Conrad Murray won’t testify in Jackson death trial
By Alan Duke
LOS ANGELES (CNN) — Dr. Conrad Murray, who was Michael Jackson’s personal physician, is refusing to testify in the wrongful death lawsuit that the singer’s mother filed against concert promoter AEG Live.
Lawyers for the mother, Katherine Jackson, and her three children called off their jailhouse visit to depose Murray, which had been set for Monday morning because Murray swore “he would not answer any questions at the deposition or the trial,” Jackson lawyer Kevin Boyle told CNN.
He said the Jackson case would not suffer without his testimony.
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