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Jackson Death / Child Custody / The Estate / A Discussion #941907

CNN Evening News for Monday, Aug 03, 2009
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(Studio: Erica Hill) A judge's approval of Katherine Jackson's guardianship for Michael Jackson's children reported.

(Los Angeles: Randi Kaye) Major bizarre drama in the courtroom with a request from dermatologist Dr. Arnold Klein, who asked to be involved in the children's care, & the ongoing battle over Michael's estate reviewed; details given about Michael's debt & speculation about the estate value with deals in the works. [CMG Worldwide CEO Mark ROESLER†- comments on Jackson's worth after death.] Jackson's sales since his death outlined on screen. ["Forbes" magazine editor Matthew MILLER†- says now is the time to cash in.]

(Studio: Erica Hill) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin & Lisa Bloom about Jackson, his children & the law. [In studio, TOOBIN - says Katherine now has custody; comments on what Klein asked at the custody hearings & on Debbie Rowe's visitation rights.] [BLOOM - comments on the California law on children & on the Jackson estate.]

Hill, Erica;
Kaye, Randi

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