La Toya Jackson Believes Michael's Death Was A 'Conspiracy'
La Toya Jackson has urged authorities to seek out the truth behind her brother Michael's passing because she's still certain his death was a "conspiracy".
The King of Pop died in June, 2009 after suffering a cardiac arrest brought on by an overdose of anesthetic Propofol, but La Toya insists the singer's death was no accident.
Speaking to Cindy Adams of the New York Post, she says, "(Michael's physician) Dr. Murray was the fall guy. Authorities should look into this more deeply. I believe it was a conspiracy. Michael told me repeatedly, 'They're going to murder me. You don't understand. They're trying to murder me.' He'd tell me this again and again.
"He had the world's largest (music) catalogue - 750,000 songs. People knew how important it was. He'd say, 'They're after it... you've got to listen to me.' Our mother knew Michael was troubled. He told her, too. He was not under drugs when he told her, 'Bad people keep resurfacing. I want them out of my house, but they won't leave.' He didn't even like that doctor around him."
"Look, I'm accusing nobody. I'm just putting out what I know. I was in his bedroom right after it happened. That room had been ransacked."
Murray, who has been accused of administering the fatal dose of Propofol, has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter and faces trial in September.
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