Alberto Alvarez just wants the truth to be heard.
The bodyguard summoned to Michael Jackson's bedroom by Dr. Conrad Murray as the King of Pop's body lay lifeless on his bed will testify in court today.
Alvarez, who was with Murray before paramedics arrived, was allegedly asked by the physician to put Propofol bottles into sacks before he called 911.
Whether that happened and what Alvarez's reaction was will come out shortly.
"Alberto has maintained his silence throughout the investigation. He had numerous offers to sell his story, but he never did," a source close to the case says.
"Alberto has maintained his loyalty to Michael Jackson and his children, even after he died. Alberto is very, very loyal, and he will get up on the stand and finally be able to tell the world what really happened on that day."
"Really, Alberto just wants to tell the truth."
The Dr. Conrad Murray trial got underway this week with the stunning claim by the defense that Jackson himself injected himself with the fatal dose.
Yesterday, Michael Amir Williams, a personal assistant to MJ, described Murray as frenzied and panicked in the aftermath of the singer's "bad reaction."
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