Shooting ducks in a barrel, Monaco prosecutor Daniel Serdet is all wet.
At the outset, Daniel Serdet lied that Ted was using drugs.
Princess Grace Memorial Hospital tested Ted and the results were shown on DatelineNBC November 21, 2000, "Who Killed the Billionaire?":
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Serdet claimed nurse Vivian Torrente died of asphyxiation, but the autopsy noted her thyroid was completely infused with blood;
Vivian bore trauma labelled "combat bruising", and the DNA of Edmond Safra was under her nails.
Vivian's panties, bra and barette-style nursing cap were spattered with Edmond Safra's blood.
A British account states the bloody knickers could not be explained by the prosecution.
Nor could it explain the unidentified male DNA under Edmond Safra's fingernails.
It wasn't that of Ted Maher.
Now Jason and Genevieve Torrente are suing Lily:
Vivian Torrente also had bruises on her knees and Mr. Safras DNA under her fingernails, further confirming that Mr. Safras efforts to restrain her were the direct and proximate cause of her death, court papers say.
From another European source:
Yesterday, reports continued to circulate about rumours that two bullet wounds were found in his body, and prosecutors conceded they had no explanation for the presence of an unknown man's DNA under Mr. Safra's fingernails.
Lily cremated Edmond effectively destroying forensic evidence.
She buried him in Switzerland instead of Israel where he'd wanted to be buried.
Vivian is in New Jersey and can be easily exhumed.
Lily tried to buy off Vivian's husband Ireneo with $2,000,000 of the three billion she got by changing Edmond's will.
Although she thereby staved off an insurance investigation, Ireneo got greedy apparently, and fired his attorneys who are now suing him.
Serdet and Monaco don't have anything more than they had three years ago: an extorted false confession.