Drew Peterson Lawyer Trying To Say Something About Death Tub
The supposed "lead" attorney for accused wife-killer Drew Peterson sent the Herald-News an email about the county allegedly playing it cheap.
Just a few days ago, we heard about the couple who bought the former home of accused wife-killer Drew Peterson and how they had no idea his slain wife's body was found in their bathtub until much later.
Now the so-called "lead attorney" for the disgraced former cop is calling out Will County investigators in an email to the Joliet Herald-News, claiming they stiffed the couple on plumbing repairs associated with removing the tub to preserve it as evidence.
“'And all they payed (sic) him for was the value of the tub and faucet, not for any labor of a plubmer (sic) to have to re-install the tub (the most expensive part),'" Brodsky wrote in an email. "'He told me he is made (sic) at the cops because they mislead (sic) him about being paid, and now he won’t do anything without a court order.'”
We haven't run this email by a law professor yet, but if we understand Brodsky, he is saying the new owner, Rodolfo Hernandez, is mad at the county because they misled him and only paid for the tub and not the plumber.
That's a serious allegation. If it's true, something should be done about it. Those plumbers can get expensive, especially if they have you over a barrel.