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The Scott Peterson murder case

Postby JFlosum » Fri Jun 27, 2003 7:32 pm

The Scott Peterson murder case is the highest profile murder case in the country at this time. Do you think he is guilty? Do you think there has been too much, too little media coverage? Do you think he can and will get a fair trial? Or do you believe his lawyer’s story suggesting some cult killed here in a ritualistic sacrifice.

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Re: The Scott Peterson murder case

Postby JFlosum » Tue Jul 01, 2003 7:18 pm

Don’t underestimate the resources of the “cults” in California. Including witches, warlocks and animal and human sacrifices. Their members include many very rich and very smart people and may of them professionals from all walks of life.

Also keeping mind that where you find cult activity you usually find a lot drugs and where ever you find drugs in huge quantity, there stands a better then even chance that law enforcement is out gunned, out moneyed and yes, out smarted.

Another money-making enterprise for cults is sex, the kinkier the better.

I don’t mean to defame the great state of Wisconsin and seeing as I don’t live there any longer and haven’t for some years I have no first hand knowledge, but I’d be very surprised if the state was free of this deviate behavior.

The first place I’d look if I were inclined to do so would be the University of Wisconsin in Madison. That school has history of freedom of expression that spans the entire spectrum.

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Re: The Scott Peterson murder case

Postby NurseNell » Wed Jul 02, 2003 7:20 am

Originally posted by JFlosum:
Do you think he is guilty?
Let's see, he's cheating on his wife, has dyed his hair, changed his appearance,has $10,000 cash on him, and he's near the Mexican border. Yes, I think he's guilty. He's a lying, low life scumbag, IMHO.
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Re: The Scott Peterson murder case

Postby JFlosum » Wed Jul 02, 2003 7:13 pm

NurseNell,

He certainly hasn’t exactly presented himself as the picture of innocence has he? Not until he hired that expensive mouthpiece anyway. Man that lawyer has got some brass!!

However, remember Gary Condit? Lot of folks were quick to rush to judgment there too. But turned out he was not guilty of anything Clinton had done.

I meet Condit at a political function some time before the issue was alive. Did not like the guy, pompous ars is the way he came across. But I don’t think he deserved to get his life destroyed. And even if he did, certainly his wife and kids shouldn’t have been crucified the way they were.

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Re: The Scott Peterson murder case

Postby Fushia » Sat Jul 05, 2003 10:33 am

Guilty!!!!

It was highly publicized, he might get a fair trial in Iraq! (Not in this country...too public.)


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