District Attorney Names Another Possible Co-Conspirator in Disappearance of Janet March
Speaking through a tube in his neck, Eichel denies any involvement in the disappearance of Janet March. He says he's just glad to be alive and there's no reason for him not to tell the truth about Janet.
Eichel says investigators have questioned him over the years about what happened to Janet. He told them he has no idea, but they won't listen.
"The bad part about it is the D.A.s and detectives when you tell them the truth, they don't like the answer you're giving, you're not cooperating with them," said Eichel.
Eichel said even though Perry worked as his attorney, the two never became friends, and Perry never called him to help dispose of Janet's body.
"He never called me to go to dinner, never a drink, and then he's going to call me to move a body. That's ridiculous," said Eichel.
Police did search some property once owned by Eichel, but found nothing.
In fact, he asked Perry himself about what happened to Janet.
"I said, ‘You won't tell me. How did this happen?' And he said, ‘Paul, I swear I didn't kill her.'"
To this day, Eichel says he has no idea whether Janet March was murdered or not.