Locally-mailed letter by Robert Durst sent to LA Times
ST. GABRIEL - In a letter apparently mailed from the state prison in Iberville Parish to the LA TIMES, celebrity murder suspect Robert Durst writes about sunsets, LA traffic and sports.
The TIMES published a story on the letter Thursday and explains more about the writing. The newspaper reported it was two-pages, postmarked two weeks after his arrest in New Orleans. The letter was mailed from the prison and process through Baton Rouge, showing Baton Rouge postal markings.
Durst did not write about his legal troubles and his lawyers have said they don't mind him writing letters as long as he doesn't discuss the case.
Durst being housed in Iberville since he is on suicide watch and those prisoners are kept at the state's Elayn Hunt Correctional Center instead of Orleans Parish Prison.
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