Conrad Murray Trial Day 7: More Audio of a Drugged, Slurring Michael Jackson Played [VIDEO/AUDIO]
MICHAEL JACKSON TRIAL DAY 7: On the first day of DR. CONRAD MURRAY'S manslaughter trial, prosecutors played audio that Dr. Murray had recorded of a supposedly drugged MICHAEL JACKSON slurring his words Yesterday, Jurors heard the rest of that dramatic recording.
As he drifts off into a drug-fueled stupor, Jackson talks to Dr. Conrad Murray about his plans for the This Is It shows, including raising money to start the Michael Jackson Children's Hospital.
He says, "My performances will be up there helping my children and always be my dream. I love them. I love them because I didn't have a childhood. I had no childhood. I feel their pain. I feel their hurt." When Jackson goes silent for 13 seconds, Murray asks, "Are you OK?" Jackson responds, "I am asleep."
Murray made the recording on his iPhone on May 10th, 2009. Six weeks later, Jackson died of an overdose of propofol which Murray had been administering as a sleep aid. It was recovered when authorities seized Dr. Murray's cell phone