Today In Missing White Women News

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Still in a tryptophan induced post-Thanksgiving coma? Here's some new info on two potentially murdered white women to wrench you from your turkey stupor. (We'd report on missing black women, but it's hard to do so when the mainstream media doesn't seem to give a shit!) Stacy Peterson (pictured), the missing Illinois woman whose ex-cop husband, Drew, was previously married to a woman who "drowned suspiciously" was allegedly spotted in Peoria on November 19th. This update comes via an anonymous letter sent to Drew. And by "anonymous" Drew means "My buddy Skeeter wrote it and I'm pretending it's from a stranger." Kidding on that last part... but only kind of. A friend of Stacy, Scott Rossetto, told a grand jury on Wednesday that he and Stacy sent "racy texts," which he believes may have been misinterpreted by Drew.


This news comes on the heels of new developments in the Natalee Holloway case, which still remains the mother of all missing white woman news stories. The three suspects who were originally detained in the Holloway case, Aruban brothers Deepak and Satish Kalpoe and Netherlands native Joran van der Sloot, have been arrested again as "new material in the investigation" has surfaced. The trio were the last people to see Natalee alive and will appear in front of an Aruban court today. Natalee's dad is also attempting to search for her body, telling the AP that he thinks Natalee's "body was thrown into deep water that has not been adequately searched." We really hate to break it to a grieving father, but it's been over two years since Natalee went missing. Her body, if it was buried at sea, was fish food a long time ago.

Finally: An update in the investigation of alleged murderess, Amanda "Foxyknoxy" Knox. The day after she killed roommate Meredith Kercher in Perugia, Italy, in the midst of what is believed to be an "'extreme' sex game," Amanda Knox bought panties with her boyfriend and fellow murder suspect Raffaele Sollecito (whose name we keep confusing with Anne Hathaway boyfriend, real estate crook Raffaello Follieri). Anyway! The day after Kercher's death, Knox bought two g-strings and told Sollecito in front of the shopkeeper, "After I get you back home, we are going to have wild sex."

Suspects in Holloway Case To Appear In Aruba Court Friday [CNN]
Letter To Suspect Says Missing Illinois Woman Spotted [CNN]
Knox 'bought underwear after Meredith murder [Telegraph]
Mississippi College Student Missing For A Week [Concrete Loop]

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Alright, I'm gonna have to cast my vote in the "both super crazy and super guilty" crowd. The thing that really bothers me about the situation is the fact that this guy managed to get himself a 3rd wife (who has now gone missing) — did he somehow hypnotize her into believing that he'd never been married before? Or that his previous wives were still alive perhaps? Maybe she just didn't want to start off their marriage with a bunch of silly questions about his past — which could also be the reason for her disappearance (you know...too many questions makes the husband homicidal?). Right now I'm considering the benefits of a good private investigator just in case I want to get married *ever*.