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Michael Jackson’s wrongful death trial to resume deliberations

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The jury on the trial of Michael Jackson’s wrongful death case against AEG Live will resume its deliberations today, October 01. The Los Angeles jury has not reached a verdict yet after two consecutive days of deliberation on September 26 and 27.

Jackson’s surviving family members filed a lawsuit against AEG Live for $290 million in personal and unspecified damages caused by his untimely death in 2009 at the age of 50.

Dr. Conrad Murray was hired by AEG Live for Jackson in the preparation of the latter’s series of comeback concerts in London. Murray was charged with involuntary manslaughter for administering fatal amounts of sedatives and anesthesia to help Jackson sleep. He is currently serving a four-year sentence.

AEG Live claimed that Jackson did not divulge his medical treatments to his financial backers and was the one who insisted on hiring Murray as his physician.

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