Drew Peterson Murder Trial: 'Bullet' Testimony May Be Stricken from Record

The judge calls a recess after Peterson's former neighbor testifies about a bullet in his driveway.
1:40 | 08/01/12

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Transcript for Drew Peterson Murder Trial: 'Bullet' Testimony May Be Stricken from Record
A second day of explosive testimony drew Peterson's attorneys demanded a mistrial. It came as prosecutors portrayed Peterson as a man threatening anyone who helped his third wife Kathleen -- BO in the weeks before her death. Neighbor Thomas -- to rally testified Peterson asked him not to installing deadbolt on some BOs bedroom door. And added any friend of hers is an enemy of -- When the locks were changed punter Riley said I found -- 38 caliber bullet on my driveway. The defense objected the jury left the courtroom and the judge was angry. Are you going to be able to demonstrate that the defendant put a bullet in the driveway of mr. pond to rally the judge asked. No judge no responded the prosecution while the judge did not declare a mistrial he did rule -- -- -- testimony may be stricken from the record. There's no sign that it was anything but an accident there's no Stein of a struggle. At all it. -- was found dead in her bathtub eight years ago and the defense claims she slipped and hit her head. The prosecution believes Peterson made it look like an accident. Her death was originally ruled an accidental drowning but when Peterson's fourth wife Stacy disappeared in 2007. It's obvious remains were exhumed. And her death was reclassified as homicide. Stacy Stanley believes Peterson's defense is all smoke and -- Because -- sliding hand does he meant it took from them. An event try to stay weigh as much as they can from the facts at hand. Now the judge adjourned the trial until Thursday giving Peterson's defense time to decide whether it wants to strike all of onto -- testimony or just a portion -- it. Brady hit ABC news Los Angeles.

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