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Eight months pregnant with their first child, a boy that she and her husband have Scott Peterson had already named ConnerLaci was last seen alive on December 24, 2002 – a few weeks after Scott told his lover: Amber Freythat he was close to his first Christmas since his wife’s death. Because when they met, Scott told Amber that he was recently widowed.

Two days before Laci went missing, “I went over with the intention of having Scott straighten my Christmas tree,” neighbor Karen Servas later told the Modesto Bee. “He was a little calm. Just before he left the door unsolicited, he turned to me and said, ‘Oh, by the way, we picked a name. We want to name the baby Conner.'”

At Christmas, Servas continued, “I went there and we watched the news. A number of people were there – Laci’s friends, Scott and Scott’s mom and dad had just gotten into town. After the news, I went and Scott said “Why don’t you stay? We’re going to have dinner. “I said,” No, I don’t eat meat “because there was a turkey that someone had put on the counter. I was very uncomfortable. I just wanted to go home.”

Laci’s remains washed ashore in San Francisco Bay in April 2003 – and the same day they were clearly identified, Scott was arrested for murder.

He claimed he was innocent, but a jury found him guilty of the murders of his wife and unborn son and sentenced him to death. In August 2020, the California Supreme Court overturned the ruling, agreeing with the defense that an issue may have arisen in the selection of the jury that prevented the proper application of the sentence. In October, the Supreme Court also ordered a review of Scott’s conviction, and there is a possibility that he may be granted retrial. At the same time, prosecutors said they would apply for the death penalty again in connection with the August decision.

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