Cops confronted accused killer Robert Durst with a chilling “cadaver note” they believe her wrote for the murder of his friend Susan Berman to cover up the murder of his wife Kathleen McCormack Durst.
In the bombshell video exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com from the television special Robert Durst: An ID Murder Mystery, the police interrogation video of Durst paints a disturbing picture of the business man discussing the similarities to the handwriting on the cadaver note to his own.
“You know that the killer left a note, right?” the police officer asked Durst about the message found with Berman’s body.
“I know,” he said in his scratchy voice.
“The cadaver note. Why would you think the killer would have left a note?” the officer asked Durst.
“I’m going to stay away from that,” Durst responded.
Durst has been accused of murdering his friend Berman in 2000 and was scheduled to stand trial for her killing on Sept. 3, 2019.
In the ID clip, Durst was confronted with a copy of the note and a sample of his own handwriting.
“One of these is a note you wrote to Susan before and one of them is the cadaver note,” the officer explained to him. “Can you tell me which one you didn’t write?”
Durst dropped a bombshell. “I couldn’t begin too,” he said.
“Right, cause they look identical. agree?” he was asked.
“If not identical, then extremely similar,” Durst said.
Investigative journalist Beth Karas revealed the details in the message note that tipped off police.
“The cadaver note is written in green ink. When police search Bob Durst’s place they find a lot of green pens in his possession. Bob Durst liked to use green pens.”
Durst told the officers why he chose the unique ink color.
“I liked it. It was different. Everybody ridiculed it but people recognized ‘Oh that’s Bob’s handwriting.”
The officer said: “Whoever wrote that note was a part of killing her,” and Durst responded, “Yes,” and then said: “Whoever wrote the note had to be involved in Susan’s death.”
Robert Durst: An ID Murder Mystery part one will air on Investigation Discovery Monday, January 21, at 9 p.m. ET and part two will air on Tuesday, January 22, at 9 p.m. ET.
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