Joe Jackson: ‘Something Is Wrong' With Michael Jackson's Death; Suggests Foul Play

The patriarch of the Jackson family says he's taken his son Michael's death "very hard" and believes the doctor who took care of him could be behind the singer's demise.

Joe Jackson appeared on CNN's "Larry King Live" on Monday and implied his son's personal doctor may be to blame for the death.

Joe Jackson told King, "The doctor gave him something to make him rest, and then he don't wake up no more. Something is wrong there."

The family is awaiting the coroner's toxicology report to determine how Michael Jackson died. The results are not expected until next week. The powerful anesthetic propofol was found in the singer's rented home.

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