I definitely don't think JB is Ocean Parkway LISK. I think OP LISK is much younger (in his 30s), lives on the South Shore of Long Island, nearby where the bodies were dumped, but on the mainland and commutes to the city. I still believe OP LISK is highly intelligent. I feel like JB wasn't a WS member, but I'm almost positive that LISK is.
Or it's simply an isolated spot that makes a good dumping ground.
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Interested in why you and NJguy believe that?
I might as well nickname him Pringle because once he popped he just didn't stop.
Regarding the DNA match: I've been thinking about this, and my guess is that even though the police had collected DNA for the two victims, they never got around to actually running it against a database once the tests became more useful (at the very least they hadn't for the last year or so) and re-ran it after collecting evidence from Chenelle Browne and/or when looking at whether David Sadler be linked to her or other past murders. It was then that the match to Bittrolff's brother turned up.
I drove by there and theres no police or searching or any signof searching the woods next door.if there was a house serach there is no tape.there was a jeep liberty in the driveway im not sure who it belongs to.That may be the case. According to media, the brother was caught in 2013. The DNA was gathered and the match was made, but we don't know exactly when. I think they've been working this case against JB for a while. They could have recovered the items as recently as yesterday, or they could have recovered them a while ago. If there weren't any police there (and I assume no taped-off area?) then my guess is that they are done searching the house. Did neighbors ever state that they had seen police on the property in the past few days? Do you know if his wife and kids are still in the house?
Of course it's possible that the items were located someplace else. A previous residence? A place of business?
My impression, from everything I've read and heard today, is that police knew from DNA testing done in 1994 that the murders were linked, and that they have routinely collected a DNA sample from everyone arrested in the county since then, with those samples being compared to DNA collected from this and from other unsolved cases on their books. The familial match with Bittrolff's brother told the police that the brothers parents were indisputably the parents of the killer.