I followed this case in a way that I haven't followed anything before or since. I was completely wrapped up in it. I honestly tried my hardest to put my personal opinion aside while I was reading this book. And while Dalton brought up a few good theories, I personally was not swayed any. However, it did make me question: If Dalton did indeed find SIX witnesses that could place Laci Peterson alive on December 24, 2002 when Scott was fishing, WHY DID THEY NOT TESTIFY?! I don't understand that. Simply stated: I didn't buy the theories presented in this book.
Candace K. reviewed Presumed Guilty : What the Jury Never Knew About Laci Peterson's Murder and Why Scott Peterson Should Not Be on Death Row on + 57 more book reviews
If you are interested in the Scott Peterson case, this is a must read. As we know, the media can do a lot of damage to those that it decides is guity or it can help to get president's elected. Police can also decide that someone is guity and only look into clues or evidence that would further their opinions and totally ignore other avenues that point elsewhere. This book points out some of these issues. Scott Peterson is a dirtbag, he lies and is a cheater, but he may not have murdered Laci Peterson. This book points to some of the reasons there could be doubt as to whether he should be in jail for murder. It is interesting to say the least.