Recently released paramedic documents regarding the emergency response to Michael Jackson’s home on the day of his death seem to point towards his doctor’s failure to give medics all pertinent information that could have saved the popstar’s life. Dr. Conrad Murray’s legal team tells RadarOnline.com that they have yet to see the alleged documents and maintain Murray’s professionalism.
“We are currently in receipt of almost 2800 pages of discovery from the Los Angeles prosecutors and have been assured more is coming. What we have does not include this official paramedics report cited in the NOWT [News Of The World] story. We are therefore not in a position to respond to what was reported,” his lawyer Ed Chernoff said.
Despite not having seen the documents, Chernoff maintains that Murray acted with the best intentions towards his famous client. “However, we can say unequivocally that Dr. Murray did everything in his power to save Michael Jackson’s life and that he fully cooperated with both the paramedics at the scene and physicians at UCLA Medical Center.”
The leaked ambulance report alleges that Murray did not tell paramedics that he had given Jackson the drug Propofol, telling them he had only administered Lorazepam along with fluids to re-hydrate Jackson.
He has plead not guilty to the charge of involuntary manslaughter. If convicted, he could face three years in jail. Murray is due back in court on April 5 though a source close to the situation told RadarOnline.com that Chernoff will ask for a continuance.
“He still hasn’t received all discovery in the case,” the source explained.