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Another Part Of Me: Michael Jackson's brain has been reunited with his body

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  1. Spear

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    Another Part Of Me: Michael Jackson's brain has been reunited with his body

    By Last updated at 2:30 AM on 08th August 2009
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    Back in one piece: Michael Jackson

    Michael Jackson's brain has been released back to his family following toxicology reports - meaning his body and his head are finally reunited.
    The singer's brain was temporarily removed last month for further testing.
    Jackson's body has been put through three post-mortems, including one performed by private doctors hired by his family.
    Coroner's officials and the Jackson family's own pathologists have said he likely died of a massive drug overdose on June 25 but have yet to formally rule on the cause of death.
    Morticians at the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Hollywood Hills are now preparing his body before it is laid to rest in an unmarked grave.
    He will be buried in the anonymous plot after his loved ones ditched plans for a Graceland-like memorial at Jackson's Neverland ranch near Santa Barbara, California. The idea was shelved for fear of people coming to ridicule the singer, desecrate his grave - or even steal his body.
    The burial was not expected to include any formal ceremony and would probably only be attended by possibly brother Jackie and sister La Toya who would be present as witnesses.

    [​IMG] Resting place: Jacko will be buried at the Forest Lawn Cemetery in the Hollywood Hills

    Today it emeged that the day after her brother's death, La Toya rifled through his rented LA home and scooped up belongings, including 100 unreleased songs off his computer hard drive.
    'They backed up trucks, removing everything. They thought Michael owned it all, so they took even the rented furniture,' Jackson's manager, Frank DiLeo, told Rolling Stone magazine.
    DiLeo said lawyers trying to untangle Jackson's estate has demanded that she hand the songs back.
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