Of course Monaco's Princess Grace Memorial Hospital tested Ted for drugs and alcohol with results negatif negatif negatif.
This was shown on DatelineNBC November 21, 2000 in its "Who Killed the Billionaire?"
Dateline removed its transcript from its site shortly after, claiming "lack of interest".
The transcript is archived at TedMaher.com.
I wrote Thomas Sancton about this, but he never replied.
Daniel Serdet was adamant that he would obtain life imprisonment; then he retreated to twelve years, but was not able to get even that.
The ten years which gives Monaco face-saving cover may very well be transformed into probation in March.
The extorted false confession was maintained by the pretend defenders Georges Blot and Donald Manasse.
Yet they, too, were outmaneuvered; their attempts to bar Michael Griffith failed when brought to the attention of Secretary of State Colin Powell.
Michael Griffith was successful in his intercession on behalf of innocent American citizen Jim Williams held 1400 days in Ecuador.