‘America’s Mayor’ Rudy Giuliani hinted that he gave inspectors at the Gilgo Beach serial killer’s suspected home ‘a lead they seem to have rejected’ when he attended the crime scene over the weekend – but he did not divulge details. his theory.
The former NYC mayor was reportedly taken to Rex Heuerman’s Long Island home as investigators continued to load boxes and boxes of evidence onto several large trucks parked out front.
Giuliani got into the car and spoke to several law enforcement officers at the scene before driving away.
A spokesperson for the former politician and current media personality told the New York Post that he was there to cover the case for his livestream show ‘America’s Mayors Live.’
Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani was seen speaking with law enforcement officials at the Long Island home of suspected Gilgo Beach serial killer Rex Heuerman over the weekend.
Investigators worked through the weekend loading box after box of evidence onto large trucks for further inspection
‘Mayor Rudy Giuliani – one of the most effective federal prosecutors in American history – was on the scene to cover this heinous crime as part of his hit new livestream show ‘America’s Mayor Live,'” said Ted Goodman, Giuliani’s political adviser.
‘The mayor appreciates everyone involved in the case, but knows there is still work to be done to bring justice.’
During Sunday’s episode of Giuliani’s podcast ‘Uncovering the Truth with Rudy Giuliani,’ Donald Trump’s one-time personal attorney said he gave law enforcement officials a lead they appear to have rejected, though he did not elaborate on what the lead was. .
He then offered a free tip to any prosecutor tasked with handling the case: ‘Never try a case without going to the crime scene,’ said the former US attorney for the Southern District of New York.
‘Go there, be there, and experience it,’ he added, noting that prosecutors shouldn’t have crimes described to them by others – they have to be physically present.
Heuemann, 59, was arrested Thursday and charged with three counts of first-degree murder and three counts of second-degree murder in the deaths of Megan Waterman, Melissa Barthelemy and Amber Costello, all of whom were part of the infamous ‘Gilgo Four.’
In 2010, the bodies of four women were found along a short stretch of Ocean Parkway on Long Island.
Heuerman pleaded not guilty. Court documents say he is the ‘prime suspect’ in the murder of a fourth woman whose body was found 13 years ago – Maureen Brainard-Barnes.
Heuerman is a Manhattan architect who lives on Long Island, near where the bodies were discovered.
The remains of more than 11 victims were found in the area. The rest of the deaths are under investigation.
Law enforcement sources told DailyMail.com Heuerman, an accomplished architect and father of two, has been on their radar since last year.
Prosecutors allege he used Burner’s phone and multiple email accounts to search sites depicting sexual violence, reach out to sex workers and continue the murder investigation.
Police, FBI and crime lab officials were seen going in and out of Rex Heuerman’s home Sunday afternoon.
An aerial shot of Rex Heuerman in suburban New York
Investigators visited the scene at Rex Human’s Long Island home on Sunday
Children’s toys and stuffed animals were loaded into a car where law enforcement authorities were storing evidence Sunday afternoon
Authorities from various branches of law enforcement appeared to be on the scene Sunday afternoon to collect boxes and boxes of evidence at Human’s Long Island home.
The suspect’s home sits directly north of Gilgo Beach across South Oyster Bay
The calls were later traced to a location near Human’s Manhattan office.
In that office, Heuermann built a reputation redeveloping the New York City skyline, and Heuermann himself says he worked for Catholic Charities, the NYC Department of Environmental Protection Sewage Treatment, American Airlines, and other major tenants of John F. Kennedy. International Airport.
He also used fake email accounts and phone names to ‘conduct thousands of searches related to sex workers, sadistic, torture-related pornography and child pornography.’
Many of the search terms, prosecutors alleged, focused on violent sexual activity involving minors.
Authorities said Barthélemy’s Berner phone was also used to make ‘tanning phone calls’ to family members in the days after her disappearance, in which a male voice confessed to killing and sexually abusing her.
Investigators returned to the home Sunday to collect box upon box of evidence loaded into large vehicles.
Personnel from multiple agencies appeared to be on the scene at the suspected serial killer’s residence. Some wore masks, hairnets, gloves and plastic coats as they handled the sensitive materials.