Michael Jackson's Legacy, 5 Years After His Death (VIDEO)

Prince Jackson Testifies in Negligence Case Against AEG

Prince Jackson arrived at a Los Angeles courtroom Wednesday to testify in a case filed over his superstar father’s death four years ago.

The eldest son of Michael Jackson wore a dark suit and black tie as he walked into the courtroom where a judge is hearing the negligence case against AEG Live LLC.

The 16-year-old is the first member of his family to testify in the case, which is now in its ninth week.

Anger As Jackson Jurors Regret Decision

Saying they succumbed to peer pressure, two of the 12 jurors who acquitted Michael Jackson of child-molestation charges say in TV appearances that they now regret their decision.

The jurors, Eleanor Cook and Ray Hultman – both of them have book deals, according to the Associated Press – made their statements on MSNBC’s Rita Cosby: Live and Direct and appeared on Monday’s Today show.

Michael Jackson Visits Bahrain: Report

In his first apparent retreat from Neverland since his June 13 acquittal on child molestation charges, Michael Jackson began a “very, very private” vacation at a prince’s palace in Bahrain, the Associated Press reports, relying on official sources close to the tiny Gulf kingdom’s royal circle.

Jackson, 46, and his three children arrived via private plane from Europe on Wednesday night for an indefinite stay, the official said Thursday, speaking on the condition of anonymity because private visits involving the royal family are not authorized to be announced.

Michael Jackson Breaks Silence, Gives Thanks

Finally breaking his public silence since his June 13 acquittal on all 10 counts in his child-molestation case, Michael Jackson has posted a message on his official Web site in which he says that his family, fans and God helped him through his four-month trial.

“Your love, support and loyalty made it all possible. You were there when I really needed you. I will never forget you,” says the statement, which went up on Sunday.

Michael's Mother: 'He Is Not a Pedophile'

A week after her son was cleared an all 10 counts of child molestation, Michael Jackson’s mother, Katherine Jackson, spoke publicly about the toll that the trial took on her 46-year-old son and how the two of them reacted to the verdicts.

“I felt like the world had been lifted off my shoulders,” the matriarch tells MSNBC. (NBC’s Today show aired portions of the interview Tuesday morning.)

When they heard the words “not guilty,” said Katherine, “I just hugged (Michael) and cried and he hugged me. And I said, ‘At last they saw the truth.’”

Juror Attends Michael Jackson Verdict Party

Katherine Jackson and son Tito reportedly were the only Jacksons present at Friday night’s 400-guest, invitation-only celebration of Michael Jackson’s acquittal on child-molestation charges.

But in an appearance that raised eyebrows, one of the jurors also showed up for the party.

Jackson Reality Show Gets Snubbed

The Osbournes have one up on the Jacksons – who, days after the acquittal of Michael in his painful child-molestation trial, have been rejected for their own reality show.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, as the jury was still deliberating in the case, a family representative was trying to shop a TV deal for the California-based Jacksons, revolving around how Michael’s parents, Joe and Katherine, and his eight siblings stood behind him during the lengthy legal battle. A six-part series reportedly was proposed.

Jackson Laying Low, Accusers Move On

In the calm after the storm, Michael Jackson is laying low, his thoughtful fans have left the gates of his Neverland Ranch to allow him to recover from the ordeal of his 14-week trial – and his Web site is trumpeting his Monday legal victory.

“Innocent,” the site declares, flashing dates and the phrases “Martin Luther King is born,” “The Berlin Wall falls,” “Nelson Mandela is freed,” and finally, “June 13, 2005, Remember this date for it is a part of HIStory” – a reference to Jackson’s 1995 greatest-hits album HIStory.

Jackson Jurors Blame Accuser's Mom

Jurors in the Michael Jackson case – who found the pop star not guilty Monday on all 10 charges against him in his child molestation trial – say their decision boiled down to the prosecution’s key witness, the accuser’s mother.

“I disliked her intensely when she snapped her fingers at us,” said Juror No. 5, great-grandmother Elanor A. Cook, 79. “That’s when I thought, ‘Don’t snap your fingers at me, lady.’”