To: Chad Fairbanks
They were getting conflicting reasons why they couldn't access the home..Defense team said they didn't want the crime scene "compromised" yet the Peterson clan were in there daily,even swimming in the pool.
Maybe they were sick of being lied to and decided in a moment of desparation to take matters into their own hands to preserve the memory of their daughter and grandson. The only thing they have now are all of these horrific leaks about the brutal way they died.
posted on 05/31/2003 9:32:04 AM PDT
The only thing they have now are all of these horrific leaks about the brutal way they died.
That's a good point - I don't like how THAT played out either, but to react to it in a cold calculated manner, using it as an excuse to do what they did inclines me to not have any sympathy for them...
posted on 05/31/2003 9:36:01 AM PDT
by Chad Fairbanks
(A blind man received a cheese grater as a gift - said it was the most violent thing he had ever read)
To: Jackie-O; All
I missed where the information came from about the defense team swimming in the pool.
Does anyone remember the source/link to that info?
posted on 05/31/2003 9:59:09 AM PDT
"even swimming in the pool"
Whoa! There's a swimming pool at Scaughty's house? I didn't know that, but I probably should have, it being California and all. Has there been any speculation that he could have drown her? After all, if he drowned her, and then dumped her body in the ocean, would there be proof as to whether she drowned in a pool or in the ocean? I'm wondering if chlorine would still be present in the lungs after all this time in saltwater. He could have knocked her out or drugged her, then dragged her to the pool to drown her. There's a wooden fence around the place isn't there? What better way of committing a crime out there after dark and no one being able to see you do it?
posted on 05/31/2003 10:00:02 AM PDT
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