‘America’s Mayor’ Rudy Giuliani hinted that he gave the inspectors at the Gilgo Beach serial killer suspect’s home ‘a lead they seem to have rejected’ when he showed up at the crime scene over the weekend – he did not, however, reveal details about his theory.
The former NYC mayor was reportedly driven up to the Long Island home belonging to Rex Heuermann as investigators continued loading boxes and boxes of evidence into several large trucks parked out front.
Giuliani sat in the car and spoke with several law enforcement officers on the scene before driving away.
A spokesperson for the former politician and current media figure told the New York Post that he had been there to cover the case for his livestream show ‘America’s Mayor Live.’
Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani was seen on Long Island over the weekend speaking with law enforcement officers at the home of suspected Gilgo Beach serial killer Rex Heuermann
Investigators worked through the weekend loading box after box of evidence into large trucks for further inspection
‘Mayor Rudy Giuliani – one of the most effective federal prosecutors in American history – was on scene to cover this heinous crime as part of his hit new livestream show, ‘America’s Mayor Live,” said Ted Goodman, Giuliani’s political advisor.
‘The mayor commends all involved in the case, but knows there is still work to be done in order to deliver justice.’
During the Sunday episode of Giuliani’s podcast ‘Uncovering the Truth with Rudy Giuliani,’ the one-time personal attorney to Donald Trump said that he gave law enforcement officials a lead they seem to have rejected, though he did not elaborate on what the lead was.
He then gave a free tip to any prosecutor tasked with looking after this case: ‘Never ever try a case without going to the scene of the crime,’ the former United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York.
‘Go there, stay there, and feel it,’ he added, noting that prosecutors should not let the crime be described to them by them by others – they need to be physically present themselves.
Heuermann, 59, was arrested Thursday and charged with three counts of murder in the first degree and three in the second degree over the deaths of Megan Waterman, Melissa Barthelemy and Amber Costello, all of whom were part of the infamous ‘Gilgo Four.’
The bodies of four women were found along a short stretch of Long Island’s Ocean Parkway back in 2010.
Heuermann pleaded not guilty. Court documents say he is also the ‘prime suspect’ in the murder of the fourth woman whose body was found 13 years ago – Maureen Brainard-Barnes.
Heuermann is a Manhattan architect who resides in Long Island, close to the spots where the bodies were discovered.
Remains of more than 11 victims have been found in the area. Investigations into the other deaths are ongoing.
Law enforcement sources have told DailyMail.com Heuermann, an accomplished architect and father-of-two has been on their radar since last year.
Prosecutors allege he used burner phones and multiple email accounts to search for sites depicting sexual violence, to reach sex workers and to keep up with the investigation of the murders.
Police, FBI and Crime Lab officials were seen going in-and-out of Rex Heuermann’s home Sunday afternoon
An aerial shot of Rex Heuermann’s in suburban New York
Investigators swept the scene at Rex Heuermann’s Long Island home on Sunday
What seem to be children’s toys and stuffed animals are loaded into a vehicle where law enforcement authorities were placing evidence on Sunday afternoon
Authorities from several branches of law enforcement appeared to be on the scene at Heuermann’s Long Island home on Sunday afternoon to collect boxes and boxes of evidence
The suspect’s house sits directly north of Gilgo Beach across the South Oyster Bay
The calls were later traced to a location near Heuermann’s Manhattan office.
At that office, Heuermann built up a reputation redeveloping New York City’s skyline, and Heuermann, himself, has said he has worked for clients including Catholic Charitie, NYC Department of Environmental Protection Sewerage Treatment, American Airlines and other major tenants at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
He also allegedly used fake names for email accounts and phones ‘to conduct thousands of searches related to sex workers, sadistic, torture-related pornography and child pornography.’
Many of the search terms, prosecutors allege, focused on violent sexual acts involving minors.
Authorities say Barthelemy’s burner phone was also used to make ‘taunting phone calls’ to her family members in the days after her disappearance, in which a male voice admitting to killing and sexually assaulting her.
Investigators were back at the house Sunday to collect boxes upon boxes of evidence that were loaded into large vehicles.
Personnel from multiple agencies appeared to be on site at the suspected serial killer’s residence. Some wore masks, hairnets, gloves, and plastic coats as they handled the sensitive materials.