Jurors found Phil Spector guilty of murder in the second-degree for the shooting death of 40-year-old actress Lana Clarkson.
Crazy-haired Phil Spector, the record producer, convicted of murdering an actress, faces 18 years in prison. As he awaits transfer from the LA County jail, the former record producer is looking out the window. And doing a crossword puzzle. And playing with a pet cockroach.
Among the things on Fake Spector's mind: "People ask me about my opinion of American Idol. It's a total insult to music. Not my thing" and "Apart from twitter and my ipod, all I have for entertainment are Wilson and saliva bubbles."
Wilson, we learn, is a cockroach. Not the most original of names a lonely man (or his impostor) can give a pet; actor Tom Hanks's character gave the name Wilson to a volleyball in the movie Cast Away. The relationship between Wilson and Fake Spector grew tense. Spector recently reported "I think Wilson just s%$t in my yamulke". Of course, Wilson the cockroach is fake too.
Then again, one could say everyone's fake on Twitter.
Scott McGrew is a technology reporter for NBC Bay Area who really is who he says he is on Twitter: @scottmcgrew