LOS ANGELES (AFP) - Two paramedics were expected to testify Friday that Michael Jackson appeared already dead when they got to his LA home, closing out the first week of his doctors long-awaited manslaughter trial. The accounts will add to those of a string of witnesses about the panicked efforts to save the King of Pops life two years ago and his doctor Conrad Murrays alleged efforts to cover his tracks. On Thursday a former bodyguard told how Murray scrambled to hide equipment, including a milky white liquid near the stars bed, minutes after he died at his rented Los Angeles mansion on June 25, 2009. Amid frantic efforts to save Jacksons life, the pop stars daughter Paris screamed Daddy as she saw Murray pumping the chest of her father, whose eyes were open but who appeared to have already died. Murray is accused of involuntary manslaughter in Jacksons death, allegedly by giving him an overdose of the powerful sedative propofol, which the singer referred to as milk to help him sleep.