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    BOSTON, Massachusetts (CNN) -- A 22-year-old medical student suspected of killing a woman he may have met through a Craigslist online ad was arraigned Tuesday and will be held without bail.

    Philip Markoff, a second-year student at Boston University's School of Medicine, listened intently but did not speak during the hearing in Boston Municipal Court. Dressed in a blue-striped shirt and slacks, Markoff was handcuffed and wearing leg irons.


    His attorney, John Salsberg, told reporters after the hearing that Markoff is "not guilty of the charges. He has his family's support. I have not received any document or report or piece of evidence other than what I heard in the courtroom. All I have at the moment are words -- no proof of anything."


    A woman identifying herself as Markoff's fiancee also maintained his innocence in an e-mail sent to ABC News. Megan McAllister said Markoff "is the wrong man" and "was set up."


    "Unfortunately, you were given wrong information as was the public," McAllister wrote. "All I have to say to you is Philip is a beautiful person inside and out and could not hurt a fly!"


    She accused Boston police of "trying to make big bucks by selling this false story to the TV stations. What else is new??"


    Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel Conley told reporters, "This was a brutal, vicious crime -- savage. And it shows that Philip Markoff is a man who's willing to take advantage of women -- to hurt them, to beat them, to rob them."


    A procedural not-guilty plea was entered on Markoff's behalf, Conley said.



    A Boston University spokeswoman said the school suspended Markoff, who has no criminal record, when it learned of the charges on Monday. Markoff is charged with killing 26-year-old Julissa Brisman of New York on April 14 at Boston's Copley Marriott Hotel. Evidence from the scene suggests that Brisman "put up a fight," prosecutor Jennifer Hickman said during the hearing Tuesday. Police said Brisman, a model, advertised as a masseuse on Craigslist, a popular online classifieds service.


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    coffee Boston Student Arrested in Craigslist Murder Case

    A 22-year-old Boston University student has been arrested in the death of a woman who advertised massage services on an online classified ad service and was killed last week in a luxury hotel room. Phil Markoff was arrested Monday for the murder of Julissa Brisman, 26, in the Craigslist Murder Case.

    Police believe there may be other victims who were robbed after advertising their services on Craigslist.

    Brisman, of New York City, was found dead last Tuesday at the Boston Marriott Copley Place. Police said she had advertised massage services on Craigslist and there was a massage table set up in her hotel room.

    Other Victims Out There?

    Investigators believe that Markoff responded to the online ads in order to target the women for robbery, using a handgun. They believe Markoff is linked to a kidnapping and armed robbery at the Westin Copley Hotel in Boston and an attempted robbery in Warwick, RI, that was interrupted by the woman's husband.

    Police received more than 150 tips after releasing surveillance photos of the suspect entering the luxury hotel lobbies. Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis said police had Markoff under surveillance "for days" before arresting him on Interstate 95 south of Boston.

    "There may be other victims out there, and if you are, we want you to come forward," said Suffolk District Attorney Daniel Conley.

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    Post Man Arrested on Murder Charge in Craigslist Masseuse Killing

    Police arrested a man and charged him with killing a woman who had advertised masseuse services on Craigslist, law enforcement officials announced today.

    Philip Markoff, 22, of Quincy, Mass., who was arrested at approximately 4 p.m. today, was also charged in an attack on another woman who had advertised sexual-related services on Craiglist, police said.

    He was charged with murder in the shooting death of Julissa Brisman at the Copley Marriott Hotel April 14. He was also charged with armed robbery and kidnapping in an alleged attack on another woman April 10 at the Westin Hotel, according to a statement released by the Boston Police Department.

    Markoff is a Boston University medical student who was originally from upstate New York and was engaged to be married, police sources told ABC News. Police were executing a search warrant at Markoff's Quincy home this evening, sources told ABC News.

    The arrest came just hours after Warwick, R.I., police released new pictures of the man they believe is responsible for the attempted robbery of a woman at a Holiday Inn there last week.

    Police in both Boston and Rhode Island have said they believe the attacks may have been carried out by the same person.

    Earlier today, investigators released a clear photograph of the suspect taken during the most recent attack in Warwick. A series of images show the suspect inside the Holiday Inn Express Hotel last Thursday evening, the scene of an attempted robbery of a woman.

    The man seen in the pictures taken in the hotel closely resembles the man seen in a surveillance camera photo that was released after Brisman was found dead in a Boston hotel just days earlier.

    Detectives also have a match among plastic zip-tie cuffs used to bind all three women.

    Two law enforcement sources told ABC News that the plastic restraints were being investigated after they were used to bind the hands of the victims. "Detectives are aggressively pursuing a number of promising leads," Boston Police Department spokeswoman Elaine Driscoll told ABC News earlier today, refusing to comment on the plastic cuffs.

    The man captured on a series of surveillance cameras in Boston's upscale Back Bay was a 20-something, clean-cut blond man who was seen leaving a luxury hotel where police said Brisman, a masseuse, was shot and killed just moments before in her room.

    Brisman's death is the second in a series of crimes against women who police say advertised on Craigslist.

    The first crime happened Friday, April 10, at the Copley Square Westin hotel in Boston. Police say a woman, who had advertised exotic services on Craigslist, was held at gunpoint, bound and robbed of $800.

    Then, Tuesday night, April 14, Brisman was killed at the Marriott, just next door.

    Finally, late Thursday night -- an hour south in Rhode Island -- there was a similar attempted robbery.

    Police said all the women were tied up and threatened at gunpoint. It is believed that Brisman may have tried to resist her attacker as he tried to bind her wrists, and was shot.

    Boston police are working with police in Rhode Island to determine if the cases are connected.

    Making the Connection

    A common thread among all of the victims is that they all had posted Craigslist advertisements for some sort of massage or exotic dance. Investigators say that's a vulnerable venue to offer personal services.

    ormer FBI agent and ABC News law enforcement expert Brad Garrett said Craigslist is a first choice for many looking for sexual services.

    "By some sources, it's one of the leading avenues to promote prostitution because it's so easy," he said. "You place an ad, you say, 'Come to Hotel X, at a time and date' and a service is provided. It's really an ideal environment for criminals."

    Earlier this year, New York radio anchor George Weber was murdered in his Brooklyn apartment, and police said they believe the killer answered Weber's Craigslist advertisement offering $60 for "rough sex." Weber was stabbed more than 50 times.

    Gay Talese, an author who writes on the sex trade, whose most popular book, "Thy Neighbor's Wife" came out long before sites like Craigslist existed, said such sites are making the problem much bigger because the players are anonymous.

    "It's instant communication, it's instant sex, it's sometimes instantaneously a tragic situation," Talese said. "The reason it's definitely bigger is because any sense of caution or guilt associated with sexual interchange of a commercial nature is eliminated now."

    Just last November, Craigslist entered into an agreement with 40 state attorneys general to eliminate some of the anonymity by requiring credit cards to post these erotic ads.

    The company CEO told ABC News they are deeply saddened by the events and are "evaluating the incident to see if they can better protect Craigslist users."

    But experts say little can be done to prevent criminals from using the Internet to stalk their prey.

    After the arrest today, Craigslist CEO Jim Buckmaster issued a statement, saying, "We are very pleased to hear that the person alleged to have committed these crimes has been arrested, and we will continue to provide law enforcement agencies with any assistance necessary to prosecution of the case."

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    new Craigslist murder suspect held without bail


    A Boston medical student accused of targeting women who advertised exotic services on Craigslist was ordered held without bail on charges he sought to rob a masseuse, but killed her.

    A Boston medical student accused of targeting women who advertised exotic services on Craigslist was ordered held without bail Tuesday on charges that he sought to rob a masseuse, but bashed her in the head and shot her through the heart when she fought back.

    Philip Markoff, 22, a second-year medical student at Boston University, said nothing during a brief appearance Tuesday in Boston Municipal Court where he was ordered held on charges including murder, armed robbery and kidnapping.

    Authorities refused to comment on reports that Markoff might have been seeking money to pay gambling debts, but a Connecticut casino confirmed it was cooperating in the investigation.

    Markoff, a second-year medical student at Boston University, appeared in court Tuesday on charges including murder, kidnapping and armed robbery. Dressed in a wrinkled button-down shirt and khakis, he said nothing during the brief hearing and was jailed without bail.

    Prosecutors say they traced an e-mail address used to set up an appointment with masseuse Julissa Brisman of New York City to Markoff, who was on his way to Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut with his fiancee when he was arrested Monday afternoon.

    Brisman was found dead April 14 in a Boston luxury hotel. Markoff is also charged with robbing and tying up another woman who advertised massages on Craigslist on April 10. Authorities say he was the man seen on surveillance video near where Brisman was found and where a woman was robbed in Rhode Island.

    'Brutal, vicious crime'

    The slain woman's father, Hector Brisman, was in court but left without commenting.

    Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel Conley said authorities searching Markoff's home in Quincy found a semiautomatic weapon, restraints and duct tape — evidence he called "critical, powerful."

    "This was a brutal, vicious crime — savage, and it shows Philip Markoff is a man who is willing to take advantage of women, to hurt them, to beat them, to rob them," Conley said. "He probably thought he was going to get away with it. He thought he was too smart for us."

    Prosecutor Jennifer Hickman said in court that Brisman had been bashed in the head and shot three times at close range, including once through the heart. She said Markoff and Brisman had been in contact by cell phone and on the Internet to set up an appointment.

    Conley said he believes Markoff's original motive was robbery.

    "It's hard for me to get into his mind. The evidence that we have is Julissa put up a pretty tough struggle and it's in the context of that struggle that she lost her life," he said.

    "There may be other victims out there, and if you are, we want you to come forward," Conley added. "Our top priority is holding Philip Markoff accountable. He's a predator."

    Hickman said Markoff and the woman he allegedly robbed on April 10 also initiated contact on Craigslist and set up a meeting after midnight. The woman told investigators she met Markoff and then let him into her room at the Westin. When she shut the door and turned around, he was pointing a gun at her stomach. He bound her hands and mouth.

    "The individual went though her purse, went through her wallet and took over $800" and other personal items, Hickman said.

    Problem gambler?

    Boston police refused to comment on reports citing unidentified law enforcement sources that Markoff was a problem gambler. But the casino said it was helping investigators.

    "We do not release information publicly concerning individual patrons; however, we are aware of this situation and are cooperating with the appropriate law enforcement authorities," the casino and the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation said in a statement.

    Markoff's grandfather, Jerome Markoff, a lawyer from Arnold, Md., said he was shocked.

    "This is not my grandson. I know my grandson," he told The Boston Globe. "I hate to see a rush to judgment ... He's a wonderful boy, just absolutely wonderful, and couldn't be better. I'm proud of him and proud of his abilities as a medical student. He always wanted to be a doctor."

    Markoff's grandfather did not immediately respond to a call from The Associated Press. Police said his grandson has no prior criminal record.

    Markoff is also suspected in the attempted robbery Thursday in Warwick, R.I., of a stripper who had posted an ad on Craigslist. She was held at gunpoint before her husband entered the room and her attacker fled.

    Markoff's mother, Susan Haynes, declined to comment through a receptionist at her apartment complex in Sherrill, N.Y., where Markoff went to high school. In the 2004 Vernon-Verona-Sherrill High School yearbook, Markoff was listed as a member of the bowling and golf teams, the National Honor Society, history club and youth court.

    'Philip is a beautiful person'

    Markoff lives with his fiancee, who claims police have the wrong man. Markoff has no previous criminal record.

    “He could not hurt a fly,” Megan McAllister said in an e-mail to ABC’s “Good Morning America.” “All I have to say is Philip is a beautiful person, inside and out,” she said in the e-mail read on Tuesday’s program.

    McAllister said she and Markoff expect to be married in August "and share a wonderful, meaningful life together."

    James Kehoe, one of Markoff’s best friends during his first two years as an undergrad at the University at Albany, described the suspect as “a great guy.”

    “He was one of my best friends in my dorm,” Kehoe told TODAY’s Meredith Vieira. “He was one of the people that I felt I could really get along with. I felt like he was smart, an intellectual, nice, friendly guy.”

    'A guy's guy'

    Kehoe said that as he thought back on the two years during which he was close friends with Markoff, he realized that his friend did not pursue relationships with women as other college men do.

    “One of the things that kind of struck me about him was that he was for all intents and purposes a guy’s guy. I rarely saw him out with women,” Kehoe said. “One of the normal things people do in college is find someone of the opposite sex to connect with. That was not something he wanted to do.”

    Kehoe said when he saw images of the suspect in the attacks taken by hotel security cameras, there was no doubt in his mind that Markoff was the man pictured.

    “I just saw one picture. It didn’t take more than that,” Kehoe told Vieira. “It was him.”

    Michael Bernard, who lives in Markoff’s building in Quincy, was shocked to recognize his neighbor on television reports of the killing.

    'Doesn't make sense'


    “He was smart, he carried himself well, he was clean, a good looking guy,” said Bernard, a retired electric company worker. “He seemed like the type that would have it all. It doesn’t make sense.”

    Two of Markoff's neighbors told "Good Morning America" on Tuesday they were stunned by the accusations.

    "I can't even put it into words, the disbelief I'm feeling right now," neighbor Jonathan Uva said. "This is a great guy, I met him a few times, saw him in the hall everyday, (he) always said, 'Hey, how you doing Jon, what's going on.' Just a total disconnect from what we're hearing in the news."

    Another neighbor, Mike Dye, told the show he had Markoff over to his apartment complex for parties, including a Super Bowl party. "He seemed like he was really outgoing," Dye added.

    Authorities said Markoff is originally from upstate New York. A Facebook profile matching Markoff's identity, including his photograph, lists him as a 2007 graduate of State University of New York-Albany and in the 2011 class at BU.

    A Boston University spokeswoman told Boston radio station WBZ-AM that Markoff had been suspended from the medical school after his arrest.

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    Post Police Say Accused Craigslist Killer Owed Gambling Debts

    Philip Markoff, the accused "Craigslist killer" currently being held in Boston on murder charges, gambled all night at the Foxwoods Casino two days after he allegedly killed Julissa Brisman at an upscale Boston hotel, leaving with $5,300 in winnings, a source with knowledge of the investigation told ABC News.

    He also gambled at the Connecticut casino two days after he allegedly attacked another woman at the Westin Hotel in Boston, said the source, who spoke to ABC News on the condition of anonymity. Prosecutors claim he stole $800 out of the woman's wallet before he bound her, duct-taped her mouth shut and then used plastic flexi-cuffs to tie her to a doorknob.

    Markoff, a 22-year-old medical student, pleaded not guilty today to robbery, kidnapping and murder charges and was ordered held without bail.

    A police source close to the investigation told ABC News this week that police believe Markoff's motive in the alleged crimes was to pay off gambling debts. Suffolk District Attorney Daniel Conley, speaking to reporters today after Markoff's brief court hearing, would not comment on the gambling allegations, but said authorities believe robbery was the motive for the crimes.

    Markoff opened an account at the Foxwoods casino in 2008, but his visits to the casino increased "in March and April," leading the Cheryl, N.Y., native to apply for a credit line in early April, a source with knowledge of the investigation said.

    "He went to Foxwoods frequently, including visits on April 2, 12, and 16,'' the source told ABC News. "On the 16th he left with $5,300 in winnings.''

    Markoff also used his hometown New York address at 803 Cheryl Rd. and the Quincy, Mass., apartment he shared with his fiancée to apply for a credit line. The highest single bet Markoff made was $1,000, the source said.

    "He came once in 2008, but then he was here all the time starting in March,'' the source said.

    Police say the clean-cut 22-year-old robbed two women he solicited through personal ads on Craigslist.

    Prosecutors said today that Markoff bound and robbed a woman at the Westin Hotel on April 10. In a separate April 14 attack, prosecutors claim Markoff tried to rob 26-year-old Brisman at the Boston Mariott Copley Place Hotel, but hit her over the head and then shot her in the heart when she resisted.

    "This is a brutal, vicious, savage attack. This suspect showed he was willing to take advantage of women," said Conley, adding that there was a "strong possibility he has done this before."

    During a search of Markoff's house, police found a semi-automatic weapon, plastic ties and duct tape, Conley said.

    He added that there is a "strong possibility" that Markoff has attacked other women and asked other potential victims to come forward.

    Authorities said they followed cell phone and computer records to Markoff, linking an e-mail account used to set up appointments on Craigslist with the two women who were attacked to his address in Quincy, Mass.

    Markoff, dressed in khakis and a button-down shirt, did not say anything during the brief hearing. His attorney, John Salsberg, said his client was not guilty.

    "Philip Markoff is not guilty. He has his family's support," he said. "All I have is words and that's not proof of anything."

    Fiancee Defends Markoff


    Markoff's fiancee, Megan McAllister, who lived with him, told ABC News that police have got the wrong guy.

    "Unfortunately, you were given wrong information as was the public," McAllister wrote to ABC News in an e-mail. "All I have to say to you is Philip is a beautiful person inside and out and could not hurt a fly! A police officer in Boston (or many) is trying to make big bucks by selling this false story to the TV stations. What else is new?? Philip is an intelligent man who is just trying to live his life so if you could leave us alone we would greatly appreciate it. We expect to marry in August and share and wonderful, meaningful life together."

    Police said they tracked Markoff down using surveillance videos at three hotels. In photos taken from hotel cameras, the man police have been seeking in connection with the crimes appears to be fixated on a BlackBerry. Investigators said that Blackberry is what led them to Markoff.

    A police source close to the investigation said cops found Markoff by tracing Craigslist e-mails.

    "They followed high-tech leads and old-fashioned shoe leather," Suffolk County District Attorney Dan Conley said in a news conference. "They've connected IP addresses and physical locations."

    Markoff Friends Floored

    Markoff's friends and neighbors are shocked. After all, Markoff, a second-year medical student at Boston University, had no criminal history and was engaged to be married to a woman he met more than three years ago when they were volunteers in an emergency room. The university suspended Markoff after learning of the charges against him, a school spokeswoman said.

    "I can't even put it into words, the disbelief I'm putting into works right now," Markoff's friend Jonathan Uva told "Good Morning America" today. "It's just a total disconnect from what we're hearing in the news."

    Uva, who lives next door to Markoff in Quincy, Mass., said he went to sleep last night listening to police searching his friend's apartment.

    "I'm a little unsettled, definitely," he said.

    Another friend, Mike Dye, told "Good Morning America" that he'd had Markoff over to his apartment for parties and for the Super Bowl.

    "I like to think I'm a good judge of character, hang out with people who are similar to myself," he said. "Didn't suspect anything like that."

    "I would never believe this would be something he would do," friend Kym Direnzo said on "GMA."

    Markoff's Facebook profile lists hundreds of friends who attend schools in Boston and upstate New York.

    But for all the nice things they had to say about Markoff, his friends said there was a bit of mystery about him, though nothing overtly nefarious.

    Friends said they didn't even know he and McAllister were engaged. Though they agreed they seemed like a nice normal couple, his friends said they thought the two were simply dating.

    "He very rarely talked about himself," Uva said.

    The couple's Web site, once flooded with well wishes from friends and family, is now filled with cruel postings from strangers, many directed at McAllister.

    The site had detailed how they met when McAllister was a senior at the University of Albany and Markoff a sophomore. Their wedding date was set for Aug. 14.

    Nabbing Their Suspect


    Markoff's arrest came just hours after Warwick, R.I., police released new pictures of the man they believe is responsible for the attempted robbery of a woman at a Holiday Inn there last week.

    Police in both Boston and Rhode Island have said they believe the attacks may have been carried out by the same person.

    On Monday, investigators released a clear photograph of the suspect taken during the most recent attack in Warwick. A series of images show the suspect inside the Holiday Inn Express Hotel last Thursday evening, the scene of an attempted robbery of a woman.

    The man seen in the pictures taken in the hotel closely resembles the man seen in a surveillance camera photo that was released after Brisman was found dead just days earlier.

    Detectives have also a match among plastic zip-tie cuffs used to bind all three women. Two law enforcement sources told ABC News that the plastic restraints were being investigated after they were used to bind the hands of the victims. "Detectives are aggressively pursuing a number of promising leads," Boston Police Department spokeswoman Elaine Driscoll told ABC News earlier today, refusing to comment on the plastic cuffs.

    The man captured on a series of surveillance cameras in Boston's upscale Back Bay was a 20-something, clean-cut blond man who was seen leaving a luxury hotel where police said Brisman, a masseuse, was shot and killed just moments before in her room.

    Brisman's death is the second in a series of crimes against women who police say advertised on Craigslist.

    The first crime happened Friday, April 10, at the Copley Square Westin hotel in Boston. Police say a woman who had advertised exotic services on Craigslist, was held at gunpoint, bound and robbed of $800.

    Then, Tuesday night, April 14, Brisman was killed at the Marriott, just next door.

    Finally, late Thursday night -- an hour south in Rhode Island -- there was a similar attempted robbery.

    Police said all the women were tied up and threatened at gunpoint. It is believed that Brisman may have tried to resist her attacker as he tried to bind her wrists, and was shot.

    Boston police are working with police in Rhode Island to determine if the cases are connected.

    Making the Connection


    A common thread among all of the victims is that they all had posted Craigslist advertisements for some sort of massage or exotic dance. Investigators say that's a vulnerable venue to offer personal services.

    Former FBI agent and ABC News law enforcement expert Brad Garrett said Craigslist is a first choice for many looking for sexual services.

    "By some sources, it's one of the leading avenues to promote prostitution because it's so easy," he said. "You place an ad, you say, 'Come to Hotel X, at a time and date' and a service is provided. It's really an ideal environment for criminals."

    Earlier this year, New York radio anchor George Weber was murdered in his Brooklyn apartment, and police said they believe the killer answered Weber's Craigslist advertisement offering $60 for "rough sex." Weber was stabbed more than 50 times.

    Gay Talese, an author who writes on the sex trade, whose most popular book, "Thy Neighbor's Wife," came out long before sites like Craigslist existed, said such sites are making the problem much bigger because the players are anonymous.

    "It's instant communication, it's instant sex, it's sometimes instantaneously a tragic situation," Talese said. "The reason it's definitely bigger is because any sense of caution or guilt associated with sexual interchange of a commercial nature is eliminated now."

    Just last November, Craigslist entered into an agreement with 40 state attorneys general to eliminate some of the anonymity by requiring credit cards to post these erotic ads.

    The company CEO told ABC News they are deeply saddened by the events and are "evaluating the incident to see if they can better protect Craigslist users."

    But experts say little can be done to prevent criminals from using the Internet to stalk their prey.

    After the arrest today, Craigslist CEO Jim Buckmaster issued a statement, saying, "We are very pleased to hear that the person alleged to have committed these crimes has been arrested, and we will continue to provide law enforcement agencies with any assistance necessary to prosecution of the case."

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    new Source: New evidence in Craigslist case


    BOSTON - A Boston University medical student accused of robbing women who advertised erotic services on Craigslist, killing one of them, had items belonging to both victims in his apartment, a law enforcement official said Wednesday.

    Philip Markoff is charged with killing a masseuse at the Marriott Copley Place hotel April 14. He is also charged in the robbery of another woman who he allegedly met at another Boston hotel four days earlier.

    A law enforcement official who spoke on the condition of anonymity said police found items belonging to both women in Markoff's apartment in Quincy, south of Boston. The official wasn't authorized to speak about evidence in the investigation.

    Underwear report not confirmed


    The official would not confirm a report by ABC News that the items seized by police included the victims' underwear. ABC News said two unidentified law enforcement sources said Markoff appeared to be collecting underwear as "souvenirs" from his alleged victims.

    ABC News did not say how Markoff took the underwear, and he has not been accused of sexually assaulting either woman. Prosecutors have said he went through the purse of the first woman he allegedly robbed.

    Investigators are looking into gambling as the possible motivation. The law enforcement source said Markoff was a "frequent visitor" to Foxwoods casino in Connecticut.

    Markoff, 23, is accused in the death of Julissa Brisman, 26, of New York City, a masseuse who was found dead in the doorway of her hotel room after being bashed in the head and shot three times. He's also accused of robbing and tying up another woman, and police have said there could be more victims.

    Foxwoods Resort Casino, in Mashantucket, Conn., has confirmed it is cooperating with authorities investigating Markoff's gambling habits.

    Arrested en route to casino

    Markoff was arrested on Monday on Interstate 95 in Massachusetts as he and his fiancee drove to Foxwoods.

    Suffolk District Attorney Daniel Conley said he believes Markoff's original motive was robbery, but he ended up killing Brisman when she fought back.

    The first woman Markoff is accused of robbing said she believes she's alive because she didn't resist.

    "I just complied with everything he wanted me to do and I didn't resist him in any way and I think that's why," she said in an interview with Boston television station WCVB. "I just hope that they can put him behind bars for the rest of his life."

    Prosecutors have not released her name.

    The woman, 29, of Las Vegas, who also advertised as a masseuse on Craigslist, was allegedly attacked on April 10 at the Westin Copley Hotel.

    She said she had identified Markoff from the surveillance photos police distributed. He was wearing the same clothing and she recognized his face, she said.

    Able to slip out of plastic ties
    The woman said she was able to slip out of the plastic ties she was bound with about a minute after Markoff left and escape. She said she was robbed of $800 in cash, a debit card and $250 in American Express gift cards.

    Markoff is also suspected in an attempted robbery in Warwick, R.I., of a woman who had posted a Craigslist ad as a stripper. She was held at gunpoint before her husband entered the hotel room and her attacker fled.

    Rhode Island Attorney General Patrick Lynch said in a statement Wednesday that Warwick police have developed "promising information" about the April 16 robbery at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites.

    "Although we're encouraged by the progress being made, this is a complex investigation and is going to take more time," Lynch said.

    Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal on Wednesday called on Craigslist to stop what he calls "pimping and prostitution in plain sight." He asked the site to immediately eliminate photographs in the "erotic services" section, hire staff to screen images and ads that violate the site's terms of service and fine those who violate those terms.

    Craigslist representatives did not immediately return a call seeking comment.

    A wake for Brisman was scheduled at a New York City funeral home on Wednesday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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    new 7 Men Who Led Double Lives

    Alleged Craigslist killer Philip Markoff is just one of many men whose double lives were exposed by the law, ABC News reports:
    • Eliot Spitzer seemed a dedicated governor and family man until he was pinned in a prostitution ring.

    • Christophe Rocancourt pretended to be a Rockefeller heir to defraud the rich before he was busted in 2000.

    • A charmer, serial killer Ted Bundy played various roles to lure his female victims.

    • CBS News anchor Charles Kuralt hid a 29-year affair so well, his wife didn't know about it until a posthumous lawsuit.

    • The game was up for Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter, known as well-to-do American Clark Rockefeller, when he kidnapped his 7-year-old daughter.

    • David Hampton claimed to be the son of actor Sidney Poitier to score housing at Calvin Klein's—and was the inspiration for the play Six Degrees of Separation.


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    Craigslist CEO: Crooks Who Use Site Will Be Caught

    MINNEAPOLIS — The chief executive of Craigslist has a message for people who try to use the popular Internet advertising site to commit crimes: You're going to get caught.

    Violent crimes linked to Craigslist ads in Minnesota and Boston have made headlines, but CEO Jim Buckmaster said Wednesday the site is an "extremely unsafe venue for criminal activity because you're virtually guaranteeing that you're going to get caught."


    "That's been the case with nearly every serious violent crime that's been connected with the site," Buckmaster said in a telephone interview from San Francisco, where Craiglist is based.



    "There's an electronic trail leading to yourself. So don't use Craigslist for crime unless you want to go to jail."


    A Minnesota man was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole this month for the 2007 slaying of Katherine Ann Olson, who answered a phony ad he posted for a baby sitter.



    This week, a 23-year-old Boston University medical student was charged with robbing women who advertised erotic services on Craigslist and killing one of them, Julissa Brisman.


    "We were shocked and saddened to learn that a horrific crime like this had any connection to the use of Craigslist, and our hearts went out to the family and friends of Julissa Brisman," Buckmaster said.


    Buckmaster said the attention Craigslist has received because of crimes linked to it is partly a function of how heavily the site is used and the relative newness of the Internet.


    "There are 50 million people using the site every month, and the site has facilitated billions of human interactions over its history. Compared to human society as a whole the risks of Craigslist are low, but they're not zero," he said.


    Buckmaster declined to say much about how Craigslist is cooperating with authorities investigating the Boston case but said, "We make ourselves 100 percent available to them and provide them with any and all information we have that they may request."


    Law enforcement officials generally ask that Craigslist not comment on what it's doing in specific cases, he said.


    Buckmaster defended Craigslist's inclusion of the "erotic services" classification on its sites. He said users requested it so those ads would be posted there, where users can avoid them, instead of being scattered among other ad categories. He also insisted that illegal activity is "absolutely not welcome there."


    He said Craigslist will donate 100 percent of its net revenues from those ads to charities, under an agreement announced last November with 40 state attorneys general, though he said figures aren't available yet.


    Craigslist's city sites include tips on personal safety and avoiding scams and fraud. Buckmaster said the Minnesota and Boston cases provide an opportunity to remind people that it makes sense when meeting someone found through an online ad to take the same kinds of precautions they should take offline.


    "Anytime you're going to meet for the first time choose a public place where there are other people around. ... Consider bringing a friend along. Let someone know where you're going to be and when you'll be returning. Take your cell phone along. Trust your instincts and report suspicious activities to authorities," he said.


    Craigslist founder Craig Newmark will attend a benefit concert in Minnesota on May 3 for a scholarship fund at St. Olaf College in memory of Olson. The 24-year-old was slain by Michael John Anderson, 20, who used a Craigslist ad to lure her to his home in the Minneapolis suburb of Savage.


    Buckmaster said Craigslist officials were inspired by the Olson family's efforts to keep the focus of the case on Katherine Olson's life and what she meant to her family and friends.


    "When there was an opportunity for Craigslist to participate in some way, that was something we were excited about doing," he said.






    April 21: Philip Markoff shows no emotion as he is arraigned in a Boston court in the so-called 'Craigslist killing' and held without bail.

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    Smile 'Craigslist' suspect seemed 'all-American'

    BOSTON, Massachusetts (CNN) -- Friends and acquaintances of Philip Markoff, a medical student accused of killing a woman he may have met through a Craigslist online ad, described the 23-year-old as a model student.

    "My girlfriend actually rode the elevator with him a lot alone; it's kind of freaking her out now," said Patrick Sullivan, who lived in the same apartment building as Markoff in Quincy, Massachusetts, a Boston suburb.

    "She thought he was kind of the all-American, good-looking guy," Sullivan said. "When she saw him on TV yesterday, she even remarked, 'I can't believe it's him. I always thought he had such a great smile, and he was so nice to me.'"

    James Kehoe, a friend of Markoff's from the State University of New York at Albany, where both attended college, said Markoff was "one of the best students I've probably ever encountered."

    "He would never put anything in front of his work," he said. "He had great aspirations to be a doctor."

    Markoff, a second-year student at Boston University's School of Medicine, is charged with killing 26-year-old Julissa Brisman of New York on April 14 at Boston's Copley Marriott Hotel.

    Markoff was arraigned Tuesday and is being held without bail.

    His attorney, John Salsberg, told reporters after the hearing that Markoff is "not guilty of the charges. He has his family's support. I have not received any document or report or piece of evidence other than what I heard in the courtroom. All I have at the moment are words -- no proof of anything."

    A Boston University spokeswoman said the school suspended Markoff, who has no criminal record, when it learned of the charges on Monday.

    "This was a brutal, vicious crime. Savage," Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel Conley told reporters. "And it shows that Philip Markoff is a man who's willing to take advantage of women -- to hurt them, to beat them, to rob them."

    A procedural not-guilty plea was entered on Markoff's behalf, Conley said.

    Evidence from the scene suggests that Brisman "put up a fight," prosecutor Jennifer Hickman said during the hearing Tuesday. Police have said that Brisman, a model, advertised as a masseuse on Craigslist, a popular online classifieds service.

    She suffered blunt head trauma, Hickman said, and was shot three times at close range. One of the bullets passed through her heart, killing her, she said.

    Markoff is also charged in connection with the April 10 robbery of a woman at a Westin Hotel in Boston. In that case, the woman made arrangements to meet a man through Craigslist for a massage at the hotel, but was held at gunpoint and bound, Hickman said. She was robbed of $800 and personal items and left tied to a door handle with duct tape over her mouth, the prosecutor said in court Tuesday.

    The victim was not identified.

    Megan McAllister, who identified herself as Markoff's fiancee, maintained his innocence in an e-mail sent to ABC News. McAllister said Markoff "is the wrong man" and "was set up."

    "Unfortunately, you were given wrong information as was the public," she wrote. "All I have to say to you is Philip is a beautiful person inside and out and could not hurt a fly!"

    She accused Boston police of "trying to make big bucks by selling this false story to the TV stations. What else is new??"

    Authorities believe the motive in Brisman's death was robbery, Conley told reporters. In executing a search warrant at Markoff's home, police found a firearm, along with restraints and duct tape, he said.

    Surveillance videos from the hotel where Brisman was killed showed a tall, clean-cut young blond man in a black windbreaker leaving the property, according to Boston police, who had sought public assistance in identifying the man.

    Police traced the Internet communications with Brisman to an e-mail account that had been opened the day before her death, Conley said. Using Internet provider information, they found the computer was at Markoff's residence in Quincy. Authorities put the home under surveillance, Conley said, and "the case just begins to build from there."

    Markoff, meanwhile, is "bearing up," Salsberg said. "It's obviously a difficult time for anybody in these circumstances with the charges that have been brought against him. ... He's pleaded not guilty. He is not guilty."

    Authorities in Boston are working with police in Warwick, Rhode Island, on what could be a related case. On April 16 at a Holiday Inn Express in Warwick, a man tied up and demanded money from a 26-year-old dancer who had posted a Craigslist advertisement, Warwick Police Chief Col. Stephen McCartney said.

    The robbery was interrupted when the woman's husband entered the room. After pointing his gun at the husband, the suspect fled, McCartney said. He said the incident "may be related to similar crimes occurring in the Boston area," but that had not been determined.

    Craigslist CEO Jim Buckmaster told CNN the company is "horrified and deeply saddened that our community services have been associated in any way whatsoever with a crime of violence." He promised that Craigslist will evaluate the incident to see whether additional measures could be introduced to protect users.

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    new Dead Woman's Panties Found in Craigslist Suspect's Home

    Police Sources Say Philip Markoff Collected Souveniers from Alleged Victims; May Be More Victims


    Investigators searching the apartment of Philip Markoff, the accused murderer now known as the "Craigslist Killer," found a handgun and panties belonging to the two victims hidden in a hollowed-out copy of the textbook Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body, two law enforcement sources told ABC News.

    Markoff appeared to be collecting women's panties, which investigators believe were "souvenirs" from his alleged victims, two law enforcement sources said.

    Police have asked anyone who may have been contacted by Markoff via Craigslist to come forward, and law enforcement sources told ABC News that detectives investigating the case are now fielding calls from other potential victims.

    "There could be none, there could be others," Suffolk County District Attorney Dan Conley told "Good Morning America." "We're not interested in prosecuting them for massage services."

    The panties, found hidden in Markoff's apartment and was marked and bagged by police as potential evidence in the case, are one of the reasons investigators believe there could be more victims who have not yet come forward, law enforcement sources said.

    Markoff is accused of robbing two women, whom he allegedly lured to upscale hotels through the Web site Craigslist, and killing one of them. He has pleaded not guilty.

    Trisha Leffler, who said she was bound and robbed at the Westin Hotel in Boston April 10, told ABC's Boston affiliate WCVB that she immediately recognized Markoff as the man who'd robbed her when she saw him on surveillance photos released by police.

    "I hope he will be behind bars for the rest of his life," she said.

    Boston police have charged Markoff with the attack against Leffler and for the murder of 26-year-old Julissa Brisman at the Copley Marriott April 14. Both women had placed advertisements on Craigslist.

    Leffler, who prosecutors said was robbed of $800, said the only reason she survived is because she didn't fight back. She said she was able to slip her ties shortly after her attacker left the room.

    "I just complied with everything he wanted me to do," she said. "I didn't resist him in any way, and that's why."

    Gambling Two Days After Brisman's Death


    Police said they believe Markoff's alleged crime spree was an effort to pay off his gambling debts.

    Conley said Brisman was beaten very badly and shot three times at close range.

    "This was a crime of great violence," he said. "We felt it was a very dangerous man we were looking for."

    A wake for Brisman is scheduled for today in New York City.

    A source close to the investigation told ABC News that Markoff opened a line of credit at Connecticut's Foxwoods Casino last week. Two days after Brisman was murdered, sources close to the investigation said Markoff hit the casino, leaving with $5,300 in his pocket. Markoff liked to play blackjack and gambled with black $100 chips, the source said.

    Markoff and his fiancee Megan McAllister had a room reserved at the Connecticut casino for this Friday and Saturday nights, a source close to the investigation said.

    The room was booked in both of their names, and they planned to use Markoff's accrued reward points from his gambling to help pay for it, the source said.

    Markoff first applied for a Foxwoods rewards card at the end of 2008 but only went to the casino once that year. Then in March 2009 the visits "grew really frequent,'' the source said.

    During his last visit to the casino on April 16, Markoff applied for a credit limit. Approval from the casino was pending when he was arrested Tuesday during a traffic stop while he was en route to Foxwoods with McAllister, the source and law enforcement officials told ABC News.

    "Markoff was the gambler, she didn't really play the tables,'' said the source. McAllister did not have an account at the casino.

    "He always played blackjack and used black chips. He was not a high roller. But he liked to buy in for $100 or $500,'' the source said

    Markoff is also being looked at in a third attack, this one also a robbery, in a Rhode Island Holiday Inn Express where, again, a woman was tied up after placing an advertisement on Craigslist for massage services.

    A search of his Quincy, Mass., apartment, prosecutors said, turned up a semi-automatic weapon along with ammunition, plastic zip ties and duct tape.

    But as sure as police are that they have the right man, his fiancee told ABC News Monday that Markoff was not the person responsible for the robberies and Brisman's murder.

    "Unfortunately, you were given wrong information as was the public," Megan McAllister wrote to ABC News in an e-mail. "All I have to say to you is Philip is a beautiful person inside and out and could not hurt a fly! A police officer in Boston (or many) is trying to make big bucks by selling this false story to the TV stations. What else is new?? Philip is an intelligent man who is just trying to live his life so if you could leave us alone we would greatly appreciate it. We expect to marry in August and share and wonderful, meaningful life together."

    Conley said there is "very powerful evidence" that Markoff is the man on the surveillance videos and that Leffler has identified him as the man who attacked her.

    Conley said it's understandable that his fiancee would want to support her loved one, but that they wouldn't charge him with such a heinous crime unless they were sure.

    Looks Can Be Deceiving


    Even though Markoff doesn't seem to fit the profile of a typical killer -- he's a clean-cut medical student who was engaged to be married this summer -- looks can be deceiving.

    Michael Welner, a forensic psychiatrist and chairman of the Forensic Panel, told "Good Morning America" today that a good education has nothing to do with a person's character.

    "So much of crime is about choices," he said. "This is a situation of someone who had everything to lose," and his choices imploded his life.

    Welner said Markoff may very well have gotten in over his head during Brisman's alleged murder, "and I think more evidence is going to shed light on that."

    He pointed out that the alleged crimes were about money, not sex or power.

    Did Gambling Habit Spiral Out of Control?

    Markoff opened an account at the Foxwoods casino in 2008, but his visits to the casino increased "in March and April," leading the Cheryl, N.Y., native to apply for a credit line in early April, a source with knowledge of the investigation said.

    "He went to Foxwoods frequently, including visits on April 2, 12 and 16,'' the source told ABC News. "On the 16th he left with $5,300 in winnings.''

    Markoff also used his hometown New York address at 803 Cheryl Road and the Quincy, Mass., apartment he shared with his fiancee to apply for a credit line. The highest single bet Markoff made was $1,000, the source said.

    "He came once in 2008, but then he was here all the time starting in March,'' the source said.

    Authorities said they followed cell phone and computer records to Markoff, linking an e-mail account used to set up appointments on Craigslist with the two women who were attacked to his address in Quincy.

    Markoff, dressed in khakis and a button-down shirt, did not say anything during the brief hearing. His attorney, John Salsberg, said his client was not guilty.

    "Philip Markoff is not guilty. He has his family's support," he said. "All I have is words and that's not proof of anything."

    Fiancee Defends Markoff

    Markoff's fiancee, Megan McAllister, who lived with him, told ABC News that police have got the wrong guy.

    Police said they tracked Markoff down using surveillance videos at three hotels. In photos taken from hotel cameras, the man police have been seeking in connection with the crimes appears to be fixated on a BlackBerry. Investigators said that Blackberry is what led them to Markoff.

    A police source close to the investigation said cops found Markoff by tracing Craigslist e-mails.

    "They followed high-tech leads and old-fashioned shoe leather," Suffolk County District Attorney Dan Conley said in a news conference. "They've connected IP addresses and physical locations."

    Markoff Friends Floored

    Markoff's friends and neighbors are shocked. After all, Markoff, a second-year medical student at Boston University, had no criminal history and was engaged to be married to a woman he met more than three years ago when they were volunteers in an emergency room. The university suspended Markoff after learning of the charges against him, a school spokeswoman said.

    "I can't even put it into words, the disbelief I'm putting into works right now," Markoff's friend Jonathan Uva told "Good Morning America" today. "It's just a total disconnect from what we're hearing in the news."

    Uva, who lives next door to Markoff in Quincy, Mass., said he went to sleep last night listening to police searching his friend's apartment.

    "I'm a little unsettled, definitely," he said.

    Another friend, Mike Dye, told "Good Morning America" that he'd had Markoff over to his apartment for parties and for the Super Bowl.

    "I like to think I'm a good judge of character, hang out with people who are similar to myself," he said. "Didn't suspect anything like that."

    "I would never believe this would be something he would do," friend Kym Direnzo said on "GMA."

    Markoff's Facebook profile lists hundreds of friends who attend schools in Boston and upstate New York.

    But for all the nice things they had to say about Markoff, his friends said there was a bit of mystery about him, though nothing overtly nefarious.

    Friends said they didn't even know he and McAllister were engaged. Though they agreed they seemed like a nice normal couple, his friends said they thought the two were simply dating.

    "He very rarely talked about himself," Uva said.

    The couple's Web site, once flooded with well wishes from friends and family, is now filled with cruel postings from strangers, many directed at McAllister.

    The site had detailed how they met when McAllister was a senior at the University of Albany and Markoff a sophomore. Their wedding date was set for Aug. 14.

    Nabbing Their Suspect


    Markoff's arrest came just hours after Warwick, R.I., police released new pictures of the man they believe is responsible for the attempted robbery of a woman at a Holiday Inn there last week.

    Police in both Boston and Rhode Island have said they believe the attacks may have been carried out by the same person.

    On Monday, investigators released a clear photograph of the suspect taken during the most recent attack in Warwick. A series of images show the suspect inside the Holiday Inn Express Hotel last Thursday evening, the scene of an attempted robbery of a woman.

    The man seen in the pictures taken in the hotel closely resembles the man seen in a surveillance camera photo that was released after Brisman was found dead just days earlier.

    Detectives have also a match among plastic zip-tie cuffs used to bind all three women. Two law enforcement sources told ABC News that the plastic restraints were being investigated after they were used to bind the hands of the victims. "Detectives are aggressively pursuing a number of promising leads," Boston Police Department spokeswoman Elaine Driscoll told ABC News earlier today, refusing to comment on the plastic cuffs.

    The man captured on a series of surveillance cameras in Boston's upscale Back Bay was a 20-something, clean-cut blond man who was seen leaving a luxury hotel where police said Brisman, a masseuse, was shot and killed just moments before in her room.

    Brisman's death is the second in a series of crimes against women who police say advertised on Craigslist.

    After the arrest, Craigslist CEO Jim Buckmaster issued a statement, saying, "We are very pleased to hear that the person alleged to have committed these crimes has been arrested, and we will continue to provide law enforcement agencies with any assistance necessary to prosecution of the case."

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