Besides being addicted to power, control abuse and murder? Drew Peterson’s latest appetite includes burgers, fries and greasy pre-packaged chicken wings washed down with several vodka gimlets.
Last week Peterson took his dolls and dishes elsewhere when WGN’s Randy Miller said no way to plugging the pre-packaged food on his show. As most abusers, when someone doesn’t do as they are told, you get punished. So Peterson attempted to punish Randy Miller and stiffed him the day of the interview.
Imagine how often Kathleen Savio was punished for not doing as she was ordered. Yes I said ordered. I can’t imagine the humiliation when Kathleen learned her husband was involved with an underage child. Here she is a devoted mother of two boys trying to provide a home and life for she and her children while Peterson prances about town with someone old enough to be his daughter. How about Peterson’s fellow co-workers? Did they think what he was doing was repulsive? Most of all Drew Peterson was violating the law himself with a minor. I think they have a name for it, oh yes, RAPE. With whom he paraded in bars and restaurants. And don’t think for a moment Peterson didn’t put that old tin badge to use when a cocktail waitress would approach the underage minor and the over the hill cop to take their drink order. “It’s okay as he reaches in his pocket” ordering drinks for the two of them.
And after Kathleen was found “drowned” in her own bathtub minus water and blood you would think cops on the Bolingbrook police department would speak up and investigate the case properly. Or maybe they were silenced with Peterson’s charming threats. You know he has friends in high places. Including the former States Attorney Tomczak with whom Peterson had a lot of personal history.
As Peterson continues to invade the airwaves, 18 months after his current wife vanishes [remember he is still married]we don’t hear the voice of a grieving or concerned husband. Instead, Peterson is a bloody pitchman for food and some bar downtown desperate for warm patrons. You know people who are still among the living able to go to their homes and be with their children and family.