Former San Diegan Scott Peterson currently resides on death row in San Quentin State Prison for the murder of his pregnant wife, Laci Peterson and their unborn child.
Sentenced in March 2005, Peterson is living a surprisingly privileged life behind bars -- according to Nancy Mulane, author of "Life After Murder: Five Men in Search of Redemption".
In a special one-hour report Saturday night, Mulane told Geraldo Rivera "Scott Peterson is living inside a single cell, inside NorthSeg; it's the exclusive, it's the best that you can ever hope to serve".
Mulane, one of the few people to see the former San Diego High School student in prison, went on to say he has access to a basketball court, an outdoor shower and toilet, and a roof to protect prisoners from the sun.
"Scott Peterson has an exclusive life inside San Quentin," she said, comparing his "cushy" life to other California Death Row inmates who are in cells 23 hours a day without getting out or seeing another person.
Cushy life behind bars
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