Amber Frey

Various media sensationalized the tape recordings between Scott and Amber Frey as the evidence necessary to convict him and hailed Amber as the Star Witness. Amber and her attorney, Gloria Allred, accepted and exploited her role in Scott's conviction.

The State used Amber and the tape recordings she made to portray Scott as an adulterer and liar, and romancing Amber instead of looking for Laci.  However, in his Closing Argument, Distaso admitted that Amber was not the motive:

I'm going to talk about Amber and the motive in a minute, but did Amber, am I'm standing up here telling you that Scott Peterson killed his wife to go off and marry Amber Frey? You know he was very obsessed with her and lusted after her, and I'm going to show you a number of examples of that.

I don't think he killed Laci Peterson to go marry Amber Frey, though. Amber Frey represented to him freedom. Freedom is what he wanted.

The State also failed to produce any incriminating statements made by Scott to Amber. 



3Amber Phone Calls:  Evidentiary Value

3Amber Frey:  Illusions & Fantasy

3Amber's Trial Testimony

4Phone Records

4Phone Calls Transcripts & Recordings

4Related Evidence


February 10, 1975 Amber Frey is born to Ron and Brenda Frey in Los Angeles County.

1989-1992 Amber Frey spends her freshman and sophomore years at Sierra High School in eastern Fresno County, and her junior year at Fresno's Hoover High School.

1993 Amber graduates from Clovis High School.

1997 After studying child development Amber graduates from Fresno City College, and works at The Learning Tree, a child care center.

1998 Amber Frey meets married Josh Hart at George Brown's Fitness and the two live together for four months, during which time Hart's wife, Michelle, is pregnant with the couple's son. Amber gives a baby shower and visits the baby at the hospital.  Josh Hart and Michelle Hart reconcile.

October 1998 Amber Frey accuses Josh Hart of grabbing her face. She waits 4 days after the incident before filing charges.

March 1999 Josh Hart claims Amber Frey is making false charges against him in retaliation for his leaving her to return to Michelle Hart. Amber Frey files a formal misdemeanor complaint against him.

1999 According to Amber Frey's friend Dean Hoffinger, he dates her for 3 months, a claim which she disputes.

October 1999 Amber Frey meets with Danny Ayers of Emerald Photography and agrees to do a test shoot.

November 11, 1999 The test shoot takes place.

2000 Amber Frey completes 540 hours of training at Golden State College on her way to becoming a massage therapist. She rents space at American Bodyworks. She enters into another relationship and becomes pregnant with her first child.

February 20, 2001 Ayiana Frey is born.

September 2001 Anthony Flores is ordered by a court to pay $567 per month in child support payments to Amber Frey.


October 24 Amber’s friend Shawn Sibley meets Scott Peterson at a convention in Anaheim. She suggests that Scott call her friend Amber who is interested in a serious relationship.

November 1 Shawn e-mails Scott to ask why he hasn’t called Amber yet.

November 14 Shawn sends an e-mail to Scott and mentions Ayiana, Ambers daughter, hoping she’ll be babysitting for her the next week.

November 19 Scott Peterson and Amber Frey speak by phone.

November 20 Scott Peterson meets Amber Frey for the first time at the Elephant Bar Restaurant in Fresno. They stay at the restaurant until it is closing, then walk next door to BB's Lounge. They return to Scott Peterson's hotel room and spend the night together.

November 27 Amber speaks to Richard Byrd for 29 minutes.

December 2 Scott unexpectedly shows up at Amber’s home. They pick up Ayiana Frey from daycare, pack a picnic lunch and go to Squaw Leap Management Area. He spends the night with her at her house.

December 3 Amber asks Scott Peterson to pick up Ayiana Frey from daycare, giving him a key to her home.

December 6 Shawn Sibley finds out that Scott is married and tells him he must tell Amber or she will.

December 8 Amber speaks to Richard Byrd for a total of 1 hour 12 minutes in the evening.

December 9 Scott tells Amber that he has been married.

December 11 Scott and Amber go out and he is fitted for a tuxedo he plans to wear to an upcoming holiday formal. They then attend a birthday party for Shawn Sibley's fiancé, Tom, at the Copper River Country Club.

December 13 Scott and Amber rent the tuxedo for him at the Fashion Fair Shopping Center.

December 14 Scott and Amber attend a Christmas party at the World Sports Café.

December 15 Scott and Amber pose for informal photographs at a friend's apartment, then return to Amber’s home. Peterson leaves Amber Frey's home at 12:15 p.m.—the last time the two will see each other in person until his trial in 2004.

December 16 Amber records a voice mail message left by Scott

December 19 Amber runs into the estranged wife of Dave Giardanelli—a woman that, according to Giardanelli, had died of a heart condition.

December 21 Amber calls Richard Byrd and speaks to him for 57 minutes.

December 24 The day that Laci Peterson disappears. Amber sleeps late. At about 2:30 p.m., Amber is visited by neighbors. She then goes to visit her mother. Amber goes to a holiday dinner at a friend's home. Richard Byrd is also a guest.

December 25 Amber talks to Richard Byrd for 24 minutes at 8:36 a.m.

December 25 Doug Sibley leaves a voice message for Scott telling him that he should call Amber.

December 26 Amber calls Scott 14 times.

December 27 Amber visits a friend at his work site, the day before she presumably has plans to leave with him on a vacation to Hawaii.

December 28 Amber does not leave for Hawaii. She and a friend (Denise) do an Internet search trying to find information about Scott.

December 28 Amber talks to Richard Byrd for 18 minutes.

December 29 According to Amber she sees Ava Frey and her boyfriend. According to Shawn Sibley's trial testimony, she and Amber attend a birthday party. According to Amber, the party she attends is at Doug Sibley's home, and is also attended by Richard Byrd.

December 30 Richard Byrd calls Amber Frey at 1:40 a.m. to tell her that her boyfriend Scott Peterson is married and a person of interest in the disappearance of Laci Peterson. Amber Frey calls the Modesto Police Department at 1:43 a.m. to report her relationship with Scott Peterson. She speaks to them for 22 minutes.  When Amber calls the tipline at 8:41 a.m., Detective Brocchini is standing right behind the operator and takes the phone. 

December 30 9:00 a.m. Taped phone conversation between Detective Craig Grogan and Scott.

December 30 11:00 a.m. (approx.) Detectives Brocchini and Buehler arrive at Amber’s house to interview Amber and Shawn Sibley. Richard Byrd, who has been there, leaves before they arrive. Brocchini and Buehler accompany Amber Frey and Shawn Sibley to Radio Shack where they purchase recording equipment for Amber to tape conversations she has with Scott Peterson. Amber records two conversations with Scott while they are in Radio Shack.

December 31 Amber and Scott talk at 4:12 p.m. before the Candlelight Vigil for Laci scheduled to begin at 4:30.


January 1 Scott calls Amber at 12:01 a.m. while she is at Shawn Sibley's party.

January 2 According to Amber Frey, she works in the morning. Then, Ava Frey and her two boys arrive in the afternoon to pick up Ayiana and go to Disneyland along with Ava’s boyfriend. Amber has dinner with a friend at "Casa de Cronos."

January 3 Grogan shows Scott photo of Amber and Scott. Scott supposedly denies knowing the person in the photo. Interview was videotaped with no sound.

January 4 Amber goes to Brenda McGhee's home to pick up Ayiana , who has been with Ava Frey since January 2, 2003. The two argue over the fact that Ava Frey did not telephone Amber.

January 5 Amber Frey attends church in Fresno.

January 6-8 On January 6, 7, and 8 Amber is in Modesto and records her phone conversations with Scott at the Police Department. Amber is coached by Detectives Buehler and Grogan and Sharon Hagan, a profiler with the Department of Justice. On January 6, at 11:02 p.m. Scott tells Amber that Laci Peterson is his wife and has been missing for two weeks.

January 7 Amber Frey mails Scott Peterson a letter to his private mailbox.

January 8 Scott questions Amber’s involvement in Laci’s disappearance. He does not object when she says she is going to the police

January 10 Amber Frey calls the volunteer command center.  Investigators begin tapping the phone of Scott Peterson based on a warrant issued by Judge Wray Ladine. Scott returns cards and photos mailed to him and given to him by Amber.

January 13 According to Amber, she is ill. David Markovich comes over to bring her items and check on her and Ayiana.

January 15 Amber Frey meets her mother for lunch. Det. Craig Grogan and Det. Phil Owen meet Lee Peterson at a coffee shop in San Diego to break the news to him about Scott Peterson's affair with Amber Frey. The Rochas are told about Scott’s involvement with Amber.

January 18 Jacobson defends more wiretaps, writing, "We believe these telephone conversations, if intercepted, will show Scott Peterson‘s further involvement and, possibly, the involvement of Amber Frey in Laci Peterson‘s disappearance.”

January 22 Detective Buehler calls Amber and asks if she would come to the MPD to take a polygraph.  She agrees to do so the next day.

January 23 Amber goes as planned to the MPD to take the polygraph, which took about 2 hours.  The polygraph examiner (a woman) wrote:  'I asked the subject if she would suspect anyone of causing Laci's disappearance she stated she would suspect Laci's husband Scott Peterson because of the things he told during their relationship about being married.'

January 24 KGPE television reporter Sontaya Rose arrives with a camera crew at American Bodyworks to interview Amber Frey. Amber hides in her work place until the Modesto Police Department arrives to take her to Modesto in the afternoon. A Modesto Police Department spokesperson states they brought Amber Frey forward because the media had tracked her down. After giving her public statement, Amber Frey meets privately with the Rocha family. Amber Frey spends the night at Lori Ellsworth's home.

January 28 Amber Frey calls Lori Ellsworth for a conversation that lasts 90 minutes.

January 31 Amber, coordinating her efforts with MPD, tries to convince Scott to take a polygraph test with her.

February 1 Amber arranges polygraph test for Scott, but she does not appear. When he sees Brocchini near the site, Scott leaves.

February 4 The wire tap which began January 10 ends.

February 8 Scott asks Amber to meet him

February 10 Amber’s Birthday. Shawn does not attend Amber’s birthday party and does not invite Amber to her wedding.

February 19 Last documented phone call between Amber and Scott

March (date unknown) Amber and her daughter vacation in Vero Beach, FL. Buehler drives them to the airport

April 3 and 8 Scott e-mails Amber

April 25 Scott writes a letter to Amber

May 19 Amber Frey arranges for victim rights attorney Gloria Allred to represent her.

June 12 Judge Girolami issues a gag order barring lawyers, witnesses and police officers from publicly discussing details about the case. The gag order does not name attorneys for witnesses, which exempts Gloria Allred, Amber Frey's attorney.

September 6 Ron Frey informs the Modesto Bee that Amber fears for her life. She is now being protected by private guards and lives in a gated community with round-the-clock protection by private security guards

October 20 ModBee article on Amber's $6M lawsuit against David Hans Schmidt, and his firm by the same name, for posting nude photos of her on his pay-for-use website without her permission. The pictures were taken in 1999 by Danny Ayers at Emerald Photography in Clovis for a "test shoot.”


January 27 National Enquirer reports that Amber and the father of her unborn child gave up their separate apartments and moved in together.

April Justin Dean Markovich is born.

August 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 23, 24 Amber Frey testifies for the prosecution in the trial of Scott Peterson.


January Amber Frey publishes Witness: For the Prosecution of Scott Peterson. After the announcement of Scott Peterson's guilty verdict she ends her media silence and gives many interviews, often accompanied by attorney Gloria Allred.

January 27 Amber Frey agrees to share custody of toddler son with David Markovich.

September 19 Anthony Flores appears in a Madera courtroom in an effort to stop child support payments to Amber Frey, and the judge agrees, Flores has paid $175 a month for four years. A DNA test determined that Ayiana's father is Fresno bar owner Christopher B. Funch and not Anthony D. Flores.


July 5 Amber Frey marries Robert Hernandez near Lake Tahoe, Calif. Hernandez works in law enforcement.


June 28 Amber Frey opens Clovis Day Spa


The Amber Phone Calls: Evidentiary Value Analysis


Collected onDecember 30, 2002 through February 19, 2003

Collected by:  Amber Frey, under the management of Detective Jon Buehler

Reason:  To obtain a confession or other incriminating statements from Scott Peterson

Media Reports:  Various media sensationalized the tape recordings as the evidence necessary to convict Peterson and hailed Amber as the Star Witness.  Copies of the tape recordings were leaked to People Magazine

Received by:  Det. Jon Buehler

Received on:  On a regular basis throughout the period

Case No:  CV 02-010941

Results: The tapes were used to portray Scott as an adulterer and liar, and romancing Amber instead of looking for Laci.


Those who believe Scott Peterson murdered his wife and unborn son cite as strong evidence of guilt his many hours on the telephone with Amber after Laci’s disappearance, romancing her instead of looking for Laci, as everyone else was. I’ve even seen it posted on our BB that he spent 300+ hours on the phone with Amber.  Furthermore, they cite his eagerness to begin the affair and his willingness to lie in order to keep Amber on the string as evidence of motivation for this planned, pre-meditated murder.

The facts, however, do not support this public perception. Instead of spending hours romancing Amber instead of looking for Laci, in the first 12 days after Laci's disappearance, he spent only an average of 28 minutes per day on the phone with Amber, mostly late at night when no searching for Laci was even possible, and he was at home with the home phone open to take calls regarding Laci.

The first contact between Scott and Amber occurred on November 19, with 3 phone calls exchanged to arrange the first date.  Rick Distaso, in his Opening Statement, claims that Scott is the one that called Amber: 

In this particular case you can see Scott, or the defendant called Amber Frey three times on the 19th to set up their date. (Distaso)

Did Distaso deliberately lie?  Because what he told the Jury certainly isn't the truth.  According to Jacobson’s chart for November 19, 2002 (People’s Exhibit 207F-1), and Amber’s cell phone records (Defendant’s Exhibit 5O), she is the one who called Scott three times on that day to arrange the meeting date for the next day.

4:24 p.m. Amber called Scott Bus <1m>

4:27 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <4m>

10:00 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <2m>

Jacobson, in his testimony, confirms that no other calls between Scott and Amber were identified for the 19th, or any day prior to the 19th.

Mark Geragos: Would you pull those out for November. These three calls on the 19th, do you have those?
Steven Jacobson: Yes, sir, I do.
Mark Geragos: Okay. What are the duration of those three calls?
Steven Jacobson: The first one indicated there at 4:24 p.m. to the business.
Mark Geragos: Right.
Steven Jacobson: Shows one minute.
Mark Geragos: Okay. So we're assuming that's a, leaving a voice mail?
Steven Jacobson: It's certainly, it all depends whether he had an answering machine there at the business or not, but it is a short duration call, so that could be a correct assumption.
Mark Geragos: 4:27?
Steven Jacobson: 4:27 p.m. shows a four minute duration.
Mark Geragos: Okay. So more likely to be either a long message or a conversation?
Rick Distaso: Objection. Calls for speculation.
Judge Delucchi: Overruled.
Steven Jacobson: It could either be a long voice mail message or a short conversation, you're correct.
Mark Geragos: 10:00 p.m.
Steven Jacobson: 10:00 p.m. indicates two minutes.
Mark Geragos: Okay. Now, go to the, and those are the only three that you were able to find, right?
Steven Jacobson: Those are the only three on the records, yes, sir.

So, we have the State's own expert witness stating that Amber is the one who called Scott to arrange for the first date -- and she placed 3 calls on the 19th, one to his office number and two to his cell phone number.

How much time did Scott spend on the phone with Amber?

Jacobson estimated that Scott and Amber shared at least 250 calls.  9 calls were in November 2002 and 48 in December before Laci disappeared.  So, we eliminate those from the discussion.  In the following analysis, Jacobson's note of who called whom is followed by the detail from Amber's cell phone records (Defense 5O).  Scott's Cell 1 number is the -0337 Modesto number, and his Cell 2 is the -8427 Modesto number. 

Jacobson has 0 calls on December 24.  On December 25, we have these calls:

8:23 a.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <5 min>

8:32 a.m. Amber called Scott Cell 2 <1 min>

9:06 a.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <10 min>

6:14 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <1 min>

7:41 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <1 min, Doug Sibley left voice message>

8:20 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <6 min>

8:26 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <23 min>

The total time is 47 minutes, including the voice mail messages and even the voice mail from Doug Sibley.  Did these calls prevent him from looking for Laci?  No, they did not.  Scott was at the house on the morning of the 25th as a steady stream of people came in for flyers and then out to distribute them.  He was out by 10:30 a.m. with Brent Rocha putting up flyers.  He walked around the corner with Sharon Rocha to see one of her friends.  Three and a half hours that afternoon were spent in an interview with Det. Grogan and Agent Mansfield.  47 minutes pales in comparison to the hours he spent on the 25th working with family, friends, and police investigators to find Laci.


One other point about the calls on Dec. 25th needs to be made.  Amber makes the 1st 2 calls.  Would Scott have called her if she had not first called him?  The same can be asked about the calls that evening.  If Doug Sibley had not called and left his voice mail, would Scott have called Amber? 


December 26th shows more of the same pattern -- but even more excessive, with 5 calls from Amber to Scott, and then a series of 9.   

3:04 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <2 min VM>

5:32 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <1 min VM>

5:37 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <1 min VM>

5:48 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <2 min VM>

5:50 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 2 <1 min VM>

6:55 p.m. Scott Cell 1 called Amber <1 min>

6:57 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <2 min VM>

7:18 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <1 min VM>

7:19 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <1 min VM>

7:34 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <1 min VM>

7:34 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <1 min VM>

7:36 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <1 min VM>

8:16 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <1 min VM>

8:20 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <1 min VM>

8:21 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <1 min VM>

9:33 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber  <17 min>

Because we know from Amber's testimony that these were voicemails, not conversations, we can see that they only spent 17 minutes on the phone on the 26th, and that only after search efforts for the day would have ended.  Besides aiding in the search earlier that day, Scott was quite busy that evening being served a search warrant and working with the dog handlers.  Clearly, Amber was not uppermost on his mind -- finding Laci was.  And when he does spend the 17 minutes on the phone with Amber, he can't be at home to receive incoming calls on the home phone because the police have it cordoned off for the search warant. 


We have to ask, would Scott even have called Amber on the 26th if she had not left 14 voice mail messages for him?


December 27 shows the same pattern.  Amber first calls Scott multiple times before he calls her, and when he does call her, it's late at night, for only 23 minutes, well after search efforts would have ceased for the day, and from home, where he is available to take calls regarding Laci on the home phone. 

8:37 a.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <1 min>

8:38 a.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <2 min>

8:25 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <1 min>

8:39 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <1 min>

9:33 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <2 min>

9:34 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber

9:35 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <23 min>

[Note:  Amber's cell phone record does not entirely agree with Jacobson's chart regarding the times of the last 3 calls]

December 28, same pattern.  Amber calls Scott twice before he calls her, and they spend only 28 minutes talking on the phone. 

4:45 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <1 min>

4:46 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <1 min>

4:46 p.m. Scott Cell 1 called Amber <15 min>

6:28 p.m. Scott Cell 1 called Amber <8 min>

9:51 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 2 <5 min>

December 29, same pattern.  Amber calls Scott twice before he calls her.  And, they only exchange voice mails, or extremely short conversations.  

3:09 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <1 min>

3:10 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 2 <1 min>

6:20 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <1 min>

6:20 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 2 <1 min>

6:23 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <1 min>

Of course, December 29 is the magic day for Amber, when she becomes aware, very late that night, that Scott is married and his wife is missing.  She makes contact with the MPD and discusses Scott's calls with Brocchini and Buehler, who, of course, have only her word for it because they do not yet have the phone records.


So, let's review what we have.  Each and every day after Laci disappeared, Amber calls first, multiple times.  Only then does Scott call her.  On the 26th, we have 14 calls from Amber to Scott, voice mail messages.  The total time on the phone is not very impressive, for someone that is "romancing" Amber and allegedly trying to keep the relationship going:

December 25, 44 minutes talk time

December 26, 17 minutes talk time

December 27, 23 minutes talk time

December 28, 28 minutes talk time

December 29, 0 minutes talk time

TOTAL talk time = 115 minutes, an average of 23 minutes per day

During these first 5 days, Scott was not romancing Amber instead of looking for Laci.  He was spending very little time on the phone with her, only on average 23 minutes a day, and well after the search efforts would have ended for the day.  He probably would not have spent any time at all on the phone with her if she had not called him multiple times first, each and every day.


Amber goes to the police


On the morning of December 30, the landscape significantly changed -- Amber met with Detectives Brocchini and Buehler, who set her up with a recording device to use with her cell phone and instructions to record every phone call between herself and Scott.


During the previous 5 days, they have only talked an average of 23 minutes each day, Amber has called Scott 29 times, and Scott has only called Amber 11 times.  Amber has called Scott multiple times each day before Scott called Amber.  They had 0 minutes talk time on the 29th.


Of course, Scott doesn't know he's being taped, so he doesn't know to change his behavior in order to avoid suspicion.  These are the calls for the 30th.

2:32 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 2 <2 min>

2:39 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <1 min>

4:02 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 1 <6 min>

5:01 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <2 min> 195B

5:03 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <1 min> 195C

[Note:  Amber's cell phone record does not entirely agree with Jacobson's chart]

A total of 12 minutes, and that includes rounded up talk times and voice messages.  12 minutes.  Where is the romancing?  Where are the hours of talking to Amber instead of being out looking for Laci? 


Again, on December 31, we clearly see that he is not spending hours on the phone romancing Amber.  The notorious call during the vigil was only a 1-minute call.  That's all.  These are not the calling patterns of a man trying to keep a romance going.  They are the calling pattern of a man deeply engrossed in looking for his wife and only giving lip service to the girl friend who keeps calling him. 

11:35 a.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <1 min>

11:42 a.m. Amber called Scott Cell 2 <5 min>

2:59 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 2 <2 min>

3:05 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <2 min> 195D

4:18 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <4 min> 195E

4:20 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <1 min> 195F

[Note:  Amber's cell phone record does not entirely agree with Jacobson's chart]

January 1, we have 2 calls from Scott to Amber:

12:01 a.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <69 min> 195G

10:05 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <18 min> 195H

Let's look first at the 12:01 a.m. call.  It's a 69 minute call, the longest by far since Laci's disappearance.  But let's put it into some perspective.


The call occurs between midnight and 1 a.m. - not a time when anyone is out looking for Laci.  So, Scott is not talking with Amber when he should have been out looking for Laci.  Furthermore, Scott is at home, with the home phone and his other cell phone free to receive incoming calls from Laci or any one else about Laci. 


This phone call, filled with so much chatter from Amber, may have been some very necessary comic relief.  One week to the date and time, Scott was at the MPD involved in a one hour interview with Det. Brocchini, culminating several hours of discussions and search efforts.  He has already had his home and place of business searched twice and fully realizes he is the one under scrutiny.  No one has come forward to provide any explanation of what happened to his wife and son.  Much as he wanted to deny it, thoughts that she might never return have surely been on his mind. 


The second call that day likewise was at a time when no one was out looking for Laci, and thus it did not interfere with his efforts to find Laci.  He was at home, and the home phone and his other cell phone were free to take calls.


January 2.  Amber is again the one to call first on this day, we have a grand total of 34 minutes max talk time, 32 of which are after 10 p.m., when no one was looking for Laci and Scott was at home with his home phone free to take calls regarding Laci.  Scott is not romancing Amber instead of looking for Laci.

2:39 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 2 <2 min>

10:15 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <28 min> 195I

10:42 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 2 <4 min> 195J

10:43 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber 

10:56 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <VM> 195K

The 10:43 call cannot be reconciled with Amber's cell phone bill

January 3, no romancing going on here.  Just 3 very short phone calls where pretty much all they do is say, Hello, can you hear me?  No one was looking for Laci at that time of night, and Scott was home manning the home phone. 

11:06 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <2 min> 195L

11:06 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 2 <2 min>

11:17 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 2 <2 min>

January 4, the only call worth mentioning is the 61 minute one, and it began at 10:32 at night, long after search efforts had ceased for the day, and when Scott was at home manning the home phone.  I know this is beginning to sound like a broken record, but there just simply isn't any evidence that Scott is romancing Amber instead of being out looking for Laci, or that he is spending hours and hours talking with Amber.  And if this is romancing, romance needs to be redefined.

12:09 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 2 <2 min>

4:53 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 2 <4 min>

10:30 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <1 min> 195M

10:31 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <1 min>

10:32 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <61 min> 195N

January 5, no romancing going on this day.

9:31 a.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <VM>

11:15 a.m. Amber called Scott Cell 2 <2 min VM>

10:56 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 2 <3 min VM>

Obviously, Scott Peterson was not acting like the typical adulterer who wanted to be with his mistress instead of his wife.  He has made no attempt to see Amber and has been spending very little time with her on the phone, mostly in response to her calls, at night when no searching for Laci could be accomplished, and sitting at home manning the home phone. 

In fact, over the last 12 days, Scott has been on the telephone with Amber a total of 338 minutes, and that counts all the little 1 minute and 2 minute calls that probably are just voice messages. 

December 25, 44 minutes talk time

December 26, 17 minutes talk time

December 27, 23 minutes talk time

December 28, 28 minutes talk time

December 29, 0 minutes talk time

December 30, 12 minutes

December 31, 15 minutes

January 1, 87 minutes

January 2, 34 minutes

January 3, 6 minutes

January 4, 69 minutes

January 5, 5 minutes

Total = 338 minutes divided by 12 days = 28 minutes per day average

No wonder the MPD wanted to put the heat on Scott.  Their theory that Amber was the reason he murdered Laci was falling apart.  Amber just wasn't getting enough romantic interest from Scott to sustain their theory. 


January 6, D-day

January 6 is the D-day of sorts, the day Amber, coached by the MPD and even the Department of Justice, forces Scott into a declaration that he is the husband of Laci Peterson, the missing Modesto woman.  Information about this attempt came out in the trial.  Leading up to the 6th, David Harris asks Amber:

David Harris: Ms. Frey, we played some of the recordings that occurred up until January 4th, 2003. The next recordings that we're going to be playing are from January 6th. I want to be talking to you specifically about January 6th at this point in time. Did, did something occur at the Modesto Police Department on January 6th?

Harris doesn't play any recordings from January 5th because there aren't any to play. He doesn't inform the jury that Scott Peterson's last attempt to contact Amber was at 9:31 a.m. on the 5th.  That is important, because Amber left 2 voice messages on the 5th, but Scott had not yet called her back.

11:15 a.m. Amber called Scott Cell 2 <2 min VM>

10:56 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 2 <3 min VM>

Scott did not make his usual night-time call to Amber on the 5th, even though she left him a voice mail at 10:56 that night.  Now, let's listen in as Harris continues his questioning about the events of January 6.

David Harris:  . . . Did, did something occur at the Modesto Police Department on January 6th?

Amber Frey: Yes.

David Harris: Did they ask you to leave your home or move you to another location on that date?

Amber Frey: Yes.

David Harris: Without getting into what it was that, why they did that, did you accompany them and go to some other location?

Amber Frey: Yes.

What David Harris does not want the jury to hear is what any reasonable person would suspect, given the whole truth.  Scott's failure to make his customary call the night of the 5th, even though Amber left him a voice message that morning and that night, undoubtedly unnerved the MPD.  Furthermore, Scott did not make any calls to Amber during the day on the 6th -- not even a single voicemail message. 

David Harris: And did you, were you pretty much under their protection at that point in time?

Amber Frey: Yes.

David Harris: And did you start to make some phone calls, I don't want to say using their words, but did you talk with them about certain subjects or certain information that should start coming up on January 6th?

Amber Frey: Yes.

David Harris: And a part of that was to at this point in time, on January 6th, indicate that you might –

Mark Geragos: Objection. Leading.

Judge Delucchi: Sustained.

David Harris: Did you talk to the defendant about finding out some information on January 6th?

Amber Frey: Yes.

David Harris: And did you start this early in the day and leave a message?

Amber Frey: I believe so.

David Harris: If we can go to the document

Judge Delucchi: O then? Okay. And this is January 6th at 2213 hours.

Harris specifically asks if Amber started "early in the day," and Amber replies, "I believe so."  Yet, the first call on Jacobson's chart is from Scott's cell 2, at 10:12 p.m.  The 2nd call was also from Scott at 10:13 p.m., which is the recording played for the jury. 

10:12 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber

10:13 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber  195O

10:15 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber  195P

10:16 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber  195Q

11:02 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber  195R

11:29 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber  195S

These calls are not "early in the day" and they are not Amber calling Scott.  Why don't Amber's "early in the day" calls appear on Jacobson's chart?  The chart gives the impression that Scott just resumed his regular nightly calls, but Amber's testimony makes it clear that she had left voice messages for Scott "early in the day" as an incentive for him to call her. 


What does Amber say "off the record" about this important day?  In Witness for the Prosecution, she gives this introduction:

The next day [January 6], Buehler phoned and asked if I could come to Modesto.  He gave me directions to the Orchard Motel, in nearby Turlock, and I drove there and met him and Sharon Hagan, a profiler with the Department of Justice, as well as Detective Craig Grogan, of the Modesto Police Department.  They had checked me in under the name Teresa Collins.  I guess they were just being careful.

"One of the reasons I asked you to come up is because Scott is in Fresno," Buehler said.  "I didn't want you to run into him.  The other reason is that we want to help you in your next conversation with Scott." 

"Help me how?" I asked.

"You're going to keep him on the phone, and we'll feed you questions from time to time.  Officer Hagan is going to try to help you get some information out of him."

"I'll do what I can," I said.

It turned out to be a watershed day.  It was the day Scott Peterson finally told me about Laci. (pp. 90-91)

Of course we know Buehler lied to Amber about Scott being in Fresno (or Amber lied about Buehler saying that) because he was tracked all day by GPS and was nowhere near Fresno. 


We also know that Amber shared more than one phone call with the Modesto Police Department on the 6th, several of which she placed to them.  209-572-9524 is Buehler's number, and 209-652-1814 is Brocchini's.  Note that Amber's call to Buehler is the first exchange for them that day, as she has no incoming calls before it.  So, she had a calls to Buehler at 8:34, 8:58, and 9:03 before she receives her first incoming call.  Then another call to Buehler at 10:25 a.m. immediately followed by one to Brocchini. 







More calls to Brocchini at 12:54, 3:06, 4:56, and 5:08. 

Amber receives two calls at 5:11 and 5:12, then a 5 hour silence until Scott calls at 10:11 p.m. 

So, rather than a single phone call from Buehler to Amber asking her to come to Modesto, we have a series of 9 phone calls from Amber to Buehler and Brocchini throughout the day.  Amber didn't seem to recollect these 9 calls when she testified under cross examination:

Mark Geragos: Yeah. Did you tell him you were going to go up there on January 6th?

Amber Frey: No, it wasn't something that was planned.

Mark Geragos: It was what?

Amber Frey: It was, it wasn't something that was planned through the police department that I come up on that date.

Mark Geragos: Well, you called them on the 6th, right?

Amber Frey: I called who?

Mark Geragos: The police on the 6th, correct? On January 6th?

Amber Frey: My recollection, they had contacted me and wanted me to come up there that day.

Mark Geragos: Okay. And you said you would?

Amber Frey: Yes.

Mark Geragos: Okay. And when you said you would go up there, did they tell you why they wanted you there?

Amber Frey: Not until I was there.

Now, let's analyze the phone calls that Scott made to Amber.  His last call to her was a voice mail left at 9:31 a.m. on the 5th.  No calls on the night of the 5th from Scott to Amber, even though Amber left 2 voice messages, one at 11:15 a.m. and the other at 10:56 p.m.  Amber has made 9 calls throughout the day to the MPD and she has gone to Modesto to be coached by Buehler, Grogan, and Hagan.  These are the calls Scott made that night.

10:12 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <1 min>

10:13 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <2 min> 195O

10:15 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <2 min> 195P

10:16 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <27 min> 195Q

11:02 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <25 min> 195R

11:29 p.m. Scott Cell 2 called Amber <98 min> 195S

[The times on Amber's cell phone record do not exactly match the times on Jacobson's chart.]

David Harris didn't play the first call for the jury, probably because the subject of it seems to be Ayianna's diaper rash and it was very short.  In the second call, Amber tries to plant the hint, as Harris terms it. 

David Harris: Yes. Playing O.

Judge Delucchi: And this is two pages?

David Harris: Yes.

(196O played)

FREY: (clears throat) (phone ringing) Hello.

PETERSON: Diaper rash?

FREY: Huh-huh. Hi.


FREY: Can you hear me?

PETERSON: Yeah, perfect.

FREY: Really. Oh, my God! I’m so glad that…to hear from you.


FREY: Oh, well, something uh…strange had happened today. Um…


FREY: I’m here.


FREY: Can you hear me?

PETERSON: Hey? Okay, got ya.

FREY: Okay.


FREY: Barely?

PETERSON: Yeah. What’s up?

FREY: I was just um…well, I got a message from Sauki. She was in-between airports today. I don’t know what happened with her flight.

PETERSON: Amber? Amber, are you there?

FREY: I’m here.  

PETERSON: Amber, I can’t hear you, sweetie.

FREY: I can hear you just fine.

PETERSON: Amber, are you…I don’t know if you’re there or not. Amber?

FREY: I can hear you.

PETERSON: Amber, I’ll try calling back.

FREY: I can hear you. (click)

David Harris: The message, the information on that particular phone call about Saki, was that the beginning of this kind of dropping a hint to the defendant?

Mark Geragos: Objection. Leading.

Judge Delucchi: Overruled.

Amber Frey: Repeat the question.

David Harris: The phone call that was just played, the message about something from Saki, was that part of this process of leaving or planting this hint?

Amber Frey: Yes.

Harris played the 3rd call, too, which is nothing more than Scott being unable to hear a word she says.

David Harris: We go to next. I believe this is P.

Judge Delucchi: This January 6, 2215 hours. One page.

(196P played)

(phone ringing)

FREY: Hello? Hello? Scott? I hope you could hear me…


FREY: Yeah.


FREY: Yeah, I’m here.


FREY: I was just seeing…I don’t know what…she just called and said she was worried about me and I have no idea what she’s…what she’s talking about.

PETERSON: Amber, is that…?

FREY: I’m here, can you hear me?


FREY: I can hear you.

PETERSON: Okay, I can’t hear. I don’t know if you’re there, sweetie. Um…

FREY: I can hear you. I just don’t know. I’m worried about her. She says she’s worried about me and I have no idea what she’s talking about. And her plane…I don’t know when her plane’s gonna get in. I just…I’m…she just sounded very concerned for me and I’m just…I have no idea what she’s talking about. Are you there? Can you hear me? Scott? Hello? (beep, beep) 

Scott called the 4th time, which was a total actual talk time of 24 minutes and 34 seconds, according to David Harris, and starts off with Amber continuing to plant the hint, but Scott quickly changes the subject -- to Ayianna, Amber's toddler child, and her problems with diaper rash and a cold. 

Judge Delucchi: Now we're going to play Q. And that's dated January the 6th at 2216 hours, which is 10:16 p.m. And have you distributed Q, Mike? Distributing it now. Okay.

(196Q played)

FREY: Yeah, he listened to me (talking to someone in background). (phone ringing) Hello, Scott?


FREY: Yes.

PETERSON:  Hey, okay. I can hear you.

FREY: Did you hear me?

PETERSON: Yeah. We were talking about diaper rash.

FREY: Oh, well, I heard diaper rash. But you didn’t hear me?

PETERSON: No. What’s wrong?

FREY: I don’t know. Sauki called and left me a message and said she was worried about me and that she was in-between flights and she said she needed to talk to me when she got back into town. And I have no idea. I…I don’t know.

PETERSON: Huh! Weird.

FREY: It is weird.

PETERSON: She left like a cryptic message?

FREY: Yeah, she had left me a message. I was at diner with uh…my family. And when I tried calling her back it went straight to her voicemail and I haven’t heard back from her since. But she said she was just getting on her flight and she’d call me when she got back into L.A., I think is what she said.

PETERSON: Wow! When does she get in?

FREY: Um…I have no idea. She didn’t tell me a time.


FREY: She said she was delayed and in-between. I have…I have no idea if she’s in…in Chi…Chicago, I think. I have no idea where she’s at. 

PETERSON: But you’re okay, right?

FREY: I’m okay. But she said she was worried about me and concerned and said, “I hope you’re okay, Amber”. I’m gonna…I have no idea, I’m scared, I have no idea what she’s talking about.

PETERSON: Yeah. Weird.

FREY: Yeah. It’s like, you know, like okay, what next? You know, I fight with my sister and it’s just…

PETERSON: Yeah. Like you need more in your life, huh?

FREY: And then you’re so far away. I just feel so…I just feel so alone. I just don’t…I don’t…I have no idea. I’m…

PETERSON: Well sweetie, there’s lots of people that care about you.

FREY: I know, but I…I have no idea why she was so concerned. She sounded like she was crying and…

PETERSON: Well…gosh, you don’t need anything else tough in your life.

FREY: No, I don’t.

PETERSON: I mean people can make it better. And I don’t mean your life is bad, I’m just saying, you know, quality people. Oh…huh!

FREY: So I’ve got…

PETERSON: Well, let’s get your mind off of that until you find out what it is.

FREY: Okay.

PETERSON: So the poor girl’s got diaper rash and a cold?

This call seems to end with no question on Scott's mind about Saki's call.  Scott does not mention calling her back or having any unresolved questions. 

Planting the hint worked, because just 30 minutes later Scott called back for the 5th time?  This call was billed at 25 minutes on Amber's phone bill, but Harris said the recording was only 22 minutes. 

PETERSON: …the worst thing in the world.

FREY: Okay.

PETERSON: And I’m so sorry that this has happened and I am so sorry I going to hurt you in this way. I don’t want to do this over the phone. I want to tell you this, I want to be there in person to tell you this. But I’m sure that’s why Sauki called you.

FREY: What?

PETERSON: I’m sure that’s why Sauki called you.

FREY: Why…why would Sauki…what are you talking about?

PETERSON: It’s the worst thing. I’m sorry, Amber. Um…well, I’ll just…I’ll just tell you.

FREY: Okay.

PETERSON: Uh…you haven’t been watching the new obviously?


PETERSON: Um…I have not been traveling during the last couple weeks. I have…I have lied to you that I’ve been traveling.

FREY: Okay.

PETERSON: The girl I’m married to, her name is Laci.

FREY: Uh-hum.

PETERSON: She disappeared just before Christmas.

For the next 20 or so minutes, Amber badgers Scott with questions about what he said or did on this day or that.  The call is unexpectedly disconnected.  Almost immediately Scott called Amber back, and this last, the 6th call for the day, was billed at 98 minutes, over an hour and a half.  The call ends with Amber asking Scott not to call her, and he agrees.

FREY: You know, Scott, I…I just really need to think about all this so don’t call me.

PETERSON: Okay, I won’t. I respect that.

FREY: I’ll call you, okay?

PETERSON: Please do. Please do.

FREY: Gotta go.



FREY: Oh, my God!

That should be the end of it, right?  Amber has made it clear to Scott that she thinks he is involved in Laci's disappearance, and he's emphatically said he's not.  She's demanded to know details about his and Laci's relationship, and he's refused to tell her. Buehler and Grogan have accomplished their goal, they got Scott to admit that he was Laci's husband.

But, that's not all they wanted.  They wanted a confession, or at least an incriminating statement.  But Amber fell far short.  What is worse, Scott appeared to be keeping his word; he wasn't going to call her.  From Jacobson's charts, we know that Amber is indeed the one that initiated the next call.  On the 7th, she called Scott at 4:13 p.m., and they talked for 100 minutes.

4:13 p.m. Amber called Scott Cell 2 <100 min> 195T

So, we must ask the question, would Scott have called Amber again if Amber had not first called him on the 7th?  So many times, Scott gives every indication that he is not going to maintain the relationship, but Amber persists in calling him.  She reels him in, so to speak.


This wouldn't be a factor worth discussing, if it were not for the fact that the Prosecution has portrayed Scott as pursuing a romantic relationship with Amber, when the truth is that she was deliberately perpetuating that relationship and wouldn't let it die the nature death it was destined for. 

We shall never know for sure if Scott would have ever called Amber again, but the Prosecution would have had a much better case if the facts went down like this:

On December 25, Scott had called Amber without having to be prompted by her voice mail messages and the message from Doug Sibley

On December 26, Scott had called Amber 14 times, not Amber called Scott 14 times

Through the course of the next 10 days, Scott had been the one to make the first call of the day, not Amber

Through the course of the next 10 days, Scott had called Amber at least as often as she called him

Scott hadn't skipped his January 5 usual nighttime call, in spite of 2 voice mails from Amber

Scott had called Amber on January 6 without having to be prompted by voice mails from Amber expressing some urgent situation

Scott had called Amber on January 7, not Amber called Scott

Those would be some facts that would support the claim that Scott was pursuing Amber as a romantic relationship.  But those facts are nowhere to be found. 

Amber Frey -- Illusions & Fantasy

The much anticipated appearance of Amber Frey finally materialized. I was able to be in court only for the Tuesday afternoon sessions. And, I was just observing, not pecking at my laptop to capture every word possible.

When I got to the courthouse, I asked others their impressions of Amber. All were fairly positive, saying Amber was articulate and sincere. As I listened to her I was thinking, gosh, she is articulate and sincere. She was well-coached, only answered yes or no questions with yes or no, waited for the follow-up question to give the details, and pretty consistently did not volunteer any information.

But, as the afternoon wore on, I noticed how many times she said she couldn't answer a question, meaning she did not understand the question. These were simple questions. Perhaps she was coached to do that, if the question asked more than she wanted to answer. But I thought it made her appear as a simpleton.

For the nitty gritty of the testimony -- there wasn't much substance in the afternoon sessions. In case any of you had any doubts, it was Richard Byrd that called her the 29th at the party. But, she testified that she didn't contact him until after Christmas. She said she first became suspicious of Scott on the 23rd when he called to give her the Post office box in Modesto to send mail to him. Then she was having *trust issues* in the days after Christmas, so she talked to Byrd about it.

Harris asked her if she had taped her conversations with Scott before the 30th, and she said no, all she had was his voice mail messages. She had one that he left on the 16th, just an inconsequential message, that she played for Brocchini and Buehler.

Her explanation for the 14 calls (she said more than one but under ten) on the 26th is that she was trying to get hold of him to thank him for the Christmas present that had just arrived. Interestingly, he mailed it from the warehouse address on Emerald.

They had unprotected sex on the night of the 14th, and they talked about going to go see a doctor to discuss birth control vs. him having a vasectomy when he returned home in January.

She said on the 15th as he left her home after an overnight stay, she gave him a card with a picture of her and her daughter in it. She said he mailed it back to her later, but Harris didn't identify the date when he mailed that back. I wonder if they are going to suggest Laci saw that picture. She sent him another card with a picture of her, Shawn, and her daughter in it, but I don't recall the date she sent it.

The hot scintillating sexy phone calls -- the Jury has already heard hours of conversation between Scott and Amber, none of it scintillating and only rarely anything remotely sexy.

Personology, an ancient science, defines the psychology of Scott's and Amber's relationship in this way:

This combination is likely to get out of touch with reality pretty easily. Illusions of all sorts fascinate the relationship, particularly when they fulfill its partners' own fantasy needs. Such a couple must take care not to see only what they want to see and hear only what they want to hear.

Based on the phone conversations that the Prosecution has played in Court, that adequately describes the relationship -- illusions and fantasy. Scott entered into the relationship based on a fantasy he created with Shawn, who then passed it on to Amber. Amber was all too happy to fall in love with a rich bachelor who regularly traveled across Europe and had 2 homes. She feds his fantasy, and he feds her. They saw what they wanted to see, and heard what they wanted to hear.

The problem for us is, how can we tell where the fantasy ends and the real personality begins. After Laci's disappearance, Scott is talking like a man without a care in the world, chitchatting about diaper rashes, Amber's family problems, and favorite movies. But, so is Amber! She is just as good an actor, seemingly so out of touch with reality, and all the time she has at least a recording device going and some times even an officer or two by her side.

Even after Scott admits he has lied to Amber, we still cannot be certain he is not continuing to lie, and we know for certain that Amber is lying. With all of her emphasis on the importance of Scott gaining back her trust, she can't be trusted -- after all, she is taping these conversations for the police!

So, what value do the taped conversations have in determining Scott's involvement in Laci's abduction and murder? None! Precisely because we can't tell where the fantasy ends and the reality begins. Scott is talking about a continued relationship with Amber after Laci is found, and Amber has grandiose dreams of being the spy that solves this murder mystery. They truly do hear what they want to hear, and see what they want to see.

Amber's Phone Records

Defense Exhibit 5O, 84-page Cell Phone Record for Amber Frey

This covers the period from November 1, 2002, to February 24, 2003.  The dates, phone numbers, and duration of the call are in searchable text format. The Exhibit PDF has more detail.  We have identified many of the phone numbers, so you can see who Amber was calling, and when. 

Defense 5N: Amber Frey's phone calls to Richard Byrd

Chart shows date, time, and duration of the 65 calls Amber Frey placed to Richard Byrd, a detective in the Fresno Police Department, from November 5, 2002, to February 19, 2003.  The chart does not include any calls from Richard Byrd to Amber Frey. 


The Phone Calls:  Transcripts & Recordings


People's Exhibit 207F:  Jacobson's Charts of Phone calls between Scott and Amber

This chart lists all of the phone calls between Scott and Amber.  The calls that were entered into evidence are indicated on the chart by their Evidence No., and many of these have tape recordings.  Transcripts for the calls that were not entered into evidence are also linked. 

People's 195 (transcripts) and 196 (tape recordings)

December 16, 2002

A: 5:42 pm

December 30, 2002

B: 5:01 pm

C: 5:03 pm

December 31, 2002

D: 3:05 pm

E: 4:18 pm

F: 4:20 pm

January 1, 2003

G: 00:01 am

H: 10:05 pm

January 2, 2003

I: 10:15 pm

J: 10:42 pm

K: 10:56 pm

January 3, 2003

L: 11:06 pm

January 4, 2003

M: 10:30 pm

N: 10:32 pm

January 6, 2003

O: 10:13 pm

P: 10:15 pm

Q: 10:16 pm

R: 11:02 pm

S: 11:29 pm

January 7, 2003

T: 4:13 pm

January 8, 2003

U: 1:32 pm

People's 198 (transcripts) and 199 (tape recordings)

January 12, 2003

A: 6:04 pm

B: 7:19 pm

January 14, 2003

C: 11:58 am

January 15, 2003

D: 9:47 pm

January 17, 2003

E: 5:16 pm

January 25, 2003

F: 4:15 pm

G: 6:28 pm

January 28, 2003

H: 2:38 pm

People's 200 (transcripts) and 201 (tape recordings)

February 7, 2003

A: 10:37 pm

B: 10:43 pm

February 8, 2003

C: unknown time

D: unknown time

February 10, 2003

E: 8:55 am

F: 9:30 am

G: 9:31 am

H: 12:01 pm

February 13, 2003

I: 9:16 pm

February 15, 2003

J: 2:42 am

February 19, 2003

K: 7:36 am

Other calls not presented as Evidence

Jan 8 2003 2:30 p.m.
Feb 9 2003 9:01 p.m.
Feb 16 2003 7:03 p.m.


Other Evidence

People's Exhibits

Defense Exhibits