17 Burst results for "Kathleen Peterson"

"kathleen peterson" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen peterson" Discussed on The Filmcast

"So if you don't want to hear that, then skip ahead but. It documents trial of Michael Peterson, who is convicted of murdering his wife, Kathleen Peterson, and essentially like. You know, they're hanging out Michael Peterson, Kathleen Peterson, hanging out one night, and then Kathleen Peterson ends up dead at the bottom of the stairs. This blood everywhere. And I mean, it looks terrible. It looks. It looks clearly like some crime occurred here, show crime scene, photos, heads up to people who are sensitive to that. The show a lot of crazy photos a show, like, you know, everything that happened like it looks. It looks really damning. It does not look like an accident, but Michael Peterson maintains. It was an accident it. There is no physical proof that he did anything wrong, and that's kind of what the whole documentary. The documentary is about all the stuff that unfolds after that there is a court case and other developments that I won't give away. And actually, Jeff cannot a when we first talked about making a murderer. A few people emailed in and they said, hey, like making murder is fine, but you should really watch the staircase. I remember. Yeah, and it feels weird. We on that. We got right on that. Totally did. It feels really weird to compare true crime documentaries because at the end of the day, there are not simply entertainment. They are. Documenting actual people's lives and the tragedies that unfold within them. I will say that the staircase is a really amazing piece of documentary filmmaking. The access that they got is pretty incredible. I don't think any other documentary of seeing goes in depth into the building of a defense, and then showing you a defense plays out in court, then the circus. But it is clearly told from the perspective of Michael Peterson and it's clearly in the tank for Michael Peterson, very, very much rooting for Michael Peterson, there seems to be very little doubt in the filmmakers mind that Michael Peterson is innocent and to further support that position. One of the filmmakers, the editor, I believe, actually headed relationship had an affair with Michael Peterson during the making of the documentary. So by the way that a fair is not disclosed during the entire. Documentary. So you just. Stick it on an article faith. They're being impartial. But this is the thing where I thought, hey, let's start. Let's just put this on what this is all about. I did that on Thursday and by Sunday I finish entire thirteen. I've never gotten through that one in like I'm a true crime buff, but that doc just I, I don't know. I can't with that one. It is non stop tragedy. Really like like, it's not just that though. It's like you said, it's just so Iki. 'cause they're like they're constantly around the Peterson family, but it's like it doesn't. I don't necessarily have a problem with the documentary, feeling impartial because I feel like frankly, when you're dealing with a lot of these things, they aren't impartial. You like a lot of stuff. You have to make a judgment call because the facts aren't gonna, tell you everything. But I take issue when a documentary chooses not to rig knowledge that and I feel documentaries giving you hints that it's in the tank for Michael as you put it. But as you said like, it doesn't want to own up to it and like it just it made me sick watching that documentary because I just, I don't know if he did it or not, but the movie, the. Movie makes me though that miniseries makes me so uneasy because it just it's giving him the benefit of the doubt so much. And like even when they bring up the stuff that happened in Germany, like I was losing my mind and it felt like I was on my own because the documentaries like I in a lot of people Diane staircases and it was like, do do. What are we talking about? The leading killer of people in the US is staircase. I'm honestly shock..

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"kathleen peterson" Discussed on Stance

Stance

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen peterson" Discussed on Stance

"And it was made by some french documentary filmmakers and it's basically looking at the mysterious death of a woman cooed kathleen peterson and her husband michael beatson was implicated in the murder basically what he did it so this series basically looking at that and i love crime dramas i i was like all over but what was interesting about this one was they just launched three new episodes fourteen years after the original release to continue the story based on kind of in his time in prison him coming out and that and they've kind of been revisiting the story so it's been really interesting to kind of see it all unfold find out about it where where's on net flicks and check it out i thought it was really good seen as we're talking about netflix also talk about this comedy show on netflix which i saw now totally random comedy on netflix it's not something are normally be doing but colleague from works that i have to have to watch it and it's by this australian comedian could hannah gatsby who had absolutely loved to get on actually she's a stray leeann shoes from ten to tasmania she's a lesbian and in fact when she was growing up in tasmania it was like a legal to be lesbian minta she had to leave she's a feminist she talks about gender and it's really really funny but also really shocking really personal she talks about quitting comedy and how she doesn't want to do it anymore because of the way the kind of self deprecating nature of her work and how it's harming her and so there was some really genius moments in it and i would definitely actually had to recommend you watch too soon i think it really really love it and also we wanted to say thanks so much for getting in touch about what you've been into lately we just wanna share a few of them craigie oh bernard on instagram recommended black thoughts ep streams of thought volume one so after thirty years of fronting the roots that four finally out i solo ep and you can hear some of it now kitchen husband dinners every saturday over lemme grab a plate i tend to gravitate towards dennis foam styrofoam thank you so much for that suggestion so and now the m listener go touch to say that she is about to go and see the secret lives of bubba shakey's wives play at the theater in london which is on until the twenty first of july he can still get tickets it's received a five star review in the guardian and it's like a modern day nigeria story where am bubbas agee the lead person has three wives seven children and a mansion he's very rich but he's is on a young university graduate and is just as a tale of twisted tens and you can also it's based on a book so people can't see the and the pay it south and definitely check out em another suggestion that we had by instagram was 'em from tara listener based in hawaii thank you for getting touch it was cooed wade in the water is a poetry anthology bye tracy k smith she said it's really cool thoughtful and layered and often uses declarations of independence and letters from african american soldiers in the civil war as the starting point she added that this collection is like really opt in the current political climate in america so that was wade in the water by tracy k smith thanks good yeah thanks for getting in touch yeah and so please us know what you're into right now you can send us a voice night by email at take a stance here g dot com vice social media stunts podcast now onto this month's episode.

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"kathleen peterson" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

At The Movies with Arch and Ann

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen peterson" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

"The opportunity to go back and forth with them i'm not sure there's somebody on the planet who i love more than chuck todd he is just through in through just a great human being funny and we'll talk about anything and it's just smart aren't just mardi smart i know this is like an old phrase but he gets the joke like he get any just eat just the best guy in the world my favorite thing is this is an archer one hundred percent right about being the air tim russert he has done such a fabulous job with with meet the press but my favorite thing is will be in the middle of tony show and i will get a text from chuck we like some weird florida man story you gotta use his show and i'm like i love the chuck is like my new source for the just the best guy in the world i would do anything for me i love that you guys got it was it was a local he's into this like i had no idea we had we had a very lively and i think it will be i think that they might have filmed it and it could be on the f i docks websites if you wanna check it out go to that website and forward thought though you know biography is journal or documentary is charles and that that makes sense overlap but i do think that it's important i do think i want to preserve it as an art form because i think that filmmakers do have artistic license well what we did agree on at the end of the day one of the things we really agreed on was transparency that no matter what you're doing whether it's in journalism or documentary or in that great gray area but yes transparency is more important than ever and filmmakers need to be transparent with their viewers about when they cheated when they took little liberty when they reenacted something or kinda you know played it a little bit i mean 'cause you can't catch you have the floor yeah it's really that william hurt saying give me a second i could come up with some tears so it was a good day we had fun and i think there's a difference between the hour and a half documentary and the stuff we're seeing on television now which like for instance the oj simpson documentary which was several hours as a matter of fact that is one of chuck's example he thought that was journalism and i said i think that is a movie only as adamant could've made it was very very much bore his imprint in terms of how he told that story what he thought was important the connections he was able to make coming from his personal perspective somebody else given those same facts that same time line would have made a completely different movie and so that's it was funny because we both use it as an example of what we were talking about you know what i mean he said example journalists that to me that's an example of art all right now i slogged through staircase on netflix i want to hear all about it is thirteen episode wow what did you do that over the last week i started it and i was compelled to watch you made it all the way through thirteen here's the back story in two thousand one kathleen peterson was found by her husband michael peterson who was a wellknown writer line at the bottom of the staircase of their home in durham north carolina she died at the scene but police accused michael of killing her and over the course of thirteen episodes odd twists in their investigation and including a similar death of the peterson's next door neighbor in germany thirty years earlier are brought out and the story gets more complicated because peterson adopted the daughters of the woman who died next door you almost need to outline this those daughters who were brought up by peterson's wife who died at the bottom of the staircase supported him during the trial peterson is given almost unlimited time to express his feelings of the justice system and the criminal system and the twists and turns that emerge and one of the.

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"kathleen peterson" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen peterson" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Went down and had like ten pieces and i think sometimes you really have to walk down and like tell people this is why this is why this is why but i also think that he did need to make it a little bit more emotional in the sense of this was a tragic accident look what has happened to make it more emotional make it a little bit more about their relationship and not so much about the you know the bisexual or anything you know what i would have done as a defense attorney what i would have brought in a way woman that had a happy marriage with a guy that was by sexual on the jury no good luck on that oh like like if you're if you're going to bring that up i'm gonna tell you why this is not an expert hook woman marital by bicycle but if there was a way to get like i bring so and so to the stand totally irrelevant but that would be a great idea why would it be relevant they could bring up the fact that he was bisexual why couldn't is a defense attorney go i want to bring up this woman mrs jones mrs jones and mr jones have been married for twenty five years is your husband bisexual yes what did you find out your four of our marriage and what is your arrangement every other friday night he goes to the gym and gets laid and you're happy with that yes we have a great marriage it's fine it's fabulous yet to secret do your sisters don't know they don't i'm telling them now now they know but like if if i would have had something like number one something like that then someone would go okay it's not my marriage it's not what i would be down for but maybe this is okay i just think it was such a hard thing for people to wrap around it out so septa that then you believe that this guy was just trippy liar i you'd have to find this perfectly married couple and then in in those circumstances then once you open the door to that then you're opening up the the prosecution to bring in thirty people that would not agree with that that was normal and then we get into something that's way too time consuming will is is not evident enough what is would never come in what if it's a woman married to a gay owl that tried to kill her should i have that person on alternatives to fi i would like the dna tested and to see if we know a dna of an hour would be because i bet you one hundred bucks at there is some other dna there that's not michael peterson's and not kathleen peterson's and may not even be human woo hoo it was it was hey thank you shannon on that note but yeah this is a good one if you're into the stuff we did not ruin it for you you can now watch it and write me and tell me what you think of our theories or not other good stuff in there that we didn't even there's so much all right thanks my so that wasn't one of the juiciest murders i don't know what is and that is why really hope you guys get the subscription box hunt killer because this is so cool it's a murder mystery subscription box sending you erie letters and creepy clue so you can actually figure it out we all watch the show we all think about what we think happened but imagine really being part of this fictional game that comes to you it's really putting together a homer story it is so cool go to hunt killer dot com to apply for membership if accepted use code juicy scoop altogether at checkout for ten percent off your first box it's really cool it's very fun at a little creepy so joy

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"kathleen peterson" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen peterson" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Murder it would be tested for dna now years of past bags are ripped there's potential contamination but the district attorney at this particular point in time and this is years later eight nine years later does point out that it could have been contaminated when the defense attorney was touching it the middle of trial it could have been contaminated by different things right but more importantly the defense attorney in the beginning could have tested the dna himself but i don't really think that's his job but he could have so way basically they find that well they find that that wasn't grounds to dismiss that basically maybe even if they had tests the dna that would not have maybe changed the jurors minds that it was still a homicide committed by mr peterson and so then they were hoping that you'll be able to do the alford plea which in state of north carolina is not necessarily admitting guilt but there's actually only three states that don't do the alfred pill you could do the lead in california and everything and basically and alfred p plea basically says i am not pleading guilty because i'm guilty but it because i simply for whatever reason i'm innocent but i cannot go forward with his trial could be my health it could be i feel like the prosecution has enough to prosecute you know to to convict me and i just simply can't right go forward with this but basically you're still maintaining your innocence now he's willing to do that before gee before this motion to dismiss is the district attorney is not because kathleen sisters really truly believe that mike peterson killed their sister and they have not stopped and you want to talk a little bit about the daughter to the well so the so the two sisters in caitlyn kathleen peterson's biological daughter she wants she found out about you know some of the untruth about michael peterson she who was how does back in the beginning then turn and joined her sister her aunt's to be against him and they did settle in two thousand and seven four a twenty five million dollar wrongful death suit that she is the winner of which basically he agreed to because he disagreed to it wasn't even it was a it was an agreement it wasn't a full like trial or anything where they like they did for oj so he cannot profit off of this and at that point time so that already made no money off this netflix thing if he writes a book about it it would go to her it would go to her which you know or he might go well i don't care i'll give it to you like if i want to do it maybe i will i don't think he loves her i think i loved honor does love her.

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"kathleen peterson" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen peterson" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"From texas all the way back to durham to be autopsied by the exact same pathologist that had done kathleen's autopsy which makes perfect sense if the body is in durham reith carolina that makes more sense yeah well muzzle compare the two but it is very interesting why wouldn't you just get the autopsy done in texas why do you have to drive a by i mean she's already been exumed wanted to do the autopsy independent autopsy put right back in we don't need her anymore now why are you driving or all the way back so i yeah i definitely think that there might have been like this is our we've thought we've got our guy now we gotta make sure that everything's sticks so with her head they did find three it looked like three or four kind of curved curve less ration laceration which they said oh isn't that similar to the ones of her errs except that what i found was really good on the prosecution side is they said if he if someone was to of beat kathleen with a blunt option like that and left those kind of lacerations with a blunt option going up and down hitting it then she would had severe brain injury and she didn't she just had the laceration and we are you talking about halloween yeah and i don't think elizabeth ratcliffe had any sort of a skull fracture either no she said she was suffering from headaches she said she didn't go they said she didn't go to the doctor she told many people that she had headaches and that's so when it was determined that she'd had a stroke or brain aneurysm and fallen down the stairs nobody really questioned ya everyone's like oh my god i told her get this headaches fixed so it made a lot of but what's really interesting about this headaches the person reading here children's stories like peterson just say no i mean who knows what what i found really what i find really interesting is that actually the elizabeth ratcliffe and the kathleen peterson deaths and injuries are incredibly consistent but consistent in an accidental way as much as they would be consistent in a homicide way if you were to say that in other words both were at the end of the stairs both had lacerations both had lots of both had no skull fractures which all be consistent with all stairs right but one was not questioned because of the headaches and because there was some evidence of a stroke or something like that and i'm just curious on kathleen peterson's if there was any obvious there wasn't any evidence of any kind of cerebral hemorrhage clearly in hers either but but because the pathologist did both autopsies and came to a different conclusion came that that this was blunt force and lacerations and then saw two very similar autopsy she just said homicide to bone so that would fit so actually they are very similar desk but they could both be accidents or depending on who did the autopsy i guess you could frame an totally different way and so the defense one of the experts they had was what is his name the.

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"kathleen peterson" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen peterson" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Single mom of a two and a one year old little girl right one day the nanny walks in and says she sees her boss she works for at the bottom of the stairs in a pool blood that she'd hit her head fall down the stairs calls the authorities as well as the peterson's because they were such good friends and michael peterson runs in and sees her and immediately the way it's done in germany is they bring a doctor there and they actually deemed that she i had an aneurysm or stroke and rolling down the stairs is a little unclear but some sort of cerebral hemorrhage which can happen with the stroke it can happen with a brain aneurysm and i guess cerebral hemorrhage could also come from a fall royally and i don't know if that was actually ever determined but there was evidence that friends of hers from germany said that she was complaining of severe headaches in the days i believe leading up to this fall and i guess when she's at the bottom of the stairs of nanny goes up and gets the little girls the girls are okay and then the peterson's come over and but it's kind of one of those not normal cases but i guess it would have been determined that the peterson's we're going to take the girls anyway we're each other's guardians in their wills but okay so one the investigators start to investigate this this accident that happened to kathleen peterson wasn't an accident did he have something to do with it besides the first thing that they realized that they went on his computer and they found that he was messaging in the early days of aol messaging gay escorts to meet and there was evidence that yes he had met them he had corresponded with them and so they ask him about that and his attorneys ask him about that like okay and in the film he says yes i'm bisexual and kathleen new and and they're like really yes really she knew and she was okay with it yes she just you know wouldn't really talk about it but we'd say you know like we were talking about what she'd say oh look at all these military guys just gay like you and that is actually who he was seeking out were millet for military gay men and they were like you know sergeant topper and all these needs and like things like that and so you know that being in two thousand and one was pretty shocking especially in the south that but he right away michael peterson was like well yeah i'm bisexual yes kathleen new but it doesn't mean that she didn't fulfill me in every way we'll no she didn't fulfill you anyway she didn't fulfil you know because you had to have deck on the side but what's interesting is kind of how this breaks down so i he's arrested and they they really arrested me because he's the only person there they don't think it looks like a fall and we're now we're talking about not not the fall that happened in germany fifteen years earlier we're talking about the fall that we care about which is the two thousand and one right okay so i it's pretty odd they immediately just poohpoohed the whole idea of the fall and he's the only person there and they don't notice an intruder so the investigators the district attorney this guy this is what's going to happen then they start to check out his computer and we come up with all this stuff this potential bisexual stuff which all of a sudden leads maybe michael peterson isn't who he says he is then we find out about the vietnam stuff and and the military stuff that some of the untruths there and then they realized because they had heard the girl's talking the two girls that he adopted from the wreck what does it ratcliffe from the rut cliff family that they said oh these girls are adopted and they held a.

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"kathleen peterson" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen peterson" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Al theory which if you have seen the documentary and you have not read the owl theory you need to google it immediately you can read all about it in the theory is essentially the kathleen peterson was attacked by a fucking alll that an owl caused the last rations on her head which led to the amount of bleeding and the multiple falls and eventually her demise fucking al but that's the level of how big of a mess this whole trial is that there is now a popular theory called the owl theory which is nuts the lessons i took away from this thing from the staircase pending the few episodes i have left would be be nice to your in laws because if your spouse dies in some insane way you are desperately going to need them on your side michael peterson he didn't have that this woman his ex wife has passed away wife late wife whatever her sisters do not like him and that played a big part in him going down be nice to your in laws also don't get an attorney with the sense of humor like berries corn arrested development who's just cracking jokes and laughing into the camera do yourself a favor and hire an attorney who was all business more like wayne jarvis interested development somebody who's they're not to play games not to get off a giggle but to make sure that you get the trial you deserve and if you accused of murder and you didn't do it it's probably a good idea to not only adamantly denied the charges but to actively attempt to prove yourself innocent and paint yourself in a good light for the jury in the general pub don't just be laughing throughout the trial kicking the shit with you fucking lawyers and having the attitude of wealth whatever happens happens i didn't do this shit because sometimes that's just not enough i've got a couple of like i said but this basically if you've gotten through episode ten what you find out this do duane deaver this duane deaver fella really fucked michael peterson by come in and just kinda making shit up.

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"kathleen peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Like have you written him like and i'm like no like i don't care about michael pitcher signed me and i feel badly that my testimony was used against him but i don't know what my feelings are on michael peterson like i always come back to this this is the thing that a lot of people don't understand about the motive of michael peterson or lack thereof the prosecutors as i said they were searching for a motive so their version of events of the night of the killing was that kathleen was in michael's office he had printed off the emails to me which were by the way on the desk they were his emails to me we're on top of the desk that he was working at and i don't know why but maybe he was still thinking about me or jackie off to that material what i don't know but they were there and the police found him that night the police said that they believe what happened was michael that kathleen peterson and walked into his office because there was evidence that she had used his computer she found the emails she confronted him and he killed her my whole problem with that is that let's assume for the sake of argument that that's true that she did find the emails and she confronted him at that point she's going to be the one who's killing him like i mean she's going to be the one who's pissed off he's going to be the one who's defensive he's going to be like oh i'm sorry i ne like jim sorry i didn't mean to her you she's going to want her pound of flesh like if anybody's going to kill anybody kathleen is going to kill michael not the other way around so their whole motive to me was really really flimsy and again i can't even believe the jury bought it in the first place so you feel like you feel like he's probably innocent i didn't say that i think that there was enough reasonable doubt there that it's very hard for me to.

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"kathleen peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Life they had friends many people aren't just going up route their life i give so much credits owed the gay men and women that i know who are in their forties fifties and sixties who decided to come out at that late stage in their life because it's really amazing to watch but there are a lot of people who just don't have that courage and you know most of my clients were like that they just they wanted their life to remain the same but they wanted to have their jollies on the side and so that's that's usually where i came in so i was was i spinning as much of my testimony as i could in favor of michael peterson yes but it just so happened that my spinning lined up correctly with the truth in that most of the married guys i was with they had wives that they loved and michael peterson it's spoke very glowingly of his wife and there was certainly no indication from my perspective that he was unhappy with her all right and then finally sir do you know anything about the death of kathleen peterson i know did ly did lee so finally at the end year asked if you know anything about the murder you say i know did plea which that's something my dad says i picked that up from my dad my dad who i loved to death would often say the word diddley it's not it's not diddley diddley it's it's two syllables diddley yeah and i said i know diddley i know zilch basically what i what i'm trying to say when i say that is i'm up here i'm talking to the jury and i was looking at the jury many times during my testimony if you notice i was one of the few witnesses did that i was basically telling you guys they have me up here because they're trying to trick you they want you to convict michael peterson.

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"kathleen peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Like how the hell did that happen so i wasn't our legal system is built on reasonable doubt and as i would watch the trial unfolds i certainly felt that like there was reasonable doubt presence okay so this became a very high profile trial really so what what was it like how did it get into the spotlight do you now well court tv was a big thing at the time would be oj simpson trial had set off this chain of legal cases being covered and there was an insatiable curiosity for the legal system there had even been to television shows at the time about the us supreme court where there had never been any in the history of our nation so it was just like everybody wanted to listen to all trial all the time and court tv had picked up this case as something that they might want to cover they didn't realize how lucky they were going to get as time went on they just thought that this guy michael peterson murdered his wife obviously nancy grace was the anchor for court tv at the time and she was totally on the side of kathleen peterson there was a bit of a split in the peterson family kathleen's daughter caitlin was certain that michael peterson was guilty the rest of the kids luding the children of elizabeth ratliff all thought he was innocent so the family sort of split and it was really really awkward so they told you they probably wouldn't need you at this point so always their words actually and it's so funny that you say that way because i remember now that's what she said to me she said we we're probably not going to need you that's what yeah yeah alternately that ends up not being true at all so how did that come about well as i said the prosecutors and the police they don't care about the truth they just wanna win and their case was not going very well at the time.

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"kathleen peterson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen peterson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Okay then i need to jump in on on those three it's it's interesting so this essentially is a okay so the original at least is a two thousand four french television miniseries documenting the trial of author michael peterson accused of murdering his wife kathleen peterson this it's really bizarre because in this they they film so much of it filming began soon after peterson's indictment camera crews were given access to the accused extended family the defense attorneys and the courtroom as well the film features a brief appearance oh that's unnecessary that's not even important but there was an abbreviated version that was broadcast is a special two hour presentation on primetime thursday back in two thousand four so the mini series was completed in a long time ago but now there are new episodes they're out data just following off with where they're at right now in the case see that's what i'm confused because i also heard dawn talk about it this morning when she was just saying what's on tv tonight and she said a fair case watch it and i'm like how that new net flicks i already saw this so this is all right hang on hang on hang on oh jeez man i just ruined two times what do you mean i saw a picture that made me think because i here's the thing i would encourage you to watch it if you haven't seen if you like making a murderer things like that you might find genre if you find the crime genre to be interesting because there are i just kept turning to my wife saying you think he did it i think he did it i don't know if he did maybe he didn't crazy though when you're doing that constantly because we don't know any more than what they're presenting it's it's a pretty good case on both sides so here's the deal ten of these episodes of the staircase had previously been re released on june eighth net flix released the entire staircase saga as a thirteen episode series okay the first eight episodes debuted on april two thousand five and oh gosh and then the last episodes nine and ten comprise i shouldn't say i shouldn't say but there are new episodes came out a decade ago more than a decade ago there are new episodes that just came out.

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"kathleen peterson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen peterson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Because they covered it on a true crime podcast that i listen to and so then i looked up while things but i've never actually i'd never seen video of him and so or the family i just sort of watched a few court you know a few court videos but not him over explaining the details so mikey in the first episode it's homeless staircase because it revolves around the death of a of a mother kathleen peterson who was found the bottom of her stairs in her home a very affluent family he is a novelist michael peterson and she as he was out on the patio and she fell down the stairs and the amount of blood and there were seven lacerations to the back of her head show that they show that you are like how did this happen from falling down the stairs and thus begins the the thus begins the docu series and her kids and her adopted children and the husband what i as i'm watching i just think the the access that they had to all of the characters these are meetings they going through picking the jury picking deciding what their story is and is this guy innocent and that to me is just chassis they had that much access michael peterson allowed a french docu documentary crew access to the family access to him access to the defense room and north carolina unlike minnesota allows cameras in the courtroom so as the series unfolds we're going to get you weren't just seeing pictures and then an interview with the players you are going to see the court case unfold over three four five six episodes wow all of the twists and turns and there are twists and turns that you will not see coming this case it's probably going to be like cereal as we were listening to that podcast member it was like like after this first sepah soda i'm convinced he did it but i'm sure after the second episode may never know i i will tell you i vacillated way more during cereal than i did during the staircase i'm not.

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"kathleen peterson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen peterson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"A little off kilter and i don't know i don't even know quite all oh they are no no not by blood the two sisters are related they're they're related okay that makes even more of a serious all right definitely watching this year case though if you just tuned in i've named the staircase on net flicks an abc fat here's a little audio from the trailer it translates i believe listen to this i can vividly remember finding kathleen market what kind of actor kathleen peterson was found dead at the bottom of the couples staircase peterson's husband is novelist michael peterson cop was on me installed there was sufficient evidence to warrant a trial the injuries are not consistent with a fall down the stairs charge first degree murder for we believe you to give the appearance that this was a wholesome functioning family won't that simply is not true mr peterson was passed sexual i understand you want to pump the ratings but give me a break i don't think the da cares about truth anymore this has become a show of that the head was struck three times it's so good oh girl there are twists and turns and i mean you heard the whole first of all i love i love a good southern accent because my dad's family's from the south and the the district attorney i love her she goes mr peterson is bisexual lover lover so much and that's relevant to what happened he was watching pornography i don't even want to say anything more is married to a woman i wonder if she knew about it i gotta watch this i'm not kidding i know you addictive i know you like this you know you like this i would make sure you have no crafting appointments i gotta get to the gym at some point wash on the treadmill that's the bachelorettes on tonight lordy trudy to the dentist appointments are cancel at all because i know you lex you will not get up from the couch who your girl you do not wanna stop in so freaking fascinating so six forty three we'll continue the conversation with us hey it's marley from the you get a rose podcast covering all things bachelorettes like his jordan of fake fakey mcface.

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"kathleen peterson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen peterson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Well both of us we didn't sleep well the night before so anyway long story short we didn't even make it to the twins game and we looked at each other while sitting at smack shack and he goes i don't know if i want to go to the game and like i don't know if i do either so we literally turned around by one fifteen we were back in our pajamas on the couch yeah in our tv room and colin was so cute he goes i feel so good about her decision feel good too so we turned on netflix as we do and then again like you said the recommendation popped up for the staircase ten thirty last night okay so oh my gosh you watched it you watched all of it alexis one thirty till ten thirty nine that's my kind of hour long episodes or half hour episodes our long maybe forty forty five minutes anyway i'm so proud anyway it tells the story it's the trailer is right it literally is a movie a docu series fifteen years in the making in it tells the story of the real life story of of a woman who fell down the stairs at her home in two thousand one and she is the wife of novelist michael peterson and there was a lot of damn blood is all about this case do you know k well because it originally they originally showed parts of this documentary in two thousand four it a condensed version on primetime live on abc because this documentary portions of it have been around forever have been around since two thousand four but what netflix did there was a follow up there are three new entries that brings you basically to modern day and net flicks purchased those three episodes and then kind of re refurbished the other ten episodes are nine episodes made it hd cleaned it up a little bit added some new music it looks like the damn thing looks like it was made yesterday they're so good so good so it is i believe thirteen episodes and it tells the story of this trial and this this family michael peterson who is accused of murdering his wife kathleen peterson and their family who has this outward appearance of.

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"kathleen peterson" Discussed on Undisclosed

Undisclosed

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen peterson" Discussed on Undisclosed

"Case with the cause of death being blunt force trauma to the head unproductive chances the prosecution mid evidence involving an earlier event in which peterson was the last person to see elizabeth ratliff alive who was later found dead the bottom of the staircase in germany this event happened years earlier but it was mid and recall again the argument of peterson's attorney on his initial appeal germany autopsy result was that she died from a stroke wasn't even i mean there wasn't anybody had anything to do with the death so yeah it was initially determined that ratliff stroke and it wasn't until kathleen peterson died and ratliff body was zoomed that her cause of death was changed to blunt force trauma to the head that weakens the application dr chances but still michael peterson was the last person to see two women found dead at the bottom of staircases with the cause of death for both being blunt force trauma to the head by way of contrast when johnny ray's body was zoomed after during died the topsy confirmed that his drowning was accidental and not the result of arsenic poisoning in state didn't even try to dispute the conclusion that the fire the ludi brown house was accidental given these facts it seems like the doctor chances evidence was weaker linear than it wasn't peterson second the alleged motive in both cases was the same financial gain here's a clip from the friends across episode on the peterson case surprisingly michael hadn't generated any income in more than two years kathleen was supporting the entire household with her income for nortel that include all the children their educational expenses as well as well as the expenses of running a household of that size three girls in college their credit card debt soared to one hundred forty three thousand dollars and michael two grown sons were asking for financial support as well.

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"kathleen peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"kathleen peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"In just a lot of different things happen but they weren't going to be able to recreate the trial and so they the entered into a plea with michael peterson he entered an offered plea which is basically a plea of nocontest he pleaded no contest manslaughter which allow the prosecutors to say he was guilty because in the eyes of the law that's a guilty verdict however he was able to plead no contest for civil purposes and also because it was a manslaughter conviction the time that he had already served was counted and he was let go some eichel peterson is out walking around you could go me and right now teheran he's done in her berolina in fact my parter always asked me like have you talked with michael peterson since he got out of jail actually my partner always ask me have you calls michael peterson like a like have you written him like like no like care about michael i felt badly the my testimony was used against him but i don't know what my feelings are and michael peterson like if i always come back to this this is the thing that a lot of people don't understand about the motive of michael peterson or lack thereof the prosecutors as i said they were searching for a motive so their version of events of the night of the killing was that kathleen was in michel's office he had printed opeing emails to me which were by the way on the desk they were here's emails to me were on top of the desk that he was working at and i don't know why but maybe he was still thinking about me or you know jacquin off them at cereal why i don't know but they were there and the police found the net night the police said that they believe what happened was michael that peak kathleen peterson and walked into his office because there was evidence that she had used his computer.

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