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View Poll Results: Will the Long Island Serial Killer ever be caught?

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  1. #766
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJJustice View Post
    This was posted today almost 4 hours ago
    I don't understand. Can you please clarify? The last message in that thread before your post from a few hours ago was posted back in May.


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  2. #767
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    Quote Originally Posted by Puggle View Post
    Male DNA retrieved in 1982 Tina Foglia case. Will be crosschecked with any familial DNA in CODIS ....

    And this is how our boy will eventually be caught. ...

    Tick tock .....
    Adopted people are using Ancestry.com, 23 and me, and Family Tree DNA to find biological relatives. They are getting hits.
    This should be used to identify the UID.

  3. #768
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    Every once in a while a little bit of drama on this site to add the ingredients (much needed) of much needed passion to keep this case warm. We all want the same thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maddalena1 View Post
    Every once in a while a little bit of drama on this site to add the ingredients (much needed) of much needed passion to keep this case warm. We all want the same thing.

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    Sometimes comic relief is good too... Is this life imitating art or was this peeping tom actually doing performance art?

    http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/266876
    In January 1972, Acconci staged one of the decade’s most notorious performance art pieces at the Sonnabend Gallery in SoHo. Gallery visitors entered to find the space empty except for a low wood ramp. Hidden below the ramp, out of sight, Acconci masturbated, basing his fantasies on the movements of the visitors above him. He narrated these fantasies aloud, his voice projected through speakers into the gallery: “you’re on my left . . . you’re moving away but I’m pushing my body against you, into the corner . . . you’re bending your head down, over me . . . I’m pressing my eyes into your hair.” Seedbed was a seminal work that transformed the physical space of the gallery through minimal intervention to create an intimate connection between artist and audience, even as they remained invisible to one another.
    Peeping Tom Lies Down On the Job: [HOME Edition]
    By Tom Demoretcky and Phil Mintz. STAFF WRITERS, Newsday, Newsday, Combined editions; Long Island, N.Y. [Long Island, N.Y]13 Feb 1992: 33.
    Security officials investigating a suspicious coffin-sized box in a Nassau Community College ladies room made a startling discovery yesterday afternoon - an alleged Peeping Tom.
    Joseph Cornetta, 31, of 95 School St., Elmont, was discovered inside the six-foot long homemade wooden box with peepholes about 2 p.m. yesterday, Third Squad Det. Sgt. Daniel Sheehan said.
    Sheehan said Cornetta placed the box in front of the sink area. "He then laid down inside the box and observed women as they stood on top of the box to use the sinks and mirrors . . . It had holes in it to look up their dresses."
    The box - 3 feet wide, 18 inches high and covered with brown wrapping paper - had an 18-inch hole in the top.
    A woman told security she had seen a suspicious man go into the ladies room. "A female security officer stepped on the box and it gave way," Sheehan said. She picked up the box, which had no bottom, and found Cornetta on the floor. Cornetta, a plumber, was charged with third-degree burglary.
    "Intelligence, as well, is really a kind of taste: taste in ideas. (One of the facts to be reckoned with is that taste tends to develop very unevenly. It's rare that the same person has good visual taste and good taste in people and taste in ideas.)" -Susan Sontag


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  6. #771
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJJustice View Post
    Post #95 by an ex student that joined in 1996.. Recalls of instructor being abusive to students and throwing SAWBLADES at them... This was the time instructor worked constrconstrution often, pretty big projects as well. Would definetily have use for a saw and if he has sawblades he probably has a saw to go with them (@Micah). Persuasion/manipulation tactics that got students (mostly new) to comply are mentioned....buckle up

    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show...=61288&page=10
    Im sure people across the US owned SAWBLADES ( in capitol letters) in 1996. What are you alluding too?

  7. #772
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    Quote Originally Posted by deedee21 View Post
    Adopted people are using Ancestry.com, 23 and me, and Family Tree DNA to find biological relatives. They are getting hits.
    This should be used to identify the UID.
    Yes it should Deedee....

    I still believe this is how the killer will eventually be caught..... someone at some point in time is going to take a real interest ....

    and the killers DNA will be found with advancements....
    if it hasn't already which it may have.....????

    The match is going to come from crosscheck with one of his relatives...

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