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Michael Jackson case: AEG exec admits Murray characterizations wrong
Michael Jackson case: AEG exec admits Murray characterizations wrong

Confronted with emails he wrote five days before Michael Jackson's death, the chief executive of AEG Live admitted Monday his characterizations of Conrad Murray, the doctor who gave the singer the fatal dose of the anesthetic propofol, were wrong. Randy Phillips testified on the 25th day of testimony in the wrongful-death suit brought by Jackson's mother and three children against AEG Live and two of its executives, including Phillips. After Kenny Ortega, the director of Jackson's 50 scheduled concerts in London, wrote an email saying Jackson needed psychiatric help, Phillips responded: FULL COVERAGE: AEG wrongful death trial “I had a lengthy conversation with...

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