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    NY - Elisabeth 'Lisa' Parisi, 24, murdered, Sands Point, 14 Oct 2005

    Body left amid mansions

    http://www.nydailynews.com/archives/...ticle-1.653502


    Murder stuns Gold Coast community
    Unidentified young woman bludgeoned to death and dumped in L.I. village portrayed in 'The Great Gatsby'


    BY RICHARD WEIR and DAVE GOLDINER
    DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITERS

    Long Island cops were grappling with a Gold Coast murder mystery yesterday after the bludgeoned body of a young woman was found amid the mansions of the tony North Shore.
    The fully clothed body of the extremely petite woman - who authorities suspect was a mother - was discovered beneath towering oak trees in the ultrawealthy enclave of Sands Point.

    "It's something you never think would ever happen here," said Susan Stern, who lives in a multimillion-dollar home just 100 feet from the crime scene.

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    This site had a drawing of the victim: http://www.nypost.com/news/regionalnews/55651.htm

    The tragic victim of the chilling "Great Gatsby" murder in Long Island's super-rich Sands Point was so petite, she wore children's-sized clothes — all pink.

    Her bloodied body had been found bludgeoned to death on a country road only 200 yards from the entrance to Lands End, the famed, historic mansion that F. Scott Fitzgerald likely used as a model for Daisy Buchanan's estate in his classic novel "The Great Gatsby."

    The young woman — freckle-faced and with gray-blue eyes — was found in thick underbrush where privacy-cloaked Sloanes Beach Road meets Hoffstod Lane.

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    Body left amid mansions

    Long Island cops were grappling with a Gold Coast murder mystery yesterday after the bludgeoned body of a young woman was found amid the mansions of the tony North Shore.
    The fully clothed body of the extremely petite woman - who authorities suspect was a mother - was discovered beneath towering oak trees in the ultrawealthy enclave of Sands Point.

    "It's something you never think would ever happen here," said Susan Stern, who lives in a multimillion-dollar home just 100 feet from the crime scene.

    Investigators believe the twentysomething woman was beaten to death Friday somewhere else and dumped into tangled ivy beneath the trees about 5 yards off Hoffstots Lane.

    She was just 4-feet-11 and 103 pounds.

    The coroner delivered another chilling clue - the woman may have given birth, although it was unclear how recently. "I can't tell you if it's a week or a month or a year [ago]," Farrell said.
    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crim...p-304081c.html

    The tragic victim of the chilling "Great Gatsby" murder in Long Island's super-rich Sands Point was so petite, she wore children's-sized clothes — all pink.

    The young woman — freckle-faced and with gray-blue eyes — was found in thick underbrush where privacy-cloaked Sloanes Beach Road meets Hoffstod Lane.
    http://nypost.com/2005/10/18/million...m-gatsby-home/
    Last edited by bessie; 08-19-2015 at 07:33 AM. Reason: updated link
    Just when I think that I have seen the most depraved things a human can do to another human, somebody posts a new story...........

    Why is it that when a custodial parent fails to provide for a child it is called neglect and is a criminal matter. But when a non custodial parent fails to provide it is called failure to support and is a civil matter?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mysteriew
    Long Island cops were grappling with a Gold Coast murder mystery yesterday after the bludgeoned body of a young woman was found amid the mansions of the tony North Shore.
    The fully clothed body of the extremely petite woman - who authorities suspect was a mother - was discovered beneath towering oak trees in the ultrawealthy enclave of Sands Point.

    "It's something you never think would ever happen here," said Susan Stern, who lives in a multimillion-dollar home just 100 feet from the crime scene.

    Investigators believe the twentysomething woman was beaten to death Friday somewhere else and dumped into tangled ivy beneath the trees about 5 yards off Hoffstots Lane.

    She was just 4-feet-11 and 103 pounds.

    The coroner delivered another chilling clue - the woman may have given birth, although it was unclear how recently. "I can't tell you if it's a week or a month or a year [ago]," Farrell said.
    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crim...p-304081c.html

    The tragic victim of the chilling "Great Gatsby" murder in Long Island's super-rich Sands Point was so petite, she wore children's-sized clothes — all pink.

    The young woman — freckle-faced and with gray-blue eyes — was found in thick underbrush where privacy-cloaked Sloanes Beach Road meets Hoffstod Lane.
    http://www.nypost.com/news/regionalnews/55651.htm
    i am confused about the coroners statement about the time frame on giving birth? cant tell the difference between a week ago or a year ago?

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    Quote Originally Posted by j2mirish
    i am confused about the coroners statement about the time frame on giving birth? cant tell the difference between a week ago or a year ago?

    I thought the same thing... If the woman had given birth a week ago, there would be obvious signs there that would not be there had she given birth a year ago... That sounds like a very odd statement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lisag
    I thought the same thing... If the woman had given birth a week ago, there would be obvious signs there that would not be there had she given birth a year ago... That sounds like a very odd statement.
    I agree. I thought it took awhile for the uterus to return to it's normal size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j2mirish
    i am confused about the coroners statement about the time frame on giving birth? cant tell the difference between a week ago or a year ago?
    That is odd.

    Maybe he hadn't performed the autopsy yet and was going by a visible C-section scar to give police an immediate clue. Those scars don't always heal up fast, and sometimes re-open, stay raw-looking even a year later.
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    http://www.newsday.com/news/local/lo...news-headlines

    Farrell said the woman, whose body was found by a passerby on Hoffstots Lane and Sloanes Beach Road Saturday afternoon, was between 17 and 24 years old. She carried no wallet, or identification, and does not match the description of anyone reported missing from the metropolitan area, including northern New Jersey and southern Connecticut.

    Police on Saturday said they believed the woman was not killed at the site, but that her body was disposed of there. They are hoping the public can help identify her and have scheduled a news conference today, when they plan to release more details, Farrell said.

    He said an autopsy completed yesterday indicates the woman was probably killed some time Friday night or early Saturday. Police described her as a strawberry blond who stood 4-foot, 11-inches tall and weighed 103 pounds, with a flower tattooed on her hip and an Irish claddagh ring on her left middle finger. She wore a pink jogging suit.


    http://www.newsday.com/news/local/lo...news-headlines


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    They have just identified her.

    She is: 24 Mastic Beach Resident. Elizabeth Farisie? Mother of 2 children. This is on Abrams NOW.

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    I'm glad LE got on this right away and identified her.


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    I'm carrying this over from Crimes In The News...she's been identified.

    They have just identified her.

    She is: 24 Mastic Beach Resident. Elizabeth Farisie? Mother of 2 children. This is on Abrams NOW.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pook
    http://www.newsday.com/news/local/lo...news-headlines

    Farrell said the woman, whose body was found by a passerby on Hoffstots Lane and Sloanes Beach Road Saturday afternoon, was between 17 and 24 years old. She carried no wallet, or identification, and does not match the description of anyone reported missing from the metropolitan area, including northern New Jersey and southern Connecticut.

    Police on Saturday said they believed the woman was not killed at the site, but that her body was disposed of there. They are hoping the public can help identify her and have scheduled a news conference today, when they plan to release more details, Farrell said.

    He said an autopsy completed yesterday indicates the woman was probably killed some time Friday night or early Saturday. Police described her as a strawberry blond who stood 4-foot, 11-inches tall and weighed 103 pounds, with a flower tattooed on her hip and an Irish claddagh ring on her left middle finger. She wore a pink jogging suit.

    http://www.newsday.com/news/local/lo...news-headlines

    When I saw he picture, I almost thought of this lady with the same build,
    but it's not her .... this lady below has been missing a long, long time.

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    Fox News had her name as Elizabeth Parisi....

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    http://www.lasvegassun.com/sunbin/st...101801646.html

    Nassau County police identified the woman as 24-year-old Elisabeth "Lisa" Parisi, a mother of two who lived more than 50 miles away on Mastic Beach. Her body was discovered Saturday morning in thick underbrush near an intersection.

    Police used fingerprints from her July arrested on a domestic assault charge for allegedly stabbing her boyfriend numerous times with a kitchen knife.

    Investigators did not say whether they had any suspects.
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    Family mourns Mastic Beach woman found in Sands Point

    There are a couple of pictures to the right on this article listed below. Such a sweet young thing and now two small children have to be raised without their mom. Why?

    JMHO
    fran


    http://www.newsday.com/news/local/lo...ines&track=rss


    A few blocks away near a small, cedar-shingled home she lived in earlier this year before giving birth to her daughter, a neighbor said she lived with a man she knew as Edgar. They would fight occasionally, and when they did it was loud, said the neighbor, who would not identify herself.

    Whenever that happened, someone would pick up Parisi, and she'd return to the house a few days later, the neighbor said.

    Police said no one had reported Parisi missing. She was killed only hours before her body was found Saturday, they said. Unable to identify her for two days, police turned to the news media and released pictures of her clothing and her tattoo and a sketch of her face.

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