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A chilling case: part II

In what could be the most costly bathroom break in history, Robert Durst confesses, in a muttering voice, “I killed them all.”

“Them all” in this case, of course includes Kathleen McCormack Durst, his former wife who at the age of 29 vanished from her South Salem home in 1982. Six weeks ago we heralded Andrew Jarecki’s new HBO series, “The Jinx,” a re-examination of the disappearance of Mr. Durst’s wife, Kathie Durst, a medical student who vanished in 1982. The series also reviewed two other murders: The death of Robert Durst’s “best friend” Susan Berman in Los Angeles, and Morris Black, in Galveston, Texas, in 2000.

Mr. Jarecki hit the journalistic jackpot with good questions, a steady hand, and good judgment. Mr. Durst, who was intent on clearing his name once and for all, instead damned himself by providing evidence linking himself to the Berman killing, and all but convicted himself with a muttered confession.

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August 22, 2014

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When fourth-grader Michael Halley (on right) won an iPad mini in a raffle at the Pound Ridge Elementary School’s bingo night, he immediately gave it to his pal, Eric Yang. “I already have one. He doesn’t,” he told his mother.

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February 13, 2015

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County needs to evaluate racial impediments to fair housing, HUD says

By DON HEPPNER

The divide between the county and Department of Housing and Urban Development remains wide, after a February appeals court decision allowed a reexamination of whether HUD had the right to withhold funds from the county at all. The appeals court said that this is “not a matter committed to agency discretion by law.”

HUD does not share the county’s interpretation of the decision as a “victory” for the county, and continues to demand that the county provide further analyses of the impediments to fair and affordable housing, particularly those impediments that they say exist due to racial discrimination. “The towns that are receiving funds need to show that they are affirmatively furthering fair housing,” said HUD regional administrator, Holly Leicht.
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