Episode #77 // The Murder of Laci and Conner Peterson and the Case Against Scott Peterson, Part 2
In 2002, pregnant Laci Peterson went missing on Christmas Eve. Her husband Scott was eventually arrested and found guilty of her and their unborn son's murders. Over the past nearly 20 years, many people have condemned Scott, while many people have come to his defense. In part 2, we go over other possible other suspects or theories of who may have murdered Laci and Conner. Finally, we discuss whether Scott got a fair trial, and if he deserves a new one.
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Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.
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This episode was researched, written, and recorded by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Editing by Kevin Kiesewetter. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved. Not Your Normal Murder is partnered with the Oracl3 Network.