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The selection of jurors who will be asked to decide if legendary music producer Phil Spector was responsible for the shooting death four years ago of a cult movie actress commenced Monday in Los Angeles. They will consider conflicting evidence about what happened before police found Lana Clarkson, 40, on Feb. 3, 2003 slumped dead in a chair in the foyer of Spector's castle-like home, her teeth blown out by a gunshot to her mouth.

Clarkson was best known as the star of Roger Corman's cult film "Barbarian Queen." She was working as a hostess at the House of Blues when she went home with Spector that night.

The coroner's office called it a homicide -- "death by the hand of another" -- but also noted Clarkson had gunshot residue on both of her hands and may have pulled the trigger.

In an e-mail to friends, Spector, 66, termed her death an accidental suicide." He has pleaded not guilty and has been free on 1 million U.S. dollars bail since his arrest. If convicted, he could face life in prison.

Spector, who created the "Wall of Sound," which revolutionized the recording of rock music, was present as members of a prospective jury pool entered the downtown courtroom.

Opening statements are to begin April 30. The judge has ruled the trial can be televised.

Spector produced the Beatles’"Let It Be" album and George Harrison's "Concert for Bangladesh," and has been cited as an influence by Bruce Springsteen and countless other artists.

Spector also wrote such rock classics as "Da Doo Ron Ron," "Be My Baby," "You've Lost that Lovin’Feeling" and "River Deep-Mountain High."


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