I watched the mob of people cheer, and clap outside the courthouse, when Scott Peterson was found guilty. These people couldn't find ways to exhibit their mugs to the cameras. One would think they were at an NFL football game, cheering their favorite team. I'm a little astonished I didn't see them holding bags of peanuts and popcorn in their hands. Many of these spectators could of cared less about the tragic events of the Peterson and Rocha family. There they were, smiling, laughing and waving, trying with great effort, to plant themselves right before the cameras for the world to see them.
It's expected, to express emotion in a cases such as these, but please try to show a little compassion for all those lives involved in this tragedy. What I found unforgivable was the crowd of barbaric bloodsuckers who yelled insults at Jackie Peterson, the poor elderly and sick mother of Scott Peterson, as she left the courthouse.
I can comprehend Scott Peterson's actions appeared to make him guilty, but the verdict shall leave me with doubts, since he was found guilty solely on circumstantial evidence.
I somehow find this case reminiscent of " The case of Dr. Samuel H. Sheppard", from which the movie, "The Fugitive" was inspired. Sheppard was accused of murdering his wife Marilyn Sheppard for which he served 10 years in an Ohio Penitentiary. His son, Sam Reese Sheppard, has made countless efforts to prove his father's innocence, but has been unsuccessful.
I watched the Scott, Laci Peterson trail from start to finish. I feel I know personally everyone on Courttv, as well as both families. My heart goes out to the Rochas, the Petersons and mostly for Laci Peterson and her unborn child.
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