London (ANI): A group of Michael Jackson loyalists is set to charter a plane and fly over LA to "demand justice" for late pop icon as his former personal physician appears in court. These fans have collected 833pounds to rent an airplane that will carry the banner, "We demand justice for Michael Jackson", reports the Daily Star.
The plane will fly over L.A. County Superior Court on April 5 as court proceeding begin with Dr. Conrad Murray accused of administering Propofol to MJ minutes before the King of Pop went into cardiac arrest and died last June. Murray has pleaded not guilty to one count of involuntary manslaughter.
According to TMZ.com, MJ devotees will also present 100 roses to the late star's mum Katherine Jackson to support her through the hearing and have raised cash to gift a locket to the singer's daughter Paris who will be celebrating her 12th birthday on April 3.