LOS ANGELES: The first paramedic on scene at Michael Jackson’s home the day he died said the singer looked emaciated and like someone at the end of a chronic illness.On the second day of a trial pitting Jackson’s mother against tour promoter AEG Live, paramedic Richard Senneff - the first witness to be called - said doctor Conrad Murray was “frantic, pale and sweating.”“The patient was in pajamas. He looked very pale, very, very underweight,” he said, recounting how he was called to the self-styled King of Pop’s plush Holmby Hills mansion on June 25, 2009. “He looked very ill... To me, he looked like someone who was at the end stage of a long disease process,” he added.Murray - who is serving four years in jail after being convicted of involuntary manslaughter in 2011 - “looked at me blankly at first,” said Senneff, who was among witnesses who testified at the medic’s 2011 trial.“He was frantic, pale, sweating. He identified himself as a cardiologist,” Senneff added, answering questions from Katherine Jackson’s lawyer Brian Panish at the Los Angeles Superior Court, where the wrongful death trial started Monday.–AFP