Anthony Pellicano Sentence, Some Smiles, Some Tears as John J. Nazarian PI, Takes us Through the Day!Posted by Rose in Anita Busch, Anthony Pellicano, Anthony Pellicano trial, Desperate Exes, High Proflie Trials, John J. Nazarian, John Nazarian PI, Kat Pellicano, Nazarian P. I., Pellicano Trial, Pellicano's girls, Tony Pellicano
Well, the day has come that many, including myself, have been waiting for. Judge Dale Fischer sentenced Anthony Pellicano to 180 months…15 birthdays. Anthony will be 80 years old if and when he is released from the Bureau of Prisons, after which he will be on three years parole. He will have to pay $ 7,800 to the court immediately (on top of the $2,000,000 forfeiture ruled last week). All fines were waived as the judge stated that he had no way to pay.
Kat Pellicano and her family came to the sentencing this afternoon and were looking great. She was with her daughters and a young man. Say what you will but this was her former husband’s doings, not hers and not their children. She has been through a great deal also, the level of emotional pain for all involved in this case will never be measured. To some degree she, too, is a victim…however, she is going to be fine, I can tell. Perhaps the show idea will work. I would watch! She and her family need a break.
Anthony came in doing the “stroll” as well as he could with leg irons and belly chain, with his hands cuffed at belt buckle level. He was as usual very happy with a big smile, and at times blew kisses to his family members.
…Anita Busch was the first of the victims allowed to address the court and was in a great deal of pain due to an injury. She spoke of the terror and the feelings being hopeless. She spoke of “death by a 1,000 cuts, deep and hard.” She spoke of the attempt by the L.A. Times to cover up the attack on her by Pellicano and Co. The pain and passion as she spoke were very moving. After she spoke she left the court. Pamela Miller also spoke later in the afternoon and was very strong in what she had to say, and her East Coast accent only added to her verbal attack on the Pelican. All he could do was sit and listen. Miller also made her contempt known for Greenscum and Bluster and all of the people who make it run. Pamela spoke of Pellicano’s “winning at any cost” and that Anthony had thrown away the act of being a son and a father to his family. Miller did not hold any punches, nor did Anita and what they had to say was very moving. I hope that both these women can put there lives together and move on. They did not deserve any of this. The usual attorneys were present, with dreams of home additions and new cars dancing in their heads at the thoughts of what they are going to get from those who sanctioned Pellicano’s behavior. The civil suits will be starting very soon.
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December 16, 2008
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