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    Peeves me off that more money is going to be spent on this hideous murderer.

    No wonder courts are backed up.

    Here a guy murdered another man and a judge deemed that the preparation had gone on long enough and the murderer's rights had been violated for spending 4 yrs in jail without trial. She let him off and he is free. She wanted to make a statement that the courts move too slow.

    Now the family has to live with their son dead and the guy that was caught doing it is free.

    BTW the case took so long because the murderer changed lawyers multiple times.

    So a precedent is set. Prosecutors have filed a appeal.

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    Drew Peterson’s son says father ‘probably’ killed 2 wives
    08:27AM, FEBRUARY 2, 2017

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    Drew Peterson's son says his dad probably killed both his third and fourth wives.

    Drew Peterson, a former Bolingbrook police sergeant, is serving a 38-year prison sentence for killing Kathleen Savio and he remains a suspect in the disappearance of his next wife, Stacy. Drew has not been charged in connection to Stacy's disappearance.

    Stephen Peterson, 37, tells the Chicago Tribune he believes his dad "probably" killed Savio, and he's come to believe he killed Stacy Peterson, as well.

    "Over time, you hear enough (from police). They can't all be full of s---," Stephen said. "I don't want to come out and say he did it ... but, I'm sure he did it."

    Stephen says he does not know the details of what happened to Stacy, and that his dad still maintains his innocence to him.

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    I never thought I would hear those words from Drew's son Stephen. It's about time he realized that his father is a murderer.
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    Drew Peterson no longer in state custody, IDOC*says
    Posted 1:00 PM, February 21, 2017, by Ben Bradley and WGN Web Desk,
    Updated at 01:19PM, February 21, 2017

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    The Illinois Department of Corrections tells WGN Investigates that Drew Peterson is no longer in its custody.
    “Drew Peterson has been transferred out of IDOC custody,” corrections spokesperson Nicole Wilson told WGN.

    IDOC did not immediately respond to follow-up questions about Peterson’s current location or whether he was transferred to federal authorities.
    Drew Peterson was serving a 38-year sentence at the Menard Correctional Center in downstate Illinois for the murder of his third wife Kathleen Savio.
    Last year, Peterson was also convicted of plotting to murder the prosecutor who put him in prison, Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow. That conviction carries with it an additional 40-year prison term.
    The disappearance of Peterson’s fourth wife, Stacy Peterson, remains unsolved.

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    BREAKING: Illinois Department of Corrections says Drew Peterson has been "transferred out of IDOC custody."


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    I hope he went to HELL and they can't find him EVER!!!!

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    He has been found like a bad penney>>

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    #DrewPeterson - BREAKING: FOUND HIM. Drew Peterson moved to Joliet, no longer in IDOC custody

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunny47 [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    He has been found like a bad penney>>

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    #DrewPeterson - BREAKING: FOUND HIM. Drew Peterson moved to Joliet, no longer in IDOC custody

    Sheesh! Thought the MFer escaped! LOL

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    Hmmm?? Seems like ole Drew has been moved once gain this time~~ Indiana

    IDOC: Drew Peterson now in federal custody

    Feb 21 2017 03:56PM CST

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    FOX 32 NEWS - Ex-cop and convicted wife-killer Drew Peterson was transferred from the Illinois Department of Corrections to federal custody on Tuesday, according to IDOC*officials.
    Peterson is now being held at the United States Penitentiary in Terre Haute, Indiana.
    IDOC*officials said Peterson was transferred into federal custody Tuesday evening after it was initially being reported he was out of state custody for several hours.

    For safety and security purposes, the IDOC does not discuss details concerning the placement of offenders who are transferred under the terms of the Interstate Compact Agreement," an IDOC spokesman said via email.
    Peterson was serving out a lifetime sentence at*Menard Correctional Center in Randolph County, Ill.
    A former Bolingbrook police officer, Peterson was sentenced to 38 years in prison in 2013 for killing his third wife, Kathleen Savio. Peterson was sentenced to 40 more years in prison in July 2016 for trying to arrange the murder of a Will County state's attorney

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunny47 [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Hmmm?? Seems like ole Drew has been moved once gain this time~~ Indiana

    IDOC: Drew Peterson now in federal custody

    Feb 21 2017 03:56PM CST

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    FOX 32 NEWS - Ex-cop and convicted wife-killer Drew Peterson was transferred from the Illinois Department of Corrections to federal custody on Tuesday, according to IDOC*officials.
    Peterson is now being held at the United States Penitentiary in Terre Haute, Indiana.
    IDOC*officials said Peterson was transferred into federal custody Tuesday evening after it was initially being reported he was out of state custody for several hours.

    For safety and security purposes, the IDOC does not discuss details concerning the placement of offenders who are transferred under the terms of the Interstate Compact Agreement," an IDOC spokesman said via email.
    Peterson was serving out a lifetime sentence at*Menard Correctional Center in Randolph County, Ill.
    A former Bolingbrook police officer, Peterson was sentenced to 38 years in prison in 2013 for killing his third wife, Kathleen Savio. Peterson was sentenced to 40 more years in prison in July 2016 for trying to arrange the murder of a Will County state's attorney
    Why was DP moved out of state custody into federal custody? I thought he had to finish his lifetime sentence in state custody. I don't get this.
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    Why was DP moved out of state custody into federal custody? I thought he had to finish his lifetime sentence in state custody. I don't get this.
    Perhaps he's up to no good again.

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    Peterson was taken to the Northern Reception Center in Joliet before being transferred to the federal correction center in Terre Haute where he has been assigned the U.S. prisoner I.D. number of 07018-748.

    "It is unusual by its very nature, you try to do it quietly but obviously this has gotten out," said former federal prosecutor Jeff Cramer.

    Cramer told the I-Team that the transfer is the result of something serious. State officials said security concerns prohibited them from giving out details, and a security threat of some kind seems to be the most likely cause for the transfer, after eliminating everything else that might have prompted it.

    "They wouldn't transfer him for medical treatment. They wouldn't transfer him for a disciplinary problem. They didn't transfer him because he's an informant, because he's not. They didn't transfer him because he has federal charges, because he doesn't. So I have no idea why they transferred him. Maybe they think he's a good farmer, so they transferred him to Terre Haute, Indiana," said Steve Greenberg, Peterson's attorney.

    Cramer said there are only a few reasons a state prisoner would be moved into federal custody.

    "Now that happens when there's a federal charge. The feds will take you out of local and bring you into their system, and that case plays itself out. There's no indication now, and I'm not sure what it could be, that there will be a federal charge against Mr. Peterson," Cramer said.

    Federal officials and Peterson's lawyer said there are no pending federal charges against him.
    The move came as a complete surprise to Illinois authorities outside the prison system. Illinois State Police, Bolingbrook police and Will County officials did not know about the transfer until informed by ABC 7. Even Greenberg was unaware until the I-Team called, and he spoke with Peterson by phone 10 days ago about appeal matters.

    Peterson is serving 38 years at Menard Correctional Center in downstate Chester, Ill., for the 2004 killing of his third wife, Kathleen Savio. Tuesday marks the fourth anniversary of his conviction. Forty years were added to his sentence because he tried to put a hit on the Will County state's attorney who got him convicted, James Glasgow.

    Glasgow did not have a comment on the move and said he was not informed of it. Neither were his son, Stephen, or any relatives of his fourth wife, Stacey Peterson.


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    A source says the reason he was moved to federal custody was to prevent another potential murder-for-hire plot.

    The former Bolingbrook police officer is convicted of killing his third wife Kathleen Savio and attempting to hire a fellow inmate as a hitman to kill Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow, the same man who prosecuted him in Savio’s death.

    Peterson was sentenced to 38 years for her murder and to 40 years of the murder-for-hire plot. Peterson, 63 years old, will now continue to serve the same sentence, but just in federal custody in Indiana.

    Sources close to the story tell FOX 32 his transfer to the high-security United States Penitentiary has nothing to do with any current state or federal investigations.

    FOX 32 has learned it is simply to move Peterson out of his surroundings, in hopes of preemptively stopping him from trying to hire another hitman. Our source tells FOX 32 that IDOC officials are not aware of Peterson being involved in another murder-for-hire plot.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mykittysmama [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Why was DP moved out of state custody into federal custody? I thought he had to finish his lifetime sentence in state custody. I don't get this.
    I have been thinking about Drupy for 2 days now and why he was moved. I think it was pressure from James Glascow States Attorney he tried have killed. Bad blood between Joliet PD and Drew Peterson I lived about 20 miles away from Joliet and that is what the rumblings are here too. Since his Son no has his children why would he stay here. NO ONE WILL MISS HIM I Guarntee you !!

    "Drew Peterson has been transferred out of IDOC custody. For safety and security purposes, the IDOC does not discuss details concerning the placement of offenders who are transferred under the terms of the Interstate Compact Agreement."
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    IDOC saw Drew Peterson as ‘a threat to safety and*security’
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    Drew Peterson out of its prison system because he is a former cop who tried to have Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow killed.
    That was the reason given by the Illinois Department of Corrections in an Oct. 5, 2016, memo obtained by the Chicago Sun-Times seeking a transfer for the notorious wife killer. Written by IDOC acting manager Doug Stephens, it noted that it is “imperative” that Peterson “be continually monitored through his mail as well as telephone conversations.”
    “Peterson is a threat to safety and security of the department,” Stephens wrote.



    Peterson, a former Bolingbrook police sergeant, landed in a federal prison in Terre Haute more than two weeks ago. The sudden transfer has only now been explained by the release of the IDOC records. Even Peterson’s attorney claimed to be in the dark until now. But the IDOC records indicate the 63-year-old’s transfer had been in the works for at least four months, and he was designated to the Terre Haute prison about a month ago.
    One email sent Feb. 16 by IDOC assignment coordinator Kathy Greer noted that information regarding Peterson’s move out of Menard Correctional Center “should be treated as highly confidential and limited to only staff needed to complete this transfer.” In another email, Greer asked the Menard warden to “please involve minimal staff in this as it is confidential.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunny47 [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
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    IDOC saw Drew Peterson as ‘a threat to safety and*security’
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    Drew Peterson out of its prison system because he is a former cop who tried to have Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow killed.
    That was the reason given by the Illinois Department of Corrections in an Oct. 5, 2016, memo obtained by the Chicago Sun-Times seeking a transfer for the notorious wife killer. Written by IDOC acting manager Doug Stephens, it noted that it is “imperative” that Peterson “be continually monitored through his mail as well as telephone conversations.”
    “Peterson is a threat to safety and security of the department,” Stephens wrote.



    Peterson, a former Bolingbrook police sergeant, landed in a federal prison in Terre Haute more than two weeks ago. The sudden transfer has only now been explained by the release of the IDOC records. Even Peterson’s attorney claimed to be in the dark until now. But the IDOC records indicate the 63-year-old’s transfer had been in the works for at least four months, and he was designated to the Terre Haute prison about a month ago.
    One email sent Feb. 16 by IDOC assignment coordinator Kathy Greer noted that information regarding Peterson’s move out of Menard Correctional Center “should be treated as highly confidential and limited to only staff needed to complete this transfer.” In another email, Greer asked the Menard warden to “please involve minimal staff in this as it is confidential.”
    This move still makes little sense to me as Terre Haute is closer to Bolingbrook than Chester. I lived in Chester as a child and Menard Hospital was for the criminally insane and the building was right out of a horror movie. A good place for a hateful loon like Peterson.

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    Transfer of Drew Peterson to Federal Prison Explained

    A memo says Illinois prison officials wanted Drew Peterson transferred to a federal prison because the former suburban police officer convicted of killing his third wife and plotting to kill the prosecutor posed a danger to the prison.

    March 9, 2017, at 4:10 p.m.

    CHICAGO (AP) — A memo says Illinois prison officials wanted Drew Peterson transferred to a federal prison because the former suburban police officer convicted of killing his third wife and plotting to kill the prosecutor posed a danger to the prison.

    The Chicago Sun-Times ([Only registered and activated users can see links. ] ) reports it obtained a memo in which an official said Peterson was a "threat to safety and security of the department." The official recommended monitoring Peterson's mail and phone calls. Peterson was transferred last month from the Menard Correctional Center in Illinois to a federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana.

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    Federal Inmate Attacks Drew Peterson With Food Tray: Source

    April 11, 2017

    (CBS) —A source tells WBBM that Drew Peterson was attacked in federal prison – and that the motivation for the attack was to get some of Peterson’s belongings and sell them on eBay.

    Drew Peterson was attacked with a food tray at the federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana, a source tells WBBM.

    He was apparently not badly hurt and has been transferred to another area of the prison.

    The source says the reason for the attack was this: An inmate wanted to get access to some of Peterson’s belongings and smuggle them out to the inmate’s family, who would then sell them on eBay.

    Peterson’s lawyer had no comment.

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    Looks like the Karma train is starting to roll...


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    Drew Peterson's wife missing 10 years: All that's happened since
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    From early on in his wife Stacy’s disappearance, Drew Peterson passed himself off as a devil-may-care serial marriage victim, unfairly suspected in the death of one wife and the disappearance of another

    Stacy Peterson has now been gone for 10 years — she was last seen on Oct. 28, 2007, and reported missing the following day — and by now even Peterson’s son Stephen Peterson has admitted that his father’s joking attitude is “not funny anymore.”

    Even early supporters like his son came to believe that there was no good explanation for the disappearance of Stacy, Drew’s fourth wife, and the passing of his third wife, Kathleen Savio, who was found dead in a bathtub in 2004
    Authorities took a new look at Savio’s death after Stacy Peterson disappeared. A jury eventually convicted Drew Peterson of Savio’s murder, and he was sentenced to 38 years in prison.

    Much has happened in the case even since then, with a recent Illinois Supreme Court decision upholding his conviction

    In between, Peterson was also found guilty of trying to arrange a hit on Will County’s top prosecutor, adding 40 years to his prison sentence.
    As the story unfolded with one bizarre twist after another, Peterson became an infamous national figure who seemed to enjoy the attention he was getting even as he repeatedly proclaimed his innocence. While being sentenced for Savio’s murder, he interrupted proceedings with the outburst: “ I did not kill Kathleen!”

    To mark the 10th anniversary of Stacy Peterson’s disappearance, her family planned to gather with friends and family at 2 p.m. Sunday to celebrate her life and raise funds for Team Watters Sonar, a nonprofit volunteer group based outside St. Louis that conducts water searches and recoveries and has assisted in the search for Stacy Peterson, her sister said. Tickets are $15, and the event takes place at the Levy Center in Bolingbrook

    Stacy Peterson’s sister Cassandra Cales, a 32-year-old single mother, says she accepted from the beginning that her sister was murdered, but has never given up trying to find her.
    “I’m still not stopping,” Cales said. “My search will continue until I get the answers and bring Stacy home.”

    She wants to keep Stacy in the news so that someone who knows something about what happened to her will come forward.
    As the case became a national scandal — even spawning a TV movie starring Rob Lowe as Drew Peterson — each person closely involved has had their lives altered forever

    Stacy Peterson
    Stacy Peterson was just 23 when she disappeared, 30 years younger than her husband. They had two children together who are now adolescents. She also adopted Drew Peterson’s two children with Savio; they are now young adults.
    By all accounts, she was in love with Drew when they married. But he soon grew controlling, not letting her talk to her friends, pressuring her to get breast implants and constantly suspecting her of cheating, Cales said. Stacy disappeared the day before she was going to see a divorce attorney

    Illinois State Police named Drew Peterson a suspect in Stacy's disappearance, which remains an active investigation, but he has never been charged in the case, and she has never been found

    Cales said much of her extended family will fly in for the memorial Sunday. She said she still get tips about Stacy that she shares with police, but she said she is frustrated that they won’t share any of the details of their investigation with her, citing confidentiality

    It’s just so frustrating,” she said. “The law needs to change.”

    Drew Peterson
    Peterson, a former Bolingbrook police sergeant, called Menard Correctional Center, where he was held, a “living hell.” Earlier this year, prison officials had him transferred to a federal prison in Indiana after determining that he was a threat because of the murder-for-hire plot.

    In April, he was attacked by another prisoner with a food tray in the chow hall but was not seriously injured, sources said. His son has told the Tribune that, on the phone, Drew remains in good spirits, despite having previously said in court that he was suicidal in prison

    He is eligible for parole in 2081.

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    Drew Peterson asks Illinois Supreme Court to reconsider murder conviction
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    Attorneys for disgraced former Bolingbrook police officer Drew Peterson asked the Illinois Supreme Court on Thursday to reconsider its decision to uphold his conviction for the drowning murder of his third wife.

    In September, the Supreme Court unanimously found that hearsay testimony from Kathleen Savio, Peterson’s third wife, as well as missing fourth wife Stacy Peterson did not violate his constitutional rights because of evidence Peterson killed them to prevent their testimony

    Peterson, 63, is serving a 38-year prison sentence for Savio’s 2004 murder. He must still serve 40 additional years after being convicted of plotting to kill Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow who put him behind bars.
    The petition filed Thursday by Peterson’s attorneys is rarely successful. His attorneys have said they “likely” will seek to appeal the ruling to the U.S. Supreme Court

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    Drew Peterson's wife missing 10 years
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    From early on in his wife Stacy’s disappearance, Drew Peterson passed himself off as a devil-may-care serial marriage victim, unfairly suspected in the death of one wife and the disappearance of another
    Stacy Peterson has now been gone for 10 years — she was last seen on Oct. 28, 2007, and reported missing the following day — and by now even Peterson’s son Stephen Peterson has admitted that his father’s joking attitude is “not funny anymore.”

    Even early supporters like his son came to believe that there was no good explanation for the disappearance of Stacy, Drew’s fourth wife, and the passing of his third wife, Kathleen Savio, who was found dead in a bathtub in 2004.

    Authorities took a new look at Savio’s death after Stacy Peterson disappeared. A jury eventually convicted Drew Peterson of Savio’s murder, and he was sentenced to 38 years in prison.
    Much has happened in the case even since then, with a recent Illinois Supreme Court decision upholding his conviction.
    In between, Peterson was also found guilty of trying to arrange a hit on Will County’s top prosecutor, adding 40 years to his prison sentence.

    To mark the 10th anniversary of Stacy Peterson’s disappearance, her family planned to gather with friends and family at 2 p.m. Sunday to celebrate her life and raise funds for Team Watters Sonar, a nonprofit volunteer group based outside St. Louis that conducts water searches and recoveries and has assisted in the search for Stacy Peterson, her sister said. Tickets are $15, and the event takes place at the Levy Center in Bolingbrook.
    Stacy Peterson’s sister Cassandra Cales, a 32-year-old single mother, says she accepted from the beginning that her sister was murdered, but has never given up trying to find her.
    “I’m still not stopping,” Cales said. “My search will continue until I get the answers and bring Stacy home.”

    She wants to keep Stacy in the news so that someone who knows something about what happened to her will come forward.

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    Dr Phil reran his interview with good 'ol Drew on OWN. The morning block is his there and most of them are reruns of his older shows. Some of the current shows are rerun as well.
    I know he's not everybody's fave, but I like him, most of the time.
    Anyway, it was of course more about Sracy's disappearance, they hadn't gotten to Kathleen yet.
    I was flitting in and out and thinking about how he was then, the arrogance, the lies and denial were so evident watching him from then. Interesting. And the FBI poly guy, Jack Trimarco did a a poly, Drew showed deception. Then he and Brodsky got in a tiff about who did the poly's for Brodsky. The two that Drew took and passed. JT didn't recognize the poly operator or his company and wouldn't count him as a reliable expert. Brodsky was pissed...went to commercial. Dang. Lol
    BTW~ Dr Phil didn't believe him and told him so.

    The point of this post is now I understand why that particular show was on.
    Ten years. It doesn't seem that long ago.
    I've been thinking for a long while she'll never be found.
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    Especially if she was put into a barrel with cement and dumped in Lake Michigan.
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    Illinois court again upholds Drew Peterson murder conviction
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    The Illinois Supreme Court has again upheld the murder conviction of former Chicago-area police officer Drew Peterson in the 2004 drowning death of his third wife.
    The court on Friday upheld its September decision rejecting the argument from Peterson's attorneys that it was improper to use hearsay testimony to convict Peterson in 2012. Peterson's attorneys in November asked the high court to reconsider.
    Peterson's attorney, Steven Greenberg, said Friday that they would "keep on appealing."
    The 64-year-old Peterson, a former Bolingbrook police officer, is serving a 38-year sentence for Kathleen Savio's death and another 40-year sentence after being convicted of plotting to kill the prosecutor in the case. Peterson is also a suspect in the 2007 disappearance of his fourth wife, Stacy Peterson, but has not been charged.

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    Illinois court again upholds Drew Peterson murder conviction
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    The Illinois Supreme Court has again upheld the murder conviction of former Chicago-area police officer Drew Peterson in the 2004 drowning death of his third wife.
    The court on Friday upheld its September decision rejecting the argument from Peterson's attorneys that it was improper to use hearsay testimony to convict Peterson in 2012. Peterson's attorneys in November asked the high court to reconsider.
    Peterson's attorney, Steven Greenberg, said Friday that they would "keep on appealing."
    The 64-year-old Peterson, a former Bolingbrook police officer, is serving a 38-year sentence for Kathleen Savio's death and another 40-year sentence after being convicted of plotting to kill the prosecutor in the case. Peterson is also a suspect in the 2007 disappearance of his fourth wife, Stacy Peterson, but has not been charged.
    Thank God and amen!

    And thanks for the updates, Sunny !

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    BOMBSHELL: Drew Peterson’s former lawyer says he knows what happened to missing Stacy Peterson but refuses to tell
    April 6, 2018

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    Top legal analysts Nancy Grace and Dan Abrams kicked off their second episode of “Grace vs. Abrams” on Thursday night with a look into the Drew Peterson case. They were joined by Peterson’s former defense attorney who refused to divulge information his client told him that could possibly lead to the whereabouts of Peterson’s missing wife.
    Drew Peterson is behind bars for the death of his third wife, Kathleen Savio, but his fourth wife, Stacy Peterson, remains missing. It’s widely speculated that Peterson likely murdered his fourth wife, although he’s never been charged with the crime. Peterson’s former lawyer, Joel Brodsky, appeared on “Grace vs. Abrams” and made the shocking claim that although Peterson told him information about Stacy, he wouldn’t be sharing it as he has an obligation under attorney/client privilege.
    Abrams (to Brodsky): “So you know where the body is?”
    Grace (to Brodsky): “You know where the body is. You said you know where the body is.”

    Brodsky: “I said I knew what happened.”
    Grace: “So what happened?”
    Brodsky: “I can’t say.”
    Abrams: “So wait…If you can’t say then that definitely means that Drew Peterson wasn’t telling the truth when he says that Stacy left with some other guy. Then you would know that, right? I mean if she left with another guy….”

    Grace: “You’d be able to divulge that.”
    Abrams: “Yeah! You’d be able to tell us she left with another guy.”
    Brodsky: “Well I can’t say what my client told me. That’s privilege.”
    Grace and Abram’s also called Brodsky out for a statement made in 2012 after Stacy Peterson disappeared; he joked with fellow attorneys during a press conference, claiming that Stacy was still alive, albeit a “no show” at her husband’s court hearing.

    Brodsky admitted that he wouldn’t defend Peterson again and indicated he was likely “conned” by the convict in some ways. He also acknowledged that his comments regarding Stacy during the press conference were in bad taste.

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    Drew Peterson asks U.S. Supreme Court to hear appeal of murder conviction in 3rd wife's death
    JUne 19, 2018

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    Drew Peterson is taking his case to the nation’s highest court as the former Bolingbrook police officer seeks to undo his murder conviction for the death of his third wife.
    The Illinois Supreme Court has twice rejected Peterson’s request for a new trial for the murder of his ex-wife Kathleen Savio, whose death was re-examined after Peterson’s fourth wife, Stacy, went missing in 2007.
    On Monday, Peterson’s attorney Steve Greenberg filed a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court, asking it to review the decision of the state’s high court.
    In Greenberg’s 38-page filing, he alleges, among other claims, that the use of hearsay testimony — statements that Savio made to family members and in a written statement to police before she died, and statements Stacy Peterson made to her pastor and a divorce lawyer before her disappearance — should never have been allowed.

    The filing also questioned the legality of allowing divorce attorney Harry Smith to testify at trial about a telephone call in which Stacy Peterson indicated Drew Peterson had killed Savio.
    Last September, the Illinois Supreme Court unanimously found that the hearsay testimony did not violate Peterson’s constitutional rights. The court declined to rehear his appeal of that decision in January, reissuing its earlier ruling, which also rejected his arguments that he received ineffective legal representation.
    Monday’s filing represents a last shot at having his murder conviction overturned. The former police sergeant has maintained his innocence.
    Though she’s presumed dead, Stacy Peterson’s remains have never been located and no one has been charged in connection with her disappearance

    Peterson, who was already serving a 38-year sentence for killing Savio, was sentenced to 40 years for the murder-for-hire plot. Peterson, 64, is not eligible for parole until 2081.
    If the petition is successful, the Supreme Court would allow for briefings and oral arguments on the issues raised in Peterson’s filing.

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    Oh, puh-lease!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maryjane [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Oh, puh-lease!
    (((HUGS MJ))))

    This SOB should never be free EVER!!!

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    US Supreme Court declines to hear Drew Peterson’s appeal
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    The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear former Chicago-area police officer Drew Peterson’s appeal of his murder conviction in the drowning death of his third wife.
    The Chicago Sun-Times reports the high court refused Monday to take up Peterson’s bid to have his murder conviction overturned. His appeal request was filed in June.
    The 64-year-old Peterson, a former Bolingbrook police officer, is serving a 38-year sentence for Kathleen Savio’s 2004 death and another 40-year sentence after being convicted of plotting to kill the prosecutor in the case.

    The Illinois Supreme Court declined to overturn Peterson’s murder conviction last year .
    Peterson is being held at a federal prison in Indiana. He’s also a suspect in the 2007 disappearance of his fourth wife, Stacy Peterson, but hasn’t been charged.

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    US Supreme Court declines to hear Drew Peterson’s appeal
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    The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear former Chicago-area police officer Drew Peterson’s appeal of his murder conviction in the drowning death of his third wife.
    The Chicago Sun-Times reports the high court refused Monday to take up Peterson’s bid to have his murder conviction overturned. His appeal request was filed in June.
    The 64-year-old Peterson, a former Bolingbrook police officer, is serving a 38-year sentence for Kathleen Savio’s 2004 death and another 40-year sentence after being convicted of plotting to kill the prosecutor in the case.

    The Illinois Supreme Court declined to overturn Peterson’s murder conviction last year .
    Peterson is being held at a federal prison in Indiana. He’s also a suspect in the 2007 disappearance of his fourth wife, Stacy Peterson, but hasn’t been charged.
    Thank goodness!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maryjane [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Thank goodness!
    I had the same thought when I read it too MJ hope he spends the rest of his life behind bars!!!

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