La Toya Jackson is busy making the talk show rounds, reestablishing her firm opinion that her brother, King of Pop Michael Jackson, who died two years ago this week, was murdered. She maintains that even Michael feared the intentions of "the people who were controlling him."

"I would never, ever think differently," she says on Tuesday night's episode CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight. "Michael told me that they were going to murder him. He was afraid. He was afraid for his life." Jackson never names anyone outright as being responsible for her superstar brother's death, but she considers Michael's personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, who was treating him for insomnia and is on trial for allegedly administering a lethal dose of a powerful anesthetic, to be the "fall guy" for a much larger plot.

"People come into your life, wiggle their way in, control you, manipulate, control your funds, your finances, everything that you have," she said. "And you must do what they tell you to. That's what Michael was going through and he knew that everything that was happening to him was not kosher. It wasn't right and it disturbed him greatly."

Jackson made the same allegations this morning on the Today Show, where she promoted her newly published autobiography, Starting Over, which calls for further investigation into her brother's death.

Watch Jackson's Today Show interview here:

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