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Randy Jackson, others to testify about deal (AP)

LOS ANGELES - Michael Jackson's brother Randy is expected on the witness stand to testify about why a proposed memorabilia

tour may not be the best deal for the King of Pop's estate.

Randy Jackson, an accountant and a lawyer are among those scheduled to testify Friday in Los Angeles. Another probable witness is concert promoter Leonard Rowe, who has been critical of the company that would oversee t

he exhibit, AEG Live.

FILE - In this March 17, 2005 file photo, pop star  arrives at the Santa Barbara County Courthouse in Santa Maria, Calif. (AP Photo/Michael A. Mariant, file)

Jackson's mother, Katherine, has opposed the AEG deal for several reasons.

AEG wants to time the tour to the opening of a film based on footage of Jackson's final rehearsals that will be released in October.

A judge wants to hear testimony about the proposed deal so that he can decide whether to give it his approval.

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