Robert Durst Admits ‘Cadaver’ Note Made Him Look Guilty – NBC New York.
New York real estate heir Robert Durst testified Monday that he lied for decades about sending police a note directing them to the dead body of his best friend because he feared it implicated him in the killing.
In fact, it was so hard to fathom that Susan Berman’s killer was not the same person who sent police a note directing them to her "cadaver" that even Durst sometimes questioned the plausibility of that explanation.
"I have difficulty believing it myself," he testified in his defense in Los Angeles County Superior Court.
"It’s very difficult to believe, to accept, that I wrote the letter and did not kill Susan Berman."
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Durst, 78, has denied killing Berman during four days of testimony at his murder trial.
Durst, the eccentric estranged heir to a commercial real estate fortune in New York, is only charged with Berman's December 2000 killing but prosecutors have introduced evidence linking him with two other deaths.