Propofol expert and anesthesiologist Dr. Paul White gave exhaustive testimony in a defense attempt to counter Dr. Steven Shafer's compelling propofol testimony for the prosecution.  White refuted Dr. Shafer's theory of the IV setup and series of events leading to Jackson's death by stating it requires "an incredible coincidence of circumstances" involing a "befuddling" IV drip configuration that Murray likely would not have used as well as "irrational" assumption about how Murray injected sedatives along with the propofol administration.  Dr. White used an inordinate amount of time to demonstrate what he thought the IV setup most likely looked like and contrasted it with Dr. Shafer's demonstration as well as commented on various charts of bioavailability of lorazepam when ingested orally, and the effects of the other drugs in question.  He disputed virtually every point of Dr. Shafer's testimony save what could be the most important:  if Murray had been present when Jackson went into distress, he could have intervened, most likely saving his life.  

Dr. White testified he thought Jackson most likely ingested several tablets of lorazepam in the early morning hours without Murray's knowledge.  White hypothesized the lorazepam on top of the propofol administration Murray had given him had a fatal effect when Jackson awoke and injected himself with another dose of propofol.

The cross examination of White will commence on Monday, October 31, 2011.  Today, Judge Pastor apologized to the jury for the extended length of the trial and thanked them for their service prior to recessing.  Dr. White is the last scheduled witness for the defense.  If the prosecution decides not to recall Dr. Steven Shafer as a rebuttal witness to Dr. White's testimony, the trial could go to the jury mid-week next week.  
Jurors heard the iPhone recording Murray made of Michael allegedly under the influence of unknown substances.  This is the same recording from which attorneys played a snippet in the opening week of the trial.  In the recording, Michael speaks in a slow manner and slurs his words.  He speaks extensively about wanting to put on the greatest show the world has ever seen--bigger and better than Elvis or the Beatles and wanting to donate the money to build the Michael Jackson Children's Hospital.  He wanted the hospital to have a movie theater and a game room to treat as many as a million sick children; to lift them out of the depression of having their childhoods taken from them, much as his was.  "I hurt. You know, I hurt," Michael says in the recording, in reference to his stolen childhood.

He goes on to say, "Children are depressed. The... in those hospitals, no game room, no movie theater. They're sick because they're depressed. Their mind is depressing them. I want to give them that. I care about them, them angels. God wants me to do it. God wants me to do it. I'm going to do it, Conrad."

Another voice (Murray's), answers, "I know you would."