Today Drew Peterson was found guilty of the murder of his 3rd wife, Kathleen Savio. I don't know if the facts of the case warranted a guilty verdict, but with one dead wife, and another missing after she reportedly threatened to tell about the murdered one, I think it's a good bet he did it. Most likely murdered that 4th wife, Stacy Peterson, as well. But that's not what I wanted to write about.
And while those lawyers were enjoying their press, and the judge was allowing the jury to amuse themselves, family and friends of Kathleen Savio sat quietly throughout the trial, as well as family and friends of Stacy Peterson.
Today Kathleen Savio's family finally got justice for her death. They will never see Kathleen again, but at least they know that Drew will never again be a free man.
Stacy Peterson is still a missing person, her family does not have an answer to what happened to her much less justice for her disappearance.
It disturbs me to no end, that the memory of these two women did not automatically engender respect in that courtroom, and out.
Really. WTF? Why?