Durst defense uses Post headlines during murder case

Wednesday, 15 November 2017, 03:41:43 PM. ​LOS ANGELES — ​The Post was front and center at a pretrial hearing in the Robert Durst murder case Tuesday, as the ex-NYPD detective who investigated the disappearance of the real estate tyc…
​LOS ANGELES — ​The Post was front and center at a pretrial hearing in the Robert Durst murder case Tuesday, as the ex-NYPD detective who investigated the disappearance of the real estate tycoon’s wife was quizzed on tabloid headlines. follow the story Durst defense uses Post headlines during murder case Ex-cop who led Durst investigation: 'The Jinx' made me look like an idiot Lawsuit claims NYPD covered up Durst's role in wife's death Durst hired PI to probe HBO director over 'The Jinx' Durst 'possibly' wrote letter identifying corpse location: close friend Durst casually told alleged victim he killed his wife: witness SEE ALL STORIES “It’s bulls–t. I couldn’t think of a better synonym,” snarled Mike Struk ​​as a defense attorney held up a September article reading: “Lawsuit claims NYPD covered up Durst’s role in wife’s death.” The lawsuit in question accused Struk and the NYPD of colluding to hide the role Durst — who was infamously caught confessing how he “killed them all” in HBO documentary “The Jinx” — played in wife Kathleen’s 1982 disappearance. Struk approved of the next Post headline more: “Ex Cop who led Durst investigation: ‘The Jinx’ made me look like an idiot.” “You gave two lengthy interviews to the producers voluntarily. Do you think they treated you fairly in the editing process of those interviews,” defense attorney Dick DeGuerin asked him. Struk responded that he thought “part of it was inappropriate.” That headline came from an iratre email...Read more
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