Scott Peterson

Ten years after being sentenced to death for the murder of his 8-month pregnant wife, Laci, Scott Peterson is 'comfortably' living on death row on taxpayer money.
Peterson was sentenced to death in 2005 for killing Laci Peterson, who was eight months pregnant with a boy.
A court overturned his death sentence last year due to revelations about a faulty jury selection process.
Claims were filed in the names of well-known murderers like Scott Peterson and Cary Stayner. At least 158 claims were filed for 133 death-row inmates.
Scot Peterson, 55, spoke out for the first time since the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school shooting.
Scot Peterson resigned after the shooting but is eligible for pension payments for the rest of his life.
He knew there was a shooting, but chose not to enter the building.
Scot Peterson said his decision to remain outside during the Feb. 14 massacre was based on his training as a Broward County sheriff's deputy.
School Resource Officer Scott Peterson was suspended without pay while the Broward County Sheriff's Office investigated his inaction during the school shooting.
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