Yes. Michael Jackson legal drama is still happening.
Jurors in the involuntary manslaughter case against Dr. Conrad Murray could possibly be shown footage of MJ in his last days before his death in 2009.
While prosecutors say that Michael died from an overdose of medication administered by Dr. Murrary, defense lawyers believe that the videos will show that Michael was already ill and physically weak.
Sony Pictures owns the rights to the videos, which contains over 100 hours of unused video during Michael's filming of of This Is It documentary and are contractually obligated to not allow any footage to be released that will be show MJ in a "negative light."
Unfortunately for Sony and for the Jackson estate, a judge can still force Sony to release the videos, which would help Dr. Murray's defense.
it just seems like there is already so much evidence that points fingers at Dr. Murrary, so we're not sure why more video will need to be released.
We just can't wait for this whole ordeal to be OVER.
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