Phillips took the stand during the manslaughter trial and -- under oath -- denied that conversation with Conrad Murray ever took place.
"Michael Jackson and the Doctor: A Fatal Friendship" also shows strategy meetings between Conrad Murray lawyers -- Ed Chernoff and Michael Flanagan ... as well as Flanagan's wife, Susan.
During one pow wow Susan says,
In the docu, Conrad Murray claims Michael "always had a chamber that was exclusively his. The bedroom that he slept in ... I had to persuade him, eventually to have it cleaned. Because ... one, he peed the bed. It did not smell good. It was mildew, and I had to get it clean."
"Who would ever believe that a man his age would still be wetting his bed?" Conrad Murray added it wasn't medication that made MJ wet the bed ... he claims it was psychological.
This video came out eventually though La Toya Jackson made a valiant effort to stop MSNBC from running the Conrad Murray documentary Friday night, but in the end business is business and the network will air the show.
La Toya wants viewers to put anything Conrad Murray says in perspective, saying, "What I would encourage the public to take away from the situation is that Michael is an irreplaceable artist and human, whose talent and love for the world will forever go unmatched."