The coroner may have concluded that there was no foul play in legendary singer Michael Jackson's death, but his family is not satisfied. It wants an independent autopsy to determine the cause of the pop singer's death.
The Jackson family is understood to have requested a second independent post-mortem examination of the body.
According to reports, Coroner's investigator said that on Saturday Jackson family told his office, that they wanted a second autopsy carried out, as they still have unanswered questions about MJ's death.
Veteran politician and a friend of MJ's, Reverend Jesse Jackson said the Jacksons were upset because the official cause of death might not be known for weeks.
He said the family wanted answers from the star's personal doctor, Conrad Murray, who was with him when he died.
Jesse Jackson told a news daily "When did the doctor come? What did he do? Did they inject him, if so with what?"
He went missing immediately following the death, which raise questions of substance that will not go away until they are answered.
And while the details of his death are a mystery, so are the details of his funeral.
Jackson's body was handed over to his family on Saturday afternoon, which was taken by them to an undisclosed mortuary. The family is still pondering plans for the King of Pop's funeral and there is no news of when and where will it take place.Advertisement