Friday, April 15, 2011

Latest Developments in Long Island Serial Killers Case

Convicted serial killer Joel Rifkin has reportedly denied that any of the remains discovered in the past month along Ocean Parkway near Jones Beach are related to any of his victims. That contradicts a working theory that some of the oldest remains could potentially be those of Rifkin, who preyed on prostitutes in the 1990s.

The working theory that there may be at least two serial killers involved in these cases seems to be as good as any to explain the recovery of the remains of these victims:

Meanwhile, investigators are looking at cell phone call records in the hopes of tracking down the serial killer who murdered four Craigslist prostitutes. They're also looking at a computer belonging to a pimp linked to one of the dead prostitutes.

Divers searched a nearby bay yesterday
and left the scene with several bags worth of evidence, but they didn't appear to find anything relating to the serial killers cases or the disappearance of Shannan Gilbert, whose disappearance sparked the initial search of the area and the grisly discovery of 9-10 victims.

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