I was talking to a guy in the line at the store. The conversation got around to wives, and he said he had been widowed three times. I said "Three wives, all dead and buried?" He said "Yes."
"What happened to the first one?"
"What happened to the second one?"
"And the third?"
"How did that happen?"
"She wouldn't eat the poison mushrooms."
I first started really paying attention to the Drew Petersen story when I saw this 14 minute video on ABC News Nightline. I guess I heard bits here and bits there before. But there is something about watching video that goes into a bit of depth. My title suggests that I sympathize with his bozo. I do not. Still there is a lot of charm there. Watch the video and ask yourself if you think a killer is talking to you. Note my video on multiply and blogspot is in two parts . The original is at the source website of ABC News. Ed
Fiancee Leaves Drew Peterson After 'Nightline' Story
Peterson Says Fiancee Christina Raines Had Second Thoughts After TV Show Aired
By MARTIN BASHIR, ERIC JOHNSON and KATIE ESCHERICH
Jan. 30, 2009
Drew Peterson told ABC News today that his fiancee dumped him as they watched his interview Thursday on "Nightline." Peterson told anchor Martin Bashir that his fiancee called him a liar, packed her bags, and left. Peterson told Bashir, "The engagement is over because of your interviews."
After Drew Peterson's candid interview with, his girlfriend hit the road.
On Thursday night, Glenn Selig, the former police officer's publicist, called the "Nightline" story fair. Joel Brodsky, Peterson's lawyer, said he believed his client came across as "forthcoming."
ABC News spoke to Ernie Raines, Christina Raines' father, who also watched Thursday's "Nightline" interview. He said it was an accurate portrayal of Peterson and says it definitely contributed to his daughter's decision.
"How dare Drew say he will just get tired of my daughter and then move on!" Ernie Raines said. "Who does he think he is? He's nobody!"
Earlier today Ernie Raines called the Bolingbrook Police Department from outside of Peterson's Illinois home. According to Lt. Ken Teppel, he went to Peterson's house this morning to help his daughter move out. Teppel said Peterson refused to let Ernie Raines inside at which point the father called the police. The officers arrived and began removing Christina Raines' property in plastic bags.
During Thursday night's "Nightline" interview, Peterson said he understood why his future fifth wife's loved ones are concerned for her safety. But Peterson, who is a suspect in the disappearance of his fourth wife Stacy and the death of his third wife Kathleen Savio in their Bolingbrook, Ill., home, said that "I'm a good guy."
Peterson's first two wives have complained about him being very controlling and, before her disappearance, Stacy allegedly told her minister that Peterson confessed to killing Savio.
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