Gilgo Beach murders: New York state senator calling for attorney general to appoint special prosecutor

The Long Island Republican senator is urging New York State Attorney General Letitia James to designate a special prosecutor to “review the initial states of the Gilgo Beach/Long Island Serial Killer (LISK) investigation” and probe the actions of two former Suffolk County officials and one who still holds an office. He said Monday the community needs “an outside review of how we got here.” 

“There are far too many conflicts and questions that are still in place 10 years later,” Boyle said. “And people want to know – the residents of Suffolk County, the residents of New York and the resident of the United States – they need to know that everything that could be done was done to try to get justice for these victims and their families and to ensure the people of Suffolk County that their police department, at the time, did everything that they could to solve this case.”

LONG ISLAND’S GILGO BEACH SERIAL KILLER CASE REMAINS UNSOLVED 10 YEARS LATER

An aerial view of the area near Gilgo Beach and Ocean Parkway on Long Island where police have been conducting a prolonged search after finding ten sets of human remains on April 15, 2011 in Wantagh, New York. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

An aerial view of the area near Gilgo Beach and Ocean Parkway on Long Island where police have been conducting a prolonged search after finding ten sets of human remains on April 15, 2011 in Wantagh, New York. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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