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Prince Michael Jackson may testify in Dr. Conrad Murray’s manslaughter trial

Prince Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson’s eldest son, may testify in the involuntary manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray. The sheltered 14-year-old witnessed his father’s last moments in 2009, and has said he’s willing to take the stand if asked.

Prince Michael Jackson may take the stand in the involuntary manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray, the physician accused of supplying the late Michael Jackson with lethal levels of the anesthetic propofol. Apparently Murray called Prince Michael to the King of Pop’s bedroom for help on the morning of the singer’s death.

TMZ reports that Prince Michael doesn’t want to testify, as he’s “nervous” he might “mess up,” but will do what’s necessary to secure justice for his father. Katherine will reportedly request that the courtroom be cleared for the young witness’ testimony, although its unlikely that Judge Michael Pastor will allow it.

In even sadder news, the first photograph of Michael Jackson’s lifeless body has surfaced on the Internet. The picture was shown during prosecutors’ opening statements on Tuesday. Jurors were also subjected to a recording of an apparently intoxicated Jackson slurring his words as he discussed his upcoming comeback concerts.

Prince Michael Jackson (Scanpix/ Getty Images/ James Coldrey)

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