TITO JACKSON insists he forgives his brother's physician DR. CONRAD MURRAY for any part he may have played in the death of his brother MICHAEL.
In August (09), the Los Angeles' County Coroner stated the King of Pop was killed by a lethal cocktail of prescription drugs, and ruled his death in June (09) was homicide.
His passing was blamed on the "acute" presence of the anaesthetic Propofol and anti-anxiety drug Lorazepam in his body.
Although no official action has yet been taken by L.A. authorities, the spotlight has remained firmly on Jackson's personal doctor, Murray - who stands accused of administering Propofol to help the star sleep the night before he died.
But the Thriller icon's brother Tito is adamant he is willing to pardon Murray - or any doctor who prescribed drugs to his sibling - as forgiveness is part of being human.
He tells Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper, "Have I forgiven him (Murray)? We are supposed to forgive him? We are supposed to forgive as humans.
"I'm not a hater or anything like that. I'm just going to take things one moment at a time. I'm supposed to forgive. It's a religious thing.
"I loved my brother dearly and miss him every moment he is not around. It's just something that you feel all the time. You never get over that tragedy."
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