LOS ANGELES – A former “Survivor” producer wanted for questioning in Mexico about his wife’s death has returned to the United States, his lawyer said Sunday.
Bruce Beresford-Redman returned to Los Angeles County “to be with his children and attend to family and personal matters,” attorney Richard Hirsch said in a statement.
Hirsch said Beresford-Redman, who has not been charged with a crime, had no legal obligation to remain in Mexico while authorities investigate the death of his wife, Monica, whose body was found in a sewer at the Moon Palace Resort in Cancun in April.
School remembers lacrosse player
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – A moment of silence was held at the University of Virginia’s commencement ceremonies and a slain women’s lacrosse player was given a posthumous degree.
Yeardley Love, 22, was awarded a bachelor’s degree in politics and government Sunday in a diploma ceremony held by the Department of Politics. Love’s cousin, Lawren McChesney, walked up to accept the diploma.
Love’s battered body was discovered May 3 in her Charlottesville apartment. Police have charged men’s lacrosse player George Huguely with first-degree murder.
No museum fees for military, kin
WASHINGTON – More than 600 museums nationwide are offering free admission to military families all summer in a new partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.
The list includes some of the nation’s premier art museums, including New York’s Museum of Modern Art and the Art Institute of Chicago, as well as science centers, children’s museums and other sites in all 50 states.
The program, called Blue Star Museums, is for active duty military personnel and their families and runs from Memorial Day through Labor Day.