October 2003
NW;10/20/2003, Vol. 11 Issue 42, Special Section p7
Highlights the trial facing billionaire Robert Durst for the murder of his neighbor Morris Black in New York. Worth of the bail imposed on Durst; Family background of Durst; Stance taken by Durst on the murder charge against him.


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