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Drew Peterson case back on TV ahead of 10th anniversary of wife’s disappearance

Convicted murderer Drew Peterson will be the subject of at least two TV specials this month that are timed to the upcoming 10th anniversary of the disappearance of Stacy Peterson, the fourth wife of the former Bolingbrook police sergeant.

Oxygen Media announced this week that “Snapped Notorious: Drew Peterson,” an “eye-opening” two-hour special, will premiere 8 p.m. Aug. 25. Investigation Discovery, meanwhile, promises its Aug. 27 special, “Drew Peterson: An American Murder Mystery,” will unravel the “twisted web of lies, corruption and violence behind one of the most fascinating missing persons’ cases in recent history.”

Drew Peterson, now 63, was sentenced to 38 years in prison for the 2004 murder of his third wife, Kathleen Savio, whose death was re-examined after Stacy Peterson disappeared in October 2007. Authorities said Drew Peterson is a suspect in that case.

Last year, he was sentenced to an additional 40 years in prison for trying to hire a hit man to kill

Read more at: http://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainment/chicagoinc/ct-drew-peterson-tv-specials-20170816-story.html

Investigation Discovery Presents DREW PETERSON: AN AMERICAN MURDER MYSTERY 8/27

Investigation Discovery Presents DREW PETERSON: AN AMERICAN MURDER MYSTERY 8/27

On October 28, 2007, 23-year-old mother of four, Stacy Peterson, vanishes without a trace from her sleepy suburban Chicago home. All eyes turn to her seemingly upstanding husband, police sergeant Drew Peterson, who publicly protests his innocence and swears Stacy left him for another man. Now, 10 years after Stacy’s suspicious disappearance, Investigation Discovery (ID) delves into the dark and secret life of Drew Peterson, his short-lived marriage to Stacy, and the mysterious and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of his previous wife, Kathleen Savio, in DREW PETERSON: AN AMERICAN MURDER MYSTERY. The latest installment of ID’s breakout “AN AMERICAN MURDER MYSTERY” franchise, presented in partnership with Weinstein Television, Jupiter Entertainment and American Media, Inc. (AMI), DREW PETERSON: AN AMERICAN MURDER MYSTERY unravels the twisted web of lies, corruption and violence behind one of the most

Read more at: http://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwtv/article/Investigation-Discovery-Presents-DREW-PETERSON-AN-AMERICAN-MURDER-MYSTERY-827-20170727

Investigation Discovery Presents DREW PETERSON: AN …

Investigation Discovery Presents DREW PETERSON: AN AMERICAN MURDER MYSTERY 8/27

On October 28, 2007, 23-year-old mother of four, Stacy Peterson, vanishes without a trace from her sleepy suburban Chicago home. All eyes turn to her seemingly upstanding husband, police sergeant Drew Peterson, who publicly protests his innocence and swears Stacy left him for another man. Now, 10 years after Stacy’s suspicious disappearance, Investigation Discovery (ID) delves into the dark and secret life of Drew Peterson, his short-lived marriage to Stacy, and the mysterious and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of his previous wife, Kathleen Savio, in DREW PETERSON: AN AMERICAN MURDER MYSTERY. The latest installment of ID’s breakout “AN AMERICAN MURDER MYSTERY” franchise, presented in partnership with Weinstein Television, Jupiter Entertainment and American Media, Inc. (AMI), DREW PETERSON: AN AMERICAN MURDER MYSTERY unravels the twisted web of lies, corruption and violence behind one of the most

Read more at: http://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwtv/article/Investigation-Discovery-Presents-DREW-PETERSON-AN-AMERICAN-MURDER-MYSTERY-827-20170727

INVESTIGATION DISCOVERY PEELS BACK DARK AND SECRET LAYERS TO REVEAL "DREW PETERSON: AN …

INVESTIGATION DISCOVERY PEELS BACK DARK AND SECRET LAYERS TO REVEAL “DREW PETERSON: AN AMERICAN MURDER MYSTERY”

— Produced in Partnership with American Media, Inc., Jupiter Entertainment and
Weinstein Television, ID Presents a Two-Hour Special Premiere from Record-Breaking Franchise
on Sunday, August 27 at 9/8c —

(Beverly Hills, Calif.) – On October 28, 2007, 23-year-old mother of four, Stacy Peterson, vanishes without a trace from her sleepy suburban Chicago home. All eyes turn to her seemingly upstanding husband, police sergeant Drew Peterson, who publicly protests his innocence and swears Stacy left him for another man. Now, 10 years after Stacy’s suspicious disappearance, Investigation Discovery (ID) delves into the dark and secret life of Drew Peterson, his short-lived marriage to Stacy, and the mysterious and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of his previous wife, Kathleen Savio,

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Five Reasons You Should be Watching Web of Lies on Investigation Discovery

Web of Lies on Investigation Discovery is a program that we recommend to people of all ages from all walks of life. The latest trends in communication lean towards the internet with more people relying on this media to meet new friends and potential life partners. The show is provocative and thought inspiring because it focuses upon crimes which are committed because of interactions on the web. While many have formed amazing relationships and connections over the internet, there is a danger inherent in this type of communication. Here are five reasons why you should be watching Web of Lies on ID.

1. It exposes the potential dangers of meeting strangers on the web

Contrary to popular belief, using the internet to make new acquaintances in many ways is not safer than meeting face to face. While it’s true that there is not an initial physical presence, it’s

Read more at: http://www.tvovermind.com/web-of-lies/five-reasons-watching-web-lies-investigation-discovery

Van Buren School District plans ‘back to basics’ domestic violence event – Van Buren Press Argus

Van Buren School District’s yearly Walk a Mile in Her Shoes: Break the Silence End the Violence event to bring awareness to domestic violence and abuse is scaling back its initiative this year, organizers said.

Brandy Mosby, a teacher and coach at Butterfield Trail Middle School who is the central organizer for the walk, said the event this year is “going to go back to the basics.”

“We are going to make sure we do the parts we want the kids to really understand well and skip some of the other parts,” Mosby said.

Included in this year’s event, set for Friday, May 19, will be presentations from Bikers Against Child Abuse, the Morgan Nick Foundation, the Van Buren Police Department and the Crisis Intervention Center, Mosby said.

Earlier in the week, students will watch an episode of the Investigation Discovery series Web of

Read more at: http://www.pressargus.com/news/20170508/van-buren-school-district-plans-back-to-basics-domestic-violence-event

Van Buren School District plans ‘back to basics’ domestic violence …

Van Buren School District’s yearly Walk a Mile in Her Shoes: Break the Silence End the Violence event to bring awareness to domestic violence and abuse is scaling back its initiative this year, organizers said.

Brandy Mosby, a teacher and coach at Butterfield Trail Middle School who is the central organizer for the walk, said the event this year is “going to go back to the basics.”

“We are going to make sure we do the parts we want the kids to really understand well and skip some of the other parts,” Mosby said.

Included in this year’s event, set for Friday, May 19, will be presentations from Bikers Against Child Abuse, the Morgan Nick Foundation, the Van Buren Police Department and the Crisis Intervention Center, Mosby said.

Earlier in the week, students will watch an episode of the Investigation Discovery series Web of

Read more at: http://www.arkansasnews.com/news/20170508/van-buren-school-district-plans-back-to-basics-domestic-violence-event

Van Buren School District plans ‘back to basics’ domestic violence event

Van Buren School District’s yearly Walk a Mile in Her Shoes: Break the Silence End the Violence event to bring awareness to domestic violence and abuse is scaling back its initiative this year, organizers said.

Brandy Mosby, a teacher and coach at Butterfield Trail Middle School who is the central organizer for the walk, said the event this year is “going to go back to the basics.”

“We are going to make sure we do the parts we want the kids to really understand well and skip some of the other parts,” Mosby said.

Included in this year’s event, set for Friday, May 19, will be presentations from Bikers Against Child Abuse, the Morgan Nick Foundation, the Van Buren Police Department and the Crisis Intervention Center, Mosby said.

Earlier in the week, students will watch an episode of the Investigation Discovery series Web of

Read more at: http://www.arkansasnews.com/news/20170508/van-buren-school-district-plans-back-to-basics-domestic-violence-event

Van Buren School District plans ‘back to basics’ domestic violence event

Van Buren School District’s yearly Walk a Mile in Her Shoes: Break the Silence End the Violence event to bring awareness to domestic violence and abuse is scaling back its initiative this year, organizers said.

Brandy Mosby, a teacher and coach at Butterfield Trail Middle School who is the central organizer for the walk, said the event this year is “going to go back to the basics.”

“We are going to make sure we do the parts we want the kids to really understand well and skip some of the other parts,” Mosby said.

Included in this year’s event, set for Friday, May 19, will be presentations from Bikers Against Child Abuse, the Morgan Nick Foundation, the Van Buren Police Department and the Crisis Intervention Center, Mosby said.

Earlier in the week, students will watch an episode of the Investigation Discovery series Web of

Read more at: http://www.paris-express.com/news/20170508/van-buren-school-district-plans-back-to-basics-domestic-violence-event

Van Buren School District plans ‘back to basics’ domestic violence event

Van Buren School District’s yearly Walk a Mile in Her Shoes: Break the Silence End the Violence event to bring awareness to domestic violence and abuse is scaling back its initiative this year, organizers said.

Brandy Mosby, a teacher and coach at Butterfield Trail Middle School who is the central organizer for the walk, said the event this year is “going to go back to the basics.”

“We are going to make sure we do the parts we want the kids to really understand well and skip some of the other parts,” Mosby said.

Included in this year’s event, set for Friday, May 19, will be presentations from Bikers Against Child Abuse, the Morgan Nick Foundation, the Van Buren Police Department and the Crisis Intervention Center, Mosby said.

Earlier in the week, students will watch an episode of the Investigation Discovery series Web of

Read more at: http://www.swtimes.com/news/20170508/van-buren-school-district-plans-back-to-basics-domestic-violence-event