Michael Jackson's Brain 'Returned' to His Family

by VR Sreeraman on  August 8, 2009 at 5:41 PM Celebrity Health News
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 Michael Jackson's Brain 'Returned' to His Family
Michael Jackson may be finally laid to rest as his brain has been returned to his family.

It was removed from his corpse, for pathologists had to carry out tests in a bid to find out the reason behind his sudden demise.
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Now, a spokesman for Los Angeles Department of Coroners has revealed that the brain has been united with the rest of the body.

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The spokesperson reportedly said that it had been handed over "last week," the Telegraph reports.

Meanwhile, reports in the US claim that the family is planning to bury him in an unmarked grave in Los Angeles's Forest Lawn Cemetery.

Also, it has been speculated that the King of Pop could be buried at his Neverland Ranch.

Source: ANI
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EXPERT Saturday, August 8, 2009

DON'T YOU THINK THESE SCIENTISTS AND EXPERTS ARE GOING A BIT

OVER-BOARD BY REMOVING THE BRAIN FROM A DEAD PERSON'S BODY.

AKSHAY,INDIA

guest Saturday, August 8, 2009

YES RUTURAAJ BRAIN MAPPING CAN ALSO HELP SOLVE NUMBER OF PROBLEMS.

guest Saturday, August 8, 2009

HEY ,AKSHAY THIS BRAIN MAPPING CAN HELP TO FIND A NUMBER OF COMPLICATIONS PRIOR TO DEATH,INORDER TO ARRIVE AT A PARTICULAR CONCLUSION.ANYWAYS YOU SEEM INTELLIGENT BUT ABSENT MINDED AS YOU YOURSELF HAVE A SCREEN NAME AS EXPERT.CHILL.

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