Jackson Assistant Testifies
Those closest to Michael Jackson take the stand in manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray.
Michael Jackson's personal assistant took the stand in the manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray Wednesday.
Michael Williams testified about those critical minutes when Dr. Murray first realized Jackson wasn't breathing and the frantic voicemail he received from the doctor.
Williams says he called back two minutes later and Murray told him to get to the house right away, that Jackson had a bad reaction.
Williams described the scene when he arrived as "frantic".
On Tuesday there were fireworks when prosecutors showed a picture of Jackson's lifeless body on a gurney, taken shortly after he was pronounced dead.
Then, came an audio recording from the King of Pop sounding incoherent and slurring his words.
Six weeks after the recording was made Jackson was dead.
Murray is facing one-count of involuntary manslaughter.