Jackson was murdered for money, says sister Latoya

2010-06-24 13:28

US pop legend Michael Jackson was murdered for his money, his

sister, LaToya, alleged in a TV interview marking the first anniversary of his

brother’s death today.

“Michael was murdered for his catalogue – that’s the bottom line.

He was murdered for his catalogue and they knew that, and they knew Michael was

much more, worth so much more dead than alive,” LaToya told GMTV, the breakfast

channel of ITV.

Asked whether she believed Michael was murdered, she said: “I never

had a doubt ... I think his parents deserve the truth, his family and his

fans.”

The singer died on June 25 last year after being given a mix of

medications by his private physician, Dr Conrad Murray.



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