King of pop Michael Jackson was resuscitated for ten minutes an hour after he suffered a cardiac arrest, the lawsuit against his physician Dr Conrad Murray has revealed.
Court documents showed that the doctors and nurses at UCLA detected a weak pulse, though it could not be sustained.
The information emerged in a lawsuit filed by Michael's father Joe against Dr Murray, who has been charged with involuntary manslaughter over the singer's death.
A 13-page document drawn up by Joe claims Dr Murray caused his son's death by giving him drugs and not getting him to hospital sooner.
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