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Old 01-24-2003, 10:21 PM   #1
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The Laci Peterson Investigation

I'm curious as to what you guys think of the missing pregnant Modesto woman. I am watching the news and apparently the husband had a girlfriend She just spoke at a press conference saying that she was his girlfriend but when she found out who he was she broke it off and went to police.

Do you think the husband was involved?

Personally I think Laci will probly be found .. but not alive.
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It will be just a matter of time before they nab the husband with this one.

Mr. Peterson went fishing by himself all day on Christmas Eve with a pregnant wife at home.

Wife was not seen at all on Christmas Eve day.

The girlfriend didn't even know that Mr. Peterson was married. He seems quite the master of deception.

Mr. Peterson took out at $250K insurance policy on his wife - which would make sense until you realize that his wife's policy is larger than his.

He hired a criminal defense attorney days after his wife was "missing". Now, everyone is entitled to a lawyer, but this combined with his silence and minimal effort to search for his wife is suspicious.

The smell test tells me he killed his wife.
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Old 01-24-2003, 10:33 PM   #3
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I think I have to agree.
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My mom has been following this story since it was announced she was missing. Apparently he also took out an insurance policy on her not so long ago. I think she said it was $200,000 and he had denied having the girlfriend.

It's hard to say if he was involved but I kind of have the feeling he could have been in some way. I do agree that if she is found it she won't be alive. I hope and pray that she is alive but am doubtful.
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He is also being looked at as a "possible" suspect in the disappearance of girl who went missing when they were both students at Cal State SLO.

I don't think Laci and her baby are coming home alive...and I think Scott Peterson is responsible. Its just a matter of time before he's arrested.

What kind of husband leaves his 8 1/2 months pregnant wife alone on Christmas Eve...to go fishing 90 minutes away??? That is just unbelievable to me.
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Of course the husband did it. If you pay attention to missing women stories, it's almost always the husband/boyfriend who kills them.
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Interesting about the disapperance of he other girl.

He would have to be a pretty cold hearted man in my book to do anything to harm not only his wife but his unborn child. I just cant wrap my brain around that.
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This makes me really mad.
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Of course the husband did it. If you pay attention to missing women stories, it's almost always the husband/boyfriend who kills them.
The stats I heard on this - 70% of the time, a woman is killed by someone she knows. And one-third of those are by husbands and former husbands/boyfriends.

A sad double-murder of Luci and child.
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Very sad
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sadly I suspected the husband from the very beginning....everything sounded too fishy, like how they found the dog just walking around and stuff
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sad story I've been following it on the news and it's just depressing. I don't think they will find her alive either. :/
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That's horrible. I can't imagine being married to someone and never knowing they were capable of something like that.

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The stats I heard on this - 70% of the time, a woman is killed by someone she knows. And one-third of those are by husbands and former husbands/boyfriends.

The weird thing is that women usually kill people they know as well.
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The stats I heard on this - 70% of the time, a woman is killed by someone she knows. And one-third of those are by husbands and former husbands/boyfriends.

A sad but true fact. When I separated from my first husband, I left notes with everyone in my family to give to the police in case anything ever happened to me. His threats against me were serious enough for a permanent restraining order and I know he was fully capable of following through on them.
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A sad but true fact. When I separated from my first husband, I left notes with everyone in my family to give to the police in case anything ever happened to me. His threats against me were serious enough for a permanent restraining order and I know he was fully capable of following through on them.


My mom was in a similar situation. Twice, actually, but one was so bad that she had to live in a spouse abuse center for several months.
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