Miranda Sevcik, a spokeswoman for Dr. Conrad Murray, said in a statement Saturday night that the doctor met to "clarify some inconsistencies." The statement also says investigators believe "the doctor is in no way a suspect and remains a witness."
Police confirmed that they interviewed Murray and that he was co-operative.
Sevcik says Murray and his attorney "answered every and all questions" during a three-hour meeting, and that he will continue to co-operate.
Murray was with Jackson when the singer stopped breathing Thursday, and reportedly performed CPR until paramedics arrived.
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