Scott Peterson reminds me of the James Woods character in the movie “Eyewitness,” about whom a seasoned detective (Steven Hill) says, “Aldo must’ve wanted to be a suspect when he grew up.”
Even if he’s as innocent as the day is long, he certainly isn’t acting like it. The big time defense attorneys, like Gerry Spence and Mark Geragos ask, well, what does a guilty person act like? I’d say a lot like Scott Peterson, who attempted to divest himself of every shred and remnant of his former life, before the body got cold. I’m with Clint Van Zandt and Michael Baden on this one, who agree that the cops don’t search your house for 2 straight days in an attempt to clear your name.
I feel so sorry for Laci and her family, for her having married a man who appears to be the biggest snake of all time. According to him, Laci, in her 7th month of pregnancy with their first child, was “okay” with Scott’s admission he was having an affair. Puh-leeze. My bet is that before the sun went down on December 24 that she was chum, and it gives me no pleasure to consider that possibility.