Mistrial Declared In Phil Spector Case

Sep 26th, 2007 // 6 Comments

spector.jpgMySpace threat victim Larry Paul Fidler, the presiding judge in the Phil Spector murder trial, has declared a mistrial in the case after jurors said for a second time that they were unable to render a verdict. The jury was, according to MSNBC, split 10-2 on the charge of second-degree murder, although it’s unknown whether or not the majority of jurors were in favor of conviction or acquittal.

Judge declares mistrial in Spector case [MSNBC]

  1. The Mozfather

    Crap. A mistrial? He must have done some really important tasks for Satan if ol’ Beelzebub is working this hard to free him.

  2. pjohn

    this bodes well for R. Kelly

  3. Chris Molanphy

    Wow, I guess this proves writing and producing great music early in life banks a lifetime’s worth of karma to draw upon.

    I hope someone fingers and then shames the two idiots on that jury.

  4. MameDennis

    I’m bereft of snark on this one. I’m just sick about this.

  5. DrSpaceman

    But will the trial for second degree songslaughter of “The Long and Winding Road” be going ahead?

  6. Poubelle

    The majority were in favor of conviction. I second Dennisobell’s comment above.

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