Phil Spector, 73, is serving a prison sentence of 19 years to life for the shooting death of actress Lana Clarkson. The David Mamet-directed HBO film (in which Al Pacino plays the former music producer) leads with the disclaimer that the story is a work of fiction, but Rachelle, 32, feels as if the story was one-sided.
"They have him as a foul-mouthed megalomaniac and they depict him as a minotaur -- like he draws people into his labyrinth and he locks them in and won't let them out," said Rachelle, who became a licensed private investigator to work on her husband's behalf. "This guy couldn't hurt a fly. He had no gunshot residue on him at all. He was wearing white, and if you're in the vicinity of an intraoral gunshot wound -- which is actually like running a semi in your mouth; it's like 5,000 pounds per square inch of pressure -- you would have blood, tissue and particles. Her two front teeth were actually ejected to the top of the stairs. There was nothing on him."