Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Geraldo Rivera Lets The ‘Dynamite’ Stories Come To Him

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – These days, the news is finding Geraldo Rivera not the other way around.

Rivera is the one reporter that convicted murderer and former handyman Daniel Pelosi turned to in order to explain who really killed millionaire Ted Ammon in his East Hampton home back in 2001.

In an exclusive Geraldo at Large interview tonight (May 24), Pelosi sends Rivera on a hunt to find the security camera tape that will reveal Ammon’s true killer to the world.

Pelosi claims the killer threw the evidence into a river because he didn’t want Pelosi to be involved in the investigation, since he was having an affair with Ammon’s wife at the time.

But Rivera isn’t completely buying the conniving construction worker’s story, which he thinks plays out like a “bad TV movie.”

Still, Rivera ranks the case up there with the Scott Peterson trial because of its elements of sex, violence, money and crazy alibis.

Although Rivera calls Pelosi “a defense attorney’s nightmare,” the fact that the defendant lost his temper more than once during the jailhouse interview provided “dynamite” material for the show.

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