DEA joins Michael Jackson investigation

 

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LOS ANGELES (AP)

With the federal Drug Enforcement Administration now joining the investigation into Michael Jackson's death, Jermaine Jackson says he would be "hurt" if toxicology reports show that his younger brother abused prescription drugs. "In this business, the pressures and things that you go through, you never know what one turns to," Jermaine Jackson said in an interview broadcast this morning on NBC's "Today" show. The circumstances surrounding Jackson's death last week have become a federal issue, with the DEA asked to help police take a look at the pop star's doctors and possib...



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