Feed Frenzy: Jackson Wrongful Death Trial Set to Close

Michael Jackson's family filed a wrongful death suit against concert promoter AEG Live.
3:00 | 09/24/13

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. In tonight's feed frenzy. After five months and 50 witnesses, a jury will soon decide who is responsible for michael jackson's death. Jackson's doctor conrad murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter and sentenced to four years behind bars for administering powerful drug that led to his overdose. Jackson's family and two oldest kids say the concert promoter aeg, is also to blame. The potentially $1.5 billion question in the civil case, who should be responsible for what the doctor ordered? Did aeg hire dr. Murray or influence him. They argue only jackson was calling the shots. With the king of pop days away from a world tour when he died, the jackson family says aeg put his health on the back burner to make sure he could perform. The judge threw out all the other claims. It comes done to these final arguments. Michael's children, paris and prince have struggled without their dad. Prince testified about the ongoing pain of the loss and paris even attempted suicide according to her mother. Whatever the jury decide. Chances are good the verdict will be appealed and the fight

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