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    SOURCE: BONES IN SUITCASE
    Mason, Bill. Newsday [Long Island, N.Y] 05 Mar 2008: A.19.
    A suitcase containing possible human bones was found near Forest Park in Queens, police said. A passerby found the suitcase containing what appeared to be a human skull and other possible skeletal remains near Forest Parkway and Park Lane South in Richmond Hill, police said...


    Reina De Los Santos
    This one has been solved - it was the husband
    http://forumnewsgroup.blogspot.com/2...5_archive.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by mainegirl View Post
    SOURCE: BONES IN SUITCASE
    Mason, Bill. Newsday [Long Island, N.Y] 05 Mar 2008: A.19.
    A suitcase containing possible human bones was found near Forest Park in Queens, police said. A passerby found the suitcase containing what appeared to be a human skull and other possible skeletal remains near Forest Parkway and Park Lane South in Richmond Hill, police said...


    Reina De Los Santos
    This one has been solved - it was the husband
    http://forumnewsgroup.blogspot.com/2...5_archive.html
    Nice, and so we are back with those victims who got dismembered and spread all over the place. Which in itself forms a nice consistent victimology. Thanks, Mainegirl, nice job!

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    I'm not sure how I had missed the news story about the young mother and child. That gang is very scary. How cold do you have to be to shoot a child that is clinging to you for comfort? Gosh.... simply heartbreaking. I cringe to think these ****s live among us. Why in hell are they not releasing the boyrfriend's name? Makes no sense to me.
    Sorry to get off topic -

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    Quote Originally Posted by mainegirl View Post
    I'm not sure how I had missed the news story about the young mother and child. That gang is very scary. How cold do you have to be to shoot a child that is clinging to you for comfort? Gosh.... simply heartbreaking. I cringe to think these ****s live among us. Why in hell are they not releasing the boyrfriend's name? Makes no sense to me.
    Sorry to get off topic -
    The classic SKs are not the only monsters among us. But somewhere one has to start.
    Sometimes, being a squirrel can be a real nutjob!

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    Summer of 1998. Investigators are asking for the public's help in identifying a girl's body found in a wooded field near Rochdale Village in the SUMMER OF 1998 Detectives hope these two sketches, by artists at the Police Department and at the FBI, will jog someone's memory.

    The skeletal remains were those of a PETITE 13 YEAR OLD HISPANIC GIRL, police said. The body was discovered by a passer-by on July 18, 1998, near the Long Island Rail Road tracks, about 100 yards west of 132nd Avenue and 176th Street. Police said the body could have been there 3 WEEKS TO 3 MONTHS.
    Police asked anyone who might recognize the girl in the drawings to call Det. Kevin Koenderman of the 113th Precinct at 718-712-2129 or Det. Frank Schettino of the Missing Persons Squad at 212-374- 6920...
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    SOURCE: Seaslug44 Police Seek ID on Body: [QUEENS Edition]
    Morrison, Dan. Newsday [Long Island, N.Y] 29 Jan 2000: A3

    This one is identified and solved

    Leeann Mitchell, a frequent runaway

    http://articles.nydailynews.com/2000...bryant-slaying

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    This one is particularly interesting and shows how far some nut cases will go to dump a body.... eye opening to say the least. But mark another one up as solved (which is nice)


    July 10, 2008 – For the second time in two weeks, a body was found dumped on the side of a road on the Southern State Parkway in the North Merrick area, police said yesterday. Hands were with her body.
    A “laundry-type bag” containing the badly decomposed body of an adult was found Wednesday night on the shoulder of the parkway west of Merrick Ave. in No. Merrick, State Police said. That was about a mile away, police said, from a parkway ramp at Newbridge Road in No. Bellmore where a suitcase was found on June 27 that contained the DISMEMBERED BODY OF A BROOKLYN WOMAN. Investigators have not identified the latest victim but they suspect it is the body of a woman.
    The dismembered body found two weeks ago was eventually identified as TANYA RUSH, 39, of East New York, Brooklyn, a mother of three. There have been no arrests in that case.

    Thalia Stathis, 28,
    http://www.njsar.org/articles/The_Record_7_22_08.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by mainegirl View Post
    This one is particularly interesting and shows how far some nut cases will go to dump a body.... eye opening to say the least. But mark another one up as solved (which is nice)


    July 10, 2008 – For the second time in two weeks, a body was found dumped on the side of a road on the Southern State Parkway in the North Merrick area, police said yesterday. Hands were with her body.
    A “laundry-type bag” containing the badly decomposed body of an adult was found Wednesday night on the shoulder of the parkway west of Merrick Ave. in No. Merrick, State Police said. That was about a mile away, police said, from a parkway ramp at Newbridge Road in No. Bellmore where a suitcase was found on June 27 that contained the DISMEMBERED BODY OF A BROOKLYN WOMAN. Investigators have not identified the latest victim but they suspect it is the body of a woman.
    The dismembered body found two weeks ago was eventually identified as TANYA RUSH, 39, of East New York, Brooklyn, a mother of three. There have been no arrests in that case.

    Thalia Stathis, 28,
    http://www.njsar.org/articles/The_Record_7_22_08.pdf
    Nice!
    So how many dismembered victims we have, who were spread over the area? Not just in one place? Torsos/remains staged in place where someone had to come by?

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    I think it's still safe to keep Peaches and Cherries... Tonya Rush is another one that I think should remain.
    I have thought from the beginning that the burlap, as well as trash bags, suitcases and other means of transport and disposal are tools of opportunity - or maybe it IS more than one guy... UGH!
    (head spinning around and around)
    But we have eliminated several dismembered victims
    We also learned people will drive quite far to dump a body they can be connected to - I think our guy is MUCH closer to home and work

    I'll be bringing flowers for this week's birthday girl - Hope there are no new finds on OP - I get the creeps whenever I go there

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    Quote Originally Posted by mainegirl View Post
    I think it's still safe to keep Peaches and Cherries... Tonya Rush is another one that I think should remain.
    I have thought from the beginning that the burlap, as well as trash bags, suitcases and other means of transport and disposal are tools of opportunity - or maybe it IS more than one guy... UGH!
    (head spinning around and around)
    But we have eliminated several dismembered victims
    We also learned people will drive quite far to dump a body they can be connected to - I think our guy is MUCH closer to home and work

    I'll be bringing flowers for this week's birthday girl - Hope there are no new finds on OP - I get the creeps whenever I go there
    I say since December 2010, there is more than one guy. LISK, who wraps whole bodies in burlap and Manorville, who cuts them to pieces, stages torsos and spreads limbs all over the place till over to Jonas Beach. So, the thought is not new to me. That's why I'm looking for victims who are dismembered and staged or whose remains weren't packed in suitcases, bags, etc, but spread over a big area. Like the 1996 Fire Island victim, JD6 or Jessica Taylor.

    Peter
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    The tactic of scattering the parts is a good one. Much harder to find than a complete body.
    I'm willing to bet there are many more dismembered victims yet to be found.
    When I'm driving on LI roads I'm tempted to get out and investigate every bag I see on the side of the road becuase it seems to be such a popular means of disposal around here.
    I'll do some more digging - but I think as far as parts that have been found, you guys have done a great job of locating those reports. Much smarter than me because I've been going at this alone for a year and 1/2 and didn't come up with nearly the list you guys have come up with.
    I think there will be a break soon...... call it an educated hunch but one of these guys is about to slip up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mainegirl View Post
    The tactic of scattering the parts is a good one. Much harder to find than a complete body.
    I'm willing to bet there are many more dismembered victims yet to be found.
    When I'm driving on LI roads I'm tempted to get out and investigate every bag I see on the side of the road becuase it seems to be such a popular means of disposal around here.
    I'll do some more digging - but I think as far as parts that have been found, you guys have done a great job of locating those reports. Much smarter than me because I've been going at this alone for a year and 1/2 and didn't come up with nearly the list you guys have come up with.
    I think there will be a break soon...... call it an educated hunch but one of these guys is about to slip up.
    That "slip up" line reminded me of something people said around the Sowell investigation. It was such a Letterman thing with ten points and I forgot most of them, but #1 was: You hand the guy a knife at Thanksgiving to cut the turkey and he starts to stab the bird ...
    OK, this business brings weird memories, does it?

    Peter
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    It sure does Peter.

    I came across this yesterday and wasn't going to include it here do to the distance. Upon bringing up a map I see that distance is much shorter than I thought so here it is.

    It's a news story about a fisherman hooking partial remains in NJ recently. I haven't found any updates yet.

    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/the...-1226355995318

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    It sure does Peter.

    I came across this yesterday and wasn't going to include it here do to the distance. Upon bringing up a map I see that distance is much shorter than I thought so here it is.

    It's a news story about a fisherman hooking partial remains in NJ recently. I haven't found any updates yet.

    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/the...-1226355995318
    I guess I cannot link to the sites I found this info on, but I found it fairly quickly. Since I can't link and it's not MSM, take it for what it's worth. What was found is allegedly a foot. Not sure what I can quote, either, since it's not MSM, so I will paraphrase my take on what I read. A District Attorney said something to the effect of the remains of up to 6 missing people who went missing over the years are suspected to be in that reservoir, and that this foot may or may not belong to one of those. I'll keep looking and maybe I'll find a MSM quote I can actually link to.

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    Two suitcases left on a sidewalk in Brooklyn, N.Y., reportedly contained plastic bags filled with human body parts, police said.

    I don't see this one listed - forgive me if it was


    http://www.ny1.com/content/top_stori...klyn-sidewalk/

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    I couldn't find an update on that one Dingo... thanks

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