Jermaine Jackson is calling for his brother MICHAEL's body to be moved to "a monument" in Washington, D.C. - so fans can pay their respects to the music legend.
The King of Pop was interred into the Forest Lawn Cemetery memorial in Glendale, California following his death last year (09).
But Jermaine dislikes his brother's "cold" burial site - and wants his sibling moved to a more appropriate place in Washington, D.C. with a lasting reminder of the star.
He tells Larry King Live, "He needs to be somewhere special. Larry, I really feel that with what my brother has done just for people all around the world, there should be something special.
"A monument in D.C. for Michael Jackson. Not because of the music, because of the message in the music, and how it touched so many people. That's what it should be."