The preliminary hearings in the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray, the doctor charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson, continued yesterday with testimony corroborating the prosecution's claim that Murray hid incriminating evidence around Jackson's deathbed.
Alberto Alvarez, one of Jackson's bodyguards, testified on Wednesday that Murray had instructed him to collect medicine vials and intravenous bags before calling paramedics to the scene after discovering that the singer was not breathing.
Later, paramedic Richard Senneff testified that Murray did not mention that he had administered a dose of Propofol, the sedative that was found to have killed the singer.
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