor sweating in tension and trying to revive the singer.
Later the team of paramedics had tried their best to revive the singer for more than 40 minutes. Seneff said that Jackson’s skin was turning blue and that Murray had never discussed about giving Jackson a dose of the aneasthetic propofol. However, Murray had revealed that he used to give a dose of lorazepam to help the singer sleep as he was an insomniac.