Joel Brodksy Doesn’t Get Involved in Drew’s Personal Life…Unless There’s Dancing and Food.

Joel Drew Mancow at House of Blues - Parody
February 10, 2009
BY MICHAEL SNEED Sun-Times Columnist

The Peterson file …
Dine, Dance & Pray: Sneed hears Drew Peterson, whose fourth wife has disappeared and whose third wife’s death was ruled a homicide, has been spending quality time with WLS radio’s Mancow Muller.

• • Translation: Peterson was spotted spooling at La Scarola eatery Friday night and dancing backstage to “Cowboy Mouth” at the House of Blues with his attorney, Joel Brodsky — and Muller, who had Peterson as a guest on his WLS-AM radio show last Tuesday.

• • Pew news: Sneed also hears reports Peterson and his four children attended City Church, 700 N. Green St., with Muller, where Pastor Kent Munsey sermonized on forgiveness.

• • Sidenote: Word is reporter Amy Jacobson, a WLS radio contributor who also questioned Peterson on the Mancow show, was also invited to dinner, but kindly passed!

Read Michael Sneed’s complete column from today

~Thanks for the tip, WomenScorned!

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19 thoughts on “Joel Brodksy Doesn’t Get Involved in Drew’s Personal Life…Unless There’s Dancing and Food.

  1. WomenScornedPostedon4M‘s comments brought from the other thread:

    re: sermonized on forgiveness…….

    “Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do.” ~ Luke 23 ~

    re: …dancing backstage to “Cowboy Mouth” at the House of Blues with his attorney, Joel Brodsky …….

    I hope someone got video of that…… think Elaine thumb dance – Seinfeld.

    re: Amy Jacobson……….
    That’s all she needed, while attempting to repair her reputation.

  2. Sorry, but I think if he does go, he’ll be cruising for “little girls” during punch & cookies after the service…

  3. CoffeeCity, I’d like to see him try to trawl the combination kickboxing/bible classes for women held at that church.

  4. Hiya Coffee!

    Well, he’s got to find some character witnesses somewhere.

    Timing is everything. He needs to know them long enough to become acquainted and witness him doing a good deed, but not so long he manages to blow it with creepy words or deeds. Narrow window.

    Kitty Savio’s Estate reopening, coming right up!

  5. …and practical to keep womenfolk safe from would be penitents, while welcoming them with righteousness at the same time. :-) Empowerment with Grace

  6. For those who can stand to listen to Dana Pretzer and/or Joel, actually Van Zandt looks like he might be the most interesting…

    The Dana Pretzer Show On Scared Monkeys Radio
    Listen LIVE Tonight at 9PM Eastern

    Guests Discuss Media Influence, And We Learn About The Beginning Over Foundation

    This week, Dana welcomes his guests:

    Joel Brodsky, attorney for Drew Peterson, discusses the alleged engagement PR stunt

    Heidi Markow introduces us to the Beginning Over Foundation

    Dr. Clint Van Zandt discusses Drew Peterson, Rod Blagojevich and Henry VIII

    http://scaredmonkeys.com/

    Van Zandt’s web site: http://www.threatlink.com/main.asp

  7. Thanks facs. I could listen to Van Zandt all day. Why the heck is JB still talking about the engagement? yawn

  8. @ #11 bucketoftea Says:
    …Why the heck is JB still talking about the engagement? yawn
    *********
    Let’s see…. what else to talk about?… Um, DP’s fiance left the house in a Rescue Operation by her father?… DP gets uglier by the day?… DP killed his last two wives?… He’s got kind of limited choices… BUT, I’m with you, Bucket… yawn…

  9. If anyone is interested here is the link to the actual appellate court ruling:

    http://www.state.il.us/court/Opinions/AppellateCourt/2009/3rdDistrict/February/3080294.pdf

    Interesting tidbits from it:

    Regardless of the family’s suspicions prior to that time, it was only after the additional autopsies were done, that Savio’s family had any legal or proper factual support for a possible wrongful death claim.

    The order showed that Carrol appeared in the divorce proceeding on behalf of the estate and essentially agreed to transfer all of Savio’s interest in the marital property to Peterson individually. Regardless of whether we classify that action as mismanagement or other good cause, it would certainly provide a sufficient basis for removal of Carrol as executor.

    Even from an objective standpoint, we can think of no just or fair reason why Carrol, as executor of the estate, would relinquish all of Savio’s interest in the marital property to Peterson individually.
    That action was arguably contrary to the best interests of the estate and its beneficiaries and justifies the trial court’s decision.

    We are not persuaded that the decision in In re Estate of Cage, 381 Ill. App. 3d 110, 885 N.E.2d 477 (2008), cited by Peterson and Carrol, requires a different result in the present case. In
    Cage, the First District Appellate Court held that the mother of the decedent’s children, acting as the guardian of the children, had a higher statutory preference than decedent’s sister to nominate an administrator and could nominate herself as the administrator of the decedent’s estate. Cage, 381
    Ill. App. 3d at 113-15, 885 N.E.2d at 479-80. The facts of Cage are readily distinguishable from the facts of the present case in that the children’s guardian in Cage was not also a likely defendant in a possible wrongful death suit resulting from the decedent’s death.

  10. No problem. I like reading the whole thing rather than relying on just what is reported in the papers. :)

  11. Me too. That’s why I like to see raw video and read transcripts.

    Thanks for extracting those nuggets!

    BTW, I copied the PDF to my scribd account.

  12. The facts of Cage are readily distinguishable from the facts of the present case in that the children’s guardian in Cage was not also a likely defendant in a possible wrongful death suit resulting from the decedent’s death.

    No freakin’ kidding!!!

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