The Narcissists’ Hall Of Fame: Phil Spector

Will Lana Clarkson & Phil Spector Get The Justice They Deserve?

After a four year delay, the trial of the State of California vs Phil Spector, charged in the homicide of actress Lana Clarkson is finally scheduled to begin next week with jury selection.  As recapped in this article posted on TMZ.com today, it is alledged that Spector, with a reputation for abusing alcohol, guns and women, shot Ms. Clarkson after he brought her to his home.

Spector’s ever evolving legal team has managed to keep their client from answering to the charges and free on $1 million bail since the incident in February of 2003, while Ms. Clarkson’s remains have decomposed in her grave.  BFD sincerely hopes that the police and district attorney personnel assigned to this case have done their homework and put together a strong case.

The last time that we addresed this issue it was posted on our parent site, Indefatigable-Indolence, at the time, in the spring of 2005, we believed that justice would be swift and decisive, and our posting was intended to demonstrate how ridiculous and out of touch with reality that Mr. Spector seems to be, but contemplating this pathetic individual now, we find nothing amusing about him or his predicament.

This is the face of a wacked-out, substance abusing, wreckless gun toting narcissist:

 

   

Let’s all hope that this despicable little man is assigned a cell in the state penitentiary for the rest of his life.

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2 Responses to The Narcissists’ Hall Of Fame: Phil Spector

  1. lynette says:

    omg, that’s specter?? criminy, what the hell happened to his hair?? it looks like a fright wig. was he serious? that hair would make anyone crazy enough to kill another human being.

    i jest, and it’s not funny. it is a shame what $$ can do to prevent being brought to justice. i assume it’s top $$ lawyers who’ve kept him from having to answer for his crimes?

    geeeze, what a ‘do.

  2. ms. place says:

    Unbelievable that it’s been four years. It’s foul how money and influence slow the criminal justice process to a crawl.

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