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Law: Durst Murder Case / DeGuerin Interview / A Discussion #1080884

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 23, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The link of several murder cases to millionaire Robert Durst reviewed; clip from HBO's "The Jinx" in which Durst said "killed them all." [In CNN interview, Durst attorney Dick DeGUERIN - says he is an easy target.]

(New Orleans: Jean Casarez) The CNN interview with Durst's attorney presented. [DeGUERIN - says there is not enough evidence for an arrest despite this "damned TV show"; explains why he defends Durst.] What was found in Durst's room--a creepy mask, the FBI tracking of Durst & the arrest discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Jeffrey Toobin) The problems in explaining Durst's behavior, the charges against him in California & New Orleans, the handwriting evidence, the problems in the California murder case, the Vermont case of a college student missing in 1971 discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Casarez, Jean;
Jeffrey, Anderson Cooper,

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