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He found her listing as a masseuse in the Craigslist Erotic Services section last April 13, a Monday.She said she was visiting Boston for three days—she had a room on the 20th floor of the Boston Marriott Copley Place, an upscale Back Bay hotel.Thanks, Andy.”“My Wednesday appointment moved later,” the masseuse, whose real name was Julissa Brisman and who worked part-time in a New York tanning salon, answered. Mary Beth Simons (not her real name), who owns the tanning salon where Brisman worked and who acted as her screener and intermediary, took the call and texted Brisman that she had told him to come up on the hour.“I could do it tomorrow night or we can do or 11 tonight if you wanted to see me later tonight. A few minutes after 10, all pretense and politesse were dropped. In this new kind of murder, the Internet was front and center at every turn.
According to the couple, when the assailant pointed a gun at him, Keith Melton instinctively started walking backward down the hall until he tripped and fell. His entrance to the hotel had been caught on surveillance tape while he was texting.
The “Craigslist Murder” was a crime made possible by the Internet, and the prime suspect was apprehended through online sleuthing. They never actually spoke to each other; all their communication was by e-mail or text message.
But the killing of Julissa Brisman allegedly by Boston University medical student Philip Markoff is still a very human mystery, with dark sexual overtones and surprising contradictions. He used a disposable Trac phone that would be hard to trace; her friend and employer pretended that was Morgan when setting up their meeting via cyberspace.
A woman in a nearby room, after hearing shrieks, went out into the hallway and saw a clothed body sprawled across the doorway of Brisman’s room. Only four days before, Boston police had received a report from another out-of-town masseuse, Trisha Leffler.
Leffler was staying at the equally upscale Westin Copley Place.