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Law: Durst Murder Case (Part I) #1080459

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 16, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The murder charges against millionaire Robert Durst in connection with an HBO documentary "The Jinx" introduced; audio played of Durst saying "killed them all, of course."

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; New Orleans: Jean Casarez) The specifics of the first-degree murder charges against Durst for the death of Susan Berman with attempts to extradite him from New Orleans to California & the timing of the arrest discussed.

(Los Angeles: Kyung Lah) The background to the 1982 murder of Durst's wife Kathie, his flight in 2000, the death of Susan Berman in California, the Texas murder in 2001 of Durst neighbor Morris Black reviewed; written evidence & "The Jinx" clip of Durst saying "killed them all" shown. [Kathie McCormack's brother Jim McCORMACK@, retired NYPD detective Mike STRUK@- talk about Durst & three murders.] The bizarre case of Durst in Houston where he urinated in a drugstore discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Mike Struk about the Durst case. [STRUK - talks about the Black murder, how Durst strange man.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Casarez, Jean;
Lah, Kyung

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