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Paramedics to testify at trial of Michael Jackson's doctor

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Paramedics who responded to Michael Jackson's mansion the day he died get a chance to explain what they experienced when they testify today in the trial of the pop star's doctor.
Martin Blount and Richard Senneff are expected to say that Dr. Conrad Murray never mentioned giving Jackson the powerful anesthetic propofol.
Both paramedics believed Jackson had died by the time they arrived at the house in June 2009, but Murray insisted Jackson be taken to a hospital in an effort to resuscitate him.

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