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Retired NYPD detective continues testimony in Robert Durst murder case

LOS ANGELES - The retired New York police detective who investigated the case of Robert Durst's missing wife three decades ago testified Tuesday that several people told him the couple had a history of domestic violence.

Michael Struk took the stand in a Los Angeles courtroom and was often on the defensive over his investigation into

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