Could New York Killer of Prostitutes Be a Cop?


Whoever killed four prostitutes and possibly four other people, duping their bodies in underbrush along a beachfront causeway on Long Island appears to have a sophisticated understanding of police investigative techniques, says the New York Times. Taunting phone calls to the teenage sister of one victim, possibly from the killer, came from crowded locations in New York City. The sites allowed the caller to blend into crowds so investigators would be unable to pick him out using nearby surveillance cameras.

This, as well as the killer's use of disposable cellphones to contact the four victims who have been identified, suggested to some investigators that the killer was well versed in criminal investigative techniques and could even be in law enforcement himself.

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