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Michael Jackson home videos, photos of kids shown during trial - watch

06/27/2013 by OnTheRedCarpet.com Staff

Several of Michael Jackson's home videos and private family photos were shown to the jury as evidence during his family's wrongful death trial.

In the clips, played on Wednesday, June 27, his three children -- sons Prince and Blanket and daughter Paris -- are seen as little kids. The singer appears in the videos as well, singing and playing with them. In one, he gives them a chocolate Labrador puppy -- Kenya. The footage was aimed at showing how Jackson raised the children. (Watch the videos above and also check out the PHOTOS.)

Also on Wednesday, jurors heard testimony from Prince, who is now 16 and was 12 when Jackson died in 2009. He revealed 50 key things.

The children's grandmother and the singer's mother, Katherine Jackson, and her family are suing AEG Live, a concert promoter that aimed to bring the King of Pop to London to perform several shows months before his shocking death.

The Jackson family says the company hired Conrad Murray, the doctor who is jailed for involuntary manslaughter for giving the singer a lethal dose of propofol, an anesthetic. AEG Live denies any wrongdoing and says Jackson chose the man to become his private physician.

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