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Michael Jackson's Kids Could Testify In Trial! (Photos)

By Chris Rogers |

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Paris and Prince Jackson get a drink after school.

It’s unfortunate to have to relive a horrible event over and over again. And Michael Jackson’s kids, Prince, Paris, and Blanket, may have to do that if asked to stand trial in their father’s wrongful death case.

“All the Jacksons were on the list to testify,”  Michael Flanagan, one of Dr. Conrad Murray’s defense lawyers told E!.

While this seems unlikely, it’s not out of the question.

When Murray testified yesterday, he said:  ”I heard Paris scream out, ‘Daddy!’ ‘Don’t let them see their dad like this, don’t let them see their dad like this.’ I kind of ushered them out… ‘Kids, don’t worry, we’ll take care of it, everything is going to be OK.”

What do you think? Should Michael’s kids be required to testify?

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Michael Jackson's Kids Could Testify In Trial! (Photos)

Prince and Paris Jackson

Prince and Paris got a drink at Starbucks after school.
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[Photos via PacificCoastNews.com]

 

 

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Chris Rogers was an editor and contributor to Babble, writing for the Entertainment and Celebrity channels. Rogers is currently a senior editor at HollywoodLife.com

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One thought on “Michael Jackson's Kids Could Testify In Trial! (Photos)

  1. keith says:

    murray has not testified.

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