AUDIO: New Heartbreaking Recordings Reveal Michael Jackson Talking About His Children, How He "Hurts" Because of He "Didn't Have a Childhood"
The trial continued Wednesday in the case against Michael Jackson's doctor, Conrad Murray. Early this afternoon audio tapes were played, revealing a chilling voice recording that was nearly incomprehensible. In the audio, recorded on May 10, 2009 - nearly six weeks before Jackson's death - an incoherent Jackson talked about the pain he still felt, which came out in song.
"My performances will be up there, always helping my children and always be my dream. I love them; I love them because I
didn't have a childhood. I feel their pain; I feel their hurt. I can deal with it," Jackson said. "'Heal the World,' 'We Are the World,' 'The Lost Children' ... these are the songs I've written because I hurt; you know, I hurt."
Listen to the audio below, and watch the debate that ensued on America Live regarding just what role Dr. Murray may have played in the icon's death and whether or not he could have intervened.