16. Richard Senneff: the first paramedic on the scene testified Dr. Murray claimed to have called emergency services as soon as he discovered Jackson — which conflicts the prosecution’s statement there was a 20-minute delay before the doctor made the call. The Los Angeles-based paramedic/firefighter said Jackson was “flatlined,” and appeared dead, when rescuers arrived at his house, and that at no time during the 42 minutes he was with him, did he see any signs of life. 18. Dr. Alon Steinberg: the cardiologist said Murray’s admission he didn’t call 911 for at least 20 minutes — and his own botched efforts to resuscitate the King of Pop — greatly impacted Jackson’s chances of survival for the worse. “Every minute counts,” he said, dubbing Murray’s behavior as a doctor “strange.”
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