Jackson Fans Desperate To Visit Grave

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May 30, 2010 | 2:12pm EST

A group of Michael Jackson fans is fighting for access to the star’s grave – after cemetery officials decided to impose strict visitation rules.
The Justice4MJ fan group is planning to make a visit to the singer’s mausoleum at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale, California on 25 June to mark the first anniversary of his death.
But they’re set to meet resistance from authorities who are cracking down on the number of mourners paying their respects at the site.
According to TMZ.com, guards have been instructed to ask anyone who is loitering in the grounds to leave.
A representative for the Justice4MJ group is urging memorial park bosses to “take into consideration” the huge number of fans who will be travelling from across the globe for the day.
The King of Pop’s younger brother Randy Jackson is supporting the mourners and is said to have asked officials to hand out permits to visitors to the tomb.