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    Another autopsy planned for Peterson's 3rd wife

    A noted forensic pathologist is expected to conduct a private autopsy of a Bolingbrook police sergeant's third wife, who drowned mysteriously in 2004.

    Michael Baden, the former New York City chief medical examiner, was brought in at the request of Kathleen Savio's family.

    "It's not for law enforcement purposes; it's for the benefit of the family," said Charles Pelkie, spokesman for Will County State's Atty. James Glasgow.


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

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    Man who found body of former officer's third wife defends officer

    A man who found the body of former police officer Drew Peterson's third wife in a bathtub three years ago says when Peterson saw the woman for the first time he was obviously surprised — and distraught.

    "He checked her pulse right away to see if she was dead or alive. Then he was, 'Oh my god, what am I gonna tell my kids? What am I gonna tell my kids?'" Steve Carcerano said today.

    http://www.rrstar.com/homepage/x799509649

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    AMW MISSING DATA FILE FOR Stacy Ann Peterson

    Disgraced Bolingbrook Police officer Sgt. Drew Peterson opened the floodgates on November 14th when he went on both NBC's Today and Dateline NBC, and now the once camera-shy suspect has spoken with AMW Correspondent Jon Leiberman.

    Leiberman says Peterson was calm, cool, collected, and even cordial during their November 15 conversation. Leiberman started off by asking Peterson if he wanted his wife back. Peterson responded "Whether or not I want Stacy back now is questionable. It would take a lot of talking for me to take her back."

    http://www.americasmostwanted.com/mi...e.cfm?id=50297

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    Expert: Peterson's 3rd wife was slain

    The ex-wife of a Bolingbrook police sergeant found drowned in her bathtub three years ago was murdered, according to a noted forensic pathologist who autopsied her remains Friday at the request of her family.

    Former New York City chief medical examiner Michael Baden said in an interview with Fox News personality Greta Van Susteren that the remains of Kathleen Savio showed bruises that indicated a struggle, leading him to conclude her death was a homicide, not an accident as a coroner's jury previously ruled.

    "I don't think there's any possibility this was an accident, and I don't think there's any indication this was suicide," Baden said.

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

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    Drew's history of cheating

    Dave Brown has Drew Peterson, in part, to thank for a fantastic 26-year marriage.

    "I'm so glad Drew let her go," Brown said of his wife Carol, who was married to Peterson from 1974 to 1980. "She's the most leveled-headed and good-looking person on the planet."

    Carol Brown, now 50, was the first wife of Peterson, the former Bolingbrook police sergeant named a suspect in the disappearance of his fourth wife.

    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/h...ING_S2.article

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    Attorney: Don't Make Savio's Death 'Entertainment'

    In response to a conclusion by an independent pathologist that Drew Peterson's third wife died in a homicide, Peterson's attorneys said her death "should not be a source of entertainment."

    As CBS 2's Rafael Romo reports, nationally renowned pathologist and former New York City chief medical examiner Dr. Michael Baden concluded that Kathleen Savio died in a homicide. He said it was evident that she had been the victim of foul play after just taking a first look at Savio's body, which was exhumed earlier this week.

    "My experience has been normal, healthy adults don't die accidentally in bathtubs, period," Baden said.

    http://cbs2chicago.com/local/kathlee....2.570332.html

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    Need for control drove Peterson, families say

    Whether Drew Peterson was sitting in his squad car watching her as she left the mall or calling her eight times while she got a haircut, Stacy Peterson was accustomed to being the main object of her husband's attention, her family and friends say.

    Ultimately, though, Peterson, a former Bolingbrook police sergeant, had a need to control his wife that got to be too much, they said. Last year, while her sister Tina was dying of cancer, Stacy would stay at her home, sometimes for long stretches. One day, Drew showed up unannounced to see if she was cheating on him, her sister Cassandra Cales said.

    "That's when she said, 'You know, I can't do this anymore,' " Cales said.


    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/l...ck=3&cset=true

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    Peterson Search Goes On Amid Savio Developments

    Drew Peterson is defending himself and talking to reporters Saturday about a pathologist's conclusion thathis third wife didn't die by accident.

    Peterson says he's gotten used to the commotion, but referred any further questions to his attorney.

    "Well you're just intimidating my family. Everyone's grown used to it, althought it's grown nuisancey," Peterson said Saturday about the media attention regarding his last two wives. "I'm just ready for anything that may come."

    Peterson is responding to a conclusion by an independent pathologist that Drew Peterson's third wife died in a homicide, Peterson's attorneys said her death "should not be a source of entertainment."

    http://cbs2chicago.com/local/kathlee....2.570332.html

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    Peterson's 1st wife describes doting husband

    Carol Brown was five months pregnant with Drew Peterson's first child when she had a miscarriage. She had been bed-ridden in the weeks before, and Peterson was by her side, bringing her food and "always being very supportive of me," she said.

    It would have been the couple's first child, and Peterson was devastated, she said. Speaking publicly for the first time since the disappearance of Stacy Peterson, Peterson's fourth wife, Brown, 50, described her ex-husband's support during the traumatic pregnancy and painted a more nuanced portrait than the increasingly controlling and suspicious husband described by his second wife and relatives of other wives.

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/l...,7591973.story

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    Hundreds turn out for Peterson vigil

    BOLINGBROOK--About 200 people, 50 members of the media and two black dogs made the walk Saturday evening from the residence of the late Kathleen Savio to Stacy Peterson;s house.

    Friends and relatives arranged the candlelight vigil which covered the two blocks separating the residences of Drew Peterson's third and fourth wives.

    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/h...gil_s1.article


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    Video of Drew's reaction to the vigil and autopsy findings.

    "Things are going, and I'm doing it, and I'm ready for anything that may come," he said. "I lost 30 pounds, Jenny Craig's got nothing on me, 'cause I've lost 30 pounds through this ordeal."

    http://abclocal.go.com/wls/story?sec...cal&id=5768354

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    Drew Peterson Says He's Coping During Ordeal

    There are new comments from Drew Peterson Sunday morning. They come after a third autopsy was performed on his third wife, casting more doubt on the circumstances surrounding her death. CBS 2's Rafael Romo reports on what Peterson had to say.

    Speaking to reporters outside his Bolingbrook home Saturday night, Drew Peterson said he's coping with his situation.

    "I'm just ready for anything that may come," he said. "So I'm just working through the days. I'm doing fine. I'm just, uh, I lost 30 pounds. Jenny Craig has got nothing on me 'cause I lost 30 pounds through this ordeal, you know, it's very nerve-wracking."

    http://cbs2chicago.com/local/drew.pe....2.570736.html

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    Police Turn To Man From Stacy Peterson's Past

    Investigators in the disappearance of Stacy Peterson have turned an eye to a Shorewood man from her past she reached out to just three weeks before she vanished.

    Searches have been conducted in the area around the home of 35-year-old Scott Rossetto, and authorities have called him before a grand jury this week, he said.

    A police source, however, said investigators do not count him as a suspect in Peterson's disappearance. Instead, the source said investigators have speculated that Peterson's body may have been dumped near Rossetto's home in an effort to frame him as the killer.

    http://www.nbc5.com/news/14632199/de...l?dl=mainclick

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    Missing Mom's Early Romance Hid Dark Future Ahead
    Toward the End, Stacy Peterson Wanted a Divorce, Friends Say
    By CHRISTINE BROUWER

    Nov. 18, 2007 —

    "By all accounts, Stacy Peterson once loved her husband, 53-year-old police sergeant Drew Peterson.

    But by the time she vanished from her home in Bolingbrook, Ill., three weeks ago, friends say she had grown fearful of the man they say mentally abused her, and had decided to end the marriage.

    "She would always look over her shoulder," said family friend Bruce Zidarich of meeting Stacy in the weeks before she went missing. "She said, 'I'm gonna tell him that I want a divorce.' ... It came up more and more often."

    It wasn't always that way. Stacy Peterson's disappearance, say her relatives and friends, capped an explosive seven-year relationship that started with a teenage girl swept off her feet with attention and gifts from a man 30 years her senior, then turned progressively sinister as her once-loving husband grew increasingly controlling and suspicious, forbidding her to see family and friends, and accusing her of infidelity."

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    ""Stacy Cales was just 16 years old when she met Drew Peterson, according to her sister, Cassandra Cales. She had recently graduated high school a year early and was working the night shift as a receptionist at a local hotel.

    "He was a night commander," Cales said of Drew Peterson, who was in his late 40s at the time and a two-decade veteran of the Bolingbrook Police Department. "He used to go in there and check on her -- you know, sweep the hotel and make sure that everything was okay."

    The pair started dating. But Stacy, still underage, didn't immediately tell her family about the new man in her life. Drew Peterson was married at the time to Kathleen Savio, his third wife."

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    Peterson allows reporter inside his home

    Drew Peterson, a suspect in the disappearance of his fourth wife, Stacy Peterson, invited an ABC7 Chicago reporter inside his home Sunday night to show what life has like for him in recent days.

    No cameras were allowed inside the home during the brief visit. It is possible that the whole purpose of inviting ABC7's Sarah Schulte inside was to try to show how normal life is inside of the Bolingbrook home.

    http://abclocal.go.com/wls/story?sec...cal&id=5768354

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