July 7th, 2009
06:38 PM ET

Documents: Michael Jackson's death certificate

[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/SHOWBIZ/Music/07/07/michael.jackson.wrap/art.mj.mem.family.cnn.jpg caption="Jackson's family embrace each other on stage during the close of the emotional service."]

Editor's Note: Below is Michael Jackson's death certificate from the County of Los Angeles Department of Health Services. For the latest on the King of Pop's death, tune in to AC360° tonight 10p ET.

Click here to see Michael Jackson's death certificate.

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  1. veronique

    I am from the Seychelles,and it just so amazing to know that even here,a place Micheal Jackson never dreamed of,people miss him.

    July 8, 2009 at 9:58 am |
  2. Risë Birnbaum

    While Michael Jackson was in fact a top entertainer, the media should be ashamed of themselves. What about the soldiers, teachers, firefighters, police who deserve a tribute?

    For the past week, any domestic and world news has been put on hold by greedy networks.

    July 8, 2009 at 9:15 am |
  3. bryan

    I would like to say, that to all of those who think that it is appropriate to throw negativity, at michael should really be ashamed. In my eyes it took his death to show the world that no matter how much you do to make the world a better place, those full of hate will hate. This is a reponse to the people who have said things such as he didnt serve his country why are you treating him as a hero. Well he did serve his country by using his talent to bring the world together. You have to realize that through his music, he could go anywhere in the world and be treated like royalty. He had music that if you listened to it it was good for the soul. Grandparents and grandchildren could put on the same song and dance around the room. Michael did what no other artist could do, bring people of every race creed color or religion, put them in one place and no one felt out of place. We often took Michaels outward appearance, and made him a mockery. I will say this, even though it may have been with time his skin may have become depigmented, but his music and talent for those who loved it dipigmented us, we stopped being black, white, asian, and latin, and we were a community of fans, his fans that no matter what saw him for what he was, a gift. So to those who are sick of Michael, you might want to look in the mirror and ask yourself, honestly, what have YOU done to make this world and the human community, a better place. Why is it that here in America and only here there is a devide on how he is viewed and shamefully the devide once again falls along racial lines, so it took his passing to show how much times have changed here in America. In closing i remember an American Dignitary, that Travled overseas and and he was shown how much he was loved by a man calling him a dog and throwing his shoes at him, I dont recall Michael, ever being shown that kind of love anywhere he went. So i think the world as a whole as it has been shown understands what we lost, its ashamed that ther are some here in this advanced country that are truly clueless, our simply full of hate, if that is the case keep right on hating, and see what good you do, no person is an island, but we try our best here in America to be that and turn our backs on people who we feel are so different from ourselves, Grow the hell up

    Bryan T. Remble

    July 8, 2009 at 8:15 am |
  4. Kristine

    I was shocked to find his death certificate on here!!! I am also shocked to find negative comments about him after his death. Do not judge until you have walked a mile in his shoes, lived the secluded life he did. It is such a sad story. Have some respect! If you don't like it change the channel..very simple!

    July 8, 2009 at 8:11 am |
  5. Pablo

    Jermaine Jackson's rendition of "Smile" echoes sadly in my head today....my heart is still heavy with grief..MJ was the star of my generation

    July 8, 2009 at 7:46 am |
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