JERMAINE JACKSON: HAS ISSUES WITH TRIBUTE IN WALES
NEW YORK (AP) -- Jermaine Jackson says he has no beef with the idea of paying musical tribute to his brother Michael -- but not during the trial of the doctor charged in his death. Jermaine says he'd prefer that people pay attention to what's going on in the courtroom, not to a tribute show in Wales. He notes there is division within the Jackson family -- with him, Janet and Randy against the idea. He says there will always be time for a tribute -- but that time isn't now. The event is set for Saturday.