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Looking back at interviews with convicted killer Robert Durst before his death

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Interview with a killer

I’ve met convicted murderer Robert Durst. I met him. I’ve been with him. I spoke to him. I was imprisoned in Galveston.

I knew he was going to get sick. Cardiac arrest. The prison authorities put him in the hospital.

On November 13, 2003, I had one of several exclusives with him. Its front page was a special titled “Durst Speaks” and was the result of the Texas Affair. This millionaire from a wealthy New York real estate family wears a dress and stole a sandwich and is on trial for a gruesome body hack.

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And the verdict was: It was actually exciting disavowed.

Despite this startling verdict, he was still annoyed. Actually annoyed. Just hours after the sentencing, Durst calmly told me over the phone:

Millionaire murder defendant Robert Durst looks away during jury selection in 2003.
Robert Durst looks away during jury selection in 2003.
Press Help / Pat Sullivan

“I’m upset. I won fair and square. And I just watched DA on TV saying, ‘Robert Durst is not welcome in my house.’ That’s not a nice thing to say. I thought it was bad. I couldn’t hear more because whoever was in the next cell was issuing Noise “.

At the time, our conversation was spread over four 10-minute phone calls. He said, “The night before the verdict was pronounced, we heard the judge’s thinking was that the jury was going to deadlock. House rumors they couldn’t come to a decision. And when he fell, the DA wasn’t even there. My lawyer wasn’t even there. It was. We have to contact him.”

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On the day the trial began, Durst told me that he was actually allowed some delicacies. He said, “Ice cream.” However, his stomach had been behind bars for so long that he was no longer accustomed to getting rid of it. became ill. After the sentence was pronounced, he privately explained how nice his Texas guards were. He said, “The guards gave me a special treat. Stuffed turkey and chestnuts with french fries instead of mashed potatoes.

Kirsten Dunst attends the movie premiere "all good things" in New York in 2010.
Kirsten Dunst attends the “All Good Things” premiere in New York in 2010.
Associate Journalist / Peter Kramer

In 2010, Magnolia Pictures released the movie “All Good Things”. It starred Kirsten Dunst and was inspired by the deadly unsolved disappearance of Cathy, Robert Durst’s first wife. The filmmakers hoped this would help Dunst’s best support campaign.

Kirsten later said, “That didn’t decide whether or not he killed his first wife. The story starts with his youth, then his father’s work, then his marital relationship. We don’t see him ‘doing that’ but we end up feeling like he can do it.” “.

Ryan Gosling who played Durst: “He says terrible things to his wife. I, as his character, find a dog and kill it. And [also] Suddenly their many dogs somehow disappeared. I also spent some time with the family of the late Mrs. Dorset who was very emotional.”

TV medicine

Medical colleagues on Fauci: “What’s important for him to be important, to face the cameras, he quotes. Nothing new. He’s been around for a long time and when we worked with him through the HIV years, he was the same. It’s an itch to be on TV, in Headings, up front, quoted, important. He longs for it.”

change agent

Here’s the 411 in “The 355,” the female action that flicks off the chicks to do all the kicks and tricks. Penelope Cruz, Diane Kruger, Lupita Nyong’o, and group leader Jessica Chastain.

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Jessica: “355 was a symbol of the first female spy during America’s revolution. Real Agents say it’s a badge of honor to be referred to as ‘355’ and a tip of the hat for unacknowledged women. Badass kids need more movies like this.”

“I’ve always been outspoken about the way women have been and are still treated in Hollywood. It’s important to me to make a film where actresses weren’t just for hire, but each other as well as ownership of their work.”

It’s so cold here these days that some of the rednecks in this city are turning blue.

Only in New York, kids, only in New York (and maybe Washington).


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