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LONG ISLAND SERIAL KILLER (LISK) - Gilgo Killer

Discussion in 'Cold Cases' started by Takeitfromme, Sep 13, 2015.

  1. Sabra

    Sabra Well-Known Member

    Ehhh...not convinced. SCPD and politicians are so corrupt. The LISK case was botched from the start. Bittrolff is just too comvenient.
     
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  2. Sabra

    Sabra Well-Known Member

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  4. Sabra

    Sabra Well-Known Member

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4877336/Prosecutor-Convicted-killer-tied-NY-slayings.html

    New York man convicted of beating to death two prostitutes in 1990s may be responsible for up to TEN more murders along Long Island highway, prosecutor claims
    • John Bittrolff, 51, was convicted of killing Rita Tangredi and Colleen McNamee
    • DNA on the women's remains eventually led to Bittrolff's arrest in 2014
    • He received a sentence of 50 years-to-life in prison on Tuesday
    • His lawyer said Bittrolff has no tie to the unsolved deaths, calling the prosecutor's implications 'laughable'
    • Suffolk County Assistant District Attorney Robert Biancavilla said Bittrolff could be responsible for at least one of 10 deaths along a Long Island highway
    • Several victims have been identified as prostitutes; no one has been charged


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...ed-killer-tied-NY-slayings.html#ixzz4tReE7hfr
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  5. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    I wonder specifically what handiwork they mean.
     
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  6. Sabra

    Sabra Well-Known Member

    I believe it may be they manner in which they were murdered and mutilated. Since he was a carpenter... good with tools?
     
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  7. Sabra

    Sabra Well-Known Member

    http://pix11.com/2017/09/27/investigation-into-gilgo-beach-murders-continues/

    Gilgo Beach serial murder case has constellation of players

    Snip

    The case of the elusive Long Island Serial Killer, known by the acronym LISK, has burst into the headlines again, after Suffolk County prosecutor Robert Biancavilla said a Manorville carpenter could be tied to at least one of the murders in Gilgo.
     
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  8. guess who

    guess who Bronze Member

    Wow, consecutive sentences. That doesn't happen very often and needs to happen more.
     
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  9. Sabra

    Sabra Well-Known Member

    I was in Gilgo/Oak Beach today and was shocked to see a park ranger flying a drone. At 9 am. It was a ranger and sevral park employees all in official vehicles.

    Made me wonder if they still search the area for more remains.
     
  10. spike

    spike Bronze Member

    Chilling.
     
  11. Takeitfromme

    Takeitfromme Professional Journalist/News Reporter

    Why not let them scan it with a drone even for fun. Because it certainly benefits the case to have drone recordings
     
  12. Takeitfromme

    Takeitfromme Professional Journalist/News Reporter

    I am binge watching the docuseries called killing season about LISK. Rachel and Josh always do a great job on cold case investigative journalism
     
  13. Takeitfromme

    Takeitfromme Professional Journalist/News Reporter

    This docu series is excellent. This takes them from LISK victims to all over the place.
     
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  14. Takeitfromme

    Takeitfromme Professional Journalist/News Reporter

    I keep falling asleep when watching. But this whole thing is nuts. Start with LISK, then a few others such as in New Mexico, long haul truckers, Neal Falls whose victim that broke the case was an escort that got ahold of his gun and killed him. Holy cow just wow!
     
  15. Takeitfromme

    Takeitfromme Professional Journalist/News Reporter

    I bet they keep close tabs on that area. But I bet ya the killer abandoned his trophy collection or garden since it was discovered. It was ruined so obviously had to make new ones. This is a clever killer.... LI is not his only stomping grounds.... it can't be...
     
  16. Blue G 3

    Blue G 3 Well-Known Member

    Looks like you might be right. Burke was released from Federal prison over a month ago. This says he still collects his annual pension of $145,485.
    https://www.newsday.com/long-island/suffolk/james-burke-cover-up-arrest-1.23925008
    I also read somewhere else that he is still owed more than $400,000 for unused vacation and sick time.
    Now that's criminal :mad:
     
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  17. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    It sure is! Sometimes the rules in our society make absolutely no sense whatsoever.
     

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