London: `King of Pop` Michael Jackson`s sister La Toya feels her brother was "sent from God".
Toya remembered the `Beat It` hitmaker on his first death anniversary today, saying he is missed by family and fans deeply, a news website reported.
"I have to be quite frank with you, Michael was something sent from god. Michael was truly something special from god. You guys never really saw what was really within him, the talent that he truly, truly had, that he only gave you a little bit of it. It`s amazing.
"The talent that was there and the love that exuberated from him when you were around him is something that will be greatly missed, especially by those like myself and my family who really knew the real Michael," Toya said.
When asked about the probability of Jackson`s murder, Toya said, "I never had a doubt. You must remember from the day that I found out that Michael was no longer with us, when my mother screamed `he`s dead` on the phone, I just went into this, `Who did it? He was murdered for his catalogue. They knew that, and they knew Michael was worth so much more dead than alive," she said.
Doctor Conrad Murray, who was with Jackson at the time of his death, is charged with involuntary manslaughter in the singer`s death.
Jackson`s death has been ruled as an overdose of propofol, a powerful anesthesia used to put surgical patients to sleep by the Los Angeles County coroner.