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The recording that certificates Michael Jackson’s death was published online

by Julia
February 24, 2010 at 3:19 pm

An audio recording detailing dramatic moments in which American doctors from emergency services certificated the death of singer Michael Jackson, on June 25, 2009, was posted online and taken by the international media, inform thesun.co.uk.

This audio, in which we can hear the voice of a man who calls the hospital, could become a new evidence in the trial where the star’s former personal physician is judged.

American media believes that the voice on the tape belongs to a nurse employed at the Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD), calling the UCLA Hospital.

The recorded message containing the following words: “The patient is Michael Jackson, pop star. It has no pulse and not breathing. He is inert. We tried to revive. Unsuccessfully”.

“We did everything we could. We’ll get (to the hospital) in five minutes. Doesn’t look good. Doesn’t look good at all,” says the same voice.

This recording, posted on the forum of the ambulance workers, could be the first official news that confirmed the American star’s death on June 25, 2009.

An LAFD spokesman said: “I would not confirm if that was one of our employees. It could be. It refers to” pop star Michael Jackson “, but we never used to say names.

If the recording is authentic, it could be vital evidence in the trial of Conrad Murray, the star’s former personal physician, accused of murder.

The registration contradicts the saying of the doctors, who said the star’s body had pulse when he boarded the ambulance.

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