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    Video showing bathtub re: Kathleen Savio Peterson


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    Lots of video links here

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    Drew's mother, Betty Morphey phone interview


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    'He was a knight in shining armor'

    ROUGH LIFE ON THE ROAD | 'We had a - - - - - - up childhood,' says Stacy Peterson's sister, who fears she is dead. 'I'm not going to give up until I find her,' the sister vows.


    November 11, 2007
    http://www.suntimes.com/news/metro/6...ling11.article

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    Geraldo interviews Drew Peterson




    November 11, 2007
    BY DAN ROZEK Staff Reporter/drozek@suntimes.com

    With the media camp growing outside his Bolingbrook home, Sgt. Drew Peterson took his case to Geraldo Rivera Saturday. Off-camera, he insisted he had nothing to do with his wife’s disappearance and complained to the Fox Network broadcaster that stress caused by media coverage has caused him to lose 25 pounds.
    http://www.suntimes.com/news/metro/6...gtv11a.article

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    Missing Illinois Mom's Neighbor Reports Cop-Husband's Odd Behavior to Police

    Saturday, November 10, 2007
    BOLINGBROOK, Ill. — A neighbor of an missing Illinois woman filed a police report against the woman's husband and recalled seeing the mother of two sitting at the end of her driveway in tears a week before she disappeared, she told FOX News.
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    Search continues for missing Bolingbrook woman

    Searchers have been passing out flyers in the disappearance of Stacy Peterson. The wife of a Bolingbrook police sergeant has been missing for two weeks now.

    Another big search will be launched for the 23-year-old mother Monday.

    Sgt. Drew Peterson did leave his home for a while to avoid the media, but he was back home Sunday night, and his family remained by his side.

    http://abclocal.go.com/wls/story?sec...cal&id=5756198

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    Peterson's Family Seeks More Aid From Law Agencies

    Search Organization Seeking Donations; Family Says They Will Never Give Up

    BOLINGBROOK, Ill. (CBS) ― The focus of the search for Stacy Peterson is now shifting from land to water; her family says no matter how long it takes, they will never give up.

    After spending Sunday distributing flyers with Stacy's picture on them – the missing 23-year-old's stepsister and brother-in-law acknowledged that after two weeks, it is not likely Peterson is still alive.

    "If she was out there and saw all this I'm pretty sure she'd come forward and say 'hey I'm OK,'" said Debby Forgue, Peterson's stepsister. "I know she would not want to see her family go through this."

    Drew Peterson has made only brief appearances outside his home this weekend, where he is caring for the couple's two small children.

    "Whatever might have happened to her, we will find justice and we will find Stacy as a family," said Matt Simmons, Stacy Peterson's brother-in-law.

    http://cbs2chicago.com/local/drew.pe....2.564863.html
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    Search firm's chief heads to South to help find missing teens

    The director of a national search firm that has been scouring fields and woods for Stacy Peterson said Sunday he is leaving Illinois to start searches for two missing teens in the South.

    Tim Miller, founder and director of Texas EquuSearch, has been organizing daily searches for the mother of two who was last seen by her husband Oct. 28.

    Miller said he spent Sunday reviewing last week's findings, including hundreds of aerial images. In the coming days, volunteers will scale back the ground search and concentrate on bodies of water before icy temperatures make those searches impossible, he said.

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/l...i_tab01_layout

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    Source: Husband's story vague

    Bolingbrook police Sgt. Drew Peterson has maintained since the first day of his young wife's disappearance that she ran off with another man.

    But an unnamed source told the Chicago Sun-Times that Peterson has been vague about his whereabouts Oct. 28, the day Stacy Peterson went missing, and his "timeline doesn't make sense."

    Stacy Peterson, 23, was supposed to meet a family friend for a painting project that morning but never showed. Unsuccessful in their attempts to reach her, family reported her missing by 4 a.m. the following morning.

    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/h...ING_S1.article

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    Searchers Take Day Off To Regroup, Pass Out Fliers

    Volunteers and friends searching for a missing mother of two from suburban Chicago took the day off to regroup and raise awareness about Stacy Peterson.

    Searchers were passing out fliers at area malls and grocery stores Sunday.

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    The volunteer group Texas EquuSearch spent the day reviewing more than 2,500 high-resolution images taken from an airplane as it flew over a 25-mile diameter around Bolingbrook.

    http://www.nbc5.com/news/14567761/de...l?dl=mainclick

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    'He was a knight in shining armor'

    Growing up, Stacy Peterson was on the move.

    But no matter where her family went, trouble followed.

    There was an absent mother. Alcoholism. Domestic violence. Troubled finances. Two sisters who died young. A brother in prison. More than 20 addresses, and with them, new schools.

    Her younger sister, Cassandra Cales, 22, revisits the family's history bluntly.

    "We had a - - - - - - up childhood," she said. "It was tough."

    Out of this chaos emerged Stacy, quiet, maternal, organized, crafty, pretty, a good student who graduated early from Romeoville High School, a young woman forced to grow up too soon.

    http://www.suntimes.com/news/metro/6...ling11.article

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