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Michael Jackson's Security Guard 'Just Wants To Tell The Truth'

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Sep. 29 2011, Published 10:55 a.m. ET

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By Jen Heger Legal Editor

The security guard that was summoned to the bedroom by Dr. Conrad Murray, as Michael Jackson's body appeared lifeless on the bed, is telling close friends that he just wants to tell the truth, is exclusively reporting.

The guard, Alberto Alvarez, is the first witness that will be called by the prosecution on Thursday morning. Once again, will live stream the trial, starting at 8:45am PT/11:45am ET.

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Alvarez was with Dr. Murray in the crucial moments before the ambulance arrived for Michael Jackson. On Wednesday, Deputy District Attorney Dave Walgren told jurors that Dr. Murray instructed Alvarez to help him put Propofol bottles in sacks before he called 911.

"Alberto has maintained his silence throughout the investigation. He had numerous offers to sell his story, but he never did," a source close to the situation tells exclusively.

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"Alberto maintained his loyalty to Michael Jackson and his children, even after he died. Alberto is very, very loyal, and he will get up on the stand and finally be able to tell the world what really happened on that tragic day. Alberto just wants to tell the truth."

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