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Email revealed in Michael Jackson death lawsuit

world Updated: Mar 05, 2013 23:26 IST

A “smoking gun” email that allegedly links concert promoter AEG Live to the 2009 death of Michael Jackson was revealed this week as a judge unsealed documents in the wrongful death lawsuit by Jackson’s family.

The email exchange between AEG Live co-CEO Paul Gongaware and Jackson’s ‘This Is It’ show director Kenny Ortega suggests that Murray might have been pressured into using illegal means to force Jackson for rehearsals, according to CNN.

Jackson died on June 25, 2009, just two weeks before his 50-date comeback concerts in London.

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