There is a m*$&&#$%*#$ serial killer in long island killing sex workers
22.04.2011 § Leave a comment
society protects you if you kill the killable. this is what makes them killable.
When a sister of Maureen Brainard-Barnes alerted police after she disappeared in 2007, she was told, “Your sister ran away and doesn’t care about anyone.” Maueen’s was one of the four bodies found in the bushes of Long Island’s Ocean Parkway. All four women had been working as prostitutes.
Cases involving prostitution can be among the most difficult to solve. Even when a case does get going—and there are significant obstacles to that happening—they often turn cold. The victims frequently use false names (Costello advertised herself as “Carolina”) and are survived by witnesses who themselves often live on the margins of society. N.G. Berrill, a forensic neuropsychologist who has studied Joel Rifkin—a serial killer who along with Robert Shulman killed more than 20 prostitutes in the same area during the early 1990s—says, “People disappear, and folks don’t know the difference.”