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Drew Peterson by mrsteabag on 21 May 2009 7:03pm
 
Recapping the story on the other headline hogging miscreant in Chicagoland: He's an ex-cop whose 4th wife, Stacy, has been missing for 18 months. He's stuck to his story that she ran off with another man and took nothing but a passport and a bikini. Two weeks ago he was indicted on charges of first degree murder in the death of his 3rd wife, Kathleen. (He's divorced from wives 1 and 2.) His defence lawyer has been on national tv many times in the last year and a half to plead his case in the court of public opinion. They've hired a PR firm, the same one that represents ex-Gov. B.
Well, yesterday a badly decomposed body and a blue barrel (Peterson's step brother, who has a history of mental illness and other issues, was given immunity to testify that he may have unwittingly helped dispose of Stacy's remains) were found in a river in the southern part of the county where Peterson resides. The state police, sheriff's department, coroner, and state's attorney are all being tight -lipped about it. Preliminary autopsy results and possible ID are expected later today or tomorrow.
 
Re: Drew Peterson by mrsthing on 22 May 2009 7:15pm
 
He has an evil-looking face! I bet the prosecution will be all over his step-brother's mental illness. Even if those are Stacy's remains, they'll say the step-brother acted alone, or that he helped someone else.
 
Re: Drew Peterson by mrsteabag on 23 May 2009 2:22am
 
The stepbrother was given immunity in exchange for his testimony to a grand jury investigating Stacy's disapperance. :).
Today's updates: the new judge is a woman who refused to lower the $20M bail, and someone contacted the state's attorney's office alledging that Peterson approached him about about a contract on one of the now deceased wives. That slapped some of the smug off his nasty kisser.
 
Re: Drew Peterson by kazzzz on 23 May 2009 2:52am
 
Sounds horrible. What a world eh?

My friend's uncle was convicted of murdering his wife 20 years after the fact. The body had been dumped in a barrel and submerged in a river, they used advanced DNA 20 years later and found blood on a piece of fabric (the body had long gone), they found his, his girlfriend's and the wive's. He's in jail now for 18 years.
 
Re: Drew Peterson by peripatetically on 23 May 2009 2:54pm
 
18 yrs. isn't enough.
 
Re: Drew Peterson by kazzzz on 23 May 2009 3:02pm
 
No it isn't. He gets out on 2 years.
 
Re: Drew Peterson by mrsteabag on 24 May 2009 1:50am
 
OMG, Kaz....that's...I can't find the words. What goes on in some people's minds is beyond me. I used to be an addictions councelor at a local center. After what some of my clients went through, and some of the behavior they engaged in, nothing surprises me anymore. Shocks, yes, but not surprises.
 
Re: Drew Peterson by tucsonmike on 25 May 2009 6:38pm
 
Then Dr. Phil had Drew Peterson on. That is an ongoing sick story.
 
Re: Drew Peterson by sighthound on 25 May 2009 8:11pm
 
Dr. Phil is an ongoing sick story, a total charlatan.
 
Re: Drew Peterson by kazzzz on 25 May 2009 11:29pm
 
I'm with you there 100% Geraldine. He uses the same formulas for everyone, and people hang on his every word. My Aunt almost lives her live by his 'advice'.
I feel the saem way about the likes of Jerry Springer and shows like that, utter muckrakers making a living out of other people's misery. There's a Jerry Springer series here on Foxtel, the really bad episodes, and you have to pay EXTRA on your package to see them, as if the're a sporting event or something. It's unbeleivable, these shows are banned from my house, too much negative energy.
I question as to whether they're even real, or are they scripted? Do the 'guests' get paid to appear? You couldn't pay me enough to appear on a show like that.
 
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