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Murray lawyers ask for more security camera footage

By | Published on Wednesday 16 March 2011

Conrad Murray

Lawyers for Dr Conrad Murray, the medic accused of killing Michael Jackson by negligently administering the drug propofol, will go to court today to try to get access to security camera footage recorded at the LA home where Jackson died in 2009.

According to TMZ, so far police have only handed over four minutes of such footage, showing Jackson returning to the property the previous night. Murray’s legal people seem to want to ascertain who else came to or left the house in the hours leading up to the singer’s untimely demise. A judge is due to consider the Murray team’s request later today.

As previously reported, the Murray trial has been postponed to May after it emerged the doc’s lawyers hadn’t written any notes about the witnesses they intend to call to the stand. Although Murray’s lawyer reckoned he didn’t have to prepare any such notes, the judge hearing the case insisted some information be shared with the other side to ensure no nasty surprises during the trial itself.



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