A Los Angeles County paramedic who responded to the delayed 911 call from Michael Jackson's home the day he died testified Friday in Dr. Conrad Murray's involuntary manslaughter trial that Jackson was "flatlined" and appeared dead when rescuers arrived.
Paramedic Richard Senneff said that at no time during the 42 minutes he was with Jackson on June 25, 2009, did he see any signs of life in him.
Paramedic Martin Blount, who drove the ambulance, began his testimony later Friday, the fourth day of Murray's trial.
Deputy District Attorney Deborah Brazil asked Blount about his initial assessment of Jackson's condition when he arrived.
"I felt he was dead, ma'am," Blount said.FULL STORY