Discussion in 'Long Island Serial Killer' started by shadowraiths, Jan 13, 2017.
If they were acting in good faith, yes. But they probably weren’t.
Judge Denies Release of Tapes to Public:
Judge denies public release of 911 tapes tied to Shannan Gilbert death
Was there a reason you created a new thread for this? I'm not criticizing, just curious how people decide a new thread is warranted for a topic being discussed. TIA!
Sometimes certain information - like the Court’s decision regarding the 911 tapes - deserves its own space. This way, those who wish to read and/or discuss only the decision (and maybe applicable case law, similar rulings, and how the law works and will likely proceed in this instance) have it readily available without sifting or digging for it; boom, bam, right there, ready to go and right to the headline like a drive-through order of fast news. Of course, this is simply my opinion and I’m no one special.
Here's another since the Newsday site has a paywall.
Judge denies request for public release of Shannan Gilbert 911 recordings
“The tapes and the transcripts will be used against what the police said occurred on that fateful night,” he continued. “Those tapes are shocking. Those tapes will be very disturbing to the public.”
Ray says there is another hearing scheduled for next month to determine whether a specific person or entity could also be given access to the tapes.
Here is a continuation of Gilgo Beach/LISK Case Archives.... specifically for 10 years after.
After 10 Years - Will There Be Justice
Main page for all the sections:
Gilgo Beach Long Island Murders -NY-
Are we safe to assume that with Judge Berland's latest ruling in support of the SCPD and their efforts to supress the publication of the tapes and transcripts, we can expect SCPD to continue to actively investigating this case as they have in the past 10 years?
The Court’s decision tells me that the tapes are damning, but damning of who is the big question. And, though Mr. Ray can petition the Court to allow the family to listen to the recordings, there’s no guarantee that his request will be granted.
Keeping these tapes from the public is one thing, but keeping them from the family - especially after 10 years - is straight up cruel and torturous. My money says that if/when a day comes for the public to hear the tapes, some listener(s) will provide a viable tip before sundown. Bank on it.
Ray should send a transcript abroad and have it published and be damned. If what he says is on that call then they would never, ever be able to punish him.
There probably would be an action to take Ray's law license away, at minimun, if he did this. Ray could have some enemies in the legal profession who would be eager to see that happen.
Long Island judge denies motion to unseal tapes of 911 call from woman believed to be Gilgo Beach serial killing victim
I also found this quote about Shannan relevant from an article last month, when Ray announced the 911 tapes should be made public:
Attorney: 911 calls on day Shannan Gilbert vanished should be public
Something I posted in another thread, For what it is worth, some thought as to the continued public non-disclosure and possibly why JR feels the tapes are so explosive.
Agree, the possibilities you mention seem possible. LE has had this tape for at least 10 years now. A 10 year investigation and they still can't make their case? That this has become a cold case is mind boggling, especially given the past behavior of some. JMO
Some folks following this case may not follow very many murder cases. They might not realize this case is very unusual in the way it's been handled, the length of time, the amount of evidence, etc. JMO, the amount of stonewalling by investigators is far greater than in almost any other case I've followed.
Another something I posted to a different thread . . .
What if LE had some level of culpability in or more knowledge of the the OTHER remains that might be found if an in-depth investigation went forth related to SG?
Having a hard time locating this. Somehow have missed. Do you have a link?