The Michael Jackson Newswire

So many MJ reports, so little time. We make it easy for you this morning by providing links to all news items about the late King of Pop.

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Pakistan’s Sindh provincial Minister for Culture Sassui Palijo, left, lays a flower bouquet during a ceremony in Hyderabad, Pakistan.

One of the bigger stories breaking over the weekend was word from the physician treating Jackson. Speaking through his lawyer, Dr. Conrad Murray denied giving excessive amounts of drugs to the pop star.

“Dr. Murray has never prescribed nor administered Demerol to Michael Jackson,” said Murray’s lawer, Edward Chernoff. “Not ever. Not that day. … Not Oxycontin (either) for that matter.” – Associated Press

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A fan weeps during a memorial vigil for Michael Jackson in Tokyo.

The doctor also says the promoter of the London O2 Arena shows – AEG Live – owes him money. – Associated Press

Friday’s autopsy results leaked, reveal an emaciated King of Pop, whose body was scarred by plastic surgeries and needle injections. – The Sun U.K.

Update!  TMZ says leaked autopsy report a fake –

Last night’s BET Awards ceremony turns into Jackson tribute – ABC News

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Thanking the audience for their support during the 9th Annual BET Awards in Los Angeles.

Rev. Al Sharpton talking about a world-wide day of mourning – Los Angeles Times

Jackson’s last hours still a mystery – Reuters

The battle over Michael Jackson’s estate begins.  Father Joe says the family cannot find a will. Meanwhile, it looks like MJ’s mother will seek custody of the King of Pop’s kids. – Los Angeles Times

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A fan who wishes only be identified as Laetitia touches the jacket of a Michael Jackson’s life-size wax model at the Grevin Wax Museum in Paris

Speaking of the estate … It appears one of the biggest questions about Jackson’s money situation is whether he had any money – Rolling Stone

However, no one is doubting MJ’s post-life sales potential – The Times Online U.K.

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A woman lights candles along a barrier holding back fans outside the Jackson family home in Encino, Calif.

Jackson’s death sparks bus brawl in Miami as passengers bicker over the pop star’s legacy. – Reuters