Part I Edited by Caligirl9 on January 7, 2011 at 7:40 p.m.
Correction edit by Sprocket 1/8, 9:00 p.m.
#6 Richard Senneff
#7 Paramedic Martin Blount
#8 AT&T Harry Daliwal
#9 Sprint Nextel communications Jeff Strohm
#10 UCLA Emergency medicine physician Dr. Richelle Cooper
#11 Cardiologist fellow, UCLA Dr. Thao Nguyen
#12 Detective LAPD Dan Myers
Deputy District attorneys
DDA Debrah Brazil
J. Michael Flanigan
Richard Senneff still on the stand under cross by [Joseph] Low.
…Q: Left off where the hospital gave you the choice to call it (the death).
Senneff: That’s not correct. When we give our third round of meds we update vital sings of any changes. Read all the information. There was no change in the patient.
They (UCLA) said, “We’d like to call it.” It’s their call…
…Q: Was there at some point did Dr. Murray say that he had found a pulse?
Senneff: Yes he did. (Murray claimed he felt a pulse in the femoral artery; this large artery is in the leg close to the groin.)
As soon as he said it, the first thing I did was look at the monitor….
DDA. Mr. [David]Walgren
DDA Q: Asking about femoral pulse during treatment.
Senneff: When Dr. Murray said he felt a pulse, not one of the other paramedics had felt a pulse. There can be a “false” pulse during CPR compressions. They stopped compressions for a few seconds, and then resumed. He did not feel a pulse….
… DDA Q: Your opinion of this patient was based on the surroundings, the IV, the look of the patient, quite thin and pale, the doctor being there. In fact, it was your opinion that the patient was dead.
…. DDA Q: You thought it was inaccurate that the doctor said the patient had just gone down with the call?
Senneff: Yes sir.
DDA Q: (Re-verifies with the witness) That you are comfortable with a time that the patient went down prior to your arrival?
Senneff: “20 minutes to an hour.”….
Witness #7—Paramedic Martin Blount
….. Dr. Murray was the one who opened the door and requested help. He noticed that Dr. Murray was sweating profusely…. … He did hear Dr. Murray being asked if the patient had been given any drugs and Dr. Murray said no. Dr. Murray explained that the reason there was an IV was because the patient had been dehydrated….
…Blount noticed the IV wasn’t operating properly, so they were looking for a site on the arms to insert a new IV. Blount said, “To me, the temperature of Jackson’s skin was cool.”…
… He observed that the patient’s eyes were “blown” [ed. note: blown means large and unresponsive to light]. It was Blount’s opinion, from observing the body, that the patient was dead….
… CROSS by Low
Going over his testimony of questions that Dr. Murray was asked. Questioning Blount about how long he thought Michael Jackson had been down, Blount verifying that it was his impression that the patient looked deceased when he first came in the room. Verifies that he testified that he thought the patient’s skin was cool….
DDA Q: If someone has no viable heart rhythm, then blood cannot be circulating through the body one of the things that happens is the veins collapse and they can be difficult to access.
Witness #8— Harry Daliwal
DDA Debrah Brazil direct.
…Daliwal…. Access over phone records, text messages.
Witness #9 Jeff Strohm
Strohm: I work for Sprint Nextel communications where I am a custodian of records. As a custodian I’m responsible for testifying.
Responsible for various types of legal commands.
Sprocket goes into the details of times of texts and calls from these two witnesses, be sure and keep up with Sprocket and this trial at Trials and Tribulations:
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Thursday, January 6 notes, edited and ed. notes by Caligirl9 on January 7, 2011 @ 6 p.m.
Correction edit by Sprocket 1/8, 9 p.m.
…Witness #10—Dr. Richelle Cooper: UCLA Emergency medicine physician.
…. The patient had no sign of life. The pupils were fixed and dilated. The patient was dead on arrival to UCLA. Despite that condition, they attempted to revive the patient. No pulse; no other signs of trauma. Proceeded to administer other drugs. Patient is still being ventilated and CPR is continuing and cardiac monitors on the patient….
… CROSS: Defense Attorney Flannagan
Witness #11—Dr. Thao Nguyen, cardiologist fellow, UCLA
Witness #12—Dan Myers: Detective LAPD
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