Friday, September 09, 1977

Father of Berkowitz Seeking Role As Conservator of Son’s Property

The father of David R. Berkowitz, the man accused of being the Son of Sam killer, has moved to become conservator of is son’s property.

If Mr. B is appointed conservator by the court, he would control all income, assets and investments derived from literary and film contracts based on the life of the 24-year-old Yonkers mail clerk.

In his affidavit, Mr. B mentioned attempts by Philip Peltz, a former lawyer for his son, and other unidentified people who “entered into contracts with David purportedly for the purpose of representation and the making of tape recordings, which are ultimately intended to be sold through various literary agents.”

Excerpt from Marcia Chambers Sept 9, 1977 New York Times

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