Michael Jackson's mother claims Dr. Conrad Murray's four-year prison sentence for the involuntary manslaughter of her son is "not enough".
Katherine Jackson was in court in Los Angeles yesterday to hear Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor order Conrad to serve the maximum time in prison for aiding in the death of Michael - who died from acute propofol intoxication in 2009 - and although Katherine admitted the judge was fair, she wishes the medic would serve more jail time.
Calling the sentence "not enough", Katherine added to KTLA: "Four years won't bring my son back."
Following the guilty verdict of Dr. Murray earlier this month, Katherine and Michael's father Joe Jackson said in a statement: "We have been waiting for this moment for a very long time and we couldn't hold back tears of joy in the courtroom. Even though nothing can bring back our son, justice has finally been served. We can't wait to go home and share this day with Michael's children."
Katherine currently has custody of Michael's children Prince14, Paris, 13, and 'Blanket', nine.
Michael's brother Jermaine Jackson also slammed the four-year jail sentence as "not enough time".
As he left the courtroom, following the verdict in Los Angeles, Jermaine told E! News: "It wasn't enough time."
However, his sister LaToya was happy, saying: "Justice was served".
It is unclear how long Conrad will actually serve with District Attorney Steve Cooley commenting: "This is one of the great mysteries of life: What amount of time is someone going to actually do when they're sentenced to do so by a judge?"
Los Angeles Sheriff spokesman Steve Whitmore, explained: "As far as the Sheriff is concerned, after the state takes away two years and he gets credit for time served, he will do a little less than two years."