Drew Peterson's Third Wife's Death Ruled a Homicide

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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Ex copper and present pig Drew Peterson may need to put his publicity surge on hold for a moment, as murder investigators are likely to come calling once again. The case regarding the drowning death of Peterson's third wife, Kathleen Savio, on the eve of their divorce settlement in 2004, has now been ruled a homicide, overturning what was initially considered an accident. Savio's case was reopened only after Drew was suspected of offing his fourth wife, Stacy Peterson, whose disappearance he attributes to her having run off with another man—which anyone who's ever seen Peterson's Adonis-like physique and stately facial features couldn't rightly believe for even the short few minutes it takes to, say, hold a person under water until they stop breathing. MSNBC

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