The nurse practicioner, Cherilyn Lee testified this week in the Conrad Murray trial. She was called to testify by the defense, and she discussed her care of Michael Jackson, and she also testified that she allegedly warned Michael Jackson of the dangers of the use of propofol.
As CNN reports, Cherilyn Lee spoke to the media briefly on her way out of the courthouse, following her testimony on Tuesday. When asked if she was feeling better, she said: “It was just hard being in a room with… It was like a virus in there.” She went on to explain: “No, I don’t mean that kind of virus… but I won’t go any further.” Followers of the trial are aware that Lee upon being called to the witness stand said that she felt ill, and dizzy, and appeared to be getting emotional. The judge allowed her to step down and rest for a few minutes, before taking to the witness stand again.
There is no doubt that people around the world are continuing to follow the trial, and will be doing so until a verdict is reached, whenever that may be.
What do you think of what Cherilyn Lee said to the media as she exited the courthouse? What did you think of her testimony? Have you been following the Conrad Murray trial, and if so, what do you think of the witnesses that have been called to testify thus far? Will you be watching until a verdict is reached?
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