Will the Long Island Serial Killer ever be caught?

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Will the Long Island Serial Killer ever be caught?

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  2. NO.

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  3. NOT SURE.

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  1. hawkshaw

    hawkshaw Well-Known Member

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    Find out just eorgewho Burke really is: Where did he come from? Is his father really a now retired cop named George? I can definitely llink George to Jimmy The Gent in a meaningful way Burke was born and bred in Ozone Park, and the best that I can tell moved to Smithtown when he was around 12. It appears he moves to Smithtown and starts a burglary ring taking down scores of burglaries of homes and businesses in the area. It was told to me by his friend was he was the kid that went out and scouted for homes and businesses to rob. That he was so good at it that they never got caught. Catch him doing a burglary and a a high profile murder and guess what? A perfect rat to lie about other kids.
     


  2. maddalena1

    maddalena1 New Member

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    Maybe burke enjoyed watching and it turned into ocd in addition to being possessed by s demon. Just my humble opinion.

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  3. maddalena1

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    Maybe he did kill john pius and then tina foglia. The killer who plays phone games killed shannon too. Maybe brewer was the middle man that night for burke?

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  4. hawkshaw

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    Burke actually gets caught lying in evidence he gave against one of the wrongfully convicted kids charged and convicted of that mt urder. He said that one of the kids said: I never hit the kid
    the kid, I was just there and put his bike against the tree. Fact o the matter is that when the bike was found a day or so later by the father the bike was found covered by the leaves. It was enough to convict of Felony murder. It was such a glaring lie Newsday wrote about it in the paper the next day
     
  5. Anonymous19

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    I personally think you are on to something here but I don’t think people are ready to here it like that. But if we want to get psychic I have a completely different theroy about SG that night that I haven’t shared . In my experience the things I saw in a night where very interesting from that point of view. Most don’t understand that point of view though. Nor will that point of view be practical in court. Almost like the Lovely Bones.
     
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    I would be very interested in hearing your thoughts. My heart and mind is very open to what u have to say.

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  8. hawkshaw

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    Brewer did say in Kolker's book that when the truth came out there are going to be a lot of cops with 'pie on their face'
     
  9. Vapor

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    Maybe start a thread for it.. or just find one on here that your theory/opinion/experience relates to. Theres no need to hold back.. your input may help in solving the case. Give it a shot.
     
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    Leanne's press conference got the ball rolling on that.
     
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    The PIUS Case if made into a movie would have been a Smash Hit !
     
  14. maddalena1

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    Do you find it interesting that when Burke was busted lots of Marijuana Grows and businesses were discovered around LI? I think one grower/dealer was found with a "self inflicted wound" that was deemed a suicide? Do you think it is possible Burke could have been involved in these marijuana businesses somehow by protecting them for a kickback or some sort? Same with some prostitution rings? He did date a prostitute after all... maybe even had a kid with her if memory serves correct? I know he did date one for years. I just found it all... interesting... ya know when I was reading the news that was happening around the time Burke was in his prime in the dept and during the dethroning process.
     
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    "When Burke testified, he was facing charges of DWI, for which there was an outstanding warrant for". I guess he must have beat the case or have someone intercede not only with case but getting in NYPD. Can't believe NYPD did not know of his association with Pius case. They probably did not want him and some higher stepped in.
     
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    Very interesting daisychains.
     
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    Never did find out who represented him for the DWI. I think I can assume it was Spota's office. Spota's office represented Burke in the Guy and Heather Malone divorce case thru his one time partner O'Rourke. The DWI was reduced to Impaired so technically he was not convicted of a crime.

    One of Jim's bosses at the SCPD told me he had to have a talk with JIm because he loved telling his new friends how when he was in NYPD loved to ride through the Jewish neighborhoods in the middle of the night blowing the siren.

    He was only a witness in the Pius case for the purposes of an investigation into his background. It would not necessarily pop up if he didn't tell them.

    He puts down who is mother and father are and that is pretty much the end of it.
     
  19. PennyPie7

    PennyPie7 The Power Of Crime Compels You.

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    😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
    In that case, the cops would have to be looking at every single person in the tri-state area! We ALL have terrible road rage here!
     
  20. maddalena1

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    Oh that's funny. I needed that.

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