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    Suspect in wife's disappearance seeks $$$

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    BOLINGBROOK, Illinois (AP) -- A former police officer suspected in his wife's disappearance has set up a Web site to ask for financial help with his legal defense.

    Drew Peterson's site says he wants to collect money from people who believe he deserves a defense without going broke.



    "For the cost of a few cups of your morning coffee, you can help to ensure that Drew can afford to support his ongoing legal defense, find his missing wife, and divert any remaining funds into a trust for his children," the site says.

    Peterson's attorney, Joel Brodsky, said any money collected on DefendDrew.com will go into a trust account over which Peterson will have no control.

    Brodsky said it will be used first to pay for legal fees and then to hire a private investigator to look for 23-year-old Stacy Peterson, who vanished in late October. Any remaining money will be put into a trust for Peterson's four dependent children, the Web site says. Watch the lawyer say his client has been demonized »

    Peterson, 53, a longtime member of the Bolingbrook Police Department until he quit after his wife disappeared, has denied any involvement in her disappearance. He has said he believes his wife left him for another man and is alive.

    Investigators from several agencies continued their underwater search of a canal just south of Bolingbrook on Tuesday, said Trooper Mark Dorencz. Authorities have not said why they are searching the canal.

    A spokeswoman for Stacy Peterson's family, Pamela Bosco, said she was shocked to learn about the plea for money. She said the funding priorities should be rearranged to hire a private investigator first.

    "His best defense is to find Stacy," Bosco said. "Let's put that as a priority, Drew."

    The site, which collects money through PayPal, appeals for sympathy for Peterson and his children, who "may end up impoverished" by the cost of mounting a defense. The site says "media sensationalism" surrounding the story has caused the family hardship and stresses Peterson's years of public service as a police officer.

    The investigation of the disappearance also has prompted the exhumation of the body of Drew Peterson's third wife, Kathleen Savio. See how the investigation has mushroomed »

    Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow has said after examining evidence he believes Savio's death was a homicide staged to look like an accident. Results of the new autopsy have not been released.

    Peterson has not been named a suspect in Savio's death.

    Brodsky said Tuesday the Web site was his idea, but Peterson approved it. He said without the public's help, Peterson could lose his home to pay his legal bills.

    "It's hundreds of detectives against Drew," Brodsky said. "I don't think anybody could withstand that type of onslaught."

    Brodsky said he would be in court Wednesday seeking the return of vehicles, computers, guns, ammunition and other items seized by police from Drew Peterson's home. The property Peterson wants returned includes eight handguns and three long guns, Brodsky said.

    "By federal law, retired police officers are allowed to carry weapons in all 50 states," Brodsky said, noting that Peterson has not been charged with a crime. "Why shouldn't he have them back?"
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    http://defenddrew.com/

    This Domain (defenddrew.com) Has Been Disabled




    ….If you have wondered why the www.DefendDrew.com website is down….per Sgt. Peterson’s lawyer, Joel Brodsky, the site could not handle all the hits…that it had received more than ONE MILLION hits already….

    …. Brodsky declined to tell us how much money was raised …saying he needs to research the ethics of telling us…but did say he understand the public has a right to know if they are donating but he needs to look deeper into any ethical considerations….

    ….we are also told that the website was put up by both Peterson and his lawyer…
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    I'll state the obvious here: this guy is a piece of shit.

    This guy is so guilty and so arrogant everyone in America is going to enjoy watching him burn. Anyone that sends him a dime should be bitch slapped. I wonder when OJ will open a site asking for money for a private investigator to find the real killers?

    Someone do us all a favor and pop this guy in the nutsack so he can slowly bleed to death a ball-less man.
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    Stacy Peterson’s mother, Christie Cale coincidentally disappeared when Stacy was 15. Three years before Stacy gave birth to this guy's child...

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    3 years? Sounds more like a tragic coincidence. Then again, maybe this guy is more scum than anyone realized.
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    This guy is a total scum. They are also investigating the death of his third wife, and think that he killed her as well.
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    Yeah his third wife was definitely knocked off. It you ever read the cirumstances of how they found her and the events leading up to that, I don't know how he didn't get nailed the first time. I stand by my bullet circumcision proposal.
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    Pastor: Woman Said Spouse Killed Ex-Wife
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    BOLINGBROOK, Ill. (AP) — A former police officer's missing wife once confided in a pastor that her husband admitted killing his third wife, the pastor said.


    Former Westbrook Christian Church pastor Neil Schori told Fox News Channel's Greta Van Susteren in an interview broadcast Monday that Stacy Peterson told him in August that her husband, Drew Peterson, admitted killing his previous wife, Kathleen Savio.

    Schori said he asked Stacy Peterson, Drew Peterson's fourth wife, to clarify what she had said and she responded, "'He killed Kathleen.'" Schori said the conversation occurred when he and Stacy Peterson met at a coffee shop.

    Savio's body was found in her bathtub in 2004 and her death initially was ruled an accidental drowning. After Stacy Peterson disappeared in October, prosecutors opened another investigation into the Savio case, and said it appears her death was a homicide staged to look like an accident. Drew Peterson has not been named a suspect in her death.

    Stacy Peterson offered enough detail to be credible, said Schori, who declined to discuss the details in the interview.

    "But it was very clear that this was not just speculation," he said. "She was not jumping to conclusions."

    Joel Brodsky, Peterson's attorney, did not immediately return an after-hours phone message seeking comment from The Associated Press. But he said on the Fox program that "I'd love to get to cross-examine (Schori) because there are a lot of problems with his story."

    Schori said he thought Stacy Peterson never shared the information about Savio with police. Asked why Stacy Peterson chose to stay with her husband after learning about his former wife's death, Schori said, "My guess would be out of fear."

    Although he has not been arrested or charged, Drew Peterson, 53, has been named a suspect in Stacy Peterson's disappearance by Illinois State Police, who have labeled the case a possible homicide.

    Stacy Peterson was last seen Oct. 28 and was reported missing by her family the next day. Drew Peterson, a member of the Bolingbrook Police Department until he quit after his wife went missing, has denied any involvement in her disappearance. He has said he believes his wife left him for another man and is alive.

    Last month, the Westbrook Christian Church's pastor of spiritual formation told The Associated Press that Stacy Peterson requested an August meeting with a member of their pastoral staff when the church made a routine call to see why she and Drew Peterson had not attended services in recent months.

    The church official made a "judgment call" not to alert authorities and did not consult with other church staff, Rob Daniels said.

    At the time he spoke to the AP, Daniels would not identify the clergy member who met with Stacy Peterson or say where the meeting took place.
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    Drew Peterson says he's been shunned, betrayed

    His former friend, Ric Mims, acknowledged selling his story to the National Enquirer.

    Earlier in the day, Mims appeared before a special grand jury investigating the Stacy Peterson case.

    Peterson chalked up Mims' deal with the Enquirer as just another moment of "et tu Brute?"

    "I've befriended him, he was just some street kid ... and all of a sudden he was here -- my best friend," he said. "I went ahead and let him watch the house when I couldn't be here, and then he's changing sides."

    Peterson claimed Mims has been looking for a way to profit since Stacy disappeared.

    "The first couple days after this happened, he kept saying, 'How can we make money on this?'" he said.

    Mims scoffed at the allegation. He said it was his cell phone bill and big heart that motivated him to talk to the Enquirer. Mims said he would pay his $480 phone bill, most of which came from talking to reporters, then donate the proceeds to the Benefit for Stacy Peterson charity, which will fund the ongoing search.

    "I have not profited from this. This whole thing has cost me money," he said.

    He wouldn't say how much the Enquirer paid him. Mims also declined to discuss the grand jury investigation.

    Should that investigation lead to charges, Peterson's attorney, Joel Brodsky, said any alleged evidence from Peterson's vehicles may be tossed out by a judge on the grounds it was illegally seized. Peterson's vehicles were towed Nov. 1, when the first search warrant was executed. But, according to copies of the warrants, the first one authorized only the search -- not the seizure -- of the vehicles.

    Brodsky said investigators tried to rectify their mistake in a warrant served Tuesday by including language that authorized seizure of the vehicles, which remain in police custody.

    Richard Kling, a clinical professor of law at Chicago Kent with nearly four decades of criminal defense experience, said while there are reams of case law stating items need not be searched where they are found, Brodsky's argument could have merit.

    "The 4th Amendment and the cases that interpret it say that in order for a search and seizure to be valid, the premise to be searched and the things to be seized have to be specified with particularity, other than those things which are in plain view, such as contraband," Kling said. "He may have a point that the first search warrant is problematic because it didn't describe that the cars were able to be seized."

    After reviewing copies of the search warrants, Kling said it appears investigators pieced together a detailed theory about how Stacy Peterson's body could have been disposed of.

    "It's pretty clear that either somebody from the police has come up with this wonderful hypothesis about how the car was used, the body disposed of, or they have witnesses who are giving them what they believe is credible information [and are] looking for specific items," Kling said.

    Some categories were broadened in each subsequent search warrant, and others were more narrowly defined. One example is a section in the second warrant authorizing seizure of "chemicals or chemical containers having the quality to dissolve biological evidence, caustic in nature, or having the qualities of a preservative." In the latest warrant, the language was changed to "objects with chemical traces relating to pool chemicals or any chemical which might be utilized to either retard, mask or accelerate the deterioration or decomposition of a human body."

    "You have to assume that the judge is not issuing warrants on somebody's fantasy conjecture," Kling said. "You have to assume that the judge knows the law, and that if he's issuing warrants, they're based on specific information."

    When Peterson was asked Thursday about going from cop doing the investigating to being investigated, he said: "I gotta go now. It's very ugly being on the other side."
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    The sister of the missing wife of a former police officer says she told Illinois State Police that a gunshot allegedly fired by Drew Peterson narrowly missed Stacy Peterson as she retrieved a soda in the garage. Cassandra Cales says Drew Peterson was in the couple's master bedroom this summer when the gun fired. Cales says Stacy Peterson was scared by the incident and it was never reported to police. She says Drew Peterson patched the hole in the ceiling made by the bullet.

    Bolingbrook police Lieutenant Ken Teppel says Cales notified authorities about the incident. He says the city's police chief thought it was "integral" to the ongoing investigation. Stacy Peterson vanished in late October and her husband Drew has been named a suspect in the case.
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    Drew Peterson's Former Fiancee Goes 'On the Record'

    This is a rush transcript from "On the Record ," December 11, 2007. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.


    GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, HOST: Tonight, you will hear directly from Sergeant Peterson's former fiancee. Kyle Piry was engaged to Peterson for four months back in the 1980s, but she called off the engagement. Why? We'll let her tell you. We sat down with Kyle Piry earlier.

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    VAN SUSTEREN: Kyle, take me back to the very first time you laid eyes on Sergeant Drew Peterson. Where were you and when was it?

    KYLE PIRY, ONCE ENGAGED TO DREW PETERSON: It was approximately 25 years ago. I was working at a gas station. Actually, I was going to school to be a hairdresser and working at a gas station as — well, just working at a gas station. And he came in because there was a call that someone had drove off without paying for gas, and he was one of the officers that came in. At that point, he was very friendly, charming, asked if I was available to date, that sort of thing. And pretty much, that's how it started.


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    Quote Originally Posted by voivod View Post
    what an asshat...



    "For the cost of a few cups of your morning coffee, you can help to ensure that Drew can afford to support his ongoing legal defense, find his missing wife, and divert any remaining funds into a trust for his children," the site says.

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    The word that stands out to me in this is "DIVERT"

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebrownboys View Post
    The word that stands out to me in this is "DIVERT"
    "any remaining" that is...
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    My family and I drove past his house a few weeks ago (he lives 30 minutes away from me).

    I then proceeded to yell "Asshole" out the window. Whether he heard me or not, my job is done I'd like to stone the fucker, but we're getting too far ahead of ourselves.

    Living so close, you can't get away from this shit. This guy is scum of the earth, one of the worst I've ever seen. And he thinks he's done nothing wrong
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