Lisco, 55, claims he last spoke to Borst when he called her at about 4 pm on Friday, and grew frantic when she didn’t pick up multiple times later that night.The case is still under investigation to determine whether this was a tragic accident, or a homicide.
Concerned about her well-being, Lisco says he called in a favor from a Court Street deli clerk named Valentino, who found Borst’s body on the kitchen floor next to a shattered bottle of vodka at around 10:30 pm.
“He was very scared. There was blood everywhere,” said a trembling Lisco, who claims he regularly left the front door of the home near Sackett Street unlocked so neighbors and Valentino could check on his wife at his request. “She was most likely lying there in a coma for five hours and lost a lot of blood.”
Monday, February 25, 2013
More On The Death Of Clinton Street Resident Elizabeth Borst
The Brooklyn Paper interviewed the victim's husband, Gaetano Lisco: