To them that stood by (toi parestwsin). This talk about Peter was overheard by him. "This fellow (outo) is one of them." So in verse Mark 70 the talk is directly to Peter as in Matthew 26:73 , but in Luke 22:59 it is about him. Soon the bystanders (oi parestwte) will join in the accusation to Peter (verse Luke 70 ; Matthew 26:73 ), with the specially pungent question in John 18:26 which was the climax. See on "Mt 26:69"-75 for discussion of similar details.