'Survivor' producer faces trial for wife's murder

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LOS ANGELES - Reality TV producer Bruce Beresford-Redman is willing to face trial in Mexico for the murder of his wife after losing his fight against extradition, his lawyers said Tuesday.


   Beresford-Redman, 40, an Emmy-nominated former producer of CBS’s “Survivor”  and MTV’s “Pimp My Ride,” is accused in the death of Monica Burgos, 41, his  Brazilian-born wife of 11 years, at a Cancun resort in April 2010.

   In a statement, his lawyers Richard Hirsch and Vicki Podberesky expressed  disappointment with last week’s decision by a US District Court judge to  approve a Mexican request for his extradition.

   They added: “After consultation with him, Bruce has decided not to appeal  the decision and to return to Mexico and defend himself on the charges.”    “He is innocent and it is his hope that the court in Mexico will assure  that he receives a fair trial in which, he is confident, he will be exonerated.” 

  Burgos was found naked and dead in a sewer at the Cancun resort where  Beresford-Redman had reported her missing three days earlier during a holiday  with their two children. - AFP


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