Channel entertainment and science television channel Discovery Channel canceled plans to broadcast the re-autopsy of the deceased their superstar Michael Jackson, fearing it will be presenting a horrible spectacle. Representative mega star has filed a request for autopsy program entitled Michael Jackson: what really killed Michael Jackson, in order to be canceled.
John Branca and John McClain says the program “shows surprisingly low taste”. Discovery said the schedule will be continuing the hearing to hear testimony in court is also a cause of cancellation.
“Because the legal process will begin next week, also due to the request of Michael Jackson’s party, showtimes medical documentary programs related autopsies Michael Jackson officially postponed until an unspecified time limit,” the statement Discovery Networks International.
Branca and McClain states welcomed the decision. In a previous letter sent on Discovery, two men accused the television station was driven by “blind desire” to exploit the death of Jackson. “Your decision to schedule this program showed surprisingly low taste and insensitive to the family of Michael,” the letter said.
Originally the program will be aired in Europe January 13. An ad that used to advertise the show reportedly showed a cloth-covered body with one hand seems to wear gloves beaded which have been the sort of Michael Jackson’s trademark. Meanwhile, a preliminary hearing scheduled for January 4 to hear the testimony whether there is evidence to suggest that Jackson died from unintentional killings by Dr. Conrad Murray, who became doctors.
Mega star died suddenly in the midst of preparation for the long-awaited concert in June 2009 due to drug overdose.