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xx Sharon Rocha: Only Death Will Stop Pain
« Reply #105 on: Dec 22nd, 2004, 05:45am »

Laci Peterson's mother says only death will stop the pain of her daughter's murder.

Sharon Rocha released a statement to Court TV that she planned to read the day the jury recommended the death penalty for Scott Peterson.

However, she says she didn't read it because she was overwhelmed.

In the statement, she says she'll never have closure in her lifetime.

"There is no closure. We are only turning the page and beginning the next chapter in our book of life. There will always be a hole in my heart for Laci and Conner. Closure will only occur for me when I complete my book of life, when I die."

In the statement, Rocha also thanked family, friends and strangers for helping in the search for her daughter when she vanished in December of 2002.
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xx For Laci and Conner on Dec. 24, 2004
« Reply #106 on: Dec 23rd, 2004, 11:12pm »

It was two years ago today that Laci & her unborn son were murdered. On Dec. 14th of this year, her husband Scott Peterson was sentenced to death for her murder. May they rest in peace. My thoughts are with the Rocha family this holiday season in light of all the latest events.

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xx Friday Marks Two Years Since Diss.
« Reply #107 on: Dec 24th, 2004, 11:29pm »

MODESTO, Calif. -- Friday marks the two year anniversary of the disappearance of Laci Peterson.


No public memorials were planned to remember Laci and her unborn son, Conner. Instead, the family said they planned to remember Laci privately.

Scott Peterson was convicted of murdering his wife and unborn child. He remains jailed in San Mateo County.

A statement from Laci Peterson's mother, Sharon Rocha, was posted on a Web site dedicated to Laci earlier this week. Rocha said she planned to read the statement following the penalty phase of Scott Peterson's trial but was too overwhelmed.

In the statement, Rocha said the verdicts do not provide closure for the death of her daughter.

"There is no closure. We are only turning the page and beginning the next chapter in our book of life ... closure will only occur for me when I complete my book of life, when I die," she said.

Scott Peterson is expected to be formally sentenced to death on Feb. 25.

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xx Friday is 2-year anniversary of disappearance of
« Reply #108 on: Dec 25th, 2004, 11:07pm »

(Modesto, California-NBC/AP) Dec. 24, 2004 - This Christmas Eve is the second anniversary of Laci Peterson's disappearance.

Peterson went missing on December 24th, 2002, in Modesto, California. The 27 year-old was eight months pregnant.

Her husband, Scott, became the prime suspect almost immediately. He told police Laci went out to walk their dog early Christmas morning while he was away on a fishing trip. The dog returned, but Laci did not.

Scott Peterson was convicted of one count of first degree murder in Laci's death. The jury imposed the death penalty.

Peterson was also charged with one count of second degree murder for the killing of Laci's fetus. He will be formally sentenced on February 25th.

In a statement posted on the family's Web site, Sharon Rocha, Laci Peterson's mother, says the death of her daughter means she'll never have closure until her own death.

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xx Frey: Let Scott rot
« Reply #109 on: Dec 30th, 2004, 07:29am »

The death penalty is too easy for Scott Peterson, who should be forced to rot in prison for years reliving his crime, his former mistress believes.
Amber Frey, the willowy blond masseuse whose steely testimony about his web of deceptions sealed his fate, told NBC's Matt Lauer she would have preferred for Peterson to be sentenced to life in prison instead.

"I felt life [in prison] gives him every day to live with what has happened," she said in her first interview since her ex-lover's conviction. The interview also came just days before her memoir "Witness: For the Prosecution of Scott Peterson" is to be released.

"It's almost to me death is so much simpler ... You know that he doesn't have to live with that every day," Frey told Lauer in an interview scheduled to air on Monday and Tuesday on "Today" and "Dateline."

She became romantically involved with Peterson just weeks before he killed his eight-months pregnant wife Laci and dumped her body into San Francisco Bay.

Frey stayed out of the spotlight since her stunning admission at a 2003 press conference that she had been dating Peterson at the time of his wife's disappearance - and that he had lied to her about not being married.

Court testimony later revealed that when she realized her new boyfriend was the husband of the famously missing Modesto, Calif., woman, Frey agreed to help police by secretly taping phone conversations with Peterson. Those tapes annihilated Peterson's credibility during his trial, as he told her whopper after whopper while police searched for his missing wife.

Frey told NBC her "stomach was turning" as she waited for Peterson to call her. "I was shaking," she said. "My hands were just sweaty."

She also described watching Peterson doing TV interviews shortly after she went public with their affair.

She thought to herself "that he was just a piece of work ... There isn't any truth that comes out of this man's mouth. And I just saw him, you know, as this compulsive liar, I mean, pathological liar."

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xx Scott Peterson's mistress set for prime-time ...
« Reply #110 on: Jan 2nd, 2005, 11:25pm »

FRESNO, Calif. (AP) -- Scott Peterson's mistress still thinks about him periodically and, in a book to be released this week, wrote, "I sometimes wonder if he thinks about me."

The book by Amber Frey, "Witness For the Prosecution of Scott Peterson," is scheduled to be released Tuesday, but was mistakenly sold at a supermarket in the town of Modesto, where Peterson's wife, Laci, disappeared four months before her body was discovered in April 2003 along the San Francisco Bay shoreline.

Before the books were removed from shelves Saturday, the Modesto Bee obtained a copy.


The 214-page book, published by Regan Books, has chapter titles such as "Oh My God! Laci's baby is due on my birthday!" and "Isn't that a little twisted, Scott?"

Frey also writes that she had been afraid during the murder investigation, in which she played a key role by allowing police to tape her telephone calls with Scott Peterson.

Frey testified for six days in his six-month-long murder trial, during which prosecutors played hours of the taped calls. Though Peterson never implicated himself in the calls, they were central to the prosecution's case against him, portraying him as a callous liar who continued to carry on his affair even as police searched for his wife.

Peterson first told Frey he was unmarried, then claimed he had been married once but "lost" his wife. About two weeks later on Christmas Eve 2002, the 27-year-old Laci Peterson disappeared.

Her remains and those of her 8-month-old fetus were discovered not far from where Peterson claims to have been fishing alone the day his wife vanished.

He was convicted Nov. 12 on two counts of murder. On Dec. 13, the jury imposed the death penalty. Formal sentencing is set for Feb. 25.

A partial interview with Frey was scheduled to air Monday on NBC's "Today" show, and the full interview with NBC News' Matt Lauer was expected to air Tuesday


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xx Amber Frey's Book Sheds Little New Light
« Reply #111 on: Jan 5th, 2005, 05:27am »

SAN FRANCISCO - The book written by Scott Peterson's former girlfriend went on sale Tuesday, shedding little new light on the double-murder case but offering a deeper look at a single mother desperate for love.

In "Witness For the Prosecution of Scott Peterson," Amber Frey spends many of the 210 pages outlining how she worked with police and how she handled the publicity generated by the December 2002 disappearance of Laci Peterson and the 8-month-old fetus she was carrying.

Frey, a massage therapist from Fresno, was a star witness during her six days of testimony in Peterson's six-month trial last year. On Dec. 13, the jury imposed the death penalty. Formal sentencing is set for Feb. 25.

Frey, 29, tells the story of meeting Peterson: how her best friend set up the couple after meeting Peterson at a conference, how Peterson coaxed Frey to his hotel room moments after their first meeting to shower and change clothes, then pulled out a bottle of champagne and a box of strawberries from his brown duffel bag.

Later, after dinner, they got drunk and sang "Islands in the Stream" at a karaoke lounge. Frey said she spent that night with Peterson.

"As the evening progressed, Scott said that he was looking forward to settling down, but that he hadn't yet found the right person," says Frey in one of several excerpts released early by the publisher, Regan Books. "The way he looked at me when he said that made me feel he might be wondering whether I was that person."

The $25.95 book, dedicated to the victims of violence and their families, features dozens of photographs of Frey, including a glamour shot taken when she was 18 and two dozen black-and-white frames from a modeling shoot in 2000 that show a short-haired Frey in a see-through negligee.

Frey also describes a nightmare she had about a month after meeting Peterson when she began to suspect he was lying to her. She said a man with brown hair tickled her daughter. As he got increasingly rough, she begged him to stop because he was suffocating her.

Frey then wrote she saw the face of an unknown woman with a bright smile and curly, brown hair who was laughing. Weeks later, Frey said, she realized the woman in her dream was Laci Peterson.

Frey spends much time outlining how she found a lawyer, how she worked with police and how she handled the media.

She also recounts meeting Laci Peterson's mother, Sharon Rocha, who called Frey shortly after her initial news conference. She went to the family's home and met Laci's sister, aunt and stepfather.

"It took a huge weight off my shoulders, just knowing that they knew that I wasn't the enemy," she wrote.

Frey spends dozens of pages rehashing recorded phone calls between her and Scott Peterson that were replayed during the trial.

Frey stops short of saying she believes Peterson is guilty. But when the verdicts came on Nov. 12, she said she felt relief and that justice was served.

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xx Frey's book flies off store shelves
« Reply #112 on: Jan 6th, 2005, 07:40am »

It sold out on the first day at Borders in Pleasant Hill, flew off the shelves and into the hands of bargain hunters at Target in Walnut Creek and is moving well at Barnes and Noble.

"Witness for the Prosecution of Scott Peterson," the new book penned by Peterson's former girlfriend Amber Frey, is also selling well for longtime East Bay independent booksellers who are stocking it, according to some.

"It's selling; I ordered five and they were gone before noon" Tuesday, said Laura Ziock, owner of Altamont Books in Livermore. She ordered 10 more and by Wednesday morning, three had been snapped up.

She and others were expecting a spike in sales after Frey's Wednesday afternoon appearance on "Oprah."

The book, which hit stores Tuesday, includes such chapters as "Oh My God! Laci's baby is due on my birthday!" and "Isn't that a little twisted, Scott?"

Frey, of course, was the star witness in Peterson's six-month trial, which ended in his conviction in November. The jury recommended the death penalty; formal sentencing is scheduled for February.

Even if interest in the book remains strong, sales may not keep up. Some distributors have run out of the book, and there are signs too few books were printed in the first run.

The book had vanished by Wednesday from shelves at Target in Walnut Creek, and sold out the same day at the Borders store in Pleasant Hill. There, the book was placed at the front of the store, a stage reserved for the newest of the new and the hottest of the hot.

Sales were brisk at many of the other Borders stores in the Bay Area, said Pam Chadwick, general manager of the Pleasant Hill store.

Barnes and Noble employees said Frey's book was selling well, but would not elaborate.

Predictions about books' popularity, and how many copies store managers should order, are tricky. It's not a science, especially with first-time authors, Chadwick said.

What managers could conclude was that the book was timely and had lots of media coverage, she said.

A first-day sellout may work to the advantage of Regan Books, the publisher of Frey's 214-page work. No more copies will be available this week, which could add an air of mystery and generate even more interest, sellers said.

Or it could spell the end of the book's 15-minute flash in the pan.

"It'll sell for 10 days, like the Swift Boat thing," Ziock said, referring to the book "Unfit to Command" written by swift boat veterans who spoke out against John Kerry. The election is over, and so is interest in the book, she suggested.

Many small independents or specialty bookstores are not carrying Frey's book. For instance, it would not appear on the shelves of Bay Books unless it became a best seller.

And it isn't selling well everywhere. Cody's Books in Berkeley received 24 copies from the publisher and by Wednesday afternoon had sold "zero," a staffer there said.
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xx Re: Laci Peterson
« Reply #113 on: Jan 7th, 2005, 07:41am »

CBS HAS OPTIONED THE RIGHTS TO AMBER FREY'S LIFE STORY AND HER NEW BOOK, 'WITNESS: FOR THE PROSECUTION OF SCOTT PETERSON,' FOR A NEW LONG FORM PROJECT TO BE BROADCAST ON THE NETWORK
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CBS HAS OPTIONED THE RIGHTS TO AMBER FREY’S LIFE STORY AND HER NEW BOOK, “WITNESS: FOR THE PROSECUTION OF SCOTT PETERSON,” FOR A NEW LONG FORM PROJECT TO BE BROADCAST ON THE NETWORK

The Book Is Currently The #2 Best-Seller on Amazon.com

CBS has optioned the rights to Amber Frey’s life story and her new book “Witness: For the Prosecution of Scott Peterson,” the account of her relationship with the recently convicted murderer, for a new long form project. The book is currently the #2 best-seller on Amazon.com. The story will be developed into a 2-hour movie for broadcast on the CBS Television Network.

“Witness: For the Prosecution of Scott Peterson” tells the previously untold story of a woman who finally meets the man of her dreams only to learn that he may have had a role in the disappearance of his pregnant wife, Laci Peterson, and their unborn son, Connor. Then, Amber Frey contacted the police investigating the case to assist law enforcement trying to find her. In the process, her own normal life is forever changed as the most intimate personal details of the young single mother’s life are reported daily in the media. Pressure builds as Amber takes considerable risks for justice and realizes her testimony and taped telephone calls with Scott Peterson will be key to the prosecution’s case against him.

“Deceived by Scott Peterson, Amber Frey found herself at the center of one of the most explosive and emotional murder trials in recent history. Her story has captured widespread media attention and viewer interest. Having the rights to her life story, as well as her book, provides an opportunity to tell new dimensions of the story and give viewers a personal look into one of the most notorious crimes of the past decade,” said Bela Bajaria, Sr. Vice President, Movies and Mini-Series.

Braun Entertainment Group will produce the television movie. Zev Braun and Philip Krupp (“Lethal Vows,” “Menedez: A Killing in Beverly Hills,” “Tour of Duty”) are the executive producers. Donald Martin (“Rikers,” “Family Sins”) will serve as the writer. Gloria Allred, Amber Frey’s attorney, represented her in the negotiation.
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xx Amber sheds little light in tell-all book
« Reply #114 on: Jan 8th, 2005, 11:26pm »

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Amber Frey’s new book sheds little new light on the case against convicted double murderer Scott Peterson but does offer a deeper look at a single mother desperate for love and how she was charmed by a smooth-talker.
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Frey, 29, the Fresno massage therapist who became Peterson’s girlfriend and later the star prosecution witness at his six-month trial for the deaths of his wife and her fetus, wrote the 210-page book herself.
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In “Witness For the Prosecution of Scott Peterson,” which is dedicated to the victims of violence and their families, Frey tells the story of meeting Peterson: How her best friend set up the couple after meeting Peterson at a conference, how Peterson coaxed Frey to his hotel room moments after their first meeting to shower and change clothes, then pulled out a bottle of champagne and a box of strawberries from his brown duffel bag.
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Later, after dinner, they got drunk and sang “Islands in the Stream” at a karaoke lounge. Frey said she spent that night with Peterson.
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“As the evening progressed, Scott said that he was looking forward to settling down, but that he hadn’t yet found the right person,” Frey wrote, according to a news release issued by the publisher. “The way he looked at me when he said that made me feel he might be wondering whether I was that person.”
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The $25.95 book features dozens of photographs of Frey, including a glamour shot taken when she was 18 and two dozen black-and-white frames from a modeling shoot in 2000 that show a short-haired Frey in a see-through negligee.
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Frey also describes a nightmare she had about a month after meeting Peterson when she began to suspect he was lying to her. She said a man with brown hair tickled her daughter. As he got increasingly rough, she begged him to stop because he was suffocating her.
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Frey then wrote she saw the face of an unknown woman with a bright smile and curly, brown hair who was laughing. Weeks later, Frey said, she realized the woman in her dream was Laci Peterson.
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Frey spends much time outlining how she found a lawyer, how she worked with police and how she handled the media.
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She also recounts meeting Laci Peterson’s mother, Sharon Rocha, who called Frey shortly after her initial news conference. She went to the family’s home and met Laci’s sister, aunt and stepfather.
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“It took a huge weight off my shoulders, just knowing that they knew that I wasn’t the enemy,” she wrote.
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Frey spends dozens of pages rehashing recorded phone calls between her and Peterson that were replayed during the trial.
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Frey stops short of saying she believes Peterson is guilty. But when the verdicts came on Nov. 12, she said she felt relief and that justice was served.
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The 32-year-old former fertilizer salesman was convicted of first-degree murder in his wife’s death, and second-degree murder in the death of her eight-month-old fetus. Last month, the jury recommended a death sentence.
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On her first meeting with Scott Peterson: “As the evening progressed, Scott said that he was looking forward to settling down, but that he hadn’t yet found the right person,” Frey wrote, according to a news release issued by the publisher. “The way he looked at me when he said that made me feel he might be wondering whether I was that person.”
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On her two calls to police when she explained she was dating Peterson: “‘You don’t understand,’” I said. “’I’ve been dating this guy. He’s supposed to be on his way to Europe, and now I’m finding out that he’s here and he has a pregnant wife and that she’s missing?!’”
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On her calls to Scott when he said he was in Europe: “This guy is unbelievable. His wife is missing and presumed dead and he’s talking about French food and big churches and cobblestones.”
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On her helping the police: “I kept thinking, I have to do everything I can to help these police officers. I have to help them find Laci and her baby.”
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On her feelings at the guilty verdict: “I didn’t know what I felt exactly, but I do know that I was completely overwhelmed. For two years Scott Peterson had taken over my life, and it was finally over. The pain. The heartache. The lies. The personal attacks. The ridicule. The way complete strangers had had the gall to question my integrity and my morals.”

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xx Amber Frey Gloria Allred Book Deal Was Based On
« Reply #115 on: Jan 11th, 2005, 05:12am »

Gloria Allred and Amber Frey are liars. Gloria Allred and Amber Frey are profit driven. Gloria Allred and Amber Frey couldn’t give a straight answer about the book or movie deal to Greta Van Susteren "On The Record" last night. Greta Van Susteren is the first interviewer to even get near the truth. Greta Van Susteren went "On The Record" last night and exposed Gloria Allred and Amber Frey for what they are, liars. They claim Scott Peterson is a habitual liar. Scott Peterson is an amateur liar compared to Allred and Frey. Scott Peterson needs to get some real investigators working for him. Court TV allegedly hired a private investigator. Court TV apparently didn’t care for the results of his investigation. Court TV then allegedly fired him because he wasn’t getting the truth they wanted to hear. We don’t know if this is what Court TV did, but it's what a source told us, and I believe it’s something Court TV might do. Huck says Gloria Allred and Amber Frey are liars. Thanks to the Ask Huck feature sources do come forward. Huck also knows that Gloria Allred won’t claim she’s telling the truth because Huck will bring witnesses forward that will testify she’s not.

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What is going on in this case? Does anyone really care who actually murdered Laci Peterson. Is this just a case of Laci Peterson being used for personal gain? Laci Peterson deserves the truth, as does our justice system, as do you. Oh yes and before I forget about our "friend" Dan Abrams over at the Abrams Report. I was amazed when Dan Abrams soft balled a question to Amber Frey. Dan Abrams asked her whether or not she was upset by what Scott Peterson did to her. Frey responded by saying that she wasn’t. That it wasn’t a motive for her coming forward and going to the police. Give me a break. Amber Frey is a liar. What female would not want to bury any man and get even with him if they did what Peterson did to Frey? Dan Abrams needs to find some better butt to be kissing. Dan it’s not worth getting your lips dirty over Amber Frey and Gloria Allred’s collective asses.

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Now some of you may want to believe Amber Frey testified truthfully with no incentive to lie. Well wrong, guess again. One of our sources first contacted us right after Amber Frey testified. They said that Amber Frey’s book deal and the numbers, as in the amount of money Amber Frey would be paid, was "contingent on Scott Peterson being convicted."

The source went on to state, "Amber was told by Allred that if Peterson walked, the deal would probably be withdrawn. At the very least they would have to discuss with the publisher if there was any interest in a book at that time." The source was asked if Amber Frey knew about this arrangement before she testified. They said, "Absolutely, no doubt about it. She was told by Gloria Allred that there probably wouldn’t be a book if there wasn’t a conviction." This doesn’t mean Amber Frey lied. But it sure is an incentive to lie wouldn’t you say?

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xx Peterson sentencing hearing delayed
« Reply #116 on: Jan 27th, 2005, 07:23am »

REDWOOD CITY — Judge Alfred Delucchi delayed convicted double-murderer Scott Peterson's formal sentencing to March 11.
"The defense informed Judge Delucchi that they would be unprepared to go forward on (Feb.) 25," said a San Mateo County Superior Court spokeswoman. "The judge will be here on Feb. 25 to continue the matter."

Reached by phone Tuesday, defense attorney Mark Geragos declined to comment on his reasons for requesting the delay.

But Geragos denied a report published in the Modesto Bee Tuesday that the request for a delay was caused by the death of his father. The Bee attributed that information to Geragos' co-counsel, Pat Harris.

"Last time I checked and we put a mirror under his nose he was still breathing," Geragos said. The defense attorney added that his father did recently have a stroke, but that he is recovering and at work at the family law firm.

A San Mateo County jury convicted Peterson, 32, of murdering his wife, Laci, and the fetus she was carrying in December. The same jury recommended a sentence of death.

Delucchi has the final word on Peterson's sentence and could reduce it to life in prison without the possibility of parole if he feels the jury reached its recommendation improperly.

If he upholds the jury's recommendation as expected, then Peterson will be moved from his cell in the Maguire Correctional Facility to San Quentin's death row.

Peterson's legal team will file appeals based on the judge's removal of three jurors during jury deliberations. The defense has also argued the jury was swayed to its death recommendation by the cheering crowd and mob-like atmosphere at the courthouse.

Peterson is also facing a number of civil cases, including a wrongful death lawsuit brought by Laci's family in Stanislaus County.

The criminal case moved to San Mateo County in January 2004 after a Modesto judge determined that Peterson could not receive a fair trial there.

Laci's family is reportedly seeking the Modesto home that Laci and Scott shared, as well as cash damages resulting from Laci's death, and her funeral and burial costs.

It is unclear whether the prosecution will contest the defense's request for more time. John Goold, a spokesman for the Stanislaus County District Attorney's Office, could not be reached for comment by press time.

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xx Amber Frey Agrees To Visitation Rights
« Reply #117 on: Jan 28th, 2005, 07:18am »

FRESNO — Scott Peterson's former mistress made a brief appearance in a Fresno courtroom, agreeing with a former boyfriend on visitation rights to their child.
Attorneys representing Frey requested the case files be sealed, and the judge agreed. The negotiations between Frey and David Markovich, the father of 9-month-old Justin Dean Markovich, were held behind closed doors Wednesday.

When Frey, her attorneys and Markovich appeared in court, it was only to hear the judge read an order regarding the agreement they had reached in private with the help of a mediator.

The terms were not discussed in court, but both Frey and Markovich answered "yes" when asked if they understood the written order and agreed to abide by it. Neither party wanted to comment further.

Frey was the star witness in the case against Peterson, who was convicted in November of killing his wife, Laci, and her eight-month-old fetus. The same jury later recommended he receive the death penalty.

Peterson told Frey he was single when they began seeing each other shortly before Laci Peterson disappeared. Her taped phone conversations with him proved pivotal to jurors, exposing Scott Peterson as a liar who seemed unconcerned by his wife's disappearance.

Frey's recently published account of her involvement in the case, "Witness: For the Prosecution of Scott Peterson," is on several best-seller lists.P> The 29-year-old Fresno massage therapist also has a daughter from a previous relationship.

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xx Scott Peterson's other woman speaks
« Reply #118 on: Jan 29th, 2005, 11:26pm »

Scott Peterson reportedly bought a 50-pound bag of cement mix right around the time his pregnant wife Laci disappeared into the San Francisco Bay. The Shining was his favorite movie. He had a filet knife, a folding saw, duct tape and a shovel in his car when he was arrested.

There was a time - James M. Cain's - when details like these would be steamily amplified by the writer who described them. Now the opposite happens: Synthetic, pious, sanitized versions of reality are in vogue. The latest evidence is Witness: For the Prosecution of Scott Peterson, a book with Amber Frey, Peterson's ex-girlfriend, as either its author or its pretext. Multiple ghostwriters have hashed over her story to come up with lines such as "W-what do you mean his wife is missing?"

Why would anyone want to read Frey's account? Most of it has already been plastered all over every possible tabloid, magazine and television outlet. There's not much more for her to say, except that Pink Lady is her favorite kind of apple (Peterson once made her a caramel-coated version) and that her favorite Christmas ornament was an angel made out of a clothespin. Oh, and that "to me, Scott Peterson would always be a wolf in sheep's clothing." advertisement




Still, the book has managed to reach the top of the New York Times non-fiction bestseller list. Voyeurism doesn't explain that - and Frey isn't helped by the lousy writing to be found here. ("I had given Scott my body, but - much as I wanted to - I still hadn't given him my heart.") But it helps that everyone in the book, including Peterson, with whom Frey had "trust issues," speaks self-help jargon. And that Frey, a massage therapist, describes a great deal of weeping, repenting and communicating with God.

"You do need someone, Amber," she says God told her. "And you'll find someone." She also writes that God was on her side during Peterson's trial. And she recommends that Peterson, whom a jury recommended be sentenced to death, seek God's forgiveness in a hurry. The book refers frequently to the Bible, especially when describing the enlightenment Frey experiences in its closing pages.

"I was overcome by a sense of power and possibility," she writes. "I didn't know what lay ahead, but I knew I was on the right path, and I felt incredibly good about myself." That's a sunny improvement from her role as the other woman in an adultery-murder scandal.

Frey displays little insight into Peterson's character, motives or behavior. She is even less sharp about the news media furor that she experienced firsthand.
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« Reply #119 on: Feb 2nd, 2005, 07:12am »

FRESNO - The court that hosted Scott Peterson's murder trial is facing funding shortfalls in the case's aftermath because the county where the trial originated hasn't fully repaid the costs, a San Mateo County Superior Court judge said Tuesday.
The six-month trial, and three additional months of jury selection, cost San Mateo County Superior Court more than $700,000 - of which only $400,000 has been reimbursed, said Presiding Judge George Miram.

Peterson was convicted Nov. 12 in the murders of his pregnant wife, Laci, and the fetus she carried. Jurors fixed the penalty at death. Peterson is set to be formally sentenced March 11.

Until then, he remains in the San Mateo County jail.

The trial was moved from Modesto in Stanislaus County after a judge there found Peterson couldn't get a fair trial in the town where the couple lived.

State law requires costs for moving a trial be paid by the original court, but Miram said money has been coming in too slowly.

Miram said the San Mateo court had spent $517,039 as of November 2004. An additional $225,000 has been spent since then, he said.

"It's money out of pocket for us," Miram said. "The day will come, if we don't get reimbursed, that we'll be looking at a loss of positions or layoffs."

Stanislaus County Court Executive Officer Michael Tozzi said Tuesday his court cannot afford to pay any additional costs to San Mateo County without cutbacks to Stanislaus court services or layoffs.

Tozzi said his court has asked the state for financial assistance.

But Miram said San Mateo shouldn't have to wait.

"We're out the money and it seems to me that the party responsible for payment under law is Stanislaus, and if they're going to seek reimbursement from the state, do that, but pay us now," he said.

Tozzi said in addition to the exorbitant costs his court can't afford, Stanislaus officials dispute some of the trial charges. Miram countered that his court has provided "pages and pages and pages of documentation for various bills."

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