Your Thread – October 28

Here’s a new thread for Tuesday. Below, we’ve copied the statement Drew released through his publicist Glenn Selig, on the one-year anniversary of Stacy’s disappearance.

ThePublicityAgency.com – October 28, 2008
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(PRNewsChannel) / Bolingbrook, Ill. and New York, N.Y. / Responding to reporters’ inquiries seeking comment on the one year anniversary of Stacy Peterson’s disappearance, Drew Peterson released the following statement: “There is not a single day that goes by that I don’t think about Stacy, so to me Tuesday is just another day of her being away. I realize this may be a significant event for the media, but it is not for me or my family. I won’t be participating in any vigils. Instead, I am giving one interview and then I will be far from the media spotlight spending quality time with my kids who need their dad now more than ever.

“For those who are concerned about my children, I thank you. But there’s no need for worry. I am taking good care of them though I have to admit acting as both dad and mom takes a lot of work and patience. My son Thomas is first in his class at one of the largest and finest high schools in Illinois. His brother Chris is also doing exceptionally well in school and is involved in wrestling and other activities. My youngest kids, Anthony and Lacy are too young to be in school but both are happy and healthy and adjusting normally.

“I have consistently and steadfastly maintained that I had nothing to do with Stacy’s disappearance and the death of Kathy Savio, my third wife. I hope that Stacy returns home or reveals herself, and that I am one day cleared of any wrongdoing in both cases. Until then, I remain strong thanks in no small part to my family and especially my kids who believe in their dad.”

Media Note: Drew Peterson is not available for further comment. He is scheduled to make only one media appearance on Tuesday on NBC’s Today show with Matt Lauer and Meredith Vieira.
Web site:
http://www.thepublicityagency.com/drew_peterson.ht

UPDATE: Exactly one year after his wife Stacy disappeared, Drew Peterson gave his only media interview regarding the anniversary to Matt Lauer of NBC’s Today Show. Peterson said he still believes his wife is alive and that she left him for another man. Near the end of the interview, Lauer asked Peterson what he would say to his wife if she were listening. Peterson replied, “Show yourself. Put an end to this nightmare.”

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157 thoughts on “Your Thread – October 28

  1. Good Morning All,

    From what I read above, the children must be in NY as well. Below is his quote from the Joe Hosey article from yesterday,\;

    “I’m not going to be here. I’m going to do some New York show,” said Drew Peterson, the quasi-celebrity, four-time husband, former cop and sole suspect in what the police have called his wife’s “potential homicide.”

    There is no mention of the children. Will going to check into and let you all know what I find out.

  2. This just in:

    A Year After Stacy Peterson Vanished, Husband Calls It ‘Just Another Day’

    Tuesday, October 28, 2008
    By Sara Bonisteel
    FOXNews.com

    It’s been a year since Stacy Peterson disappeared from her suburban Chicago home. And while the rest of her family searches for closure, her husband — named a suspect in her disappearance — says through his publicist that the anniversary is “just another day of her being away.”

    The 23-year-old mother from Bolingbrook, Ill., vanished on Oct. 28 last year, after failing to keep an appointment with her sister. In the months following her disappearance, police named her husband, Drew, as a suspect, and they exhumed the body of his third wife, Kathleen Savio, who initially had been thought to have drowned when her body was found in the family’s empty bathtub.

    A new autopsy concluded that Savio died from a homicide and not, as initially believed, by accidental drowning.

    Click here for photos.

    “I have consistently and steadfastly maintained that I had nothing to do with Stacy’s disappearance and the death of Kathy Savio, my third wife,” Drew Peterson said in a statement released by his publicist. “I hope that Stacy returns home or reveals herself, and that I am one day cleared of any wrongdoings in both cases.”

    Peterson’s family, though, believes Stacy won’t be coming home alive.

    “We’ve always felt that she’s dead,” family spokeswoman Pam Bosco told FOXNews.com. “We just want answers to what actually happened.”

    Peterson, a former sergeant with the Bolingbrook Police Department, began dating Peterson when she was 17. They have two young children, Anthony, 5, and Lacy, 3.

    In the days following Stacy’s disappearance, her sister, Cassandra Cales, told FOX News that the young mother would never leave her children.

    “I wanted to get her out of there — she said she was fearing for her life — and she said she wasn’t going to leave those kids,” Cales said last November.

    As Drew Peterson contended his fourth wife left him for another man, police divers searched a retention pond near the couple’s home for signs of the missing woman. Friends of the Petersons later told state police they had secretly recorded conversations with the former police officer, alleging he mocked investigators as “idiots” following his wife’s disappearance.

    Last week, Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow issued a statement about the Savio and Stacy Peterson cases, indicating that a special grand jury is still weighing evidence in both.

    “I fully expect there to be a resolution in at least one of these investigations in the near future,” Glasgow said.

    Drew Peterson currently faces felony charges in connection to illegal guns found in his home.

    “The shock is a bit worn off, so now you just dealt with the raw reality that she’s gone and she’s never coming back,” Bosco said, adding that the separation from Stacy’s children has made the year that much tougher.

    “We have not had contact with them; he does not allow that,” she said. “That is the connection you had then to Stacy right now, and to lose that is very difficult.”

    Drew Peterson addressed the welfare of his children through the press release. “There’s no need for worry,” he said. “I am taking good care of them though I have to admit acting as both dad and mom takes a lot of work and patience.”

    Stacy Peterson’s family plans to mark Tuesday with a private vigil, Bosco said. Drew Peterson, who said he thinks about Stacy every day, does not plan to attend any vigils; instead, he’ll be on the “Today” show.

    “I am giving one interview and then I will be far from the media spotlight spending quality time with my kids who need their dad now more than ever,” he said.

    Link:
    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,444375,00.html

    You know what? Personally, I am going to be righteously thankful and quite satisfactorily relieved when this foxtrot alpha hotel foxtrot finally faces legal and G*dly justice for his many heinous crimes, and ends life appropriately tango uniform in Hell, via legal or other means, as soon as possible afterward.

    And yeah, you can friggin’ quote me on that-anytime.

  3. Good morning, everyone.

    Apparently, Drew Peterson and Joel Brodsky do not know the term “no comment.” Repeating the same script over and over has gotten him nothing but even more doubt cast upon him. I suppose, in a sick sort of way, it’s good that he keeps up his current obsession, because it’s working just fine, just not for him.

    Oh, and Drew? Your son’s name is spelled K.R.I.S.

  4. “My youngest kids, Anthony and Lacy are too young to be in school but both are happy and healthy and adjusting normally.”

    WOW, someone needs to do their homework better…isin’t Anthony in kindergarden now? Last time I checked that’s school?
    Drew, the only child Not in school is Lacy! Yeah, their fine. IMO they’ll be better when you are locked up!

  5. Good Morning everyone!

    Prayers and comfort for family and friends today. Still holding hands.

    I wonder what an astrologer makes of the heavens today. Apart from this sad anniverary, Casey Anthony is being arraigned today and there will be a judgment issued in Perugia in the murder of the British student, Meredith Kercher, which I’ve also been following. Michael Robinson in court tomorrow.

  6. Here’s the link to today’s sum-up of Peterson’s appearance on The Today Show. Too long to post here.

    Drew Peterson to missing wife Stacy: ‘Show yourself’
    Despite results of polygraph test, he contends she ran off with another man

    Drew Peterson: Stacy is still out there
    Oct. 28: One year after his wife Stacy’s disappearance, Drew Peterson tells TODAY’s Matt Lauer he believes she’s still alive and with another man.

    Today show

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/27416095/

    ****************

    Between these two conflicting paragraphs, I hope the truth comes out. Maybe Armstrong will see this and clarify by telling the real truth.

    It had been reported that Brodsky crafted all the questions asked of his client, including four involving the 2003 death of his third wife, Kathleen Savio, who was found dead in her bathtub. Initially ruled a suicide, that death was ruled a homicide last year after the body was exhumed and another autopsy conducted.

    Brodsky told Lauer he had nothing to do with writing the questions. He also said that Peterson was deemed to be not deceptive in his answers to questions about Savio’s death.

  7. I watched the Today show, with DP. Anyone can tell they were coached on body language.
    However, DP still had the blinking thing going on, and he did not look into camera, when he asked for Stacy to end this nightmare and show herself.

  8. This man is so despicable as a human being. He is still using his kids to his own advantage. ‘My kids who now need their dad more than ever’…barf…

    He knows he is going down sooner rather than later. Watch as he pulls out all the stops in the next few months. For the prosecution. PJ

  9. keep in mind though prudance, those kids do need their dad right now. As much as I hate the man, everyone seems to forget that he is the ONLY parent they know right now.

  10. So much for ONLY one interview today from DP. He is one the radio 890am, WLS wiht Mancow Muller right now.

    Mancow ask Armstrong, do you think he’s guilty? Armstrong said , yes I do believe he’s guilty, that’s my opinion.

    Joel’s busy spewing Kathleens case has much conflicting information that is not to be believed….blah, blah,blah.

  11. IMHO, being the biological parent of these children doesn’t give Peterson the father of the year award.

    If you follow this matter closely, back in July when it was divulged that Len & Paula were wiretapping Peterson, Brodsky went nuts, on behalf of his client, and said, in part, “the children will be psychologically scarred for life because of what Wawczak and Stark did, with the blessing, support, help, and encouragement of the Illinois State Police.”

    By the way, he refers to Peterson’s teen son as, once again, Chris, not Kris.

    Yet, today:

    “For those who are concerned about my children, I thank you. But there’s no need for worry. I am taking good care of them though I have to admit acting as both dad and mom takes a lot of work and patience. My son Thomas is first in his class at one of the largest and finest high schools in Illinois. His brother Chris is also doing exceptionally well in school and is involved in wrestling and other activities. My youngest kids, Anthony and Lacy are too young to be in school but both are happy and healthy and adjusting normally.

    Aw, Peterson and Brodsky, just shut your stupid mouths! One minute the children, according to you jerks, are psychologically damaged for life, the next you want everyone to think your parenting wins the day.

    You talk about both sides, and your comments change with the wind. The only ones that can’t see through your ignorance and stupidity are the two of you.

    Brodsky, if you’re going to write press releases, learn how to spell the name of Kristopher. Ignorance!

  12. Sorry georgia bu I must jump in here—-

    The little ones have aunts and uncles who love them, treasure them as a part of their sister. IMO it is better to make the transition when they are as young as possible;
    I CRINGE to think of them with a possible double murderer with a bizarre personality and anger and control issues.
    If I went missing with a husband like that, I would hope family would step in.
    As far as the middle boys, they have their big brothers who at least one of whom seems to have some moral sense.
    Whether or not they arrest/convict him; those children should be with almost anyone else.

  13. This is special:

    “If you are outraged by the police sponsored psychological torture of the Peterson children, express your anger publicly.”

    But, today, they’re saying, if you’re worried about the kids, thanks, but no thanks. It’s all under control.

    Yeah, he’s got them all under his control. Talk about psychologically torturing four minor children! Just read all of their garbage and how they use these kids to try and soften the murder suspect’s image.

    It ain’t workin’.

  14. liz, I understand what you are saying and I’m not trying to start anything.

    It just breaks my heart that these four kids have to go through what they are going through. I understand what Drew did to Kathleen and to Stacy, but I’m sure it is extremely hard for those kids to understand. I’m not defending anyone here but those kids. I’ve been on the other blogs and i see how things get so nasty it’s just pathetic. I don’t want to be the cause of any of that.

    Maybe I’m just not wording what I am trying to say correctly, but my heart goes out to those kids in everyway. I can’t imagine thinking that I lost a parent and my other parent caused that.

    these kids love their dad, no matter what the media says about him, no matter what LE says about him and no matter what us bloggers say.

    I guess I’m just putting the kids feelings first and don’t know how to explain so that other people understand what I’m trying to say.

  15. Don’t worry, I don’t get nasty either. I just worry about what they are learning from him and this. It needs to be over with.

    I do agree about the kids feeings, I’m just speaking from experience on dealing with loss–my father died when I was five, and it had a much greater and longer affect on my older brothers and sister at age 6,8, 10 than me and my little sisters.

    btw-are you in GA? My son & my sisters family are in savannah; my bro-inlaws from monticello, conyers.

  16. these kids love their dad, no matter what the media says about him, no matter what LE says about him and no matter what us bloggers say.

    *************
    Sorry, no disrespect meant, but unless you are more than a blogger, you have no basis to support the statement that “these kids love their dad.” I wouldn’t be so sure about that.

    The little ones – yeah, I guess we can assume they’re devoted to him and depend on the murder suspect for their day-to-day survival, but they have no concept as to what is happening around them. They know what they’re “told.”

    The teens – well, can’t speak for them, but “love?” Not believing that. Nothing jumps out for me that brings me to that conclusion. Absolutely nothing.

  17. http://mothersarevanishing.blogspot.com/

    Today marks the one year anniversary that a young mother from Bolingbrook, Illinois vanished. It has been a year of turmoil for everyone surrounding this case, but what will we remember about the year that has passed? It is a day of reflection and also another day marked by the hope that she will return.

    What makes Stacy Peterson so special that she has garnered the attention most missing person’s families could only hope to get. Could it be the fact that so many women can identify with her circumstances? We live in a world filled with flaws and yet we only seek the love and security that Stacy once had.

    There are thousands that have been drawn to this case for a variety of reasons, and some have drawn on their passions and life experiences to try to solve the puzzle of why Stacy would walk away from her children, her nice home, and the lifestyle that she enjoyed. This is what her husband would like us all to believe, and yet, as women, we know better.

    Maybe Stacy has inspired something in the women involved in her case every day online. Some are inspired to carry on in her name, continue to search for her, and have an honest concern for her children. Other women, and men, have decided to unearth anything that shows the ugly side of human nature connected to her disappearance.

    Whatever the reasons for the fascination behind the Stacy Peterson case, she is first and foremost a missing mother with children who need to know the truth. They need, and will continue needing, to know that she did not abandon them.

    Everything happens for a reason, but too often, we want the reasons revealed before the “happenings” happen. So many unanswered questions swirl around this case, but in perfect order, and in perfect timing, they will be answered and truth will be uncovered.

    May we remember Stacy today with dignity and find a way to honor her and bring comfort to her family that misses her so much.

  18. Sorry, no disrespect meant, but unless you are more than a blogger, you have no basis to support the statement that “these kids love their dad.” [u]I wouldn’t be so sure about that. [/u]

    well, can’t speak for them

    ***************************

    this kinda sounds like you are speaking for them. If you have no proof that they do not love their father then all you can do is state you opinion, just as i did.

  19. Don’t worry, I don’t get nasty either. I just worry about what they are learning from him and this. It needs to be over with.

    I do agree about the kids feeings, I’m just speaking from experience on dealing with loss–my father died when I was five, and it had a much greater and longer affect on my older brothers and sister at age 6,8, 10 than me and my little sisters.

    btw-are you in GA? My son & my sisters family are in savannah; my bro-inlaws from monticello, conyers
    ******************************
    I’ve never lost a parent, but have children and just can’t imagine what they are going through.

    I’d prefer not to say where I’m from, but Savannah is about 2 hours away. It’s beautiful there isn’t it?

  20. Speaking of control, control to DP = being a 2 time murderer. I think that interview and his words of controlling his family will come back to bite him in his back side during his trial.

  21. Whatever the reasons for the fascination behind the Stacy Peterson case, she is first and foremost a missing mother with children who need to know the truth. They need, and will continue needing, to know that she did not abandon them.

    IMHO, this is the most common sense, intelligent remark I’ve ever seen that sums up the Stacy Peterson disappearance.

    Only one thing wrong – Kathleen cried out for help and her children lived with the truth before she died unexpectedly. Remember, her son asked Santa to give his mom and dad a divorce because of the turmoil in that house. And it looks more and more like her ex-husband may have been the one to wipe her off the face of the earth.

    Her children also need to know the truth. Once and for all. Because, her death has now been determined to be a homicide. Truth be told!

  22. Back to the news:
    I am very excited about what I saw the polygraph examiner say this morning; that after reviewing the results he felt more and more that DP was guilty.
    (I think that was on nbc, but could’ve been wgn9, I’ll check)

    I also saw again at myfox that there were not just audiotapes, but video, DVD and cassettes that needed to be reviewed.
    There probably was more than just L&P doing this (as I’ve heard suggested here). I would bet the cops would do any and all that didn’t include one on one contact…

  23. Liz, the comment from Derek Armstrong was on the Today Show (link posted above). I saw it too.

    I hope it will be the combination of all the evidence LE has that puts Drew Peterson where he belongs.

  24. Thanks Fuzzymouser, that was very sweetly written. I am keeping Stacy, Kathleen and all of those that have suffered from domestic violence in my thoughts and prayers today.

  25. Love Savannah, (esp Tybee); we’re going to pick up our son in december when he graduates. Anywhere 2 hours from there is beautiful too. And I love those hot peanuts.

  26. Hi Lizanne – you say the poly examiner was on tv today?

    Wow, I hope he does go on more news shows. I’d like to know if Joel was “telling the truth” myself by saying he did not craft the questions that were asked of Peterson. That would be interesting to hear how the questions were composed, heh?

  27. Rescue, if we’re to believe Armstrong and the examiner, in Armstrong’s book the polygraph examiner said that he created the questions based on what Joel and Derek said they wanted to be determined.

    In a radio interview Derek said that he tried to guide the questioning based on the timelines Drew had given but he admitted the lawyers were present and that there were some ‘controls’ over what he could ask.

  28. “the 2003 death of his third wife, Kathleen Savio, who was found dead in her bathtub. Initially ruled a suicide, that death was ruled a homicide last year

    Suicide? When was Kathleen’s death ever ruled a suicide?

  29. LOL, how can a “reputable” defense attorney say he doesn’t believe in polygraph exams for his client, but goes ahead and sets one up anyway.

    Then, he tries to spoon feed anyone he thinks is stupid enough to listen that he doesn’t understand why people are only focusing on the deceptive answers (Peterson: I can’t explain that), when he, in fact, did answer some that weren’t deceptive.

    He really needs to find another line of work. He’s embarrassing himself. Although, I guess he doesn’t see it. Poor thing.

  30. It was Derek Armstrong. Click on the link upthread about the Today Show (I think from Facs). I don’t think the examiner has ever come forward publicly.

    It’s part of the lead-in to the interview with Drew.

  31. “I started to come to the conclusion in my own mind that he might be guilty,” Armstrong said.

    OMG, just ONCE, I’d like to see Armstrong questioned by someone who has read the book as to why it is so unapologetically biased in favor of Drew’s innocence and yet in every interview he states his suspicions and acts as if he believes Drew to be guilty.

    I’ll gladly supply the page numbers to cite!

    That man needs to be called out as a sell-out and a fraud!

  32. I think Brodsky said something to the effect that he lost out on the polygraph issue, and Peterson did it anyway.

    I think he said all he can do is make his recommendations.

    So BRODSKY goes ahead and sets it up. Why not let the suspect client do it and save your sorry butt the embarrassment of doing something that’s against your recommendations and beliefs, and probably most other defense attorneys?

    Out of control suspect client, attorney that has no bearing on what the suspect client says or does.

    Brodsky needs to file a form with the Court. It’s called “Motion to Withdraw as Attorney of Record.”

    Peterson has an attorney. Himself. And a fool for a client.

    What a laughing stock. What a joke. What a pathetic excuse of a defense. But, it is working in one sense. Peterson looks as guilty as ever, and neither one is looking like the brightest bulb on the Christmas tree these days.

  33. It’s after I examined the tapes and the polygraphs and started anaylyzing everything that I started to come to the conclusion in my own mind that he might be guilty.

    I guess this was after he wrote the book.

  34. Noway, right. In initially marketing his book.

    So, if he’s not a killer, but he is guilty, what exactly is Armstrong NOW saying Peterson is guilty of? Where is a reputable interviewer to confront him with this nonsense?

    Author Armstrong, who bills himself as a journalist, author of mystery thrillers and “marketing guru,” examines the results of the polygraph and concludes that Peterson, who has never been charged with a crime in connection with his wives but has been described by authorities as a “suspect” in Stacy Peterson’s disappearance, would not have harmed his wives.

    At one point, he describes Peterson as an enigma — but not a killer.

    He backs that assertion with Peterson’s own hour-by-hour breakdown of how he spent Oct. 28, 2007 — the day Stacy Peterson vanished, leaving behind their two young children. Authorities previously have questioned the timeline Peterson gave them.

  35. It was Derek. I heard him say he “after I examined the tapes and the polygraphs I and start analyzing everything (…I started to come to the conclusion in my own mind that he might be guilty”).

    I assumed again…..

    He’s also grayer than he looks in his pic. 🙂

  36. Armstrong’s book is not true crime, non-fiction. It’s a novel, which is based on a true story. There’s so many discrepancies and lack of true, in-depth investigation, it’s a shame that he’s being allowed to promote it as true crime or non-fiction.

    Honestly, he should be promoting it as his perception of the story and how he “thinks” it went down.

  37. DA also repeatedly says that it would take a genius to pull off either murder.

    No, it would just take someone who knows the system, or has gotten away with it before, with luck on his side.

    So he’s either wrongly accused or a genius?

  38. lizanne61 // October 28, 2008 at 11:03 am

    DA also repeatedly says that it would take a genius to pull off either murder.

    ***********

    We already know how much stock we can put in anything DA says, heh?

  39. Happy Birthday, Rescue!

    what else astrologer may say about the heavens today: it’s the birthday of a very nice, clever lady who unfortunately looks a bit like a labrador.LOL

  40. Liz, yes his faked description of Drew entering Kathleen’s house was just…annoying and written only to show that it just wasn’t possible.

    Never mind the fact that Drew could have simply come to Kathleen’s home, rung the bell, and said that one of the kids was in the hospital or something, then forced his way in the open door or that he could have gotten the code to her garage door as he had in the past.

    His tone is mocking and steeped in Drewisms throughout. That book is an insult to Stacy and Kathleen. Armstrong can say what he likes in interviews. The book is in print and what is written in it is going to remain. The thought that one day those kids might read it…

  41. I just hope the judge also has all the tapes that DP made with Armstrong. DP sure has given them plenty of “statements” this way and like Pam Bosco said it only gives them more ammo. go for it drewp.

    Was the polygraph videotaped? (Plenty of pics) Maybe a video, including the q&a, would be allowed as evidence; but not a polygraph?

    Plus I assume the timeline he gave DA was the same as he gave police—But its FULL of … uh …. holes & excuses, and he’s without an alibi for hours and hours and hours.

    I wonder what timeline the kids and neighbors gave the GJ and how they compare.
    I think that ISP guy said he had a book’s worth of timeline.

    IMO he’s going down soon.

  42. From Bash last night:

    On Friday (10/24/08), it was erroneously posted (by Facsmiley) that ALL of Steve Carcerano’s court cases were “closed”- except for a real estate case in Nevada.

    NOT TRUE.

    Steve has at least 2 active court cases, and 1 closed case where $ is still owed to the Court:”

    The info I got on Carcerano’s court dates was second hand. I’ll make sure to check the records myself before posting from now on!

  43. What do you all think of JB repeating his “it’s political” smear against Glasgow even after the publicist’s “clarification”? Does it make it OK if he mumbles afterwards that he and Connor are fine lawyers?

  44. Haven’t heard much from the only lonely friend. I wonder if he still comes around, or if the wife talked some sense into him.

  45. Bucket- that guy’s so passive-aggressive-ignorant he probably doesn’t remember what they say from one minute to the next.
    Selig probably told him to just repeat himself a lot to keep others from thinking for themselves.

  46. Bucket – I’m surprised about that too. He went to the trouble of issuing a pr about wanting to clarify his earlier remarks about Glasgow’s intentions being politically motivated, but, then repeats the same stuff of tv. What’s up with that?

  47. I just watched the Today show interview.

    It was pretty amazing to watch Joel dis and praise James Glasgow almost within the same sentences. It was nonsensical!

    And this has nothing to with anything…but fidgety Joel looks like he’s gained about 30 pounds in the last year.

  48. Lizanne – I think you made an interesting observation. They must be under the impression that not many think for themselves.

    Getting back to the surveillance and tapes, I wonder if they also have the recordings from Matt Phelps’ interview? There has got to be hundreds and hundreds of avenues to go down with this.

    Also, I hope it’s soon that we hear how the first Kathleen Savio investigation turned into such a mess. Don’t think anyone is going to let that one sneak by anymore.

  49. Bucket, maybe the right hand (Joel) doesn’t know what the left hand (Selig) is doing.

    Maybe the words attributed to Joel in the PR statement were not actually said by Joel.

    😀

    On the whole Kris/Chris thing … I suppose it could be that Kris has changed the spelling of his name and didn’t notify the blogging world. Although Selig spelling it wrong is more likely. 😉

    My sister Christine went by Chris until she decided that was spelling it “the chunky way” … so she changed the spelling of her name to Kristine/Kris. This was in junior high, and she did eventually change the legal spelling of her name to the svelte version.

  50. Does anyone else get the feeling that Brodsky is spinning a new theory regarding Stacy’s disappearance.

    I mean, Peterson is saying he doesn’t think she’d come back with all the scrutiny on her, but Brodsky is saying that the more time that goes by, the more it’s possible harm came to her and she fell in with bad people.

    Why on earth would he venture off their solid, year-long stance that she ran away, by now saying that if she happens to be found dead, someone bad, not Drew, did it?

    There must be more in those tapes that we can ever imagine. They must know he possibly said something on those tapes that indicate she is not coming back, and they’re spinning more lies.

  51. FOX NEWS , said breaking news about CASEY ANTHONY as well as DREW PETERSON

    that is all that was said on the cable news

  52. bucketoftea // October 28, 2008 at 12:04 pm

    LOL lots of girls change their names around that age.
    _______
    I suppose it could work the other way too. A boy might think he was spelling his name “the girl way” and want to change it to the manly spelling. 😉

    And, Lug … dang! I have to leave in 5 minutes or so … if you see anything, please post!

  53. They’ve set the pretrial date for Casey Anthony … I suppose that could be breaking news … but I hope it’s more.

  54. Since when does a 13/14 year old get to decide they’re going to change the spelling of their name? Come on, it is what it is. Brodsky ALWAYS spells Peterson’s son’s name Chris, not Kris.

    I’d bet it was Brodsky that wrote that. Like in his psychologically damaged letter.

  55. Fox’s breaking news was just a reiteration of what’s already out there – that Peterson flunked questions on the poly. Nothing new.

  56. Yes on the topic of name changes….My sister got married this weekend. Her new stepdaughter was named Sarah Elisabeth but when she got old enough she changed her first name to Thunder and her last name to Bolt! Go figure!

  57. Ok, here’s a true story.

    Husband’s cousin married a man who’s last name was Pigg. When they were introduced at their wedding, everyone had to endure the announcement – and now, stand up and give a hand to the new Mr. and Mrs. Pigg.

    Needless to say, she promptly had her name changed, once she began having children, to her husband’s mother’s maiden name.

    They’re now divorced, but there are no little Piggs, thank goodness.

  58. DP was looking pretty carp today. Will the beard stay? I think he’s desperate to maintain the illusion of a chin and jawline. OOOhh that’s a thought! Perhaps he plans quality time with the kids at a cosmtic surgery clinic in China. Got a great barter opportunity through their common publicist. Dr, make me look innocent.

  59. Bucket. 🙂

    IMO he looks as if he has gained back any weight he lost and that the long locks and beard are making him again resemble the cowardly lion.

  60. …actually, the Chinese are probably the go-to for eyelids. A lot of Chinese women have eye surgery to appear more Western. Yep, the go-to for a refit on the eyelids.

  61. Saw this at hang-drew’s copied from Big M’s no doubt.

    Exlaw’s account of Drew’s latest day in court:

    This is my report on court last week. When I got there nobody had arrived, which usually the press and others are there early. No one showed up until 1 :30, Joel and Drew included. The Bolingbrook police had Jeff Drabeck there and Chief McCarthy. They were there to talk to Joel, but refused to be taped in the interview, that was done elsewhere from the court room. There was a subpoena issued to the State Police that morning by Joel, it had not been answered at the time court was in session. Most of what the judge talked about was jury selection and the questionnaire that the jurors would have to fill out prior to going into the court room to be selected. The judge thought that it would take at least an hour for them to do that if not longer. They are doing that on December 5th, the people called in will have no idea what case they will be involed with. He thought that there would be at least 150 people to be called in for that. Of course once they start the weeding out the judge will have questions for them and also both sides, Joel & the State. He wanted to be sure that the questionnaire would have questions that Joel wants so they are not asked again. Then the judge went to chambers while Joel interviewed PD . During that time the court room cleared out. I stayed waiting to see if after all that if there would be anything else. In that time frame after Jeff Drabeck was interviewed he started to come back into the court room from the back hall way, he and Drew were talking and the next thing I knew Jeff was walking away and Drew was not yelling but loudly saying to him ” Come on Jeff I only asked you, I would have taken a bullet for you and you know that”. What he asked Jeff I do not know, but Jeff never turned around or answered him, he just left. After a long wait I determined that the rest of what court motions that were going on were happening in the judges chambers and not for the public. Drew thought I should go while there were no cameras outside so I did go then. I think it was about 4 or so then. I chatted briefly with Reem Odeh in the hallway, she was no nice and wanted to know who I am , which I did tell her and made it clear I did not want the press to know anything about me. She thanked me for my support of Drew. So it was not a big news day by any means and I felt from talking to Drew hes a little frustrated by all the legal posturing etc going on and how mountains are being made out of molehills in this. The Dr Phil show will be aired November 10th, it was taped the day before court and Drew really like Dr Phil. He did not feel that he was able to clear up everything that has been questioned. I doubt that an hour would be enough anyhow. He seems to be doing okay over all.I think I would be tired of waiting for all of this to happen. There are two more court dates before the selection and trial, the judge has vacation coming up in early November, so the next date is November 12th at 1:30. I will check my notes and see if I forgot anything. JOe Hosey was there and looked like the cat had dragged him in, channel 5 news and WGN. They interviewed Joel later after I left. Tomorrow Drew will be in New York for the Today show, the anniversary of Stacey being gone, and yes his personal life has moved on, but that is his and his alone to tell.

  62. Thanks for the wishes, Lizanne.

    Facs – isn’t that special? Good for exlaw. Every murder suspect needs a true confidant, and it looks like the Cowardly Lion found his.

  63. I have to assume that everyone by now knows who she is, but of course it’s not pertinent to the case.

    Presidents of fan clubs don’t usually get mentions in stories about celebrities, no matter how much they linger about.

  64. “He seems to be doing okay over all.”

    I’m sure there were not too many people losing sleep worrying about him. Good to know that he’s holding up during this difficult time in his life, though, because we need him to keep making conflicting statements to help nail his sorry butt.

    Holding up, heh? I wish I believed in ghosts, because I can think of a few ghostly angels I’d like to see haunt him for the rest of his life!

  65. Oh. My. Goodness.

    He wasn’t trying to pervert the course of justice right there in the courthouse, was he?

    Jeff Drabeck
    Fret not. There is no way he would have taken a bullet for you.

  66. HAPPY Birthday Rescue!

    rescueapet // October 28, 2008 at 12:04 pm

    Does anyone else get the feeling that Brodsky is spinning a new theory regarding Stacy’s disappearance.

    ————————-
    Spinning like a record on a player… ’round and ’round we go.

  67. Thank you so much for that post, facs, it’s facsinating lol

    The first time I ever read the absurd charge that Stacy killed Kathleen was in a post by the very same exlax many moons ago.

  68. facsmiley // October 28, 2008 at 10:48 am

    “I started to come to the conclusion in my own mind that he might be guilty,” Armstrong said.

    OMG, just ONCE, I’d like to see Armstrong questioned by someone who has read the book as to why it is so unapologetically biased in favor of Drew’s innocence and yet in every interview he states his suspicions and acts as if he believes Drew to be guilty.

    I’ll gladly supply the page numbers to cite!

    That man needs to be called out as a sell-out and a fraud!

    ***

    I’ve wondered if it is possible that something happened right after the book was published but before all of the interviews. Maybe Derek got to see a mad Drew for the first time after finding out what the results of the lie detector test was and that it was still going to be in the book?? Just a theory but it seems like things were all planned for Derek, Joel, and Drew to be together on shows and it all blew up with Joel and Drew doing some pre-emptive strikes instead and the original interview being cancelled.

  69. Maybe Derek promised that the polygraph results were only for his own peace of mind and that they wouldn’t be part of the book…and then broke that promise

    If that was the case, it would certainly explain the ’embargo’ of anything pertaining to the polygraph up until the book’s release.

    Could be, thinkaboutit…

  70. Thank you for the birthday wishes!

    Umm, here’s a flashback of what happens when Drew Peterson decides to move on to the next victim:

    Kathleen wrote:
    In a November 2002 letter to an assistant state’s attorney in Chicago, she wrote that she had tried three times to reach her to discuss charges that she had filed against Drew. (The state’s attorney’s office says they have no record of having received the letter.)

    In the letter, Savio desperately asked for assistance: “Their (sic) have been several times throughout my marriage with this man where I ended up at the emergency room in Bolingbrook for injuries and I have reported this only to have the police leave my home without filing any reports,” she wrote.

    The fights that Kathleen recounted to in the two-page letter are frightening. In July 2002 she claims that Drew let himself in her house and waited for her. As she walked down the stairs with her laundry basket, he surprised her. According to Savio, he shouted for her to sit down and then pushed her when she refused. After arguing about child support payments, Kathleen says that Drew told her that she “just needed to die.” She says that he then pulled out a knife and brought it to her neck. “I thought I’d never see my boys again,” she wrote. “My sons and I would like to move away from this area for our safety and sanctity,” she stated before adding this chilling line: “He knows how to manipulate the system and his next step is to take my children away or kill me instead.”

    Seventeen months later she was found dead in a bathtub.

    *********

    But, remember, Peterson is holding up well.

  71. Please forgive me for this interruption…

    ***

    Is anyone here able to post at Hang Drew’s site? For some reason they have a comment on the main page that I made way long ago on Topix and they are saying that I am Kimmer who is also SueH for some reason. It doesn’t allow me to post there and I’ve sent an email to hangdrew but have received no response.

    I’m not either of them and don’t know how I got dragged into that mess – I wasn’t part of any arguments between these posters and others but I’d like to set the record straight. I’ve never even posted with Kimmer and have never had an issue with SueH in my postings with her. I am just me.

    Anyone that knows me knows that I post as thinkaboutit (in whatever form the forum would allow) and nothing else.

    Well – I admit that I did post as George Costanza on Topix and commented that “it’s not a lie if you believe it” regarding someone’s ability to pass a lie detector test. And it is possible that I posted as another random character on Topix to make a funny comment but I’ve never used any other ID on the other forums that I visit.

    ***

    And now back to your regularly scheduled fourm…

  72. Hi all, had to drop in today… Stacy has been on my heart for the last week with this day looming. I am dissapointed that there has not been closure for the family and justice for Stacy. Nothing Drew does or says surprises me; I expect him to have her declared legally dead so that he can remarry; I’m sure he has someone on the string.

  73. grandma – you think he’s going to be remarrying? I didn’t see him tugging on his ear lately, professing his love for anyone. Unless he tugs on it in Court that we don’t know about.

  74. Fuzzy – I think of Stacy any time I hear that song.

    I want to say that that I hope she is found soon and that Drew is telling the truth and that she is found alive.

    But at this point – I just hope she is found. Period.

    My prayers go out to the children. They are the victims here no matter what scenario took Stacy away from them.

  75. rescueapet // October 28, 2008 at 1:49 pm

    fuzzy – what is that link? I don’t understand it.

    ****

    My recollection was that someone said that Stacy had been playing this song over and over days before she disappeared. I’m trying to find a link to a story about who said it though.

  76. Hey George don’t let them bother you. I haven’t posted there so I don’t know how, but if you have a dialog similar to anyone, you could be mistaken for them– As if anyone doesn’t spout similar opinions around these blogs. Don’t waste your keystrokes trying to convince anyone of anything, its/they are not worth it.

    *********

    I think Derek found out quickly that innocent doesn’t sell, but obvious guilt plus a lie detector test does.
    I think he scooped him, and when JB/DP found out the angle he was going to use to sell the book (or that he handed tapes over), the boyz understood they’d made yet another mistake, disconnected from DA and tried damage control (which all their other appearances were for).

    He has never asked to go on the air to plead for Stacy’s safe return, has he? Only to cover his butt for something.

  77. Lizanne – I think your observation is right, but Armstrong is promoting a book that he now disagrees with. He has no validity if he, on one hand, took a stance and said he doesn’t think Peterson is a killer in the book, based on the investigation he did, yet, now, says he believes he’s guilty, based on the same investigation. In other words, huh?

  78. Yes, I really think that, Rescue… I don’t expect him to be happy nor the marriage to last, but I believe he will marry ASAP. He won’t miss an opportunity to stick it to any of Stacy’s family or friends. But …. his day is coming!

  79. Lizanne, also a very good theory. There has to be a reason why he changed his tune, doesn’t there? Money seems to be the motivator for most people surrounding the case.

  80. lizanne61 // October 28, 2008 at 1:55 pm

    Hey George don’t let them bother you.

    ****

    LOL. George?? I’m definitely not George!! Point well taken though. As I think about it now bringing it up there will probably just stir he pot more than it is already stirred. 🙂

  81. I agree Rescue-no credibility at all after this. But those he’s selling to don’t know what’s inside til they’re out the $.
    He’s self published and self marketed and can do what he wants. eww
    It leaves a bad taste in my mouth. Need a shower.

  82. Drew Peterson Exposed

    How about: Historical Fiction

    Historical fiction presents readers with a story that takes place during a notable period in history, and usually during a significant event in that period. Historical fiction often presents actual events from the point of view of people living in that time period.

  83. When I start to get upset about this case, there’s a song that often comes to my mind – well starting at about a minute in – not the first verse. Pretty much just the chorus.

    *Parental advisory – explicit content*

  84. good rescue. My brother writes HF. He wrote a whole novel on England’s Queen Boudaccia from the year 60 a.d., with only one page of documented info on her. He filled the rest in with full characters, plot, etc. from general history.
    He made up a lot, he even made up a couple of words!

  85. Derek from Today Show link: <i<It’s after I examined the tapes and the polygraphs and started anaylyzing everything that I started to come to the conclusion in my own mind that he might be guilty.

    Maybe there was something on the tapes that he heard after he wrote the book. He did turn the tapes over to LE, didn’t he?

  86. I’d be more inclined to believe him, Noway, if he hadn’t stated in the book that it was the results of his investigation (polygraph plus interviews)that made him believe in Drew’s innoncence. Honestly, he did a full 180.

  87. Well, I suppose everyone is entitled to change their mind. I think the next time he is interviewed, he might want to address that a little. 😉

  88. Sounds like he’s finally arrived at the same place Matt Phelps did, only Phelps did so before he wrote the book, Armstrong did after he did.

    I think Armstrong relied heavily on the fact that Peterson took a polygraph exam and that was going to sell the book for him. The problem is, it’s hard to convince people that Peterson has a warm and fuzzy side, and Armstrong’s first position included his Mr. Mom persona. Now, he has to rely on the same thing, but push the guilty Peterson to make up for sales.

  89. The closest definition I can find for what I think of the book is propaganda.

    “propaganda in its most basic sense presents information in order to influence its audience. Propaganda often presents facts selectively (thus lying by omission) to encourage a particular synthesis…”

  90. So exactly true facs.

    Unforturnately, there’s not an aisle at Borders so people know.

    No respectable publisher would touch him.

  91. I think Derek may have had a visit from some nice men in suits, carrying badges, and has turned everything over. He was selling license to broadcast the tapes, too, but did anyone buy any?

    He looks like a giant prat.

  92. Good evening, Bucket. Yeah, nice men in suits paying Armstrong a visit sounds reasonable. There sure are a lot of tapes out there! Phelps, Armstrong, Lenny & Paula. ????? Who knows who else and what else.

  93. I didn’t know you could look it up lol. There’s another unofficial form, prannet, which I liked to use because The Judge hated it.

  94. “Show yourself. Put an end to this nightmare.”

    I have this Edgar Allen Poe-esque fantasy where she does just that – appears to him, and he clutches his heart and keels over.

    (I would have had his hair turn white, but I guess he’s already been visited by other apparitions who took care of that.)

  95. Surprisingly, I seem to agree w. DP ona minor matter. I, too, would like his current “nightmare” to end.

    So, the REAL one – the WAKING REAL LIFE experience of finally being held accountable for his heinous acts – can begin.

  96. Hi everyone.

    On this day one year ago, I remember that I was in Las Vegas.

    I wonder if Drew remembers what he was doing?

  97. http://www.chicagobreakingnews.com/2008/10/vigil-marks-anniversary-of-stacy-petersons-disappearance.html

    Family and friends braved the cold tonight in Bolingbrook for a candlelight vigil commemorating the one-year anniversary of the disappearance of Stacy Peterson.

    “Gone but never forgotten,” read the sign that the marchers carried.

    Stacy’s husband, former Bolingbrook police Sgt. Drew Peterson, remains the sole suspect in her disappearance.

    (There’s a photo as well)

  98. Ah, here’s the full story:

    Stacy Peterson has been missing for a year

    Anniversary is marked by a vigil and repeated denials of guilt by her husband, Drew Peterson

    By Erika Slife | Tribune reporter
    October 29, 2008

    In a short but purposeful march, they walked in silence, remembering.

    “Gone but never forgotten,” read the sign that the marchers carried in Bolingbrook on Tuesday night commemorating the one-year anniversary of Stacy Peterson’s disappearance.

    “This was always something that was supposed to happen to somebody else,” said her grandfather Bob Toutges, 84, who joined the more than 70 people on a cold night for the candlelight vigil. “Just hearing her say ‘Grandpa’ . . . making me feel like I was somebody special. I guess she must have made other people feel that way too.”

    She was 23 when she vanished on Oct. 28, 2007. Police have named her husband, former Bolingbrook police Sgt. Drew Peterson, 54, the sole suspect in her disappearance.

    The investigation also has led authorities to re-examine the death of his third wife, Kathleen Savio, 40, who was found dead in an empty bathtub in her Bolingbrook home in 2004.

    The marchers walked from Savio’s home to Peterson’s house, where next-door neighbor Sharon Bychowski has established a flower garden and shrine for Stacy Peterson.

    Stacy Peterson’s pastor Rev. Neil Schori, Bychowski and members of Savio’s family gave heartfelt speeches about the women.

    Drew Peterson has not been charged in either case and maintains his innocence. He was not available for comment Tuesday. But he released a statement saying, that he thinks about Stacy every day but he will avoid the vigils and “the media spotlight.” He did, however, appear again on national television Tuesday morning.

  99. http://cbs2chicago.com/local/bolingbrook.candlelight.vigil.2.851040.html

    Community Gathers For Stacy Peterson Vigil

    Mike Puccinelli
    Oct 28, 2008 10:42 pm US/Central

    BOLINGBROOK, Ill. (CBS) ― One year later, friends and supporters of Stacy Peterson hit the street Tuesday night in her honor. The chilly weather didn’t stop dozens of people from marking the anniversary of her disappearance. Also on their minds was Drew Peterson’s third wife, Kathleen Savio.

    CBS 2’s Mike Puccinelli reports that Drew Peterson, the only named suspect in the disappearance of his fourth wife Stacy, wasn’t at the vigil tonight. Instead, he was in New York City today doing national television interviews as friend and loved ones of his third and fourth wives gathered together – united in grief.

    “Stacy and Kathleen, both, we’re here to honor,” said Pastor Neil Schori.

    Stacy Peterson’s pastor began a vigil marking the one year anniversary of her disappearance. Neil Schori is the man who sources say was told by Stacy Peterson that she believed that her husband had killed his third wife Kathleen Savio. Schori wouldn’t talk about that tonight, but did talk about the pain of lives lost.

    “It’s especially hard today,” Schori said. “Any day you think that four children aren’t gonna have their moms back, it’s hard. Especially hard for them.”

    He then led the group in a march from the home of Peterson’s third wife to the home of his fourth. Sue Doman, the sister of Kathleen Savio who was found dead in her bathtub four and a half years ago, had this message for an absent Drew Peterson.

    “You horrible person, you. What you did to us. What you did to my beautiful baby sister,” Doman said.

    Peterson maintains that his wife abandoned her family and is still alive. Sharon Bychowski, Stacy’s friend and neighbor, says that’s a lie.

    “That day that Drew dragged me over to his house to tell me that she had left her children behind, there was no doubt, no doubt in my mind that Stacy would never do that, Bychowski said.

    The young mother’s grandfather is similarly sure Stacy Peterson won’t be coming back.

    “I find a lot of comfort in knowing that Stacy’s up there where no one can hurt her anymore,” said Bob Toutges, Stacy Peterson’s grandfather.

    Joined Sue Doman believes by her sister who she says is only now getting the justice she deserved after another wife had to pay for it with her life.

    “I need to go to the cemetery and look at my sister and say, ‘it’s over, no one can hurt you anymore,'” Doman said.

    In a written statement today, Drew Peterson declared his innocence in both cases.

  100. Sorry for the monopoly…one more – from Chicagoist.

    http://chicagoist.com/2008/10/28/stacy_peterson_one_year_later.php

    October 28, 2008
    Stacy Peterson, One Year Later

    It’s been one year since the disappearance of Bolingbrook’s Stacy Peterson and her estranged husband, Drew Peterson, took to The Today Show to maintain his innocence and to ask Stacy to, “Show yourself. Put an end to this nightmare.” Of course, he doesn’t expect her to reappear, as he told the AP: “If I was a little girl and the focus of all this media attention, I wouldn’t be coming back. Why would a little girl come back to that?” While Drew makes media appearances, Stacy’s family will be marking the anniversary with a candlelight vigil. After Stacy’s disappearance, police went back and, after further investigation, reclassified the death of Kathleen Savio, Peterson’s third wife, from accidental drowning to murder, adding to the intense scrutiny on Peterson. Will County State’s Atty. James Glasgow announced last week that he expected, “a resolution in at least one of these investigations in the near future,” a charge Peterson and his lawyer have dismissed as a mere play for votes in next week’s election.

    In the year since Stacy’s disappearance, D-Pete has become such a surreal public figure that if it weren’t for, you know, the dead third wife and missing fourth wife, he’d be one of the most comic figures we’ve ever seen. There was the gun case in which John Travolta factored, a feud with friends that ultimately resulted in fisticuffs at a barber shop, and his relationship with the world’s most unconcerned 22-year-old. We even compared him to R. Kelly. Now, we understand the whole “innocent until proven guilty” issue, but Drew’s behavior smacks of O.J.’s search for “the real killers” from the golf course. True, no charges have been brought against Drew after a whole year, but the fact that Peterson is a former police officer and surely has some old buddies in the department looking out for him gives us pause. Either way, something ain’t right and this case, unfortunately, isn’t going away anytime soon.

  101. “That day that Drew dragged me over to his house to tell me that she had left her children behind, there was no doubt, no doubt in my mind that Stacy would never do that, Bychowski said.
    —————————————————-
    I would like to know when and how this new statement came about. It’s only recently that this “drag me to the house” thing appeared in the news. The timeline released from the family that day and all the other reports never said anything about her being “dragged” over there. I seem to remember phone calls and Drew dropping the kids off for 15 minutes-candy?

    God Bless everyone that participated today and everyone that helped in any way in the last year!

    Prayers to Stacy and her family! 😦

  102. Ducky, I think the first I saw it was in Joe Hosey’s book Fatal Vows. The visit to Drew’s house occurs on the 29th (the 15-minute visit to her house was on the 28th):

    Around 2 p.m., Bychowski called Stacy’s cell phone. The call went straight to voice mail, which struck Bychowski as odd. “When she’s gone, she never turned her cell off, ever.”

    Bychowski did not hear from Stacy for the rest of the day. At about 8:30 a.m. the next morning — Monday, Oct. 29 — her doorbell rang. She expected it to be Stacy, who usually rang the bell and walked right in. This time, though, it was Peterson. He grabbed Bychowski by the arm and, saying he needed her, took her to his house. She didn’t even have time to put on her shoes.

    “I thought, ‘Oh, my God. Oh, my God, what’s wrong?’ My heart is pounding, that kind of pounding when you get pulled over by the cops? . . . ‘What’s wrong? What’s wrong?’ ‘Just come, come.’ He wouldn’t tell me. I see that there’s both cars in the driveway.”

    • • • •

    Once she was inside Peterson’s house, he dropped what he must have thought was a bombshell, only Bychowski knew it was coming.

    “He says, ‘She left me,’ ” Bychowski said. “I go, ‘Yeah.’ . . . I’m thinking, ‘And?’ ‘Cause I know how unhappy she is, and I know she wants to leave him. I thought she left for sure.

    “I said, ‘Where are the kids?’ And he says, ‘They’re upstairs.’ ”

    With this revelation, she knew something was amiss.

  103. jeepers4 // October 28, 2008 at 9:43 am

    So much for ONLY one interview today from DP. He is one the radio 890am, WLS wiht Mancow Muller right now.
    ********************

    I actually just came across yet another interview he did for ABC news this morning, on the streets of NYC.

  104. facs-thank you! I dont get how Sharon could say that one of the kids was crying in the corner of her house, shaking on the 28th. WHY DIDN’T SHE CALL THE POLICE THEN, WHEN SHE WAS GIVING SUCKERS? I guess this might be the reason for her new lawyer?

  105. SHARON-if you knew on the 28th at 2:00 p.m.-after Drew picked up the kids from you-that Stacy wasn’t answering her cell-why didn’t you call someone?? Anyone?? Why didn’t you call Cassandra? The police? You knew that she was planning on leaving right? Why wait to get “dragged” over to Drew’s the next day? Makes no sense!

  106. Whoa, ducky, steady on.

    Sharon didn’t know what had happened. Don’t you think Sharon and Cass and others have been beating themselves up about what they might have done differently?

  107. “What if’s” suck.

    The only query I have is this:

    Does anyone know if cattle prods are allowed in IL County Courts?

    Nothing I’ve found so far specifically excludes them, but I might have missed a pesky statute or two…

    Much obliged!

  108. Hurm… they really need to update their animal husbandry regs.

    Well, I can’t find anything that says they’re allowable or not. Ok, forget the previous query- here’s a new one:

    Do any ranchers out there know if I need to bring a cow, goat or sheep with me to an IL County Court to be in compliance with whatever statutes I can’t find about the legal possession and carrying of a cattle prod into IL County Courthouses? Or can I skip the cow and just carry the prod?

    Much obliged yet again.

  109. In situations like this, it is easier not to comment on people’s opinion on this blog. Thinking they should take their views and go to other blogs so they can bash people involved.

  110. What if your name is Bash? Does that mean I’m fair game or am I just being a ninny?

    Oh- and more importantly, has anyone found out if I have to have a cow/sheep/goat to take a prod to Court?

    (Freud would be in gloriously unrestrained heaven analyzing this… ACH! Zee cow, she iz zee nurturing mama, zee goat she iz the unapologetic hussy who fornicates night and day wiz unsuitable but verra attractive males, when zee one zat would truly make her happy iz zee poofy, nicely rounded, carefully coiffed sheep who iz too dumbkoff to know zat she iz not a goat also, confused and depressed becauzz she yearns for zee maternal care of zee big fat cow, yet sabotagez zose intensely repressed needs by salaciously and recklessly playing “hide zee pickle” with zee cow’s mate and zee goat, even zo zee goat she does not even have the pickle…dumbkoff- zee vat I mean?
    und do not even get me started by mentioning zee horse, mule, sheep dog und zose phallic shaped ears of corn she iz fed by zee chronically inbred, societally oppressed farmer who zinks zat *he* owns *her*… )

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