Negligence by State of Illinois Results in Probable Death and Disappearance of Stacy Peterson

In 2004 Bolingbrook Police Investigators determined that Kathleen Savio died as a result of accidentally falling and drowning in her waterless bathtub.  Dr. Bryan Mitchell the Coroner, the EXPERT, who analyzed the evidence in 1984, concluded that Savio died as a result of an accident.

Bolingbrook Police Sergeant Drew Peterson is cleared of any wrongdoing in harming his third wife, Kathleen Savio in 2004 by the Bolingbrook Police and the Will County State’s Attorney James W. Glasgow

In 2007 Dr. Larry Blum another forensic pathologist exhumed Kathleen Savio’s body and despite the deterioration of four years concluded just the OPPOSITE of Dr. Mitchel and found that Kathleen Savio have been the victim of a homicide.

Dr. Blum has testified that Dr. Mitchel was respected in the field and had conducted an orthodox and professional autopsy.

Two experts both working for the State of Illinois came to completely opposite conclusions in their forensic analysis of the evidence.

Fast forward to 2007 when Drew Peterson’s fourth wife Stacy Peterson disappears and the public scrutiny zeros in on the Bolingbrook Police Department and Will County State’s Attorney James W. Glasgow like a red hot iron to hold Peterson accountable for the death of Kathleen Savio.

Forced by the public outcry,Will County State’s Attorney James W. Glasgow re-opens the Savio case and charges Peterson with her murder.  On September 6, 2012 Drew Peterson was found guilty of murdering Kathleen Savio.  During media session, Prosecutor Glasgow stated, “without the help of the state police reconstructing the case we, the prosecutors, could never proved it.”

Yet the only reason why Drew Peterson was held accountable for murdering his third wife is because his fourth wife has disappeared and according to Prosecutor James W. Glasgow his office will zealously pursue charges against Peterson for her demise as well.

Conclusion:   Despite Mr. Glasgow’s current hyperbole, Stacy Peterson would still be alive had Glasgow held Drew Peterson accountable in 2004.  If Drew Peterson had not got caught with his hand in the cookie jar a second time, Glasgow and the Bolingbrook Police would have let him get away with murder.  The Bolingbrook Police and the Will County State’s Attorney should be held responsible for initially covering up the murder of Kathleen Savio and knowingly allow a dangerous criminal to roam the streets, a criminal with a gun and a badge which had a direct result in the probable death and disappearance of Stacy Peterson.

“He was a thug,” Glasgow said of Peterson, his voice rising in indignation. “He would threaten people because he had a gun and a badge. Nobody would take him on, but we took him on and he lost.”  “He, (Police Officer Drew Peterson), was a coward and a bully.” Prosecutor Glasgow said.

Palo Alto Police Officer Kelly Burger is a thug, he threatens people because he has a gun and a badge.  Nobody takes him on because Police Chief Dennis Burns has bribed everyone above him with his charm.

“Finally, finally, finally,” Mitch Doman, Savio’s brother-in-law, said as he and his wife cried.   “We finally got that murdering bastard!”  Doman said.

Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen and State Attorney General Kamala Harris, (SAAG Gerald Engler), you are hereby forewarned that if any of the officers involved in the conspiracy to cover up Palo Alto Police Ofc. Kelly Burger’s torture of Ciampi with electricity and knowingly using falsified videos to incriminate Ciampi of a crime harms anyone in the future you and your offices will be held accountable for violating your oath of office, and your lawful duties as a result of you covering up the crimes of the Palo Alto Police associated with the tasering of Ciampi on March 15, 2008.

The investigative reports and analyses conducted by yours and the PAPD’s experts have been proven to be flawed throughout, strewn with false statements, contradictions and even admissions of guilt revealing that the reports are deliberate attempts to conceal the crimes of the PAPD.  Your refusal to acknowledge this evidence demonstrates your culpability in the Ciampi case as well as any cases in the future that arise from the unlawful and malicious acts perpetrated by the PAPD.

“Finally, finally, finally,” Mitch Doman, Savio’s brother-in-law, said as he and his wife cried.   “We finally got that murdering bastard!”  Doman said.