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MORE MURRAY: Michael Jackson's personal assistant Michael Amir Williams and prosecutors played a panicked voicemail Dr. Conrad Murray left on Williams’ phone the day Jackson died. Williams said the superstar was in good spirts on the evening of June 24, 2009, even calling his last rehearsal “amazing.” The following day, Williams received a message from Murray at 12:13 pm saying, "Call me right away." When he called back, Murray told him the pop star had a "bad reaction" and to "get somebody here immediately." Why the Doctor called Williams rather than 911 is something prosecutors in Murray’s manslaughter trial will examine. Williams also indicated Murray had previously asked AEG for a CPR machine, even as he claimed Jackson was in “good shape.” (9/28p)

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