The embattled Dr. Conrad Murray reportedly plans to call some star witnesses in his involuntary manslaughter trial stemming from Michael Jackson's death:
The late King of Pop's children.
Murray believes their testimony could help get him off the hook for giving Michael Jackson a lethal overdose of Propofol that authorities believe killed him.
Could Paris and Prince actually get Dr. Conrad Murray off the hook?
Paris and Prince Michael Jackson may be called as defense witnesses and will be asked about specific statements supposedly made soon after his death.
Dr. Conrad Murray believes Prince and Paris Jackson will admit their father had long-standing drug addictions, a key component of his defense strategy.
A source said: "After saying goodbye to her dad at the hospital, Paris said, 'My daddy is so cold again. He was always cold. He would sit by the fire to get warm. We were always afraid he would fall in as we was so close to the flames."
The tearful comments were made in front of a group of people, and another source says that "Prince and Paris knew their dad relied on Dr. Murray to survive and knew their father adored him ... it would work well in the eyes of a jury."
Murray, a cardiologist who was with Jackson when he died June 25, 2009, at his rented Los Angeles mansion, is accused of acting "unlawfully and without malice" in bringing about MJ's death, according to a complaint filed by prosecutors.
He has pleaded not guilty and is due to stand trial next year.
In addition to broadly painting Jackson as an addict who was beyond help, Murray may also argue that others, such as Dr. Arnold Klein, were medicating him unlawfully, and that the music icon himself injected himself with the final dose.