And I’m sure it has nothing to do with the transcripts of the covert prison recordings from 2014 being released which included this exchange:
the Bolingbrook Police Pension board has revoked Drew Peterson’s ($79,000-per-year) pension.
The termination is effective immediately.
All five members voted to revoke the former convicted Bolingbrook police officer’s pension.
Peterson was found guilty this week of trying to hire someone to kill Will County State’s Attorney Jim Glasgow.
The Pension Board met Wednesday night. Drew’s son and daughter were at the meeting along with attorneys.
Peterson is serving 38 years for killing his third wife.
He will be sentenced in July and faces up to 60 years for the murder for hire conviction.
By “Drew’s son and daughter” I assume they are referring to Stacy’s children, Lacy and Anthony, and that Stephen brought them to the proceedings in an attempt to elicit sympathy as he has been using his father’s pension money to support the two of them.
Via The Chicago Sun-Times
Peterson was on-duty and in uniform when he called in a welfare check request to Bolingbrook Police in 2004, and his fellow officers entered Savio’s home and found her body in a bathtub, said Atwell, who reviewed transcripts of Peterson’s month-long 2012 trial.
Peterson’s decades of experience as a police officer helped him cover up the murder, and his ties to the department were crucial to his nearly getting away with the crime…