Monday, February 27, 2017

Leonard Cohen's Alleged Gun Incident with Phil Spector Didn't Take Place in a Studio?

From: Kelley Lynch <>
Date: Mon, Feb 27, 2017 at 10:23 AM
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IRS, FBI, and DOJ,

Reviewing some interview information.  I think it's quite outrageous that Cohen advised John Wilde (originally in 1988, Blitz and included in a 2015 interview with him) that the incident with Phil Spector occurred at his home.  As of this date, I have found the following contradictions in his "good rock 'n roll" stories:

Gun to head, neck, chest
The weapon is either an automatic, semi-automatic, uzzi, or crossbow
The incident occurred at either the studio or Cohen's home

Who would ever believe this insanity?  I also think Cohen's threat to kill Norman Mailer and his family is of interest.  It scared Mailer who felt some lunatic might actually carry the threat out.  This is the religious sage the City Attorney, et al. have glorified.  

And now, the City Attorneys prosecutors are lying profusely before LA Superior Court.  Kory & Rice were not part of any fraud Cohen restraining order.  The City Attorney continues to interfere with federal tax matters and Kory's declaration is one long perjured narrative.  It also appears designed to elicit information abourt IRS.  This is how they all operate.  And then there's the operatives.  Gianelli is all over Truth Sentinel slandering me once again and many people believe he IS although others believe it is Sandra Jo Streeter.  She found my question about this situation "harassing," naturally.  That's the buzz word in this rotten town.  

I've sent you my notes on Kory's declaration.  I have some other things to focus on today.  I do think LA Superior Court should recuse the City Attorney.  They are not only conflicted, their misconduct has led to egregious due process violations.  

I would like to know:  what authority does the City Attorney have to alter IRS rules and regulations, filing requirements, etc. and determine what is or is not legitimate re. federal tax matters.  And, what right do they have to lie to jurors about these matters?


"I don't know if I'd dignify my condition by the use of the word tragedy. When I was writing the album with Phil, it was all very agreeable. He is a very charming and hospitable man. Though he did lock the doors when you visited him so you couldn't leave without his permission. Outside of that, he was a very sweet guy. As far as the actual record went, it was definitely the most painful to make because I lost control of it. Phil would confiscate the tapes every night under armed guard. There was a lot of love in the air though, curiously enough. Phil is a very affectionate person if you manage to penetrate the extremities of his expression. At one time, at three o'clock in the morning, he came over to my place with a bottle of red wine in one hand and a .45 in the other. He put his arm around my shoulder, shoved the .45 into my neck and said, 'Leonard, I love you.' I said, 'Phil, I sincerely hope you do!' I had the notion of hiring my own private army and fighting it out with them on Sunset Boulevard but I was a coward in those days."

Didn't you also have some weird scene with Mailer over the poem "Dear Mailer"? ("Dear Mailer, don't ever fuck with me, or come up to me, and punch my gut, on behalf of one of your theories. I am armed and mad. Should I suffer, the smallest humiliation, at your hand, I will kill you, and your entire family.")

"I actually recited the poem to Mailer with a smile, at some reading where we met up. He didn't punch me out but he was alarmed. He said, 'God, don't publish that. You don't know that some loony isn't going to be excited by it and do what you threatened to do.' It really scared him. I then had second thoughts about the poem because suddenly I saw it from his point of view. Earlier, I saw it as a humorous response to the position he was taking at the time, coming on like a bully. I had a real laugh when I originally wrote it. I then tried to stop its publication but it had already gone to press."