The 911 call made to get help for Michael Jackson on Thursday at 12:21 p.m. Pacific time has been made public. An unidentified male says that a 50-year-old man is not breathing and does not have a pulse, and asks for help. He does not tell the dispatcher at any time during the call that the man in need of help is Michael Jackson. He does say that a doctor (Dr. Conrad Murray) is doing CPR on the man, who is lying on a bed, and that there was no response. He also says that he and the doctor are the only ones at the home (other than Jackson). The paramedics who arrived reportedly felt that Jackson was dead at the scene, but Dr. Murray insisted that they transport Michael to hospital. They did, and doctors there worked for another hour on him but were unable to revive the singer. To see our Michael Jackson tribute, please click here.