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According to sources, Michael Jackson’s son Prince Jackson will testify against Dr. Conrad Murray at trial which begins next week.

Murray is charged with causing Michael Jackson’s death by administering an overdose of a surgical anesthetic, and Prince was called to Michael Jackson’s room during the overdose.

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The New York Post reports:

Prince Jackson, 14, who witnessed the scene in the bedroom where the pop legend died, said he did not want to testify in the trial but would if needed, to get justice for his father, TMZ reported.

Sources close to the teenager told the website he was “nervous” and worried that he might “mess up” if prosecutors called him to give evidence.

Read More At The New York Post

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