JACKSON TRIAL: DAY 4: Paramedic Richard Senneff testified Friday that Michael Jackson's life might have been saved had Dr. Conrad Murray called 911 immediately. During the fourth day of the Conrad Murray involuntary manslaughter trial, Senneff testified that Murray told him he called 911 the second he realized Jackson was in trouble, but in truth there was about a 20-minute delay.

  • According to Senneff, Michael's heart could have been restarted if Murray called earlier.


  • Senneff said Murray never mentioned the drug propofol while he was on the scene. In fact, according to Senneff, Murray initially denied that Jackson was on any medication.


When he returned from the ambulance to pick up his equipment, Senneff said, he saw Murray picking up "items" off the floor.

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