Real estate heir Durst expected to testify at murder trial

INGLEWOOD, Calif. – New York true estate heir Robert Durst is anticipated to consider the stand at his Los Angeles County murder demo on Thursday.

The 78-12 months-old was anticipated to make the scarce move for a defendant in a murder situation and begin testimony on Wednesday, but the prosecution was nevertheless cross-examining another defense witness, memory pro Elizabeth Loftus, when court docket finished for the working day.

Loftus, the only other witness the protection planned to call, will be back again on the stand Thursday morning, and will be adopted by Durst if defense attorneys come to a decision to go via with having him testify. His testimony would possible last many times.

At Durst’s Texas trial in 2003, the exact same legal professional represented him and named him to testify, and he was acquitted of murder despite admitting to dismembering and disposing of the system of his Galveston neighbor Morris Black. Durst reported Black entered his apartment with a gun and was killed when it went off all through a wrestle.


Durst is billed with killing his close friend Susan Berman in 2000. He has pleaded not responsible.

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