When Dr. Conrad Murray Michael Jackson is unconscious, he called the former lead singer of the end of the personal assistant, Michael Amir Williams, and left a frantic message. That message was played in court today.
According to Digital Spy, Murray said, "Call me right away, please. Please call me immediately. Thank you." Williams said Murray told him that the King of Pop suffered a "bad reaction" and that the presence of Williams was requested immediately. Murray told him to "come here right away."
Despite the urgency with which the doctor seemed to say, Murray Williams said he was ordered not to call 911. He did not elaborate on the condition of the singer, either.
Jackson had prepared for his This Is It tour when he died June 25, 2009. A lawyer for AEG, the organizers of the tour, said Murray had requested a CPR machine and a nurse over to London for his patient. "He wanted to ensure that there was someone available to help," counsel for AEG, Jorrie Kathie said. Murray Jackson said the machine needed CPR for health reasons .