Cases possibly of interest for the LISK case #2

Discussion in 'Long Island Serial Killer' started by Theforeigner, May 8, 2013.

  1. houndpounder

    houndpounder Well-Known Member

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    Burke did whatever he wanted, Spota was always protecting him.
     


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    Sleuth_Noob Well-Known Member

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    Strangely enough though, it also sounds like there were at least a few women that actually found him appealing enough to have an extramarital affair with…weird.
     
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    Ray_of_hope Verified registered nurse

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    TS? Just trying to get up to speed.
     
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    Hey there , new to WS but was curious if someone could point me to the best thread on LISK and potential connections to MA-related cases (specifically the highway murders). Appreciate the help!
     
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    Locascio
     
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    Greese9 New Member

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    Hello,
    This is first message on here, just learning. You seem very knowledgeable on Lisk case. Can you recommend sites to read up on this case. Thanks
     
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    According to Wikipedia…
    Jacqueline Smith was “quietly” removed from Nameus.


    On June 20, 2000 the torso of a female in plastic bags wrapped with tape was recovered at Beach 88th Street in Rockaway Beach, Queens, NY not to far where Andre Isaac torso was found. The female torso was listed in the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System as NamUS #6058. In 2018 NamUS #6058 was quietly removed. The victim was identified as 16 year old Jacqueline Ashley Smith. Smith was reported missing from the 67 Precinct in East Flatbush, Brooklyn on August 12, 1999, ten months before her torso was discovered in Rockaway Beach, Her head, limbs and hands are not recovered.

    Now, this makes me wonder if the information that has been inputed into NamUs is factual. if corrupt police can delete info into NamUs why wouldn’t they input inaccurate information also?!

     
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