Gilgo Beach LISK Serial Killer, Rex Heuermann, charged with 3 murders, July 2023 #9

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In an interview for the movie’s premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in 2020,Garbus said she hoped “Lost Girls” could bring renewed attention to the case. “I’m hopeful it might be solved,” she said. In February 2022, a task force was formed to investigate the murders, which eventually led to the arrest of Heuermann.

Garbus’ company Story Syndicate, which she founded with her husband, filmmaker Dan Cogan, will produce the docuseries. According to Netflix’s release, “The series will foreground the stories of the victims’ lives, with exclusive access to their families, and examine the history of the police investigation and recent breakthroughs that led to the identification of Rex Heuermann, who had been hiding in suburban Long Island in plain sight.”

“With the arrest of suspect Rex Heuermann on July 13 of this year, a new chapter began in the decades-old investigation of the missing and murdered women found in Gilgo Beach and beyond. And yet, just as some questions start being answered, new ones emerge,” Garbus says, going on to then list the victims. “I am incredibly passionate about this story and am grateful to Netflix for supporting the continuation of my work in remembering Melissa Barthelemy, Megan Waterman, Amber Costello, Maureen Brainard-Barnes and also Shannan Gilbert, whose disappearance led to the discovery of the Gilgo Beach victims, and the other potentially connected cases.”
 
In an interview for the movie’s premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in 2020,Garbus said she hoped “Lost Girls” could bring renewed attention to the case. “I’m hopeful it might be solved,” she said. In February 2022, a task force was formed to investigate the murders, which eventually led to the arrest of Heuermann.

Garbus’ company Story Syndicate, which she founded with her husband, filmmaker Dan Cogan, will produce the docuseries. According to Netflix’s release, “The series will foreground the stories of the victims’ lives, with exclusive access to their families, and examine the history of the police investigation and recent breakthroughs that led to the identification of Rex Heuermann, who had been hiding in suburban Long Island in plain sight.”

“With the arrest of suspect Rex Heuermann on July 13 of this year, a new chapter began in the decades-old investigation of the missing and murdered women found in Gilgo Beach and beyond. And yet, just as some questions start being answered, new ones emerge,” Garbus says, going on to then list the victims. “I am incredibly passionate about this story and am grateful to Netflix for supporting the continuation of my work in remembering Melissa Barthelemy, Megan Waterman, Amber Costello, Maureen Brainard-Barnes and also Shannan Gilbert, whose disappearance led to the discovery of the Gilgo Beach victims, and the other potentially connected cases.”

This is great news! She did a great job with her previous "Lost Girls" docu-film. There was so much factual information packed into it. It also helped NY LE re-focus on solving the murders. The fact they're starting this documentary, JMO, indicates they feel the police and DA may be correct in prosecuting Rex Heuermann.
 
Re-freshers..
JULY 14, 2023
''«MURDER IN THE SECOND DEGREE, in violation of New York State Penal Law Section 125.25(1), a class A-1 violent felony for the death of Amber Costello on or about September 2, 2010. As described below, based on the serious, heinous natureof these serial murders, the planning and forethought that went into these crimes, the strength of the People’s case, the length of incarceration the defendant faces upon conviction, the extended period of time that this Defendant was able to avoid apprehension, his recent searches for sadistic materials, child pomography, images of the victims and their relatives, counter-surveillance. conducted online as to the criminal investigation, his use of fictitious names, burner email and cellphone accounts, and his access to and history of possessing firearms, the only means to ensure Defendant Rex A. Heuermann’s retum to courts to remand him without bail.''

'Jul 20, 2023 Law&Crime Sidebar Podcast
Gilgo Beach serial killer suspect Rex Heuermann had some odd items in his home that investigators bagged as evidence to prove their case in court. The Law&Crime Network’s Jesse Weber analyzes each piece of the puzzle with Jules Epstein, a criminal law and evidence professor at Temple University Beasley School of Law'
 
This is great news! She did a great job with her previous "Lost Girls" docu-film. There was so much factual information packed into it. It also helped NY LE re-focus on solving the murders. The fact they're starting this documentary, JMO, indicates they feel the police and DA may be correct in prosecuting Rex Heuermann.
B e a u tiful!
 
Re-freshers..
JULY 14, 2023
''«MURDER IN THE SECOND DEGREE, in violation of New York State Penal Law Section 125.25(1), a class A-1 violent felony for the death of Amber Costello on or about September 2, 2010. As described below, based on the serious, heinous natureof these serial murders, the planning and forethought that went into these crimes, the strength of the People’s case, the length of incarceration the defendant faces upon conviction, the extended period of time that this Defendant was able to avoid apprehension, his recent searches for sadistic materials, child pomography, images of the victims and their relatives, counter-surveillance. conducted online as to the criminal investigation, his use of fictitious names, burner email and cellphone accounts, and his access to and history of possessing firearms, the only means to ensure Defendant Rex A. Heuermann’s retum to courts to remand him without bail.''

'Jul 20, 2023 Law&Crime Sidebar Podcast
Gilgo Beach serial killer suspect Rex Heuermann had some odd items in his home that investigators bagged as evidence to prove their case in court. The Law&Crime Network’s Jesse Weber analyzes each piece of the puzzle with Jules Epstein, a criminal law and evidence professor at Temple University Beasley School of Law'
does anyone think tht RH's face looks so much different in this cover shot and in his mug shot? The mug shot photo makes his jaw and chin look twice as wide IMO. He almost looks like a different person to me.
 
does anyone think tht RH's face looks so much different in this cover shot and in his mug shot? The mug shot photo makes his jaw and chin look twice as wide IMO. He almost looks like a different person to me.

yep I said that right from the beginning
I also don't think his high school photo looks anything like the adult version

I know people change but usually you can see some resemblance to the younger person
 

DIRTY COP'

Case against Gilgo suspect Rex Heuermann ‘tainted by arrest of ex-cop who may be killer,’ says John Wayne Gacy’s lawyer​


Sure. You go with that, John Wayne Gacy's lawyer.

It's not like the old days. Prosecutors now can use DNA and digital evidence that tracks cell phones and ties them to killers movements, among other things. How about Rex H's wife's hair being found in the duct tape bindings of two of the victims? Will the defense try to argue that Rex's wife was friends with Burke? Good luck.
 
Officials in South Carolina said Friday they have no information linking Gilgo Beach serial killer suspect Rex A. Heuermann to the disappearance of a local woman who went missing there in 2017.
In a statement, the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office said that after several weeks of investigation police have come up with no evidence so far connecting missing person Julia Bean with Heuermann, or that the two may have been together, as some reports suggested.

 
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