Robert Durst Says ‘No’ When Asked If He’d Admit To Killing Wife Kathleen

The accused killer is brutally honest in shocking video!

Bone-chilling. Robert Dursts first wife, Kathleen McCormack Durst, went missing in 1982, and although he’s never been charged for her death, many blame the creep for murdering the long-lost medical student. But it seems we’ll never know the real truth, as the accused killer admitted he’d never reveal if he actually did it.

“So I’m just going to ask this straight out. If you had killed Kathie, would you tell me?” Durst was asked by John Lewin of the L.A. County District Attorney’s office. “No,” Robert candidly confessed in The National ENQUIRER’s exclusive sneak peek of Robert Durst: An ID Murder Mystery part two.

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Robert Durst Says He Wouldnt Admit It if He Killed Kathleen McCormack

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Durst has also been suspected of killing Susan Berman, his longtime friend who died 19 years ago. The 75-year-old is set to go to trial for her 2000 passing in September of this year.

“If you had killed Susan would you tell me?” Lewin then asked. “No,” Durst sternly replied again.

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“You know what, Bob, that is a very honest answer,” Lewin said to his cold confessions.

Watch the clip above to find out more of Durst’s’ sick confessions caught on tape.

Robert Durst: An ID Murder Mystery part one will air on Investigation Discovery Monday, January 21, at 9 p.m. ET. Part two will air on Tuesday, January 22, at 9 p.m. ET.