Remember Scott Peterson? Convicted in 2004 for the murder of his wife Laci Peterson and their unborn fetus, and currently sitting on death row? Well, so does an organization called Canadian Coalition Against the Death Penalty (CCADP), and they’re allowing Peterson roundabout access to the Internet by maintaining a web site for him in which he can communicate his thoughts on his “wrongful conviction” and respond to the support he’s received while appealing his sentence. The site also links to the page Peterson’s family maintains on his appeal and is chock full of pictures of the former couple. The postings, though infrequent, include his thoughts about a scholarship fund set up in Laci’s name and he even refers to Sharon Rocha as “my mother-in-law”—present tense.