Testimony continues this week in the Michael Jackson wrongful death lawsuit. Jackson's mother and children are suing AEG, the concert promoter responsible for the London leg of the singer's "This is It" tour.
They allege that AEG paid Dr. Conrad Murray, currently serving time for involuntary manslaughter in Jackson's death, and that Murray served the best interests of the promoters, not his patient.
AEG says they only paid Murray through advances, and that Jackson was responsible for hiring Murray. LA Times senior writer Jeff Gottlieb has been following this case closely, and he joins the show with more.