It's being reported that in the 47 minutes where Dr. Murray spent on the phone, he called his lawyer and Dr. Klein. The third caller is a mystery.
MURDER police are searching for a new suspect in the Michael Jackson case.
They say Dr Conrad Murray, 55, made a phone call to the "possible accomplice" after the singer’s heart stopped beating.
It was one of three calls the personal physician made during the 47 minutes between the singer’s cardiac arrest and a 911 emergency call for help.
Dr Murray has told police he desperately tried to resuscitate Jackson during that period. But mobile phone company records say he also found time to make the three calls – one to his lawyer’s office and another to Jacko’s long-time dermatologist Dr Arnold Klein.
The third was to a number that detectives have been unable to trace.
They believe the owner was using a pay-as-you-go "throwaway" phone. A senior LAPD source said: "We are extremely anxious to trace this person. He or she could hold key evidence to a homicide investigation."
Jacko’s family believe the singer fell victim to a murder conspiracy and the person Dr Murray called went to great lengths to cover their tracks.
His sister La Toya, 53, said: "There was a definite plot to kill Michael."