Michael Jackson's Body To Be Exhumed?
Reports claim it could be used for new evidence in the Conrad Murray trial...
The body of the lateMichael Jackson may reportedly be exhumed as evidence in Dr. Conrad Murray's involuntary manslaughter trial.
According to the News of the World, Jacko's remains might be disturbed after Murray's lawyers challenged reports that the Thriller singer died of a Propofol overdose.
It has been claimed that by exhuming the King of Pop's body, new tests could be carried out to see whether Michael could have caused his death by misusing other drugs.
A source told the newspaper: "This is a horrifying situation the family have been dreading. They laid Michael to rest and for him to return is just sick."
Attorney Ed Chernoff has allegedly already consented to have frozen samples taken from MJ's body once it has been retested.
The insider continued: "If the tests don't concur with the coroner's findings, they have the start of a strong defence. The logical next step would be to exhume the body to make new tests."
Jacko's brother Randy was spotted visiting Michael's grave on what would have been the singer's 52nd birthday on Sunday as he paid an emotional tribute to his late brother.
He arrived at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park with flowers and met with Jacko's fans who had gathered to pay their respects to the singer, who passed away over a year ago.
Randy addressed the rumours of Jacko's death, telling X17Online.com: "I'm not real crazy about some of the things I read... some of the things he (Murray) says."
He added: 'I have good faith in our courts and judicial system, so I think justice will be served. "I'm going to leave it in God's hands".