Published on April 11, 2011 | by LawNews

Prof. Fred Klein Discusses Hunt for Long Island Serial Killer With NBC News, The New York Times

Why So Many Serial Killers on Long Island?
By Manny Fernandez
New York Times
April 10, 2011

Fred Klein, the former Nassau County assistant district attorney who prosecuted Mr. Rifkin, said the frequency of Long Island’s serial killers was “just an anomaly.” The Rifkin and Shulman cases, it turns out, shared strange coincidences: Mr. Rifkin and Mr. Shulman lived a few miles from one another, and they committed some of their murders at the same time, though they did not appear to know one another.

Read the full article at nytimes.com.

To watch Professor Klein discuss the Rifkin trial and latest developments regarding the current police investigation at Gilgo Beach, visit msnbc.msn.com.

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