Judge orders Oak Brook to explain Pet...

Judge orders Oak Brook to explain Peterson firing

There are 5 comments on the Daily Herald story from Aug 7, 2012, titled Judge orders Oak Brook to explain Peterson firing. In it, Daily Herald reports that:

A judge has ordered Oak Brook officials to review and explain their firing of former police officer Stephen Peterson, who was dismissed after taking possession of three guns belonging to his infamous father, Drew Peterson.

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Guilty By Association

Lake Villa, IL

#1 Aug 8, 2012
I dont think the kid did anything wrong. Although his father is accused of being a piece of work doesn't mean he did anything wrong by accepting items for safekeeeping from his father. Anyone in the same position would do the same for their father especially if they believed in their innocence.

I support the kids lawsuit against the village for his wrongful termination and hope he recieves the compensation he is seeking even if it is multimillion dollar.

Since: May 11

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#2 Aug 8, 2012
Guilty By Association wrote:
I dont think the kid did anything wrong. Although his father is accused of being a piece of work doesn't mean he did anything wrong by accepting items for safekeeeping from his father. Anyone in the same position would do the same for their father especially if they believed in their innocence.
I support the kids lawsuit against the village for his wrongful termination and hope he recieves the compensation he is seeking even if it is multimillion dollar.
I hope he wins big time.
Hearsay only

Downers Grove, IL

#3 Aug 8, 2012
Guilty By Association wrote:
I dont think the kid did anything wrong. Although his father is accused of being a piece of work doesn't mean he did anything wrong by accepting items for safekeeeping from his father. Anyone in the same position would do the same for their father especially if they believed in their innocence.
I support the kids lawsuit against the village for his wrongful termination and hope he recieves the compensation he is seeking even if it is multimillion dollar.
From what I hear (hearsay only) is that there are a lot more issues with junior. Of course the PD will have to prove it.

Since: May 11

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#4 Aug 8, 2012
Hearsay only wrote:
<quoted text>From what I hear (hearsay only) is that there are a lot more issues with junior. Of course the PD will have to prove it.
Very political town
Analyzing Monsters

United States

#5 Aug 31, 2012
Our CRIMINAL Justice system needs rehab. Officer Stephen Peterson is experiencing what I refer to as, "Piggy Backing" - if a suspect or close family member can be manufactured into a criminal it makes it easy to get convictions. We need to cease and desist in the purposeful destruction of families especially when families are innocent or overly accused. Guess who pays for our bloated corrections monster system?

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