A Los Angeles minister was sentenced Friday
Extramarital Affairs News
news archive 7th November 2003
Peterson Denied Affair On the day he bought the fishing boat that would provide his alibi when his pregnant wife vanished two weeks later, Scott Peterson told his mistress he was a widower planning his first Christmas alone, a police officer testified.
Minister Gets Life for Killing Wife A Los Angeles minister was sentenced Friday to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the 1999 shotgun slayings of his wife and 7-year-old daughter.
Now, Hillary and Arnold We know how the Ron-and-Nancy biopic turned out. Now, what about Hillary and Arnold? A and E is producing two potentially controversial TV movies about Hillary Clinton and Arnold Schwarzenegger to air next year
For those willing to accept help, change is possible Can a husband who's a womanizer, who thinks nothing of extramarital flings, ever really change? I'm married to one who's been an expert at cheating ever since I met him 15 years ago. Of course, I didn't know that when we got married.
Supreme Court: Gay Sex Not Adultery If a married woman has sex with another woman, is that adultery? The New Hampshire Supreme Court says no.
Doctor explores hope of patients When Dr. Jerome Groopman was a student at Columbia Medical School, he encountered a patient whom he would remember for the rest of his life: a fundamentalist woman suffering from breast cancer.
Highway Patrol investigation continues The investigation into allegations against a Tennessee Highway Patrol Officer is continuing, even though the officer retired Nov. 1.
Rutgers hired PR firm to help deal with McCormick affair Rutgers University spent $15,000 to bring in a public relations firm before President Richard L. McCormick admitted that an extramarital affair was one reason he left his last job.
Fletcher shines in national spotlight He got a call from "Ahr-nold," caught four hours of sleep and woke up to find himself a national story.
Detective testifies to finding gun in Scott Peterson's truck A Modesto Police detective who spent last Christmas Eve launching an investigation into Laci Peterson's disappearance testified Thursday that officers found a .22-caliber semiautomatic handgun in Scott Peterson's pickup truck.
Medicine man same as priest Duthie is trying to convince a federal judge that an American medicine man should have the same rights as a priest or other clergy when it comes to statements made in the confessional.
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