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Janet Jackson Thinks Murray Is “Responsible” For Her Brother’s Death

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In a recent article released by BBC News Janet Jackson told ABC News that Dr. Conrad Murray was (at least) in partial blame for her brother Michael Jackson‘s death.

“He was the one that was administering. I think he is responsible,” Jackson told ABC.

Jackson sat down with Robin Roberts to talk about how her brother’s death, “just didn’t ring true” to her and how it’s so difficult for her to believe. She referred to her recent reality seeming like a dream. She can’t believe he’s gone. Jackson was in New York when she learned about the pop sensation’s death.

Jackson explains in the first TV interview since her brother’s death that she feels like Dr. Murray should no longer be able to practice medicine. Since the demise of Jackson, Dr. Murray has been identified as an official suspect in the investigation. Dr. Murray continues to claim his innocence.

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In August 2009, Jackson’s death was ruled as a homicide. Los Angeles coroner ruled that this tragic event was primarily caused by the anesthetic Propofol. Dr. Murray did admit to administering this drug to Jackson.

In the meantime, Jackson’s death is still unsolved and no one has been found guilty of his death.

Catch the exclusive Robin Robert’s interview with Janet Jackson, “In the Spotlight,” Wednesday, Nov. 18 at 10 p.m. ET. Check your local listings for channels.

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