Imprisoned former celebrity P.I. Anthony Pellicano and a man he allegedly hired to threaten former entertainment business journalist Anita Busch (then working as a contract employee for the Los Angeles Times) have pleaded not guilty to two felony charges. Pellicano, who is representing himself, and Alexander Frederick Proctor are expected back in court June 25th for a status conference. A preliminary hearing has been tentatively set for June 29th.
Pellicano And Thug Pal Plead Not Guilty To Threatening Ex-Showbiz Journo Anita Busch
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