Media Darling Drew Peterson and the "Legal Media Marshmallow Roaster" are headed to New York for another yet another round with Matt Lauer. Today marks the fourth month anniversary in the disappearance of Stacy Peterson, mother, sister, spouse and in my opinion, murder victim. The nation has watched patiently, waiting, until Stacy Peterson's case is solved. And while we wait, all we get is more of the same. A circus act to be sure as two grown men walk and talk in pathetic costume. Each, ever so carefully speaking the universal language of those in our world who have been arrested, charged, swat team visited and perhaps murdered those they profess to love. The native tongue is at times clever and manipulative. Their tribe is called: Abuser.
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It has been a busy twenty-four hours at the Peterson household. On Wednesday at nine in the morning, four armed police officers knocked at the door and served subpoena's for both the teenage boys to appear before the grand jury, today at nine in the morning. Unless Peterson has another rabbit to pull out of his cap, while he in doing his media dance, the boys will be at the grand jury hearing pertaining to their mother, Kathleen Savio.
Excerpts from http://www.chicagotribune.com/ ---In yet another turn of events, Peterson will have his personal items returned within the next few weeks। But, just a couple hours ago, Peterson's gun card permit was revoked. So Peterson's firearms will not be returned because he has no legal license to own or carry weapons.
Under the Firearm Owner's Identification Card Act, a card may only be revoked for specific reasons, such as a conviction for a felony or domestic battery within five years, admittance to a mental health facility, providing false information on an application for the card and being subject to an existing order of protection.A card also may be revoked if the cardholder's mental condition is found to present a clear danger to the person or other people. Some denials or revocations occur automatically when a person is convicted of a crime or committed to a mental facility, but others can be granted at the request of law enforcement, a family member or doctor, said state police Master Sgt. Luis Gutierrez. Last year, the agency denied or revoked 26 FOID cards.Meanwhile, while Brodsky and Peterson flew to New York for his third appearance on the NBC show, Brodsky's law partner, Reem Odeh, questioned the way the case was being managed."I'm concerned that there's more emphasis and more of an effort to cater to the media frenzy than there is to looking into the issues surrounding the investigations," Odeh said. "It just seems to me that when there's nothing going on with the investigation and things are quiet in the media, it seems like sometimes either Joel or Drew says something to start the media frenzy all over again."Brodsky has mounted an aggressive campaign for media coverage. Asked whether she discussed those issues with Brodsky, Odeh said, "Absolutely. I don't think it's appropriate. I think it is in the client's best interest to keep it quiet and focus on the case. But he just says the case is going to make us famous and we're all going to get book deals."Odeh said she plans to meet with Peterson and tell him that she believes he should behave in a more professional manner, and if that doesn't happen, she will push to have him dropped as a client.