Reports: LaToya Jackson says Michael's death was 'all about money'

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July 12, 2009 17:07

 
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LaToya Jackson believes her brother Michael Jackson was murdered by a group of conspirators trying to get hold of his fortune, according to two UK papers. According to the published interviews with The News of the World and The Mail on Sunday, she did not name any of the people she believes were involved and did not offer any evidence to support her claim that foul play was involved in the singer's sudden death on June 25. The News of the World quoted her as saying, "I feel it was all about money… Michael was worth well over a billion in music publishing assets and somebody killed him for that. He was worth more dead than alive." She was also quoted as saying that the conspirators had used powerful prescription drugs to keep her brother submissive and under control, and also kept him away from his family.

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