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Roughly a decade since the shooting death of actress Lana Clarkson, and in advance of a new HBO film in which Al Pacino portrays Phil Spector, on Friday evening, Rachelle Spector joined Piers Morgan for a live interview.
The wife of the man currently serving a prison sentence after having been convicted of Clarkson's death, Spector feels the film should have been done differently:
"They wanted nothing to do with my husband or I, and I feel that if they wanted to properly depict him, in this film, you would think they would want to meet the guy, learn his voice inflections, his mannerisms, his thoughts behind the music, what he was actually going through during the trials. And no, they did not do that."
Meanwhile, for her "Piers Morgan Live" appearance, Spector also supplied a clip of a song she's written for her incarcerated husband. Entitled “P.S. I Love You,” it's being released Monday.
Additionaly, heading into a weekend which would yield a verdict in the Steubenville rape case, on Friday night, reporter Poppy Harlow provided her first-hand account of the trial to that point:
"The key here is, how intoxicated was she at this point it time," detailed Harlow. "The third eye witness, taking the stand, also a friend of both of the defendants, saying the same thing: that he saw Malik Richmond use his fingers, in sexual activity with this girl, which if it is not consensual, is rape in the state of Ohio. This is key, that third witness saying quote 'she wasn't moving, she wasn't talking, she wasn't participating.'"