Former New York City Mayor, Rudy Giuliani, made an unexpected appearance on Saturday at the residence of the suspected Gilgo Beach serial killer on Long Island, Your Content has learned.
While law enforcement officers were diligently searching for evidence on the property owned by Rex Heuermann in Massapequa Park, Giuliani arrived in a vehicle.
The purpose of Giuliani’s visit remains unknown, leaving room for speculation. However, one thing was evident: Giuliani appeared quite pleased to be parked in front of Rex’s home, as captured in a photograph obtained by the New York Post. The image shows him sporting a “USA” baseball cap and wearing a wide grin.
Despite not stepping out of his car, Giuliani reportedly engaged in a conversation with one of the officers present, inquiring about his proximity to the house. The officer’s response remains unclear, but shortly after the exchange, Giuliani departed from the scene.
As Your Content readers know, County prosecutors recently charged Heuermann, an architect working in Manhattan, with the murders of three prostitutes whose remains were discovered wrapped in burlap near Gilgo Beach between 2010 and 2011.
DNA evidence, obtained from a discarded pizza crust found in a Manhattan garbage can, partially links Heuermann to the crimes.
Additionally, Heuermann is considered the primary suspect in the killing of a fourth escort, whose body was also found covered in burlap at the same location as the other victims. Heuermann, who is married and has two children, now faces these grave charges.