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Jurors heard the voice of accused murderer Pamela Phillips for the first time Thursday in a series of phone conversations the Aspen socialite had with her onetime boyfriend, convicted hit man Ron Young.
Phillips is accused in her former husband's 1996 car-bomb death.
Young recorded the conversations after their relationship soured. The exchanges between Phillips and Young start out sweet but grow increasingly desperate.
“You know, I’m just aggravated … just leave me alone. Just leave me alone,” Phillips says in one recording played in court Thursday.
“I’m bothering you?” Young responds.
“Right now you are," Phillips says. "I’ve got to go. I got kids down at the pool. I have to be back for company at 4.”
“Well, you bothered me for some help, so you could get rich,” Young tells her.
“Leave me alone. Goodbye,” she says.
On another recording, Phillips and Young bicker.
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