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Yeah I was kind of bizarre out there -- -- kind of courthouse for about.
2 hours at 2 o'clock local time.
The jury submitted its what would turn out to be its final question the judge asking for definition of the word unanimous because jury verdicts need to be unanimous.
At the crux of the at what might have been a -- -- singular hold out in that jury.
Was it were those statements those hearsay statements by Stacy Peterson in which -- essentially said she knew drew killed Kathleen salvia.
I just had -- questions about -- but -- hearsay evidence.
Some circumstantial evidence that was very compelling right.
And and the delegates -- a lot of mixed emotions.
Decision I think I -- -- -- Being honest.
And you mentioned an appeal that defense team said that there were to be AP an appeal filed immediately and they're gonna go after those hearsay statements that were submitted in this particular trial job -- -- -- real family overjoyed with that conviction as well as the prosecutor now.
Yeah the prosecutor James Glasgow who kind of kept it a little quiet he said -- is.
Guardedly confident going into the jury deliberations.
And is really not the type to cut loose but yesterday he really did.
And saved his harshest words for the very end for Drew Peterson.
It was a thought he would threaten people just get it done in advance.
And nobody ever took -- night we took him not now and he lost.
Now Glasgow says that he is going to reexamine the Stacy Peterson case but there's a key -- real important.
Difference between these two cases if you presume that Stacy Peterson is dead.
In the case of Kathleen -- there was a body to -- to read resume and to take a look at again.
-- the Stacy Peterson case there is not John still a mystery what happened of that woman Steve Brown.
Live in Chicago thanks --
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