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Topic - Murray'S Police
Prosecutors are expected to play for jurors on Friday a police interview conducted with the doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death, during which he lays out his version of events in the final hours of the singer's life.
A defense attorney is continuing his cross-examination of a coroner's toxicologist who has told jurors autopsy tests found a powerful anesthetic throughout Michael Jackson's body.