Jackie, Marlon and Tito Jackson say they don't want to point fingers about their brother Michael's death.
Jackie Jackson cites the ongoing Los Angeles police homicide investigation, saying he wants to wait until it's finished before commenting.
Tito Jackson also says its premature to say who did what because all the facts haven't been gathered.
The brothers made the comments while promoting their new reality series on A&E Network, "The Jacksons: A Family Dynasty," which premieres Dec. 13.
Authorities have said their homicide investigation was focusing on Michael Jackson's personal physician Dr. Conrad Murray, but no charges have been filed.
Through a spokeswoman, Murray maintains that he didn't prescribe or administer anything to Jackson that should have killed him.
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BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) _ Jackie, Marlon and Tito are staying out of the blame game.
The Jacksons say they don't want to point fingers about their brother Michael's death more than five months ago. Jackie Jackson cites the ongoing homicide investigation by Los Angeles police, saying he wants to wait until it's finished to pass judgment.
And Tito Jackson says it is "premature to point fingers and say who did what."
The brothers are promoting their new reality series on A&E Television, "The Jacksons: A Family Dynasty."
Authorities have not charged anyone in Jackson's June 25 death, and the 50-year-old pop star's personal physician Dr. Conrad Murray has returned to work in Houston.