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« Reply #520 on: November 15, 2007, 07:29:23 AM »

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From Nancy Grace transcripts..11/8/2007

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: How in the world did he get away with dating a 17-year-old girl? It is illegal in Illinois. If an 18-year-old boy is caught having sex with a 17-year-old girl, he is arrested and then has to register a sex offender. How did he get away with it?

LALAMA: That`s a good question. But Joe Hosey from "The Herald News," my understanding is he claims he went to the department, said, I have a 17-year-old girlfriend, and they said, No problem, right?

JOE HOSEY, "HERALD NEWS": I don`t think he necessarily went to the department. The department found out about it, and they went to the state`s attorney`s office, he says, and he was given an opinion that it was OK. The problem -- she was 17, he was 47. That`s legal unless he`s in a position of authority. The department was saying as a police officer, he`s in a position of authority, but apparently, the state`s attorney`s office felt otherwise.
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Seems like the States Attorney's office didn't do their job on this one. They had reason to look at him on two separate occasions!


OLDENCRABBY......In answer to your post yesterday.
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« Reply #521 on: November 15, 2007, 09:22:39 AM »

I am very bothered by this guy who found DP's wife in the tub.  Something isn't right.  Why the hell is DP calling him after his interview and asking him how did he think he did.  I get a strange feeling this guy is hiding something.
My thought also,SAN  DP calling this guy instead of a family member to open the door, was his back up plan.
DP knew his wife was dead( IMO) and he needed someone else to discover her dead body, not himself.
DP set this guy up.
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« Reply #522 on: November 15, 2007, 09:46:17 AM »

I am very bothered by this guy who found DP's wife in the tub.  Something isn't right.  Why the hell is DP calling him after his interview and asking him how did he think he did.  I get a strange feeling this guy is hiding something.
My thought also,SAN  DP calling this guy instead of a family member to open the door, was his back up plan.
DP knew his wife was dead( IMO) and he needed someone else to discover her dead body, not himself.
DP set this guy up.


This guy stated that he wasn't in contact that much with DP and that their kids went to school together.  He said he went over Drew's house a couple of times since wife #3 died.  Now all of a sudden they are best friends and he is speaking to Drew a few times a day.  My question is WHY?  Drew's best friend no longer believes him and others are keeping their distance.  Common sense would tell you that Drew is a murderer and this guy is putting his life and family at risk by talking to this murderer.  I would want him far away from my family.  JMO.
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« Reply #523 on: November 15, 2007, 09:55:48 AM »

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November 15th, 2007 at 9:47 am

Watching local Fox news; body found in Lemont which is very close to Bolingbrook. Police on the scene.
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« Reply #524 on: November 15, 2007, 09:58:47 AM »

Breaking News At least one set of human remains has been found in at Route 83 and Archer Avenue in unincorporated Cook County near Lemont.
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Let's not forget that Lisa Stebic is also missing not far from Bolingbrook and Lemont.
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« Reply #525 on: November 15, 2007, 10:01:56 AM »

Breaking News At least one set of human remains has been found in at Route 83 and Archer Avenue in unincorporated Cook County near Lemont.
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Let's not forget that Lisa Stebic is also missing not far from Bolingbrook and Lemont.

Well I hope it is one of them.....These families have been through a lot and knowing they will have closure will ease their mind some.  Unfortunately it is not the outcome we all wanted.
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« Reply #526 on: November 15, 2007, 10:02:06 AM »

Breaking News At least one set of human remains has been found in at Route 83 and Archer Avenue in unincorporated Cook County near Lemont.
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Let's not forget that Lisa Stebic is also missing not far from Bolingbrook and Lemont.

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One of the bodies is african-american, according to WFLD-TV. So…
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« Reply #527 on: November 15, 2007, 10:03:38 AM »

Breaking News At least one set of human remains has been found in at Route 83 and Archer Avenue in unincorporated Cook County near Lemont.
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Let's not forget that Lisa Stebic is also missing not far from Bolingbrook and Lemont.


Klaas.. Fox chicago says two bodies found!!
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« Reply #528 on: November 15, 2007, 10:03:59 AM »

Bodies found in Unincorporated Cook Co.
Police are investigating the discovery of two bodies in the southwest suburbs along Route 83 near Archer.

http://abclocal.go.com/wls/front#

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« Reply #529 on: November 15, 2007, 10:06:12 AM »

Two Bodies Found 
 
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Off Rt. 83 in Lemont 
Police are on the scene in Lemont where two bodies have been found off Route 83. More from Traffic Reporter Sondra Solarte. 

http://www.myfoxchicago.com/myfox/pages/Home/Detail?contentId=4941789&version=1&locale=EN-US&layoutCode=VSTY&pageId=1.1.1
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« Reply #530 on: November 15, 2007, 10:07:57 AM »

Klaas,
Are the two bodies together or at separate locations or do you know?
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« Reply #531 on: November 15, 2007, 10:16:54 AM »

Klaas,
Are the two bodies together or at separate locations or do you know?

According to the video at this site, the bodies were found in an excavation area by workers.  Sounds like 2 bodies.  May have nothing to do with Stacy Peterson or Lisa Stebic but who knows?

http://cbs2chicago.com/

Screen captures from the video (sortof graphic):



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« Reply #532 on: November 15, 2007, 10:21:54 AM »

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Bodies Found At Excavation Site
Posted: Thursday, 15 November 2007 9:08AM

LEMONT, Ill. (WBBM) -- The Cook County Sheriff's department has confirmed that two bodies have been found in the unincorporated Lemont area - near the DuPage County line.

WBBM's Steve MIlller reports.

Sheriff's office spokeswoman Penny Mateck says about 7:3o a.m., a construction crew found the bodies near Route 83 and Jeans Road.

Workers were on the scene - in the process of paving a 9-and-a-half mile bike path just west of Highway 83.

Those workers tell Newsradio 780 the two bodies were found on the bike path near some paving equipment.

More than one of those workers says the bodies may be that of a woman and a child, wrapped in blankets.

That is not confirmed yet by the sheriff's office.

Sheriff's department spokeswoman Penny Mateck says evidence technicians are on the scene.

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« Reply #533 on: November 15, 2007, 10:25:25 AM »

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At Least 1 Body Found In Suburban Excavation Site
Sheriff's Police, Medical Examiner On Scene
Reporting Kris Habermehl

LEMONT TOWNSHIP, Ill. (CBS) ¯ At least one and possibly two sets of human remains have been found at an excavation site in southwest suburban Cook County between Burr Ridge and Lemont.

The body or bodies were discovered at the site just off Route 83 and Archer Avenue, in the river basin between the Sanitary and Ship Canal and the Des Plaines River.

The remains were covered in sheets and blankets, and it was not learned if that happened before or after the people died. It appeared also that one set of remains was bound by either cords or rope.

There was no indication of the identification of the dead, or how the person or people died.

Cook County sheriff's police detectives and county Medical Examiner's office investigators were on the scene as of 8:30 a.m. They were examining tire tracks and other trace evidence near the scene and taking photographs.

The Medical Examiner's office would only confirm that one body had been found.

There was no immediate evidence that the bodies found were related to any current missing persons cases.
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« Reply #534 on: November 15, 2007, 10:37:31 AM »

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November 15th, 2007 at 10:36 am

the site where they found two bodies is less the twelve miles from Drew’s house. I don’t think this has anything to do with Stacy unless she really did have a boyfriend and he got them both!!!!
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« Reply #535 on: November 15, 2007, 10:39:35 AM »

http://cbs2chicago.com/local/bodies.found.lemont.2.568417.html

2 Bodies Found In Suburban Excavation Site
Sheriff's Police, Medical Examiner On Scene


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Kris Habermehl LEMONT TOWNSHIP, Ill. (CBS) ― Two sets of human remains have been found at an excavation site in southwest suburban Cook County between Burr Ridge and Lemont.

The bodies were discovered at the site just off Route 83 and Archer Avenue, in the river basin between the Sanitary and Ship Canal and the Des Plaines River. Crews are working to pave a bike path at the site.

The remains were covered in sheets and blankets, and it was not learned if that happened before or after the people died. It appeared also that one set of remains was bound by either cords or rope.

There was no indication of the identification of the dead, or they died.

Cook County sheriff's police detectives and county Medical Examiner's office investigators were on the scene as of 8:30 a.m. They were examining tire tracks and other trace evidence near the scene and taking photographs.

Initially, the Medical Examiner's office would only confirm that one body had been found.

There was no immediate evidence that the bodies found were related to any current missing persons cases.
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« Reply #536 on: November 15, 2007, 10:41:42 AM »

Interesting ~!


Is Drew in denial - or hiding something?
http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/...RSON_S1.article

November 15, 2007
By Jennifer Golz Staff writer
Drew Peterson appeared on NBC's "Today" show to clarify misconceptions about himself he believes the media has created.

But Naperville-based psychologist Laura Faynor-Ciha says the interview left her with more questions than answers. "He sounded disconnected from the situation in an overall sort of way, and what does that mean?" she said. "Is he separating himself from the pain and loss of family or from something he did wrong? "The interview didn't clarify that for me."

Peterson granted his first national on-camera interview to Matt Lauer on Wednesday in New York. He spoke about his marriages to his third and fourth wives: the deceased Kathleen Savio, and missing Stacy Peterson, whose disappearance is as mysterious as the death of her predecessor. Peterson, 53, has been named a suspect in the Illinois State Police's investigation into the possible homicide of the 23-year-old Bolingbrook mother of two, who was last seen Oct. 28, two days after she reportedly told her cop husband she wanted a divorce.

"Stacy would ask me for a divorce after her sister died on a regular basis...it was based on her menstrual cycle," Peterson said told Lauer. "He certainly seems to give women's hormones a lot of power," said Susan Ahmari, a psychiatrist with Linden Oaks Hospital at Edward. "But I'm not sure hormones are so erratic for women so frequently. "I think it's something people joke about," she said. "Even women joke about PMS affecting their moods if they're irritable, but for it really to affect women's behavior in a significant way is very uncommon." Assuming Peterson was correct in his testament to Stacy's mood swings, it would have been even more uncommon for him to have married two women affected by the hormones so much that it resulted in the demise of each marriage.

Peterson's third wife, Savio, 40, was found dead March 1, 2004, in a waterless bathtub of the Bolingbrook home she once shared with her then ex-husband. Although the death was ruled an accidental drowning at the time, the case has been re-opened by the Will County state's attorney and her body was exhumed earlier this week for further forensic testing. During the interview, Peterson described his relationship with both Savio and Stacy in similar manners. "In the beginning it was very romantic," he said of both wives, but later went on to call each relationship "an emotional roller coaster." "At first it was very romantic, until she had children," Peterson said of Savio. "Hormones kicked in and again it was an emotional roller coaster."

Faynor-Ciha said Peterson is not the first and won't be the last husband to complain about his wife's hormones. "But not every man who complains about his wife's hormones has a wife who goes missing or who is mysteriously found dead in the bathtub," she said. She said Peterson is distancing himself from his relationship with both women, so much that he's also distancing himself from the children he fathered with each. "It's when our children were born, not 'her children'" she said. "It sounds like the children and hormones have gotten in the way of him staying connected in those relationships." Peterson told Lauer he hasn't told the children he shares with Stacy that their mother is missing, instead saying she's "on vacation."

Both mental health professionals noted Peterson's detachment and lack of emotions during the interview. "I think the overall tone of his interview is generally way removed - removed from responsibility about what could have happened to her (Stacy)," Faynor-Ciha said. The denial could be a coping mechanism, or it could be something else. "We don't know if the source of denial is that he has done something wrong and he's covering it up, or is he not wanting to deal with the fact that he over-reacted and pushed things too far in the relationship," Faynor-Ciha said.

When confronted with the e-mail Stacy wrote to a friend that described her relationship with her husband as "abusive," Peterson denied they were written by his wife and insisted they were fabricated. Peterson seemed to fumble when asked by the morning news anchor about his claims of Stacy having run off with another man. "She never told me she was seeing another man," Peterson told Lauer, and then just as quickly changed his response to, "Well maybe she did. She 'found somebody else,' that was her exact words."

Even if Stacy was depressed, it's not enough cause for Ahmari to believe she would run off without another word to family and friends. "Just because you're depressed doesn't mean you would be completely irrational and impulsive," she said.

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« Reply #537 on: November 15, 2007, 10:44:14 AM »

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/chi-bodies_webnov16,1,3474742.story

2 bodies found near Lemont
Tribune staff report

9:35 AM CST, November 15, 2007

 
 
Two bodies have been found near southwest suburban Lemont, and the Cook County medical examiner's office sent personnel to the scene.

The discovery was made early this morning near Jeans Road and Illinois Highway 83 near the Des Plaines River and the Chicago Sanitary & Ship Canal, according to police officials. The area is near the Cook-DuPage border.

Helicopter footage from the site showed the remains bound and wrapped in white sheets. A Lemont village official said the police chief was notified by officials that the body of a man and a woman were found at the site.

Cook County sheriff's officials were on scene this morning, but the department spokeswoman could not immediately provide information.

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« Reply #538 on: November 15, 2007, 10:46:59 AM »

http://www.suntimes.com/news/metro/...riend15.article

November 15, 2007
BY KARA SPAK Staff Reporter/kspak@suntimes.com

Stacy Peterson wasn't the type to date around. With the exception of her husband, whom she met when she was 17 and married when she was the 19-year-old mother of his fifth child, she only had one serious boyfriend as a Romeoville High School student. That boyfriend, Ralph Chira, talked about her Wednesday. He discussed his surprise when she started dating Drew Peterson, a man 30 years her senior, how Peterson proposed to Stacy two years before they married, and how Chira's experiences with Stacy don't jibe with Drew Peterson's statements on the "Today" show. Drew Peterson reiterated Wednesday his wife left him for another man. State Police are calling Drew Peterson a suspect in a possible homicide investigation.

A high school psychology teacher paired Chira with Stacy for a class assignment that involved her walking him around the school blindfolded. He bumped into a railing on a second-floor balcony. She grabbed his arm, nervous he would fall. "She was about to cry," said Chira, now 26 and the manager of a Meijer meat department. "She was so heartfelt with everything she does. She was just really concerned." The chance encounter spurred a three-year romance that included two proms, dinners out and the first serious romantic relationship for both.

Chira said while he knew he wouldn't go to college, Stacy started at Joliet Junior College right after graduating from high school. She was studying nursing there before disappearing Oct. 28. Though he said they were both falling in love for the first time, the pair never discussed starting a family. The only discussions involving children were how not to have them, he said. In 2001, Chira and Stacy broke up after he said he started spending more time with his friends. Weeks later, she told him she met Drew Peterson. "She told me he was older, a Bolingbrook police officer," Chira said. "She worked overnight [at a hotel], and I guess he would come in there and make her feel safe."

Soon thereafter, Chira said she told him Drew Peterson had asked her to marry him, though he was married to Kathleen Savio. Stacy told Chira she said yes. She never mentioned Savio, who divorced Peterson in 2003 and was found dead in a bathtub in 2004. Stacy and Drew Peterson married after his divorce in 2003 and the birth of their son.

Chira said he saw Stacy frequently shopping at Meijer. He said he saw no outward signs of the depression or moodiness Drew Peterson spoke of on "Today." Nor did he remember any unusual behavior associated with her menstrual cycle. Peterson claimed Wednesday she would ask him for a divorce when she got her period. "She seemed happy," Chira said of the last time he saw her, about six weeks ago. Unlike Drew Peterson, he has participated in searches for her
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« Reply #539 on: November 15, 2007, 10:49:24 AM »

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Body language experts: 'Something doesn't smell right'

http://www.suntimes.com/news/metro/...-body15.article

November 15, 2007
BY SHAMUS TOOMEY Staff Reporter/stoomey@suntimes.com

NBC's Matt Lauer told Drew Peterson he seemed "extraordinarily calm and collected." Body language experts aren't so sure. After watching the interview, Lillian Glass said Peterson's hard swallowing, clenched jaw, rigid posture, shoulder movements and more left her unconvinced about what Peterson told Lauer.

Another expert, Kevin Hogan, said Peterson's rapid eye blinking could indicate nervousness -- or deception. Glass, also a communication psychologist, took issue with what Peterson said and how he said it, including focusing on himself more than his missing wife. "When you look at all of those, your gut reaction is, something doesn't smell right," Glass said. Sitting rigid in his chair suggested Peterson was trying to control himself, she said. Lifting his shoulders during answers suggested he wasn't telling the truth, she said. Hogan found it odd that Peterson laughed after asking his wife to "come home." "Is he guilty of the disappearance, I don't know," Hogan said. "Is he acting out of character for a normal person, very much so."
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