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Dr. Conrad Murray was talking on the phone and texting in the hours and minutes leading up to Michael Jackson’s cardiac arrest, according to phone records presented Monday at the doctor’s manslaughter trial.

The records presented by prosecutors indicate that two cellphones registered to Murray were in frequent use during a period he was supposed to be tending to the singer. In the hour before Murray discovered Jackson in bed, records show calls totaling 46 minutes, including a half-hour conversation with his office and a social call to a Houston waitress.

Read more at LATimes.com

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