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A photo of Michael Jackson lying dead in a hospital bed was shown in a courtroom today and jurors heard a shocking audio tape of a drugged Jackson slurring his words so badly that he was barely understandable.

The photo and the audio were part of the opening statement prosecutors made at the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray, who is accused of involuntary manslaughter in the death of the king of pop.

Attorney David Walgren showed a photo of Jackson dancing at the Staples Center the night before he overdosed on propofol and put the picture side by side with a picture of Jackson lying lifeless in a hospital bed wearing a hospital gown.

"What happened between that time and approximate 12 hours later when Michael Jackson is dead on June 25, 2009?" Walgren asked. "What you will learn through the evidence is that what happened during that time frame is that the acts and omissions of Michael Jackson's personal doctor, Conrad Murray, directly led to his premature death at the age of 50."

Murray, 58, could face four years in prison and lose his medical license. Throughout the opening statement, prosecutors attacked Murray's medical skills, saying he showed gross negligence in his treatment of Jackson.

Prosecutors played a recording of a drugged Jackson. The recording had been made on Murray's iPhone on May 10, 2009, a little more than a month before Jackson died on June 25, 2009.

Jackson's voice is nearly unrecognizable as he stumbles and talks slowly about the impact he hopes his "This Is It" Tour will have. Jackson was preparing for the 50-night grueling comeback tour at the time of his death.

"We have to be phenomenal... when people leave this show, when people leave my show, I want them to say I've never seen nothing like this in my life. Go. Go . I've never seen nothing like this. Go. It's amazing. He's the greatest entertainer in the world," he mumbles

"I'm taking that money, a million children, children's hospital the biggest in the world. Michael Jackson's Children's Hospital," Jackson says in the recording.

The prosecutor also said that the upcoming tour was important to Jackson because it would be the first time that his children would see him perform.The courtroom is packed with the Jackson family members including father Joe Jackson, mother Kathryn Jackson and siblings like Janet Jackson.

Murray, in a gray pin striped suit, looked stunned at the evidence compiled against him. Some of that evidence included Murray's own recorded conversation with detectives just two days after Jackson's death.

During that conversation, he claimed he gave Jackson a small dose of propofol on the day he died and that he only left him for 15 minutes to go to the bathroom.

"Then I came back to his bedside and was shocked because he wasn't breathing," he says in the audio recorded June 27, 2009.

Prosecutors contend that phone records show that Jackson was left unattended for far longer and that 911 was not called right away.

"It will be clear that Conrad Murray abandoned Michael when he needed help. It was Conrad Murray's gross negligence, it was Conrad Murray's unskilled hands and his desire to obtain this lucrative contract of $150,000 a month that led Dr. Murray to not only abandon his patient, but to abandon all principles of medical care," said Walgren.

Walgren also showed pictures of Jackson's bedroom to show how medical monitoring devices typically used when someone is under anesthesia were not there or appeared unused. A blood pressure cuff was still in a box and an oxygen tank had no oxygen, Walgren said.

Jackson died over two years ago at 50 after overdosing on the powerful anesthetic, propofol. The defense will contend that it was Jackson who self-administered the last dose of the anesthesia that ultimately was his death potion. Defense attorneys Edward Chernoff and Nareg Gourjian are expected to argue that Jackson gave himself the dose after Murray left Jackson's bedroom.

"It is not at all implausible in my opinion that he could have pushed an injection into that port and inadvertently killed himself," said Vesna Maras, a former medical prosecutor for the Los Angeles district attorney's office.

Propofol is typically administered in an operating room and is commonly referred to as "milk" among addicts. Murray's defense attorneys claim that their client was trying to wean Jackson off the drug.

"I think if they were going to handle this in a way that makes the most sense, they're not going to try and vilify Michael Jackson...they're going to cast...Dr. Murray as someone who wanted to wean him off, do what he could to minister him literally," said veteran defense attorney Mark Geragos.


Prosecution Won't Call Jackson Kids to Witness Stand Prosecutors David Walgren and Deborah Brazil are expected to argue that Murray was reckless in administering the drug and should have never left Jackson unattended.

One thing prosecutors won't do is call any of Jackson's three kids to the witness stand. However, legal experts said that it doesn't mean the kids might not testify on behalf of defense lawyers.

On Monday, Judge Michael Pastor dealt a blow to the defense by barring video of Michael Jackson announcing his 50-city comeback tour dubbed This Is It. The defense hoped to show the video to argue that Jackson was hung over and had passed out just before taking the stage to announce the tour. Geragos said that because the defense can't use the video, they might have to use the testimony of Jackson's older children, Paris and Prince, to provide the same type of information.
he first witness to be called by prosecutors will be Jackson friend and choreographer, Kenny Ortega. Ortega was working with Jackson on his This Is It Tour.
"The prosecutors it seems are going to go chronologically. They are going to start with Ortega who claimed he had warned Murray weeks beforehand that Jackson wasn't well...prosecutors want to show that this was reckless, Murray's conduct, that he behaved in a way that an ordinary person, an ordinary doctor shouldn't behave," said ABC News' legal analyst Dan Abrams.

Abrams said that he thinks there's a good chance that Murray will take the stand in his own defense.

"No one is questioning that Dr. Murray administered certain drugs that are extremely controversial...it's not a who done it, it's this technical, legal standard of recklessness...The defense might have to call Dr. Murray in the end," Abrams said.
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Nice, I'm gonna follow this trial

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Prosecutors contend that phone records show that Jackson was left unattended for far longer and that 911 was not called right away.

"It will be clear that Conrad Murray abandoned Michael when he needed help.

It was Conrad Murray's gross negligence, it was Conrad Murray's unskilled hands and his desire to obtain this lucrative contract of $150,000 a month that led Dr. Murray to not only abandon his patient, but to abandon all principles of medical care," said Walgren.

Walgren also showed pictures of Jackson's bedroom to show how medical monitoring devices typically used when someone is under anesthesia were not there or appeared unused. A blood pressure cuff was still in a box and an oxygen tank had no oxygen, Walgren said.

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Damn! Wacko sounds smashed on the tape they played

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Tape of Jackson's slurred and confused words
Prosecutors played an audio recording of the pop superstar slurring his words and talking about his upcoming concerts.
Prosecutor David Walgren told jurors the audio from May 10 2009, over a month before Jackson's death, was retrieved from Dr Conrad Murray's cell phone.
Jackson's voice was unrecognisable on the recording. He was speaking slowly and Walgren described the singer as highly under the influence during the conversation.

It was the first time the audio was disclosed or played in public.
'We have to be phenomenal... When people leave this show, when people leave my show, I want them to say, "I've never seen nothing like this in my life. Go. Go,"' Jackson is heard saying.
'"It's amazing. He's the greatest entertainer in the world. I'm taking the money, a million children, children's hospital, the biggest in the world, Michael Jackson's Children's Hospital,"' the singer is heard rambling.
Walgren used the audio to bolster his point that Murray should have known better than to continue giving Jackson the powerful anaesthetic propofol, which was cited as a cause of Jackson's death.

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Sounds like me when i'm pissed.

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I believe it, he was the perfect target. Fucked up, misunderstood, child star, black, loved, targeted for character assassination, and had a shit load of money. He made a lot of enemies just by being himself.

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Jackson's final hours
Prosecutors say that Murray made a number of phone calls between 10:20 and 11:51am the morning of Jackson's death. He is believed to have discovered the star unconscious at about 11.56am but he did not tell anyone to call 911 until 12.20pm.
During his last phone call – to a cocktail waitress who Murray regarded as his girlfriend – he suddenly became silent and the phone went dead.
'This is likely the time Conrad Murray first noticed Michael Jackson's lifeless body,' prosecutor David Walgren said.
The cocktail waitress made a statement that Murray stopped responding to her and then five minutes later the phone went dead.
The court was shown pictures from inside Jackson's home. The centre images shows the last jacket he wore on his bathroom floor:


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