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It's been 10 years since Scott Peterson was sentenced to death for the murder of his eight-months-pregnant wife, Laci, and their unborn child.
Last night in a special one-hour report, Geraldo Rivera took an in-depth look at the riveting case and Peterson's surprisingly privileged life on death row in San Quentin prison.
Scott Peterson has been on death row for 14 years, but his prison life has been described as "cushy." He has access to a roof deck with a basketball court, eats smoked scallops, and gets five hours social time every day while some prisoners spend 23 hours a day in their cell. He was convicted of the 2002 Christmas Eve murder of his wife, Laci Peterson, and their unborn child, Conner, in Modesto, California.
Scott was convicted without any forensic evidence, but rather on a series of circumstances that made him look very suspicious: Having an extra-marital affair, lying to his wife and her family, and being caught by police in San Diego having dyed his hair and goatee, with a car full of money, clothes, and other personal effects. However, many reports from inside Scott’s cell paint quite a nice picture: a luxurious life behind bars, if you will.
What is it about the women who love men behind bars?
Some psychologists say women attracted to imprisoned men want control over a “helpless” prisoner and a relationship which provides them with the chance to “mother” or at least spoil the man.
When Scott Peterson was sent to Death Row in California’s San Quentin prison for murdering his wife and their unborn child, dozens of women phoned asking for his address, with one teenager wasting no time in offering to marry him.Mullane explained that Peterson has access to outdoor facilities, including a protective roof, and even a basketball court."I saw this quite, I would have to say, buff-looking young man with his shirt off," Mullane said. He looked like you were watching some college athletes out on a neighborhood court play basketball." "You've been around a lot of prisons," Geraldo said.Meanwhile, Scott’s own family supported him throughout the trial. Scott sees his parents at court hearings, and during brief prison visits.Scott’s father, Lee Peterson, told , “Scott is doing wonderfully. We talk all the time and he’s always in good spirits.” Lee told the magazine that Scott wants to have family someday and “a normal life.” WORK Before prison, Scott was a fertilizer salesman.