12 September 2007

Jury Deliberations

We're now well into the jury deliberations phase of the Phil Spector/Lana Clarkson murder trial.

Outside the hearing of the jury, the judge and attorneys have been in something of an uproar over comments Spector allegedly made to an interviewer for The Mail, a UK publication.

My understanding is that if he gave an interview at all, Spector was in defiance of a gag order. But if you're facing a murder conviction, a citation for contempt of court probably looks like small beer.

What was amazing to me was a scene in which Spector's wife, Rachelle, opened defied the trial judge, essentially daring him to lock her up. Here's a link if any of you would like to read all about it.


We'll see how long this takes.

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