Sgt. Drew Peterson is presumed innocent until proven guilty in the recent disappearance of his wife, Stacy. But no one can doubt that something fishy was going on with the Coroner's Jury that determined that his previous wife, Kathleen Savio, died from accidental drowning.
The only police officer called to testify never was at the death scene, and didn't attend the autopsy, where eight separate injuries were noted on Savio's body.
The coroner asked him if there was "any signs of a struggle noted at the scene?"
The officer answered: "no there was not."
"Any signs of a struggle or defense wounds?" the coroner asked.
"No, there was not," the officer answered.
"And there was a little bit of blood in the tub?" the coroner asked.
The officer said, "That's right."
I sincerely hope that this officer is prosecuted to the maximum for lying under oath and impeding a criminal investigation. We do not need good ole boys covering for each other.