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Paramedic testifies in Jackson case

Paramedic testifies in Jackson case
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The jury in the manslaughter trial of Michael Jackson’s doctor has heard from the first paramadic who arrived at the singer’s bedside.

Richard Senneff said Doctor Murray’s response to his questions, ‘did not add up’ and said the doctor failed to tell him he had been giving the star propofol as they tried to revive him.

Earlier the judge issued a gag order for lawyers involved in the case after one of them revealed details on TV.

If convicted, Dr Murray could face up to four years in prison and lose his licence to practise medicine. The trial resumes on Monday and is expected to last about five weeks.