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Michael Jackson's problematic last chapter: Would his comeback attempt have succeeded?

Published 11/29/2011, Los Angeles Times / MCT

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A stark portrait of Michael Jackson emerged in the six-week criminal trial that ended this month, showing a national audience glimpses of a troubled artist beset by insomnia and anxiety, a series of missed rehearsals and a director mulling the possibility of “pulling the plug.” That cast a new light on a question that was peripheral to the criminal case but will be a key part of how the last chapter of Jackson’s story is written.

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