The GB4 and Shannan Gilbert-Connecting the dots

Discussion in 'Long Island Serial Killer' started by waltzingmatilda, Sep 27, 2011.

  1. Angela_Beckett

    Angela_Beckett Lurker Extraordinaire

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    The only detail that ruins your theory for me is how come such experienced criminal enterprise disposed of the bodies practically in the backyard of one of their own. Especially Shannan, given the fact she just called 911, so LE and other people knew she was there that night.
    i know this detail hasn’t been relevant so far, yet it doesn’t fit, IMO
    Other than that, omg
     
  2. MarkTwang

    MarkTwang Active Member

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    I think Shannan doing what she did basically exposed the whole thing. I can put most of these girls in Manhattan at some point. I need to know who else was in Brewers house that night. Part of me hopes that these girls went into witness protection and the neighbors genuinely did help Shannan but with Pak and his crews arrest it doesn't seem like it.

    Brewer saying, "I tried to hold her" to Pak means he was trying to keep her there.

    What if they were not free to come and go as they pleased?

    Pimps do a lot of minimizing about what the girls are allowed to do and their behavior towards them. LE should be skeptical every time they hear about a girl working in the illegal sex trade (with a pimp) "on their own free will".

    They try to pretend they are good to them and that they don't force them, they even often try to speak for them (or coach them as what they need to say to LE if they are busted)...but we know that what pimps say of their behavior towards the girls is not true.

    It's either blatantly vile or down right delusional. They genuinely don't believe what they are doing is
    "force, fraud or coercion".

    Here are a few examples of what pimps are really like and their attempts to minimize the abuse:

    PLAYGROUND Extras: An Interview with a Pimp -- The only pimp who is honest about trapping them in debt.





     
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  3. MarkTwang

    MarkTwang Active Member

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    Megan Waterman -- "Akeem Mahlik Cruz" and "Vibe" are the same person. He rolls in a crew who trafficked drugs up to Maine and that's where "Banks" (who is described as a "Romeo Pimp" who physically abused Megan) spotted Megan and handed her over to Akeem "Vibe". Vibe is also a pimp. Tons of priors. He rolled in a crew that is out of Brooklyn.

    That night he was out drinking with his friends, I believe he picked Megan up from that convenience store in Hauppauge, NY near the Holiday Inn Express. He went to prison for taking her from Maine to Long Island.

    She'd been getting calls and texts from blocked numbers, she specifically listed on her ad for people not to text or call from blocked numbers.

    In fact, I can put several people I know out of Brooklyn in the music industry and these people taking vacay in Maine.

    I wonder if they roll in the same crew. I suspected these people were spotters and involved in that life.

    One girl was warned about a Jon (Boots) who invited her up to Maine that he puts girls on porn hub or some sex site or something? Also, a pretty tech savvy crew. Recording studios are huge for money laundering, by the way. The music industry connection makes sense.

    I was editing a book for someone and he lived in Brooklyn and this was an excerpt and a screenshot included in the book around 2015/2016. Could be a fabrication, but I don't think so.

    Melissa Berthelemy -- I know Jon/John/Johnny Terry "Blaze" was a musician, producer (and dealer and a pimp) who ran girls outside of Lace on 7th. That was Melissa's pimp. Does anyone know these pimps real names or if they have priors? "Blaze" seemed like a spotter for "Mel" they were friends and associates. They worked the streets.

    I bet they got word she was escorting on backstage or CL and she got intercepted by one of these two mad about taking their cut.

    Akeem Malik Cruz, aka: "Vibe"
    Arrest of convicted pimp renews attention to unsolved murder of Scarborough woman
     
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  4. MarkTwang

    MarkTwang Active Member

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    So how about Joseph Brewer goes on a Real Estate spending spree 29 days after Shannan disappeared from his house May 1, 2010, saying that "they" were trying to kill her....

    So from May 29, 2010--May 2013 he spent roughly $2,000,000 (honestly even more than that) on real estate and opening his own liquor store business.

    In 2015, he was charged with criminal menacing in the 2nd degree and arrested in Brooklyn, NY. Basically this is threatening someone with a deadly weapon and making someone feel like they were going to die.

    Registered at his official address 4404 Oak Beach Association Oak Beach, NY (8 The Fairway Oak Beach, NY) this business was just registered with the Department of State Gen First Lab Solutions, or Gen H Lab Solutions.

    I think I found the actual house for wayward girls. It was not Peter Hackett's.

    Have you ever heard of these places? Rehab/Sex Trafficking Insurance fraud scams?

     

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  5. MarkTwang

    MarkTwang Active Member

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    @hawkshaw said James Burke got picked up in Brooklyn, NY for attempted solicitation. They called SCPD to come get him. James Burke probably knew as soon as Pak told him about the deck of playing cards it was Paz's OP. If that is the case: Paz could instruct to send the girls to his jurisdiction, dump the bodies in his jurisdiction because he had Burke's job in a corner and a police chief under his thumb. All they would need to mention if the **** hits the fan is a playing card.

    Cop on cop extortion is a little bit of a different ball game than if it is criminal extortion, the kind of debt that flipped Paz.

    Somebody needs to get Burke's statement on this. Show him that info, see if he acknowledges it and has additional info. relevant to the investigation?
     
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  6. Mountain_Kat

    Mountain_Kat Heca, firimar!

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    I have no idea why you are replying to a quote of mine that is no doubt several years old, or even what my full statement was, since you snipped my post (without notation, I might add). But...okay.
     
  7. SageRhiannon

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    Do you have a link to his arrest?
     
  8. MarkTwang

    MarkTwang Active Member

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    No, but I have the case number. Does this help?

    Correction: It was not Brooklyn, It was Queens.

    Apr. 30, 2015
    Charges Filed - 120.14 MA (Menacing - 2nd a Misdemeanor)

    Case Number: 4411503532
    Queens Criminal Ct. Court

    New York Penal Code 120.14:

    Menacing
    in the second degree.
    3. The offender intentionally placed someone in a reasonable fear of death or injury by displaying a dangerous instrument or deadly weapon. -- May 2, 2017
     
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  9. MarkTwang

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    I was trying to get you to join the conversation. :)
     
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  10. ProfilerQuantico#1

    ProfilerQuantico#1 New Member

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    A group of killers? Not likely. That would heighten the chance of getting caught.
     
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