Devotees Team Up to Demand Justice for Michael Jackson at Murray's Hearing
Fans of Michael Jackson have teamed up to pay for a plane to fly over Los Angeles next week, April 5 to "demand justice" for the King of Pop at his former doctor's court hearing. The group of loyal devotees have raised $1,250 to hire an airplane with a banner stating "We demand justice for Michael Jackson".
It will fly over L.A. County Superior Court as Dr. Conrad Murray arrives on April 5 for a hearing into allegations he administered Propofol to the King of Pop minutes before the star went into cardiac arrest and died in June 2009. Murray has pleaded not guilty to one count of involuntary manslaughter.
According to TMZ, the fans have also raised cash to buy the "Thriller" star's mum Katherine Jackson 100 roses to support her through the hearing, as well as a locket for the singer's daughter Paris' 12th birthday on April 3.
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