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Fri, Nov. 19th, 2010 | 05:04 pm  ⅊ lapl ‏‏␦ alert  A junkie's blues-QUEENSRYCHE slavezombie

the pigeons in Italy

Beverly Hills seemed like a safe place to roam. Now they've got unsolved murders to worry about with the recent killing of publicist Ronni Chasen. Some reporters have term the grizzly murder a slaying. One thing is certain. The authorities aren't going to be searching for gang relevancy in this serious act of violence.

One wonders whether road rage may have taken a part in the incident. I don't believe a suspect would be so hard on finding if it was. Unplanned murder usually leaves discriminating evidence. At least it would seem so by all the violence depicted in TV shows.

I've since taken a new interest in the movie the tourist. Filmed in Italy, it seems, the on location footage alone would be worth the ticket sale. What is to become, I wonder, of the celebrities who benefited from the expertise of the late Ronni Chasen? I mean, will the films she had a part in developing become Hollywood hex flicks? I wonder.

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billy pilgrim


from: chuckvideo
date: Sat, Nov. 20, 2010 12:33 am (UTC)

Interesting, as my take on the Ronni Chasen murder is that it actually could be gang related. It's not uncommon as part of a gang's initiation to have a considered member commit a grisly act such as a random murder, in order to show his allegiance to the gang. Poor Ms. Chasen could have been the wrong person at the wrong time, driving a nice car in a nice part of town to be targeted for a gang member's rite of passage. I hope they catch the bastard who killed her.

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Medieval Babe


from: slavewench
date: Sat, Nov. 20, 2010 05:14 pm (UTC)

Actually unplanned murder can be just as hard to solve as planned. TV and movies show nothing close to reality, even the so called 'reality shows'. Believe me, I know.

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