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...Morrison, who has been imprisoned for nearly 18 years after he was convicted of making phone threats between 1989 to 1992 to hospitals where an ex-girlfriend worked. apnews.myway.com...
An Inmate Takes a Big Risk to Save His Name
By DON VAN NATTA Jr.
Published: June 18, 1996
Mr. Morrison, 49, who describes himself as a former business partner of Muhammad Ali, has served almost all of a 51-month Federal prison sentence after pleading guilty to making threatening phone calls to former girlfriends.
...Mr. Morrison has a lot to lose. If the jury convicts him, prosecutors say they will seek a 15- to 17-year term. The maximum he faces is 55 years.
Tenn. man released after trial of death of 14-month old daughter
The body of 14-month old Angel was found face down in a pond while with her father, Mitchell Delashmitt in June 2003. Further investigation showed that she had been raped and murdered. During his trial in McMinn County, Tenn., there was a dispute about if the police legally obtained a confession. Delashmitt admitted to raping and murdering Angel but because he was intoxicated and when he asked for an attorney, one was not there when he confessed.
I haven't found out more info on him. His crime and trial predate the internet so....
Originally posted by Blanca Rose
I can't make a judgement on this without more information.
Your source says he made phone calls to the hospital where his ex-girlfriend worked, it doesn't say he spoke to her.
Maybe he made bomb threats, which isn't cool to a hospital full of sick people.
On July 7, 1989, someone called the Dominguez Hills Medical Center, where Dr. Cochrane worked, and told a security employee, Dale Smith, that there was a bomb in the hospital and that the hospital must be evacuated within fifteen minutes. The director of facilities and services, James Spinelli, testified that he received two phone calls related to the bomb threat, in the first of which the caller claimed to be an FBI agent, validating the bomb threat and ordering that the emergency room and the lobby be evacuated. In response, Spinelli had the emergency room closed and ambulances and paramedics routed to other hospitals. Spinelli tape recorded the next call, and Cochrane identified the voice of the caller as Morrison when the tape was introduced as evidence at Morrison's trial. In that call, Morrison ordered Spinelli to evacuate the first two floors, as the emergency room was on the first floor. Upon search of the hospital, no bomb was found.