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September 29th, 2011
11:00 AM ET

Conrad Murray's behavior called into question on the second day of his trial

On day two of the Conrad Murray trial, the jury heard testimony from witnesses who recounted what allegedly happened on the day that Michael Jackson died.  Michael's personal assistant and Faheem Muhammed, his head of security, were called to the stand, as well as employees of AEG Live, the company that was promoting his attempted comeback tour.

Muhammed described the chaotic scene he discovered when he entered Michael's bedroom that day, saying that Jackson appeared dead when he arrived. He also told the jury about seeing Michael's children outside of his bedroom door while Dr. Murray tried it resuscitate him.

Today on American Morning, Paul Callan discusses the trial and how the prosecution has attempted to conduct their case so far.

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