Discussion in 'Long Island Serial Killer' started by *Indigo*, Feb 17, 2012.
HackShaw, spare me the suspense. Seriously. You be useful, you tell me.
i don't remember what was told to me and who told it
You have all the intelligence in the world when it comes to the "dirty Suffolk county cops" but no information on the kinky boys internet mob that literally put a hit on Costello before she died.
I want to see her M.E. report/autopsy. She was only 3 months of decomp before she was discovered, I think. That means there is tons of forensic evidence to go through.
I know they cremated one of the girls, was it Costello? Because there is nothing more suspicious than the family ordering the body to be cremated in instances of homicides.
I think Schaller and Kim are super suspect, too. Like they know something else they aren't confessing to. The same way I feel Jason Dubrule and Sarah had more to do with Maureen than they'll say or admit--pretending that she was the brains of exploiting herself and they were "innocent bystanders"...I don't buy it.
DuBrule, for instance, tons of violent priors and he's a book keeper. He's...a bookie with ties to Foxwoods. Probably knows the loan shark up there I am looking for, too.
I wonder if any of them were members of the CCC?
I do know Dekalb County picked up italyrider. He's definitely got violent priors and ties to GA. Jason Murry is that guys name. Maybe he's the drifter.
Pak picked her up from Manhattan, NY.
He lied and corroborated the story because he was aware of this and both himself and Pak could be charged under this statute.
The service Pak drove for was actually in Manhattan or operating in New York. Meaning neither of them can be charged with the Mann act. The business could, though.
Please subpoena the Money Gram, WU and Green Dot transactions Pak used to send his cut back to the Escort service. That will tell us the truth.
Anybody heard of AD&D insurance?
I was looking up policy information on victims of serial killers. I found AD&D insurance. Accidental Death and Dismemberment.
Some of these escort services likely had travel insurance, don't you think? The girls could have had policies. I looked up examples of exclusions last night. Some times the girls have to be missing for a year, they get a pay out on the limbs they lost. Some get covered for homicide, some get covered for suicide...
Is there a national registry for these things that could look the victims up? Maybe start with CitiBank since that is where Pak's casualty insurance license is from?
See if there was a policy taken out on Shannan (or her mother, something is very not kosher with her mother's death). It's funny, the more I research this-- the more I start to think that Gus Colletti said he was an insurance fraud investigator to let people know he knew what they were up to.
I do not believe workers in the sex-trade or human trafficking are too concerned with the long term view of life. Therefore I would be very surprised if insurance of any type is a common purchase.
Just getting through the medical, urine tests and blood work would likely raise enough RED flags to reject most of these people. They are not the clients most insurance companies are looking for. Just my opinion.
So where did Brewer's 2 million come from? What is Gen First Lab Solutions? You don't think Ruis had his drivers and girls insured?
They don't have to do blood urine and physicals if your employer buys it.
Most of the time the insured doesn't know they have a policy.
Ruis had legal fees and a lawyer in Long Island. Pak had a casualty insurance license. Pak knew Brewer and Pak knew Ruis.
Call your Life Insurance Company, find out their standards regarding sex-trade workers. Now these people could likely buy 'no-medical' policies but they tend to have much smaller payouts, nowhere near $2 million that Brewer appears to have gotten.
If your employer buys the insurance depending on many factors (payout being most important) medicals maybe required.
If Brewer bought $2 million worth of real estate, he likely only had to put $500,000.00 down. In the businesses he is speculated to be involved in, that might not be hard to earn.
Has anybody else heard of sex-trade workers having group insurance provided by the Agency?
Most workers work for Agencies as Independent Contractors, so no worker comp/group insurance etc is provided.
I may be wrong, I would like to hear from somebody in the insurance or escort trade.
@WINDSOR This is idealistic thinking. We are talking about insurance fraud here.
He would not tell the insurance company what he really did. Some companies might be shady. Scammers are never honest about their applicants or to the applicant.
It's just that I feel like the international serial killer headquarters being in Long Island is really really a stretch of the imagination. People like Kevin Spacey in Se7en are extremely rare.
All murder has a motive the motive and this might be more practical than we first think. The motive being "Crazy Deranged Rando" is too rare for Long Island to be breeding a new serial killer every 10 years. That alone is just super suspect. Something else is going on.
What about the suspect that the informant on tv was talking about that he owed a chop shop in queens??
Not sure what you are referring to? Like auto chop shop?
I think Brewer kept a stash house, either that or he cooked drugs there. They thought Shannan ratted. He and Pak killed her.
I need to know who the drifter guy was.
Mark, we do not really know who the drifter guy is. There was a guy who wrote anonymously
Confessions of the Oak Beach Drifter, he lived with Brewer for a while, but not when the death of Shannan took place. The SCPD said the drifter had no involvement.