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On September 12, , it was announced that Long Island carpenter and convicted murderer John Bittrolff was a suspect in at least one of the murders attributed to the Long Island Serial killer. There has been much speculation in the media concerning the identity of the killer, currently known as "Unsub" unknown subject. It has been suggested that the serial killer is most likely a white male in his mids to mids who is very familiar with the South Shore of Long Island and has access to burlap sacks , which he uses to contain the bodies.
Burke pleaded guilty in February to a civil rights violation and conspiracy to obstruct justice. John Bittrolff , a Suffolk county resident who was convicted of the murders of two prostitutes in and , and is a suspect in the murder of a third woman from that time period, was named as a suspect in at least one of the LISK murders on September 12, Suffolk County prosecutor Robert Biancavilla released a statement noting that Bittrolf was likely responsible for the deaths of other women, and that there were similarities between the Gilgo Beach crime scenes and Bittrolff's known murders.
The remains were discovered roughly three miles away from Bittrolff's home. He was also a hunter who seemed to enjoy killing and mutilating animals, and reportedly once "cut out the heart of a deer he had just shot and ate it raw in the woods". Neighbors also recalled him killing small animals when he was younger.
Barthelemy's mother also reported that Melissa "had a lot of calls to Manorville from her phone" at the time. She was hired by Brewer as an escort on the night of her disappearance after posting an ad on Craigslist. Brewer alleged that shortly after Gilbert arrived at his residence, she began acting erratically before fleeing from his home off into the night. Gilbert was later seen running through Oak Beach, pounding on the doors of homes in Brewer's neighborhood. It was around this time that Gilbert made the phone call to claiming that "they were trying to kill her".
However, police did not find any evidence of any wrongdoing, and Brewer was quickly cleared as a suspect. Two days after Shannan's disappearance, her mother, Mari Gilbert, received a phone call from Dr. Peter Hackett, an Oak Beach resident and neighbor of Brewer. Hackett allegedly told Mari that he was taking care of Shannan, and that he "ran a home for wayward girls. However, phone records later confirmed that Hackett called Mari twice following the disappearance.
The marshy area where Shannan's remains were eventually found was also noted to be close in proximity to Hackett's backyard. Subsequently, Gilbert's family filed a wrongful death suit against Hackett in November , claiming that he took Shannan into his home that morning and administered drugs to her, facilitating her death.
However, it was later revealed that Hackett had a history of inserting himself into, or exaggerating his role in certain major events. This included the embellishment of his role in the investigation of TWA Flight Police also noted that Hackett's wife and two children were home on the night of Shannan's disappearance, and would have had to have been aware of or complicit in any foul play that went on that night.
Rumors and suspicion grew after the suicide of local businessman and aquarium owner James Bissett regarding possible links to the LISK case. Bissett killed himself two days after Shannan's remains were found. Speculation grew when it was revealed that Bissett also owned a nursery, and had access to large amounts of burlap. However, police deny that Bissett was ever a person of interest or a suspect in the case.
Of the ten bodies or sets of remains found since late , the four discovered in December have been identified as missing sex workers who all advertised their services on Craigslist. They had all been strangled and their bodies wrapped in burlap sacks before being dumped along Gilgo Beach. The four sets of remains discovered on March 29 and April 4 were all within two miles and to the east of those found in December.
They included two women, a man, and a toddler. These additional cases have not been officially linked to the other 10 bodies, but are being reviewed by police:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Internet homicide. Archived from the original on April 7, Retrieved April 4, Retrieved April 9, The New York Times.