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Los Angeles- More than a year and a half after his death, the preservation of Michael Jackson‘s legacy continues to be a hot-button topic.


The executors of the late King of Pop’s estate and the Los Angeles county coroner’s office are strongly criticizing a new Discovery Channel television special which will reportedly attempt to re-enact Jackson’s autopsy.

In a letter to Discovery Communications, executors John Branca and John McClain accused the show’s producers of a “blind desire to exploit Michael’s death, while cynically attempting to dupe the public into believing this show will have serious medical value.”

The letter goes on to lambaste the show as “insensitive to Michael’s family” and “in shockingly bad taste.”

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