Conrad Murray trial: Michael Jackson’s kids witnessed the drama

Michael Amir Williams, MJ’s personal assistant was a witness called to testify on Wednesday at the trail of Dr Conrad Murray.

” Paris screamed out, ‘Daddy!'” Alvarez said today. “She was crying.”

Dr. Murray was giving chest compressions as he shouted, “Don’t let them see their dad like this.”

The witness said he turned to Prince and Paris, who were crying, and said, “‘Kids, don’t worry, we’ll take care of it. Everything’s going to be okay.’ Then I asked Dr. Murray what happened and he said, ‘He had a bad reaction.’ ”

Alvarez also said Murray asked him to place some bottles in a bag of drugs before calling 911.

For prosecutors, this meant Murray wanted to hide the evidence of his responsibility in Jackson ’s death.

Alvarez said he thought the doctor needed to transport necessary equipment to the hospital where Jackson was to be rushed.

“I believed that Dr. Conrad Murray had the best intentions for Mr. Jackson,” Alvarez testified.

Jackson ‘s personal chef, Kai Chase, also testified Thursday.

“The children were crying and screaming and the next thing we did was we started hugging, we held hands and we stared praying,” he said. “We didn’t know what was going on but the energy in this house did not feel good.”