Talentless gold digger married to infamous murderer pretty excited about debut album

What an absolutely pathetic excuse for a human being. Evil gold digging POS. When the first trial ended in no verdict thanks to the ‘engineer’ on the jury, this piece of work was taped jumping up and down and dancing with Spector in the driveway of his ‘castle’ immediately afterward. Real class.

God Bless Lana Clarkson. Here is a tribute to Lana by grohlsguitar

NYPost:

…“I talked to my husband yesterday, and he said he’s more excited about this project than he was about The Beatles or Tina Turner,” she says. “He is so, so proud, and he really believes in me.” In addition to pushing for her husband’s release from jail in 2010, Rachelle Spector faces another challenge. “It’s a battle in this industry. I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t hoping that people will take me more seriously.”

…“This is the first album my husband has released in 30 years, and with our appeal, this is the year we’re going to bring him home, I just know it.”

Spector says that the title “Out of My Chelle” came to her because “my husband just really wanted to put me into the light. I’m his lifeline, he’s living vicariously through me, so this breakout, it’s really about both of us.” The album was produced during Spector’s trial and before he was sentenced to 19 years behind bars…

May Phil Spector only come out of prison in a body bag. Let God forgive him, I certainly cannot, I am all too human.

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July 13, 2010. Tags: , , , . Celebrities, Entertainment, Film, Music, Popular Culture. Comments off.

Cry Me a River: Phil Spector ‘terrified of being done in’ in prison…

Guilty as sin. Caged like the killer he is. Yay. Cry me a river you rat bastard. Our previous post on Lana Clarkson’s tragic death here

The Sun reports Phil is still living in his own private Idaho of the mind:

In rambling letters to a pal, Spector, serving life for murdering a B-list actress, moaned: “Imagine sending me to the same prison – shows how low they can go.

“They’d kill you in here for a 39-cent bag of soup!”

The twisted Wall of Sound genius said he was terrified of being done in by other lags and that being kept locked in his 3ft by 7ft cell was better than having to mix with them at mealtimes.

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August 19, 2009. Tags: , , , , , , , , . Celebrities, Doo Wop, Entertainment, Film, Motown, Music, Popular Culture. 2 comments.

Phil Spector found Guilty- Second Degree Murder -No Bail

Update: I hear folks asking what was different this time around, they had expected at best a compromise verdict with the manslaughter charge added as an option this second trial.. I’ll tell you what was different., there was no engineer on the jury this time. That’s it, period. Ask any prosecutor, engineers have to have every conceivable and even inconceivable thing explained to find guilt, and the engineer on the last jury got the defense the hung jury last time around…

The Ronettes, Be My Baby (Phil also used to lock up Ronnie when they were married)

I watched the first trial and folks, he did it.

Drudge has it headlined

NBC LA : Music producer Phil Spector has been found guilty of second-degree murder in the February 2003 shooting death of actress Lana Clarkson.

Live Video: Spector Verdict

Jurors also found Spector personally used the firearm while committing the crime at his Alhambra mansion. Sentencing has been set for May 29.

The judge denied bail and Spector, wearing a fire-engine red tie and pocket square, was taken into custody after the verdict was announced. Deputies led Spector from the courtroom.

Second-degree murder carries a penalty of 15 years to life in prison.

Spector has been pulling guns on people, specifically women trying to leave, for over 20 years and he finally killed someone. God Bless Lana Clarkson and her family and friends.

Phil’s dad killed himself and his epitaph is To Know Him was To Love Him, yes like Phil’s first hit single. Very disturbed, gifted, but profoundly disturbed man.

Lana Clarkson Tribute by grohlsguitar

April 13, 2009. Tags: , , , , . Doo Wop, Entertainment, Film, Motown, Music, Popular Culture, Uncategorized. 2 comments.

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