Day Two of preliminary hearing brings more damning recollections about doctor’s conduct on day Michael Jackson died
A bodyguard testified Wednesday that the doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death grabbed a handful of vials and ordered him to put them in a bag before telling him to call 911 during frantic efforts to revive the King of Pop.
Alberto Alvarez was the first security guard to reach the bedroom where prosecutors say Dr. Conrad Murray administered a fatal dose of the powerful anesthetic propofol to Jackson on June 25, 2009.
He said he was frozen at the sight of Jackson on the bed with his eyes and mouth open. He said he saw Murray (pictured right, at an earlier hearing) place vials in a plastic bag that he then gave to Alvarez to put in a canvas sack.