In The People v. Dr. Conrad Murray, Kai Chase takes the witness stand. Michael Jackson’s personal chef, Ms. Chase, testified in Jackson’s manslaughter trial on behalf of prosecution efforts waged against Dr. Conrad Murray. Chase commented that she viewed her testimony as helpful to the prosecution when she testified that Dr. Murray was nothing short of frantic as he asked for her help the day the King of Pop died. This flurry of activity sadly happened at least ten minutes before any one picked up the phone to dial 911!
Dr. Murray beckoned Personal Chef, Chase, for help while MJ lay dying
According to celebrity tabloid, TMZ’s Celebrity Justice column, just after noon on the day of MJ’s death, Chase testified she was in the kitchen making lunch for Jackson and his kids. Chase recalled that Dr. Murray ran downstairs to where she was, interrupted her, asked for help, wanted Jackson’s son, Prince, and wanted her to call security. In response, she sent Prince to Dr. Murray and resumed making lunch. She did not call security nor offer further assistance.
No one called 911 to seek aid for MJ for 15 minutes!
Jackson’s personal assistant, Michael Amir Williams, also recently took the stand. He said Dr. Murray called him at 12:13 p.m., minutes after Chase’s exchange with the frantic doctor. Williams testified he called security, as requested, immediately. It was security guard, Alberto Alvarez, who finally called 911 at 12:21 p.m., approximately a quarter hour after Dr. Murray first recognized the need to get help for the ailing (if not deceased) pop star.
In The People v. Dr. Conrad Murray, Kai Chase’s testimony on the stand, combined with testimony of others in the MJ entourage, will hopefully complete the puzzle of events that took place the day the King of Pop died. Read more about Chase’s testimony and the MJ trial, as well as other celebrity trials, at celeblegalissues.com
Information in this post gathered in association with Atlanta injury attorneys