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Conrad Robert Murray, Michael Jackson's doctor, after 911 tapes releasedBy Nancy Dillon In Los Angeles and Rich Schapiro and Corky Siemaszko In New YorkDAILY NEWS STAFF WRITERS Updated Friday, June 26th 2009, 5:06 PM HOMichael Jackson, seen above at a rehearsal, had reportedly been taking painkillers for several months as he struggled to get in shape for his comeback performances.

APIn this July 7, 2006 photo, Dr.

Conrad Murray poses for a photo as he opens a cardiovascular center in Houston.

He tried to revive Jackson to no avail.Take our PollThe music stoppedHow will you remember Michael Jackson? As the King of PopAs a tragic figureRelated NewsArticlesMichael Jackson autopsy reports expected FridayFor Michael Jackson's children, future is unclearLong before Michael Jackson died, pop star looked barely aliveTributes to Michael Jackson remember pop star worldwide'Ed Sullivan' to 'Thriller,' Jackson grew up on TVPop giant's big screen moments weren't always his bestMichael Jackson spent fortune faster than he earned itMichael Jackson's Neverland, his own 'Oz' and place to reclaim lost childhood Michael Jackson: The Music VideosThe cardiologist with Michael Jackson when his heart stopped was poised Friday to speak with police, who are investigating whether the King of Pop was done in by a fatal dose of prescription painkillers.Dr.Conrad Murray was identified as the mysterious medic who witnessed the 50-year-old icon's final frantic moments on a day of other fast-moving developments:* Jackson underwent an autopsy to determine what caused him to go into cardiac arrest on Thursday.

* The Los Angeles Fire Department released the 911 tape on which a caller calmly tells the operator to send an ambulance.

"We have a gentleman here that needs help, he's not breathing," he says.* reported that Jackson was already dead by the time paramedics arrived, but his doctor insisted they continue trying to revive him and even rode with them to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Lidocaine, a drug that can be used restore heart rhythms, was found at the scene, TMZ reported.* Jackson family insiders and other sources suggested the pop star's prescription drug abuse - specifically Demerol and possibly OxyContin - might have caused his heart to shut down.* President Obama sent his condolences to Jackson's family and fans through his spokesman.

"The president also said he had aspects of his life that were sad and tragic," said Robert Gibbs.* Congress paused during a debate on climate change to observe a moment of silence to honor Jackson.* The Gloved One's videos streamed all day across the big screen in Times Square and Harlem's historic Apollo Theater was the site of an all-night vigil, where New York fans cried and moonwalked in his memory."Michael Jackson's songs, it doesn't sound like music anymore," said Frantzy Fils, 33, of Brooklyn.

"They're prayers."As the tributes poured in, so did new details and questions about Jackson's last moments.Murray, who was staying at Jackson's rented Los Angeles mansion to help him gear up for a grueling 50-show comeback, went off radar shortly after the singer was pronounced dead Thursday.Investigators spoke with Murray briefly and later towed a BMW with Texas plates from the property near Sunset Blvd., a car registered to Murray's sister."The car might contain medication or other evidence that could assist the coroner in determining the cause of Michael Jackson's death," said Officer Richard French, an LAPD spokesman.While French did not name the doctor and insisted he was not the target of a criminal investigation, a Texas TV station identified him as Murray, who has offices in Houston and Las Vegas.

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