Jackson legacy expected to thrive after trial

In this Jan. 31, 1993 file picture, Michael Jackson performs during the halftime show at the Super Bowl XXVII in Pasadena, Calif. The private world of Michael Jackson, fiercely shielded by the superstar in life, was exposed in the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray. But rather than suffering damage from revelations of drug use, experts say Jackson's legacy and posthumous earning power may be enhanced by disclosures of his hidden anguish and victimization by a money hungry doctor. (AP Photo/Rusty Kennedy, File)
December 2, 2011 6:24:30 AM PST
The private world of Michael Jackson, fiercely shielded by the superstar in life, was exposed in the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray. But rather than suffering harm from revelations of drug use, experts say Jackson's legacy and posthumous earning power will survive any damage done and could actually grow after he was portrayed as a victim of a money-hungry doctor.

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