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Michael Jackson doctor Conrad Murray case goes to jury

The jury has begun deliberations in the case against the doctor charged with the death of Michael Jackson.

The panel must reach a verdict on a charge of involuntary manslaughter against Dr Conrad Murray.

Fans of Jackson, who died in June 2009, are camped outside the Los Angeles court, carrying signs asking for a "one way ticket to jail" for the accused.

If convicted, Dr Murray, 58, could face four years in prison and lose his licence to practise medicine.

Alistair Leithead reports.

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