Sep 30, 2011 3:43 AM by Trovette Tottress
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A bodyguard for Michael Jackson says he didn't question the instructions from Jackson's doctor after the singer was found lifeless in his bedroom.
Alberto Alvarez says he assumed Dr. Conrad Murray had "the best intentions" -- and that when Murray told Alvarez to collect medicine vials and put them in a bag, Alvarez assumed it was for a trip to the hospital.
Prosecutors are trying to show that Murray was intent on hiding evidence that he had given Jackson a powerful anesthetic. Alvarez testified that Murray only told him Jackson had a bad reaction. He testified that he stowed the vials before calling 911.