The coroner has ruled the death Monday of 50-year-old Michael Thomas Graham, AKA Mike Thomas, AKA Dana Young, AKA Dallas Barger, AKA Michael Hernandez, AKA Michael Lewis, AKA Alanis Quinn, AKA Marc Davidson was a homicide. Autopsy results determined that the San Luis Obispo resident, who was in his third month of a two-year sentence for failure to register as a sex offender after serving an undetermined amount of time previously for “attempted lewd or lascivious acts with a child under 14 years of age,” was beaten to death.
Charges against Son, who was being held at the transitional facility temporarily while officials determined where he was to serve out his life sentence for felony kidnapping and torture in relation to a 1990 gang rape he was the ringleader of, are pending, we are told. It is unclear how long the two had shared a cell, but Son, who is better known outside of MMA circles as “Random Task” from the 1997 movie Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, has since been moved to solitary confinement while he awaits arraignment on charges related to Graham’s murder.
Incidentally, Graham weighed 146 lbs. Son fought as a heavyweight, tilting the scales at 236 lbs while still an active fighter.