The sad truth is, "sources close to the case" aka "sources close to the investigation" aka "anonymous sources" told many more lies than Scott Peterson ever dreamed of telling.
This is one of them -- can any one of you find this in any of the Amber taped phone transcripts? Why not? Because it's a lie; a blatant, bald-faced lie! But on August 24, 2003, when this story broke, millions of Americans relished in the joy of finally having some evidence to nail Scott.
In a Fox News exclusive, sources close to the case said that during a taped phone call between Peterson and Frey, Frey asked her former lover whether he'd had anything to do with his wife Laci Peterson's disappearance.
Responded Peterson, according to the sources: "Yes … uh … uh … but no. But I know who did and I'll tell you later when I see you."
Did any of them change their minds when the hours and hours of tapes played at the trial failed to include this excerpt? Of course not. They just reverted to the same ole same ole "it didn't really matter if this one piece of evidence proved to be a lie, because there were so many other things that proved he was guilty." And when you pin them down, and one by one expose those pieces of evidence as lies, it's like shooting ducks at a carnival -- they just keep popping up with the same already-exposed-as-lies evidence. Their logic reminds me of this scene from Monte Python's Holy Grail