Michael Jackson death trial lost by his family, AEG Live wins

The jury agreed that doctor Conrad Murray was hired by AEG Live, but they found that the doctor was not incompetent to perform his duties, thus excluding the fault of AEG group.

Jackson’s family requested damages between $ 900 million and $ 1.6 billion from MJ’s last tour organizer, AEG Live, whom they accused of negligent when they hired doctor Conrad Murray.

Murray was sentenced in 2011 to four years in prison for the death of the singer, and he is set to be released from jail on Oct. 28.

The trial began in April, and deliberations started on Sept. 26.