Michael Jackson's family members were understandably thrilled by Monday's guilty verdict against Dr. Conrad Murray, feeling that justice was finally served.
Throughout the doctor's six-week involuntary manslaughter trial, his brothers and sisters always felt his presence. Now they can take some solace in a victory.
MJ's family cried, shouted and finally gave a sigh of relief - literally, in the case of La Toya Jackson, heard in the video below - after the judgment was read.
"He was in the courtroom and that's why victory was served," La Toya told CNN Headline News while leaving the courthouse through a swarm of reporters.
Added his other, less ridiculous sister Rebbie: "I'm just happy it's over with. Nothing will bring him back, but I'm just happy (Dr. Murray) was found guilty."
Jackson's mother Katherine quietly dabbed tears, then went home to tell Michael's kids the verdict. As she did throughout the trial, she did not allow them to attend nor watch on TV, but provided them first-hand updates herself every day.
"We have been waiting for this moment for a very long time, and we couldn't hold back tears in the courtroom," Katherine, 81, told TMZ in a brief statement.
Did the jury get it right?