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Black also said, "I'm thankful that we've got a positive result and it's finally over."espite the final defeat, there are apparently still some in the Peterson camp who remain bitter and refuse to allow Kathleen Peterson to rest in peace.Maher told reporters he was "profoundly disappointed" by the Supreme Court's decision. He also said Peterson could opt to appeal again to the state on other motions for appropriate relief." So while we may not have heard the very last, other than empty threats and bitter grumbling, Michael Peterson is finally finished.Michael Peterson: "I dont see it as victory at all . Reportedly, the 73-year-old will enter an Alford plea and receive a sentence less than the time he's already served in prison. Peterson to spin things in the media the way that he wants to, and thats fine . You will be treated as guilty for murdering my sister, Kathleen, and you will be a convicted felon forever. Michael Peterson, not only can you wear the scarlet letter 'A' for adultery, but also the black letter 'G' for guilty. In 2001, Michael Peterson said his wife, Kathleen, had an accident.Also on board is David Rudolf, the acerbic attorney who represented Peterson at his original trial.Attorney, Kerry Sutton, is apparently no longer with the defense team. Despite arguments from Kathleen Peterson's family that Michael Peterson is a flight risk, Judge Hudson ruled that Peterson is no longer under house arrest.
Fans and family members who'd chosen to support him were completely crestfallen.Hudson -- based on other case reversals -- found that testimony from former State Bureau of Investigation agent Duane Deaver, may have misled the jury in the 2003 trial.District Attorney Tracey Cline says Peterson is "guilty as hell" and has appealed Hudson's ruling to grant Peterson a new trial.According to WRAL News, "He said his client could ask the U. "Because we hold that admission of the evidence seized pursuant to the third search warrant was harmless beyond a reasonable doubt, that the trial court did not err in admitting evidence concerning the death of Elizabeth Ratliff, and that the prosecutor's closing arguments did not amount to reversible error, we affirm the decision of the Court of Appeals." Convicted killer and former Durham mayoral candidate Michael Peterson served 10 days in segregation at Nash Correctional Institution this month after he was found with another prisoner's medications, authorities said.This was Peterson's second time in segregation in the past month.
He claimed she'd downed booze and prescription pills the night of her death, which directly caused her to fatally fall.