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Canton Cover-Up Part 86: Boston Police Called Brian Albert A “Surveillance Expert” For Solving The Boston Strangler Mystery 


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People who still profess that Karen Read killed John O’Keefe point to how difficult it would be to orchestrate an elaborate coverup in such a short amount of time. But who would better suited to know what to do in a situation like that than a murder police like Brian Albert?

One piece of information that we haven’t brought up is that in 2013 Brian Albert was responsible for officially bringing the Boston Strangler case to a close, when he used his skills as a detective to prove that Albert DeSalvo was responsible for raping and killing 19 year old Mary Sullivan. According to an ABC News story Brian Albert surveilled DeSalvo’s nephew until he saw him throw away a bottle of water. Albert had the bottle tested for DNA, compared it to DNA found on Mary Sullivan, and it was a match for Tim DeSalvo’s uncle. As a result of his detective work DeSalvo’s corpse was dug up and tested.

Notice how Albert is described by the Boston Police Department – a surveillance expert. Who would be better at getting a body from inside a house to the front of his lawn without being noticed than a surveillance expert? Who would know exactly how police would respond and investigate a dead body on someone’s property than Brian Albert? Who could use their connections to get ahead of that better than Brian Albert?

He knew that Matt McCabe said that he saw Karen Read idling near the flagpole and fire hydrant, so that was where the body needed to be put. He knew that as long as everyone stuck to their story that they never saw John O’Keefe come inside the house, then there were no more lies they would need to tell. He knew that he could use his family connections with the Canton and State Police to prevent them from asking him probing questions, taking pictures of his face and hands, and doing the same for his nephew Colin. He knew that under normal circumstances the police would immediately search his house, which is why he likely made phone calls that night to make sure it never happened. He could prove us all wrong by handing over his phone, but he won’t do that.

Brian Albert has been one of BPD’s most trusted and respected officers for years. He made over $250K a year, and was politically connected to Marty Walsh. What do you think is better for the Boston Police Department –  having John O’Keefe’s killer be a highly respected fellow officer who appeared on TV shows and solved the Boston Strangler mystery, or having it be the drunken girlfriend who ran John over with her car?

Unfortunately for him we’re pretty good at surveillance too, and Brian Albert’s time as a free man grows shorter by the day.


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  1. The entire nation already knew it was DeSalvo decades before Fat Albert got on the scene.

    1. Also talking about dna, there is a reason why the Commonwealth hasn’t handed over anything. Fat Albert’s DNA has to be all over O’Keefe’s clothes, along with Bang Bang Boy’s. It’s concerning the amount of time the prosecution has had to mess with evidence, including dna.

      1. In any normal case the judge would be all over them for not producing the evidence immediately. How in the world can they be heading to trial without being given all the discovery? But you can get away with that bullshit when the judge is good friend too. Disgusting mess.

  2. So Brian Albert is responsible for determining it was DeSalvo. After DeSalvo confessed 50 years prior. Great work, Brian.

  3. Everyone is missing the Big picture!!

    Brian Albert is a fair and bright “Historical Detective” . Because of hos intellect and judgement Boston Police Detective Brian Albert has EXONERATED LIZZIE BORDEN of the Murders of her parents Andrew and Abby Borden in 1892.

    Officer Albert has determined that the ax shards he found in the Borden B&B home in New Bedford Massachusetts and the DNA recovered from ax marks in floor in 2012 positively exonerate Lizzie and Albert has Determined that it was a Murder-Suicide and LIZZIE was wrongly tried.
    Lizzie was found not guilty BUT Officer Albert has made it unquestionable that she was innocent.
    Thank God for Office Albert.

    So wheres the Dog, History buffoon

  4. Decorated police officer my ass – this POS hasn’t done one thing to help this investigation – his house had plenty of cameras that could of proved Karen Read hit him or OKeefe never made it in

    Hey Brian – Amazon has a sale on soap on a rope – stock up

  5. Who Killed King Phillip ?
    Now we know, thanks to Detective Brain Albert and his amazing skills to detect what other don’t see.

    On August 12, 1676, King Philip was thought to have been assassinated at Mount Hope Rhode Island by a Native American in the service of the English. The English drew and quartered Philip’s body and publicly displayed his head on a stake in Plymouth was what was wrote in the papers and journals of the authorities of the time.

    Forecic Detective Brian Albert of the Boston Police department finally hos uncovered the truth.

    Detective Albert has examined the post that King Phillips head was displayed on and extracted 350 year old DNA and a single native American hair strand.

    Detective Albert has determined that King Phillip was backed into the pole and was beheaded from the Impact of the overloaded wagon and Not asasinated by The English Indian forces but rather it was just a accident by a farmer that did not see him that evening.
    It was getting dark by 7:30 pm in the 1670’s . And Albert concluded that farmer “Reed” of Plymouth placed King Phillips head on the pole for authorities to find.

    Another amazing historical murder SOLVED by Detective Brian Albert of the Boston Police

    When Detective Albert is Not solving the hardest unsolved murder cases in New England he enjoys pickleball, checkers and a good chicken parmesan.

    Where’s the Fucking dog and basement floor boards asshole.

  6. Their DNA will be all over John’s body. Especially if there was a fight! Spit, sweat, blood and probably other body fluids. This Judge knows whats up! Stop breaking the law Judge C…. America is watching. Media has this all over now!! Do the right thing Free Karen Read Another great blog TB 💚🐢

  7. perhaps one or better yet both of the Alberts will end up in DeSalvo’s cell when they are put where they belong for this…BANG BANG

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