Sunday, November 18, 2007

Drew Peterson - Piece of Work

Is it because Drew Peterson's missing wife's name is Stacy Peterson, which is remarkably similar to that of Laci Peterson who was killed by her husband/slimedog Scott, that Drew feels the need to emulate Scott and his stupidity by granting national TV interviews so that, just in case anyone was on the fence as to whether or not he had anything to do with the disappearance of his wife, everyone can pretty much agree on the fact that something just ain't quite right here?

This guy goes on the Today Show and does an interview with Matt Lauer. (Now, Lauer is a crappy interviewer, but I've seen those pics of him at the beach without a shirt and well, let's just say that all is forgiven, Matt. Take off your shirt and carry on, good man!) Here's a little excerpt from that chat:

LAUER: You have said on occasions that Stacy came to you and said she was seeing someone else, that there was another man. Is it fair to say that you believe that Stacy right now is with that other man?
Mr. PETERSON: She never told me she was seeing another man. She--well, maybe she did. But I believe she's with somebody else right now. (So, "she didn't say...no, wait, yes, she did say that...ah, regardless, that's what I believe." All rightee then....)
LAUER: Let me just go back to, did she or did she not say to you, `I'm seeing someone else, Drew?' (Way to be non-confrontational, Matt.)
Mr. PETERSON: It wasn't put like that. She found somebody else. That was her exact words. (Yes, it is extremely important to make sure that we can quote this missing woman verbatim, because THAT will lead to her being found.)
LAUER: And you believe that she is now not dead, that she is actually run off with another man?
Mr. PETERSON: I believe that, yes. (Might you possibly also believe in the Tooth Fairy and the Easter Bunny as well, sir.)

He clearly doesn't seem to understand how BAD that sounds because it is SO unbelievable. I've known 6 year olds that can lie better than that. By the way, WHEN has a scenario like this EVER turned out like he is describing? When? Oh, never? That's what I thought. NO ONE just ups and leaves and then becomes the focus of a HUGE national media story and crime investigation and doesn't just call the police or a family member and say, "Look, I'm OK. I'm not coming back, but I'm not dead, so goodbye."

Just do everyone a favor, sir, and give it up.

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