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Bad girls and gone girls: Why the media tired of ‘missing white women’ - The Washington Post

You remember their names, because the media wouldn’t let you forget them: Laci Peterson, Natalee Holloway, Elizabeth Smart, Chandra Levy, Lori Hacking — young women who disappeared under mysterious circumstances. 80 more words


Scott Peterson Appeal - Sink or Swim? (post)

Fact-based Reporting by

Rob Roman and Amanda Chen

The same model as Peterson’s 14 foot Sportfisher boat

An appeal was filed for Scott Peterson on July 5th, 2012 and is winding its way through the California Supreme Court system right now. 4,877 more words


Netflix Review: "The Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story"

This true tale of murder and deception concerns Scott Peterson, who was tried in a California court for allegedly killing his pregnant wife, Laci.

Rating: 2/5… 197 more words


For Laci: A Mother's Story of Love, Loss, and Justice by Sharon Rocha

You may have heard about the murder of Laci Peterson in December of 2002. She was almost eight months pregnant when her husband, Scott, killed her.  328 more words


Book(s) of the (Last Few) Days

Silly things like work and trying to keep the lights on have prevented my posting for a couple of days, and for that I apologize. But I return, with the haul for the week… and a little bit of an irritation with “true crime” books. 964 more words


Scott Peterson living a “cushy” life on death row

More than a decade ago, Scott Peterson made headlines after being convicted of murdering his wife, Laci Peterson, and their unborn son. Ten years later, Geraldo Rivera and author Nancy Mulane have revealed that Peterson has been spending his days quite comfortably in San Quentin prison. 82 more words

Human And Civil Rights

The Ballad of Scott and Laci: Murder and Betrayal in the Valley of Almonds.

The Central Valley, often referred to as the nucleus of the state of California, is one of the most productive agricultural regions in America. The Mediterranean climate creates hot, dry summers and wet, cold winters. 3,017 more words

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