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Phil Spector Case Mistrial


2007-09-26 23:56:25

The judge overseeing the PHIL SPECTOR murder case has declared a mistrial.
Judge Larry Paul Fidler sent the members of the jury home on Wednesday (26Sep07) after hearing they were split ten to two after 12 days of deliberation and six ballots - and unable to break their deadlock.
Spector was accused of murdering actress Lana Clarkson in his Alhambra, California mansion in 2003. The trial began in April (07) and featured 77 witnesses.
Officials at the Los Angeles District Attorney's office state they will retry the record producer. (KL/WN/GES) WENN - BREAKING NEWS - 26 SEPTEMBER 2007


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