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Michael Jackson doctor Conrad Murray case goes to jury

The case against the physician charged with the death of the pop star Michael Jackson has gone to the jury, following closing statements.

Prosecutors concluded their case by saying Dr Conrad Murray's care of Jackson had been "bizarre" and left the pop star's children fatherless.

The defence countered that the singer had caused his own death in June 2009 with an overdose of a sedative.

The seven-man, five-woman jury will begin deliberations on Friday morning.

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