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Monday, June 09, 2008

Drew Peterson offers reward for wife Stacy

It's easy to offer a reward for something that can never happen. Note that it states "info leading to Stacy's return". His inner circle may eventually turn on him rather than face charges of disposal of body, or the interference of evidence concerning the investigation. But only he knows where he put her body in the 3-day "clearing his head" trip after Stacys murder, uh, I mean disappearance.

BOLINGBROOK $25K for info leading to Stacy's return
Originally published May 1, 2008
Six months after Stacy Peterson vanished, Drew Peterson has put up a $25,000 reward for information that leads to the safe return of his missing fourth wife.

The former Bolingbrook police officer -- labeled a suspect in her disappearance -- said Wednesday he wants to find his 23-year-old wife because their children miss her and he wants to clear his name. "Maybe the money will prompt someone to come forward with a lead," Peterson said in a statement.

"Her children miss her, and people believe I have something to do with her disappearance."
Stacy Peterson's relatives -- who already are offering a $35,000 reward for information -- immediately dismissed Drew Peterson's reward as a ploy.

"Offering $25,000 this late in the game is nothing more than Drew seeking media attention," said Pam Bosco, a spokeswoman for Stacy Peterson's family.
Stacy Peterson vanished last Oct. 28 from the Bolingbrook home she shared with her husband.
Drew Peterson, 54, has said he thinks she voluntarily left him, possibly for another man. But Drew Peterson was named a suspect by investigators last November. Police also are reviewing the 2004 death of his third wife, Kathleen Savio.

He couldn't be reached Wednesday for additional comment on the reward.
Tips are to be sent to stacytips@yahoo.com. This reminds me of the tip line set up by the Scott Peterson family in search of Laci Peterson. Of course no tips went to law enforcement.

"All e-mails that contain harassing, obscene or threatening messages are warned that such communications are illegal, and all such e-mails will be forwarded to law enforcement for prosecution," said Peterson's lawyer, Joel Brodsky.

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