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Lawyer testifies of odd talk with Durst

LOS ANGELES - A high school classmate turned personal attorney of Robert Durst said Wednesday that the New York real estate mogul hadn't seemed concerned years earlier when he'd called him to say his wife had disappeared.

Stewart Altman testified during a Los Angeles court hearing that his friend's demeanor on the phone seemed strange, but said he did not suspect that Durst had killed his wife.

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