Dr. Conrad Murray‘s lawyers wanted the outtakes to prove Jackson was very ill in the days before his death. The argument goes — he was already dying, so Dr. Murray can’t be held responsible for his death.
But Judge Michael Pastor ruled … the outtakes were valuable to Sony Pictures — which objected to turning over the footage — and the video did not show MJ in poor health.
If the hours of video show a healthy Michael, it undercuts a major line of defense for Murray.
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