LOS ANGELES (Reuters)- Two of Michael Jacksons children watched horrified as the pop star lay motionless on his bed the day he died, a bodyguard for the pop star said in emotional testimony on Wednesday. Paris (Jackson) screamed 'Daddy and she started crying, and Dr. Murray said, 'Get them out, dont let them see their father like this, Alberto Alvarez told a Los Angeles court. Alvarez was testifying on the second day of a preliminary hearing that will decide if Conrad Murray, Jacksons personal doctor, should stand trial for involuntary manslaughter. The court also heard that Jackson appeared dead when paramedics arrived, and that Murray made no mention to first responders that the singer had used the powerful anesthetic propofol. Alvarez said he was alerted by phone on June 25, 2009, that something was wrong with Jackson He entered the pop stars room and saw Murray at the bedside.