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Last week in a Good Morning America interview, Janet Jackson said that because Dr. Conrad Murray was the one administering the anesthetic Propofol to her brother Michael, he should be held responsible for the music icon's death.

Janet's sister La Toya had no intention of being so diplomatic.

In an interview with the UK's Daily Mail in July, La Toya said in no uncertain terms that Michael was murdered. Last night, she was back on the attack.

Murray returned to work yesterday after suspending his medical practice in the aftermath of Jackson's death, which is still being investigated by cops.

La Toya, 53, shredded Dr. Conrad Murray when confronted by paparazzi outside of Boa Steakhouse, warning to his patients: "Nobody should hire him."

"Dr. Murray murdered my brother and it was wrong."

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La Toya Jackson: No fan of Conrad Murray. [Photo: PacificCoastNewsOnline.com]

Murder may be a stretch, as we doubt Murray wanted things to turn out this way ... with the beloved entertainer dead and criminal charges against him likely.

But La Toya does make a point. Patients dying from drug overdoses they never should have had administered? Usually not something a person seeks in a doc.

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She won't be going Dancing with the Stars this fall, but wouldn't you know it, La Toya Jackson has gone and made a moving Michael Jackson tribute video.

The deceased star's singing sister released "Home" back in July and her label claimed she would not be doing much in the way of promoting or marketing.

But these are the Jacksons we're talkin' about.

While father Joe Jackson has been busy talking to anyone who'll listen, La Toya has been working on a forthcoming album and filming a "Home" music video.

It's now being billed as a "tribute to Michael Jackson." Nothing like trying to cash in on your deceased brother, but the preview below does look kind of nice.

And how mad can we get, it's for a good cause. All proceeds from the single's downloads will go to one of MJ's favorite charities, AIDS Project Los Angeles.

Check out a preview of the music video here ...

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Phew.

La Toya Jackson has come to her senses.

Following rumors that the entertainer might exploit her brother's death and go Dancing with the Stars, La Toya told Access Hollywood that this wouldn't be the case.

“I’ve been approached to do‘Dancing With the Stars. The fact of the matter is, I won’t be doing it, simply because of the circumstances that (are) going on at the moment.”

While Jackson is out, another interesting competitor might be in.

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On his radio show this morning, Howard Stern said wife Beth Ostrosky was heading to Los Angeles to take part in a reality show. That's all the information we have at the moment, but it would make sense.

The final Dancing with the Stars roster wlll be revealed on Monday. Who do you wanna see on it?

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This seems extremely unfair and inarguably exploitive.

In the wake of her brother's tragic death, La Toya Jackson is reportedly being considered for a spot on Dancing with the Stars.

"[She is] in serious discussions to join the show," a source told Us Weekly, adding that an offer is on the table and the (dancing) ball is in La Toya's court.

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We're sorry your brother died, La Toya. But don't milk the public's sympathy by competing on Dancing with the Stars.

Come on now, ABC. This reeks of a desperate ratings ploy, as there's no way the show would consider Michael's sister if he hadn't passed away last month.

Won't fans be obligated to keep voting La Toya through? Won't this be grossly unfair to the other hard-working contestants on the series?

No, we don't care too much about the feelings of Lou Ferrigno. But we're all about doing what's right dammit! Let's see if Dancing with the Stars feels the same way.

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La Toya Jackson, the grieving sister of the late Michael Jackson, blames a seedy cast of manipulative hangers-on for effectively murdering her star.

In an interview with the Daily Mail (UK), La Toya, who signed her brother's death certificate, portrayed Michael Jackson as a lonely, isolated figure.

A figure at the mercy of a shady, money-motivated clique.

She accuses people with access to Michael Jackson of cutting the star off from his family and friends and forcing him, largely against his will, to sign up for the gruelling commitment of 50 concerts at London’s O2 arena.

Those shows were set to begin shortly after he died June 25.

La Toya Jackson believes her brother was fed addictive drugs by handlers who wanted to control his moods. She says they regarded him as a "cash cow" and exploited him at every turn. It was this, she believes, that led directly to his death.

While the cause of Jackson's death is unknown and the formal state autopsy results not due back for weeks, La Toya had a private autopsy conducted.

She received the results on Friday and while she won’t comment on the details until the police and coroner's office conclude their investigations, she did reveal that four fresh needle marks were found on Michael Jackson’s neck.

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La Toya, 53, said: "I believe Michael was murdered, I felt that from the start. Not just one person was involved, rather it was a conspiracy of people."

"He was surrounded by a bad circle. Michael was a very meek, quiet, loving person. People took advantage of that. People fought to be close to him."

"A month ago, I thought Michael was going to die before the London shows because he was surrounded by people who didn’t have his best interests at heart."

"Michael was worth a billion dollars. When anyone is worth that much money, there are always greedy people around them. I said to my family a month ago."

"He’s never going to make it to London."

La Toya said Michael himself never believed he would live to be an old man and feared he would die in his fifties, and that he was isolated from his family.

She says she is speaking out now to "put the truth out there."

The LAPD has not ruled out classifying Jackson's death a homicide if it is revealed that his doctors provided and administered substances that killed him.

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