Court documents reveal new details in discovery of 'Gilgo Four' victims

According to the documents, the women were found close to each other and restrained by “either tape, burlap or belts.”

William Aguirre

Mar 20, 2024, 12:11 AM

Updated 32 days ago

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Court documents have revealed new details in discovery of the 'Gilgo Four' victims along Ocean Parkway.
The documents reveal that all the “Gilgo Four” victims were “completely nude” when their bodies were discovered along Ocean Parkway.
According to the documents, the women were found close to each other and restrained by “either tape, burlap or belts.”
Each victim was contacted by a “burner” phone that was used in locations consistent with defendant Rex Heuermann’s location “as established via telephone, financial, and travel records,” according to the documents.
The documents also allege five hairs were discovered on three of the four victims, which can only be attributable to Heuermann or members of his immediate family.
Heuermann’s defense attorney Michael Brown requested those new documents in preparation for trial.
Court documents exposed earlier this year found that Rex Heuermann had interactions with a sex worker in a 2020 text conversation, disturbing internet searches on rape and porn and would solicit sexual activity using selfie photos.
Suffolk County District Attorney Raymond Tierney says there were Google searches allegedly made by Heuermann for things like medieval torture, stories of rape and autopsy photos of a female.
Heuermann has pleaded not guilty to the killings and is due back in court April 17.


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