Last Friday I received the book Justice in America by Cheney Mason and I am excited to read it. Imperfect Justice by Florida States Attorney Jeff Ashton was great & Presumed Guilty by Jose Baez told some interesting things about the Casey Anthony case that weren't in the media already.
The book was eventually published & released by the Goldman family under the new name If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer. In the book OJ walked through the night of the Nichole Brown & Ronald Goldman murders and he said a 2nd man was with him named "Charlie" and then goes into detail on how the murders would have taken place IF he Did it.
by local Patch.com editor Joseph Hosey are great books for anyone who followed the Stacy Peterson case. The Lifetime movie The Drew Peterson Story: Untouchable was based off Joe's book Fatal Vows.
1. "Do you know the whereabouts of your wife Stacy?"
2. "Did you receive a phone call from your wife, Stacy, on the evening
of October 28th, 2007, telling you that she was leaving you?"
The result was deceptive.
3. "On Sunday, October 28th 2007, did you last see your wife Stacy in
your home before going to bed after coming home from work?"
Answer was, "Yes."
And it was scored as a deceptive.
He compared the trial to a competitive sports match and he explained how shocked he was at the "Not Guilty" verdict. Ashton talked about the countless lies they caught Casey in, discovery of Caylee's body & the controversial behavior from the defense attorney Jose Baez. While being interviewed in Tampa Bay they asked “Do you think there will ever be justice for Caylee?” Jeff Ashton responded “Not justice in the legal sense, but there’s always karma.”
Again, Imperfect Justice was a great book, easy to read and I own the Audio Book & the hard cover; if anyone followed the Casey Anthony case or are interested in Law, I suggest you check it out; you won't regret it.
DREW PETERSON: Ex Illinois Cop
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7 years ago in October 2007 I started following the Drew Peterson story, Drew was a Bolingbrook police officer who lived just 15 miles from me in a small town called Bollingbrook.
His 4th wife wound up missing while his previous wife before her drown in an empty bathtub. I thought immediately either he was the most unlucky man in America or he was involved in both wives deaths.
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I don't know what it was about the Drew Peterson case that I found so intriguing, maybe it was the fact he was the sole suspect in his wife's missing person case yet he was scheduling himself on interview after interview on prime time TV.
He did an interview on The Today Show, Dateline, Dr. Phil, Larry King Live, & Good Morning America, Drew could not stay away from the TV yet he wondered why the media thought he was Guilty. It was always about Him.
5.8 million people had their eyes glued to the TV set. Rob Lowe played Drew and he looked uncannily similar to the convicted wife killer.
"Charming Chicago-area officer Drew Peterson (Rob Lowe) seemed virtually “untouchable” in more ways than one when it came to his womanizing ways, having been married three times before landing the eye and affection of Stacy Cales (Kaley Cuoco), a woman half his age."
Lifetime movie Drew Peterson: Untouchable
OJ Simpson: "The Juice"
Being sentenced in the 2007 robbery case the judge said "The evidence in this case was Overwhelming." Too bad the case in 94 didn't have the same findings.
After being found Guilty of armed robbery, at sentencing OJ addressed the court “I stand before you today, sorry, somewhat confused, I didn’t mean to hurt anybody and I didn’t mean to steal from anybody,“ he said. “I didn't know I was doing anything illegal. I thought I was confronting friends and retrieving my property.” OJ, I believe you know what is right and wrong & I also believe in Karma, you are behind bars right now serving at least 9 years on a 33 year sentence.