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    5 Responses to “Scared Monkeys Radio Daily Commentary – Tuesday, February 24, 2009 – Drew Peterson’s Dana Pretzer Show Appearance Continues To Draw Attention”

    1. Greg on February 24th, 2009 8:04 am

      Dana does not step over the line, like Geraldo, and Grace, he lets the courts do their job.
      He does not become the story. Drew Peterson with every word made himself look bad. I could hear Drew get a little pissed when Dana asked him to put the girlfriend on the phone. Drew angers quickly, and is a classic narcissus who feeds off young woman. When the women get out of the young and dumb stage Drew seem to become single again. A pattern of murderer ? :-)

    2. Carpe on February 24th, 2009 1:15 pm

      I heard Drew took her out shopping today!

      They’re picking out barrels.

    3. facsmiley on February 24th, 2009 5:40 pm

      That was another time that I cringed for Dana. When, just like all the other eager sensationlist mainstream media members, he asked to talk to Drew’s girlfriend – and Drew said, No. That was sad.

      But Christina was happy to be interviewed on Mancow’s show.

    4. facsmiley on February 24th, 2009 5:58 pm

      I’ll say it again, and maybe at some time you’ll address my actual comment,instead of ansering to some charge I never made. Two radio replies later and you have yet to do it, Dana.

      The fact is I have no problem with you interviewing anyone on your program. My only issue is that rather than ask the murder suspect and his attorney questions that would let people know or understand more about the case you either, a)completely withdraw and let them ramble at length as if they are reading from a press release or, b) prod them towards a subject that is of interest to yourself and prompt their answers.

      Like so:

      “Drew, A police officer over thirty years. We usually put people before the courts. We usually don’t go before the courts. Of course, there’s this stigma about bad cops and this cop did this bad and that cop did that bad. You’re going to be going to trial on a weapons charge. You’re going to be vilified again and again and again in the media.”

      “Let me interject for a second, and I know I’m going to get in trouble for this because, but the infidelities or the discussion about women and all that and right or wrong or how you say it – and I’m going to get Drew to comment on this in a second. It’s a cop thing. OK? And, police officers, it takes a special kind of woman to stay married to a police officer. It takes a special kind of police officer to stay married. I know and have been around police officers for a long long time and many of them, my parents included, I’m amazed to see that they’ve been married thirty-forty years. A lot of them are two, three, four, five years. There’s the stress, there’s everything that’s involved in it and I’m wondering Drew, if that’s not part of this. You can’t be proud of some things, I’m sure, that you’ve maybe done in the past with relationships but is there a cop angle to this? And I’m not trying to justify it by any means I’m just speaking.”

      “Drew…you agreed to take a polygraph and some questions came back truthful. Some did not. We won’t get into that.”

      “Joel Brodsky…I know the media won’t lay off and when the time does come if it does come you’re going to be bombarded big time…”

      “You got slammed pretty hard in the media last week Joel, or the week before or whatever it was. Basically, you were accused of orchestrating an engagement between Drew and the young lady and it was something that I’d like you to address right now.”

      “Drew, you say yourself sometimes you’re your own worst enemy. You say things that just don’t come out right or like you say, are edited or they take one piece of a clip and obviously it makes you look bad. The media is going to try to do this again and you know that.”

      “It’s a different society today when it comes to the media and these high profile cases even what it was five years ago, because it’s now big time, big money and there’s a big audience for it out there that they’re going to be on every story and yours will go on for a long time yet.”

      Well, come to think of it maybe you DID actually answer my question at one point when you said this:

      “To be honest with you when Drew Peterson is on the program it’s one of the highest rated programs that we have…If I brought Drew Peterson on and accused him of being a murderer and all this sort of stuff, do you think that he’d return to my program?”

    5. Greg on February 24th, 2009 9:14 pm

      My five questions for Drew Peterson.

      1. Are you related to Scott Peterson?
      2. Is divorce the way to go in a bad relationship?
      3. How come all of Geraldo’s ex-wives are still alive?
      4. Whats the easiest way to kill a person?
      5. If I had to dispose of a body where should I dump it?
      Brodsky would flip out.
      The phone would be slammed down on the first question.
      If live TV? I would get punched out. :-)

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