Justice denied bail because of the risk of leakage.
Authorities investigating an unsolved case of several decades in the state of Vermont confirmed that there is a connection between millionaire Robert Durst and the disappearance in 1971 of Lynne Schulze, a student at Middlebury College.
“We are aware of the connection between the disappearance of Lynne Schulze and Robert Durst,” he told CNN Captain Thomas Hanley, the Middlebury Police Department. “We have been aware of this connection for several years and have been working with various external agencies as we follow this track”.
Durst and his then wife Kathleen lived in Middlebury in 1971 where they owned a shop organic food. Hanley did not elaborate on what would have between Durst and the missing girl connection.
The FBI called last week to local authorities to examine unsolved cases in New York, Vermont, San Francisco and Southern California that could be connected with Durst.
Asked about the case of Vermont, Durst’s attorney, Dick DeGuerin said sarcastically possibly his client “was in Chicago when Jimmy Hoffa disappeared”, a union leader who has not been heard since 1979. “It’s an easy target “DeGuerin said.
Justice rejected Monday by flight risk exist bail of US billionaire accused of a murder he admitted inadvertently during the filming of a documentary, as revealed by AFP.
Durst, owner of a real estate dynasty 4,400 million, was arrested a few days ago in New Orleans, where he remains detained after police found a pistol caliber 38 and marijuana in his hotel room.
It is an unexpected outcome of the case Durst, which has intrigued United States since the disappearance of his wife Kathleen in 1982 on the outskirts of New York.
Affirming that television ratings are driving case in New Orleans, Durst’s lawyers asked to be moved to California as soon as possible.
Durst’s attorney, Dick DeGuerin, said his client’s arrest was due to issues of audience and not the facts. While the Chief of Police of Los Angeles, Charlie Beck said, however, that the record and the charges against Durst was “independent documentary”.
Prosecutors could seek the death penalty because of the special circumstances, particularly because Berman was going to testify the day after his death to the police in case of unresolved disappearance of Kathleen Durst, the first wife of Robert Durst in 1982.