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Joseph Son - AUSTIN POWERS - Handwritten Letter and Envelope


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Son pleaded guilty to felony vandalism in 2008 and was placed on probation. As a condition of his plea agreement, Son was required to provide a DNA sample. In 2008, the DNA sample was linked to a 1990 gang rape. Already in custody for a probation violation, Son was arrested at the Theo Lacy facility on October 7, 2008.

In October 2008, Son was charged by California authorities in relation to his participation in a 1990 gang rape. He was initially charged in Orange County, California, with five counts of rape, two felony counts of forcible sodomy, two felony counts of sodomy in concert by force, seven felony counts of forcible oral copulation, and one felony count of sexual penetration by foreign object by force. He faced a maximum sentence of 275 years to life if convicted.

Son and an accomplice tortured and repeatedly raped the victim before releasing her with her underwear tied around her eyes. During the trial the woman said Son told her: 'It's Christmas. This is your lucky day.

One page (front and back) handwritten letter from Son on steno sized paper.. Letter is general content and is signed JOESON. Original matching handwritten envelope is included. Son items are very rare on the true crime market and we have not seen any others circulating.

Son is best known for his role in the 1997 blockbuster movie, Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, as Random Task, a parody of the James Bond character Oddjob. Son has also appeared in several other movies, including the first two Shootfighter-films, Bloodfist V: Human Target and a leading part as the main villain in the Lorenzo Lamas-actioner, Viper (aka Bad Blood) from 1994.

Son from Austin Powers: (Photo NOT included)

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