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Final Words Scott Peterson Said To Wife Before Killing Her Revealed

Scott Peterson has been in jail for some time now for the murder of his wife, Laci. Now, some new information is surfacing that might change things.

In a new docu-series titled ‘The Murder of Laci Peterson’, never heard before voicemails between Laci and her husband, Scott Peterson, could potentially lead to a drop of all charges, decades after Scott’s arrest for the murder of his wife and unborn baby. While the evidence heard in Mr. Peterson’s 21-week-trial appeared to be conclusive, the recent voicemail message and never-before-heard phone calls from Mr. Peterson, who is facing death row, has given rise to a slew of unanswered questions and speculation as to whether Mr. Peterson is actually innocent.

A voicemail left by Mr. Peterson on Christmas eve in 2002 was the last-ever phone call he made to his heavily pregnant wife. Mr. Peterson also recalled the final moments he shared with his wife before her disappearance. “Hey beautiful, I just left a message at home. Uh, its 2:15, I’m leaving Berkeley. I won’t be able to get to Vella Farms to get that basket for papa. I was hoping you would get this message and go on out there,” Mr. Peterson said in the voicemail. “I’ll see you in a bit sweetie. Love ya. Bye.”

Mr. Peterson had an alibi for every moment after he had left his home to the time he returned to find his wife missing. Claiming first to have gone to his warehouse to do some work, before driving two hours to go fishing in Berkley. Receipts from the area have proved that Mr. Peterson’s alibi was solid. Mr. Peterson did not return home for a number of hours, only sending the alleged voicemail to Laci in the mid-afternoon. When he returned home to find his wife missing, he told prosecutors that he believed his wife had gone to her mother’s house. Thirty minutes later, when Mr. Peterson confirmed that Laci was not visiting with family, Laci’s father called 911.

“I wasn’t the last one to see Laci that day,” Mr. Peterson reaffirmed from inside the prison. “There were so many witnesses that saw her walking in the neighborhood after I left.” A number of eyewitnesses in the neighborhood have come forward, confirming they saw Laci’s dog walking around the neighborhood after Mr. Peterson had left for the office.

“After I had talked to the police man and given my statement about seeing the dog in the park, nothing was followed up,” Mr. Mike Chiavetta, an eyewitness, confirmed. Mr. Peterson’s sister-in-law, Janey has been Mr. Peterson's most avid defender from the beginning of the ordeal, stating that “there was over 11 witnesses who saw Laci that day, this was all while [Mr. Peterson] was at the office and on his computer, so he’s innocent.”

Despite the seemingly compelling evidence suggesting that Mr. Peterson is, in fact, innocent, there are a number of facts that equally condemn him. On the day of his arrest, Mr. Peterson was carrying multiple cell phones, $15,000 in cash, sleeping pills, his half-brother’s ID, a dagger and a shotgun. Mr. Peterson was also in possession of 10 Viagra tablets and a map that supposedly led to his mistress’ workplace.

The docu-series, which is due to be released in six installments, will also cover the gory details of the discovery of Laci’s body as well as the body of her son, Conor.

Source: Daily Mail
Photo: MailOnline

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