Phil Spector Murder Trial Just About Murder And Nothing Else

Phil Spector Murder Trial Jury Charges limitedIt's coming to the part of the Phil Spector murder trial where the jury will have to stop listening to stories about how Phil Spector hates all women and decide if Phil Spector murdered Lana Clarkson or not – and nothing else.

Phil Spector's defence team has persuaded the court to kill the possibility that Phil Spector could be convicted of a lesser crime, like voluntary or involuntary manslaughter. That means the jury will only be able to consider Phil Spector's guilt of second-degree murder after the trial's closing statements next week. So, is Phil Spector guilty of murder or not? This is all turning out to be a bit like Deal Or No Deal, isn't it? Only a version of Deal Or No Deal where the result is decided by listening to several months of scientific evidence about an old man with lesbian hair instead of the random opening of some boxes as presided over by a beardy bloke who pulls inappropriate spaz-faces a lot and hears voices in his head.

As the Phil Spector murder trial draws to its inevitable close, the jury will be asking itself a lot of questions about what they've witnessed over the last few months. How relevant was it that several women testified about Phil Spector holding guns to their heads, or that Phil Spector once yelled that all women were "fucking cunts" who deserved to be shot? And what about blood spatter? Would Phil Spector be covered in Lana Clarkson's blood if she stood two feet away from him and shot herself in the mouth, or six feet? And, perhaps most importantly, when the jury sat in Phil Spector's chair and pretended to be dead, did they feel murdered or suicided?

And that's just the tip of the iceberg – the Phil Spector murder trial jurors' heads are are full of Lana Clarkson's ghosts and DNA-splattered boobies and shoes and Michael Bay and Elmer Fudd, too – so if anything the jury members should be grateful that Phil Spector's defence wants to limit their choices to second-degree murder and nothing else. And, as the Los Angeles Times reports, that's what has happened:

Jurors can consider only one charge — second-degree murder — when they decide whether legendary music producer Phil Spector shot and killed an actress he took home to his mansion more than four years ago. Finalizing the instructions that will be presented to the jury, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Larry Paul Fidler concluded Wednesday that the evidence presented at trial did not allow the 12 men and women deciding Spector's fate to consider a lesser charge of voluntary or involuntary manslaughter. 

It's a strange choice, we'll admit – given Phil Spector's extensive history of holding guns to people's heads without ever actually killing any of them, voluntary or involuntary manslaughter sort of sounds about right – but it's thought that limiting the jury to choosing between guilty of second-degree murder or not guilty of second-degree murder may push the jury's decision slightly towards the direction of not guilty, sparing Phil Spector anything between 15 years in jail to a life sentence; even though, at 67, 15 years is mostly a life sentence anyway.

So let's call this decision a smart move on the part of Phil Spector's lawyers. Once the jury has forgotten about all the forensic proof, the near impossibility of Lana Clarkson – an attractive woman – shooting herself in the mouth sitting down with her handbag on hours after buying several pairs of shoes and Phil Spector's murder confession, they'll be sure to find Phil Spector innocent of all charges. 

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Spector Jury's Choices Limited – Los Angeles Times 

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  1. Kelley Lynch says

    I know Phil Spector and I believe he is completely innocent. Lots of tale fish tales involved with Phil Spector.

  2. TameTheShrew says

    Kelley Lynch: I know Phil Spector and I believe he is completely innocent. Lots of tale fish tales involved with Phil Spector.

    Right, this from the woman who stole $5 million from Leonard Cohen and was ordered to pay it back by a California judge. You’d make the perfect character witness for Phil. With friends like you, who needs enemies.

  3. Kelley Lynch says

    Well, the IRS Commissioner’s Staff is involved, I met with agents from the Department of the Treasury, and I’m waiting for Bruce Cutler to represent me.  Boies Schiller was able to figure out that Cohen owes me millions and not vice versa.  My advisers were able to figure out Cohen and his advisers had dragged me into criminal tax fraud – and, I have witnesses that Cohen offered me 50% of his community property to lie and say his advisers defrauded me.  Actually, Boies Schiller suggested that I have the LA "DA" wire me when I went to meet with Cohen’s advisers.  The reason I didn’t enter an appearance or participate in Cohen’s fraud lawsuit:  because 1) I don’t participate in tax fraud; and, 2) I was never served the lawsuit.  Also, I was dragged to King Drew by LAPD and questioned about Phil Spector and involuntarily drugged.  Beyond that, I could care less what you think.  Who do you know and what’s your evidence?
    And yes, I’ll be suing Cohen and his advisers for slander.
    Kelley Lynch

  4. Laurie says

    Boies Schiller aside, I’m sure lots of people would be interested in hearing what Kelley Lynch did with Leonard Cohen’s money.

  5. Kelley Lynch says

    I personally think Larry Fidler should lose his job over these two trials. His jury instructions in the first trial were deranged and delusional, changed the minds of the jurors, and were then revoked. Now, after ruling that the jury in the first trial could not consider lesser charges, he is permitting them to consider involuntary manslaughter. I know Phil Spector, have worked for Phil Spector, and know his family. He is unrecognizable as it stands. That may be due to the fact that the prosecutors seem to have gone through the gutters to find every gold-digger who used Phillip – that would include Diane Ogden, who now seems to have died of a drug overdose. I worked for Phillip in 1988 and 1989 and do not recall any other assistants, apart from his wife and the Mother of his children, Janis Zavala Spector. That means: Diane Ogden lied. And, I believe my former partner, Leonard Cohen, perjured himself in Phillip’s secret grand jury. The reason I believe this is because Cohen me for nearly 20 years that he simply could not stand the fact that Phillip drowned his vocals on the album they worked on together. He told the detectives I met at his house that his comments to the newsmedia about Phillip, over the years, were good rock ‘n roll coments. Why would he change his story for the Grand Jury? Could it be to see if the Los Angeles District Attorney could help him out when he realized there was nothing on earth that could prevent me from reporting his tax fraud – that I was told was criminal – to the District Attorney. This might also explain why the DA’s investigator was so nice to me initially and then began threatening me. They are common criminals from what I have experienced and I believe Phil Spector has been set up. I also believe the District Attorney, the prosecutors, investigators, police, etc., should be investigated by the Department of Justice.
    Kelley Lynch
    Ann Diamond’s Draft Article Note: Kelley Lynch needs to make some factual corrections to this article. It is, however, a good solid version of events. Thursday, July 3, 2008 Whatever Happened to Kelley Lynch? A Case of Psychiatric Abuse Kelley Lynch is the woman accused in 2005 of skimming millions from singer Leonard Cohen’s retirement fund. I knew of her through friends of Leonard Cohen, and had heard her described in glowing terms as the agent who, single-handedly, saved Cohen’s career in the 1990s. In early May of this year, Lynch suddenly contacted me. She said she was mainly interested in my perceptions of Cohen as a former friend and next door neighbour in Montreal. At one time I also studied with his Zen Master in California, and had spent time with him on Hydra, Greece. Not having heard her side of the story (I doubt that anyone has, apart from a circle of her closest friends), I was curious. Over the next few weeks, she shared several documents pertaining to the case including an affidavit written by her older son, Rutger, which corroborates her story. The following account is based on what Lynch has sent me. It suggests she was the victim of a “coordinated kidnapping” carried out by the LAPD and Inglewood PD, which ended in her being taken to King-Drew Hospital, 40 miles from her home, where she was held overnight, chained to a chair, and given powerful drugs without permission or authorization. **************************************************** Since 2005 when she became the object of media gossip, little if anything has been heard from Kelley Lynch. A single mother with two sons, Lynch was Leonard Cohen’s personal manager from approximately 1988 to 2004, and was known for her skill, hard work, and dedication. Until 2004, Kelley lived and worked in Los Angeles where she still has many friends and acquaintances in the entertainment world including Phil Spector and Oliver Stone. Her own account of the events that wrecked her career, varies widely from the media portrait of a reckless, delusional woman in the throes of a personal meltdown. The meltdown was real, however. By late December, 2005, Lynch had lost custody of one son and was homeless and living on the streets with her older son, Rutger, who witnessed the chain of bizarre events that had begun a year earlier. In 2004, Lynch owned a house in Brentwood, and still worked for Cohen, who owed her money for royalties and other services, but was increasingly involved with his new girlfriend, Anjani Thomas, ex-wife of Cohen’s attorney, Robert Kory. In retrospect, Lynch believes she was set up by Cohen’s lawyers and accountants to help cover up a tax situation which made the IRS “nervous.” In November 2004, Cohen’s attorney Kory told Lynch that a financial entity known as Traditional Holdings, LLC could be overturned by the IRS. Lynch, who had been selected as a partner on the entity, became uneasy and consulted a new accountant, who referred her to tax lawyers, who found irregularities in Cohen’s tax history, both in the US and Canada where he has residences. Rattled by what she was hearing that she was being dragged into criminal tax fraud — Lynch called the IRS in Washington and also contacted their website. An IRS collection agent advised her to call the Fraud Hotline, which she did. Told that any further action on her part might implicate her in fraud, Lynch refused to meet with Cohen or turn over the corporate books. At that stage, Cohen’s advisers began claiming that certain payments, distributions, or advances made to her were actually “over-payments.” Lynch says their accounting was incomplete and ignored her share of intellectual property, unpaid commissions and royalties, and share in Traditional Holdings, LLC. Apparently Lynch had also been issued K1 partnership tax documents and made a partner on another Cohen investment entity, LC Investments, LLC, without her permission or awareness. Lynch says an increasingly nervous and desperate Cohen was pressuring her to agree to mediation and told a friend of hers that Lynch was “the love of his life.” She and Cohen had had a brief affair in 1990, but Cohen now was offering her 50% of his “community property” as well as “palimony” through lawyer Robert Kory at a meeting attended by Lynch’s legal representatives and her accountant, Dale Burgess. To Lynch, none of this made sense at the time. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office received an anonymous tip informing them that Lynch was a friend of producer Phil Spector, whom Lynch maintains is innocent. Cohen, on the other hand, had given an interview in which he described a gun-waving Spector who threatened him during recording sessions in 1977. At around the same time he was offering her “millions”, Lynch says, Cohen was also circulating slanderous stories about her. She believes Cohen encouraged Los Angeles record producer Steve Lindsey, the father of her son Ray, to initiate a custody suit on May 25, 2005, the same day a 25-man SWAT team from the LAPD, acting on a bogus 911 call, suddenly cordoned off her street and surrounded her home in response to a “hostage taking.” Earlier that morning, Lynch says, her 12-year-old son Ray woke up not feeling well. She sent an email to his school informing them she was keeping him at home. When the boy’s father found out Ray was home he became agitated and abusive over the phone to Lynch. Lynch says she had young people who worked for her coming and going that day, and did not want Ray’s father coming to the house and attacking her, as he had in the past. She called her older son Rutger, who was visiting a friend nearby, and asked him to pick Ray up and take him down the hill where actress Cloris Leachman waited in her car. Leachman, a friend of Lindsey, took charge of Ray just as seven LAPD squad cars came speeding up Mandeville Canyon Road in the direction of Lynch’s house. With them was Ray’s father, Steve Lindsey. Lynch says she looked out the window and saw armed men on her lawn. Her son Rutger and his friends were telling police there was no hostage-taking, that they had spent the morning with Lynch, and that there must be some mistake. For reasons no one understands, LAPD/Inglewood PD decided to believe Steve Lindsey, who had left the scene. Police later gave varying explanations about what led up to the incident. West LAPD said they responded to a report that someone heard “shots fired.” But a company that oversees SWAT said Lynch would have to have a superior caliber weapon to warrant such a high risk entry. A member of the SWAT team claimed to have seen a note that Lynch’s sister had placed the call stating Lynch posed “a danger to herself and everyone around her.” Her sister denies this. Lynch stayed inside her house and called her former custody lawyer, Lee Kanon Alpert. She also called Leonard Cohen, assuming he had played a role in the events unfolding on her lawn. Lynch says she knew Steve Lindsey had also been meeting with Cohen and his attorney, and had recently told their son Ray that Lynch was “going to jail,” upsetting the boy. She says Cohen taped the phone call later used in his successful court case against her for which, Lynch says, she never received a summons. Lynch says, “Police were on my hillside and crouching under my kitchen window.” She says the standoff on her lawn continued for several more hours, disrupting the neighborhood. Members of Inglewood Police Department also participated in the operation. Eventually, she decided to go into the back yard. Seeing her son Rutger acting as a “human shield and hostage negotiator,” Lynch ventured out front with her Akita on leash and joked to the cops: “Who am I supposed to be holding hostage? My dog?” The police responded by telling her son they would only shoot Lynch and her dog if necessary. “That was when I dove into the pool.” SWAT team members searched her house. As they entered, Lynch’s African Grey parrot, Lou, called out: “I see dead people!” further alarming the nervous cops. Offering her a hand out of the pool, one officer said they were only there to help her and not to hurt her. “No one asked me if I was all right; no one questioned me about my well-being.” The Medical Examiners Office later wondered how the police had evaluated her. After stating they were not arresting her, they handcuffed Lynch, still in her bikini. On her way out the door, her son managed to hand her a brocade jacket. Although she lived near UCLA Medical Center, she was taken in a squad car to King-Drew Medical Center in Watts, 40 miles away and a three-hour drive in traffic. Known as one of America’s worst hospitals, King-Drew was recently closed down as a place where patients routinely die from neglect and medical errors. During the long ride through South Central Los Angeles, Lynch says she was questioned closely about her relationship with Phil Spector, who had been charged with first-degree murder of Lana Clarkson. In the car, Lynch voiced concern over what awaited her at the hospital but was told by a woman cop: “This will be good for you.” “I felt I was being kidnapped”. At Emergency, the admitting psychiatrist administered anti-psychotic drugs without authorization and left Lynch in the waiting area for hours, still in her bikini and brocade jacket, handcuffed to a chair. A nurse advised her she would be transferred but did not tell her where. Examining her file, the nurse noticed it listed her as 19 years old with wrong social security number, wrong date of birth, wrong religion, and her name misspelled as “Kelly Lynch” Lynch thinks it was the same file she had seen, several months earlier, in the hands of the Special Investigator who came to question her about Spector. A second doctor told her to wait her turn to ensure no further harm would come to her, and assured her that nothing in the King Drew report could cause her to lose custody of her child. The following day, she was released after nearly 24 hours in the psych ward. Back home, Lynch learned that while she was being held at the hospital her younger son’s father, Steven Clark Lindsey, had filed for custody of her son Ray Charles Lindsey and obtained a restraining order denying her access to the boy. She says Lindsey attempted to convince doctors at King Drew that she was dangerous, in order to have her committed, She says Lindsey also threatened the psychiatrist who had her released. On that same day, Cohen’s attorney Robert Kory filed a Declaration in the custody matter, as did Betsy Superfon (a friend of Cohen, Kory and Lindsey who had befriended Lynch a few months earlier ). Superfon later told Lynch she didn’t realize what she was signing, and that Cohen had offered Lindsey money “or something else” to take Ray away from Lynch. Her older son alleges Lindsey offered him money to go to Leonard Cohen’s lawyer’s office and transfer or sign over Lynch’s house to Cohen or his attorney Robert Kory. Rutger refused and phoned his own father, who advised him to contact a lawyer. Two weeks later, in early June, as she drove down her street to buy dog food, a Mercedes sped out of a neighbouring driveway and rear-ended her car, Lynch was thrown forward, fracturing her nose against the steering well, and was knocked unconscious. Later, she says, as she drove back up the hill to her home, the same driver was standing in his driveway and called out: “We are watching you” as she passed. Seeing his injured, bleeding mother enter the house, her older son again phoned his father, who may have called 911. Accounts vary as whether the call referred to an incident of “domestic violence” or a “drug overdose.” Either way, police arrived at Lynch’s door for the second time in two weeks. Over the protests of her son, they entered while she was on the phone to a friend, Dr. Wendi Knaak who stayed on the phone talking with Rutger while police again handcuffed Lynch. This time they took her to UCLA hospital where her obvious head injuries were ignored. Instead, she was once again drugged and placed in the psychiatric unit where she remained for several days. Lynch and her advisors maintain these events were coordinated by Cohen, Kory and Lindsey, with the help of former LA District Attorney Ira Reiner in a well- orchestrated plan to traumatize and discredit her paving the way for media stories which accused her of skimming millions from Cohen’s retirement fund. In the summer of 2005, as Lynch was struggling to save her home and protect her child from a father her friends describe as “viciously anti-social” and “violent”, reports of Leonard Cohen’s financial troubles hit the press. They alleged the 70-something singer had been scammed by his personal manager, Kelley Lynch, who colluded with an advisor at the AGILE Group in Colorado to send him false financial statements while emptying his accounts of millions of dollars. Although listed as the owner of Traditional Holdings, the entity in question, Lynch says she never received any statements from the AGILE Group — who instead had been sending them to Cohen — having changed her mailing address to Cohen’s home in Los Angeles. She has since filed a complaint with the US Post Office for mail tampering. She insists Cohen sued her because she went to the IRS about his tax situation. She says he is not, and never was, “broke” and that missing funds went to buy homes for his son Adam Cohen and girlfriend, singer Anjani Thomas, ex-wife of Robert Kory. Noting Cohen is famous for his financial largesse and once gave Zen Master Sasaki Roshi $500,000 as a gift, Lynch also cites hefty payments to advisers, various transaction fees, personal taxes, and other monies which may have been sent offshore. While Cohen and Lindsey attempted to persuade others, including LA Superior Court, that she intended to flee to Tibet or another non-extradition country, Lynch was isolated and penniless and still in Los Angeles. Lynch was former personal secretary to the late Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, a flamboyant Tibetan spiritual teacher who founded Naropa Institute in Boulder, Colorado in the 1970s, and died in 1987. She says various Tibetan lamas are praying for her safety. [Correction Lynch was a student of Trungpa Rinpoche; she helped raise his son, Gesar Mukpo, and believes may have led to some confusion on the part of the author] Journalists covering the story were either unable, or didn’t bother, to track Lynch down, and most reported Cohen’s statements as fact. The NY Times contacted Kelley for a quote which they never printed By July 2005, Lynch had lost her custody battle and Ray went to live with his father. On December 28, she and Rutger were evicted from the house in Brentwood, and ended up homeless in Santa Monica, which has no resources for the homeless. The Police Department gave her no help and, she claims, laughed when she brought in evidence that she was being stalked by a known serial killer while she camped on the beach. In 2006, Cohen was awarded a symbolic $9 million settlement in a civil suit against Lynch, who still does not have a lawyer representing her. Corporate books and other evidence of fraud appear to have been overlooked by Judge Ken Freeman in his judgment, Lynch says, although she admits she has not read the court documents and was never served a summons. At the time of the decision, she told reporters she lacked the money to make a phone call. That same year, her older son lost his fingers in an accident with a meat grinder while he was working at Whole Foods in Los Angeles and Lynch could not afford a bus ticket to visit him in hospital. Lynch heard through a journalist that Cohen later testified for the District Attorney’s office in a secret grand jury relating to the Phil Spector case with former District Attorney Ira Reiner acting as his lawyer. As D.A., Reiner presided over some high-profile cases including the “Night Stalker” serial killer and the McMartin Day Care scandal. Recently, on June 17, 2008, Cohen’s lawsuit against the Agile Group was thrown out of court for lack of evidence. In response the AGILE Group dropped its counter-suit accusing Cohen of defamation and fraud. AGILE still claims to be shocked that a singer of Leonard Cohen’s talent and stature would engage in false accusations against his own representatives. Lynch believes Cohen and AGILE colluded to defraud her. She continues to deny all allegations against her, and remains hopeful that Phil Spector’s lawyer, Bruce Cutler, will represent her in recouping damages to her livelihood and reputation. She now lives in another state and recently learned her younger son, 15, whom she has not seen since July 2005, stopped attending school last January. These days Cohen’s fans seem to have expended their rage at Kelley Lynch for driving their idol into bankruptcy. Some now say she unwittingly did them a service — by forcing him to go on tour for the first time in nearly two decades. At 74, singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen continues to ride a wave of sympathy, gathering wide support from the music world and even some British royalty. Unquestionably, his career and finances have benefited from news reports that he is too impoverished to retire. From his tower of song, Cohen has written: I smile when I’m angry I cheat and I lie I do what I have to do To get by And I’m always alone And my heart is like ice And it’s crowded and cold In my secret life (My Secret Life — Leonard Cohen) His many admirers need to listen closely.

  6. Come-on Kelley says

    Kelley Lynch is Leonard Cohen’s former manager. According to the May 16, 2006, judgment obtained by Cohen against her, she stole $4 million from him and also mismanaged Cohen’s affairs, resulting in a $7.8M judgment + 10% interest per year at the legal rate.

    Cohen also obtained restraining orders against Kelley Lynch in California and Colorado (where she currently lives).

    In response, Kelley Lynch has engaged in a relentless smear campaign against Cohen and anyone who dares question her tactics–including by sending 3 emails a day to the IRS and Justice Department demanding that all such persons be arrested or investigated.

    In the meantime, most sites on which Lynch has posted her hate have either banned her or removed her posts, and Google deleted her two blogs (and related email accounts) for hateful spamming.

    Kelley Lynch has also suffered two involuntary psychiatric hospital commitments, is stalking and harassing attorney Bruce Cutler (whom she has posted she wants to have sex with and has sent over 1,000 ranting voice messages to)–while at the same time stating that Cutler will sue her enemies.

    Kelley Lynch has also called for the “arrest” of prosecutors, chief’s of police in two states, blog editors, blog post authors, and many others.

    This woman is sick, she has an agenda, and nothing that this pathological sick liar says can be taken at face value.

  7. Kelley Lynch says

    Come on Kelley actually says: RICO permits me to go back four years so Cohen and his rotten lawyers should study RICO and attendant statutes. Cohen actually stole from me and that probably explains the lengths he has gone to silence me – including flying into Boulder after Ann Diamond posted her draft article for Rolling Stone on a public blog. She also confirmed, in writing, that Freda Guttman told her that Lorca Cohen informed her classmates at Concordia that her father molested her. This is – no doubt – the reason Cohen via Kory threatened Ann Diamond. I mismanaged nothing. Cohen’s financial adviser, Neal Greenberg, handled Cohen’s finances and Cohen and his advisers structured the corporations, committed the tax fraud on the returns, didn’t report the income, extinguished the promissory note and annuity obligaton, and refuse to undertake a forensic accounting or explain the illegal K1s I was issued by LC Investments, LLC – essentially making me a 99.5% partner on that corporation (illegally, of course). Kelley awaits Opinion Letters from the IRS and State of Kentucky and would like Judge Ken Freeman to explain what documents he reviewed that permitted him to grant a judgment stating I was a trustee. I was not and no such documents exist.

    There is no restraining order in California. While I think the “judge” should have quashed the fraudulent restraining order Cohen so desperately took out in Colorado (where I do not live) it is evidence that Cohen himself crossed state borders and is actively involved in what I view as an unreal and aggressive attempt to cover up criminal tax fraud in the view of everyone – including the IRS Commissioner’s Staff. Who knows – perhaps the IRS Commissioner’s Staff is as stupid as Richard Westin, Cohen’s tax lawyer, told me they were: “MacDonald workers” is how he put it. It seems obvious that Cohen, Kory, Rice, et al. hold similar views about the IRS Commissioner’s Staff.

    I don’t think telling the truth about Cohen is a smear campaign but it certainly is ugly and malicious. Documenting the destruction of my life for the IRS and DOJ, who clearly can identify spam and address it accordingly (but haven’t), is not a smear campaign although it might be threatening to Cohen and his gang of cyber-terrorists. Wonderful activity for a “folk singer.” I continue to request that various agencies investigate his activity and the activity of others. That is correct. I have not demanded anything.

    I have notified Google’s legal team that my Blogs and email accounts have been targeted. Michelle Blaine publicly noted that she and Blogonaut participated in this cyber-terrorism. If anything is hateful that is due to the actions of others. I’m simply telling it like it is.

    Kelley Lynch was taken to King Drew and UCLA and promptly released. Steven Clark Lindsey, who inserted himself into Cohen’s tax fraud matter and Phil Spector’s set up, seems to have been involved in that. Unfortunately, he had no legal authority to speak to anyone on my behalf and witnesses saw him lying to the SWAT Team, etc. He also asked my son to go in and sign documents transferring our former house to Cohen/Kory.

    I have never stated that “Cutler” will sue anyone for me. I also don’t refer to Bruce Cutler as “Cutler.”

    I think the District Attorney (Steve Cooley) should be arrested if it can be proven that Phil Spector is innocent and this was a set up. Since it appears that the coroner was advised not to investigate Clarkson’s suicide as a suicide one can assume that something’s wrong and corrupt. Beyond that, five forensic scientists concluded that Clarkson shot herself and some of them have been “set up” – by Alan Jackson and others (probably) so there are incredibly serious issues at hand. For the record, I have never called for the arrest of a Chief of Police. I have never even asked anyone to investigate a Police Chief.

    Justice is my agenda. Take it at face value.