The former friends of Drew Peterson who allegedly wore wire taps to record potentially incriminating conversations with him went before a Will County grand jury today.
The grand jury is in its final two weeks of work toward a possible indictment in the disappearance of Peterson's fourth wife, Stacy. But no one, not even Peterson's attorney, knows whether he'll be charged.
Thomas Morphey, Drew's stepbrother, also went before the grand jury Thursday. Morphey went public with claims he helped carry a blue plastic barrel out of the Peterson home, which he now believes contained Stacy's dead body.
From his jail cell, Peterson spoke to the Today Show's Matt Lauer in a phone interview, which airs Friday morning. Watch an excerpt below.