Paramedics Testify in Jackson Trial

    LOS ANGELES, CA  - SEPTEMBER 30:  Dr. Conrad Murray watches the testimony of paramedic Richard Senneff, during Murray's involuntary manslaughter trial at the Los Angeles Superior Court on September 30, 2011 in downtown Los Angeles, California.  Senneff testified that Murray told him that Jackson wasn't being treated for any specific condition.  Murray is charged in the death of singer Michael Jackson who died of an overdose of prescription drugs, including propofol and lorazepam, in June of 2009.  (Photo by Al Seib-Pool/Getty Images)

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    Closing the first week of the involuntary-manslaughter trial of Michael Jackson's physician, paramedics testified that Dr. Conrad Murray didn't tell them Jackson had been given a dose of the powerful anesthetic Propofol, which authorities say killed the King of Pop. Former federal prosecutor Sunny Hostin weighed in on the paramedics' testimony on CBS's Early Show on Saturday Morning, saying that their description of Murray's behavior was illuminating because "he didn't act the way normal doctors would act." The fact that he didn't mention the Propofol is "really damaging evidence for him," she said, adding that his delayed emergency call to 911 is also crucial. The EMTs testified that they thought Jackson was already dead when they arrived on the scene.

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