Brodsky: Drew Peterson May Have Been Set Up

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Defense attorney for Drew Peterson, Joel Brodsky, takes a few questions from the media outside the Will County Courthouse, after another day of testimony, in Joliet Thursday Aug, 16, 2012. (Abel Uribe / Chicago Tribune)

Drew Peterson’s former lawyer, Joel Brodsky, calls in to talk to Roe Conn and Anna Davlantes as a recent development in the case.  Brodsky has received two letters from an Illinois Department of Corrections inmate that indicate that Peterson may have been entrapped into soliciting a murder.

 

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