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« Reply #1300 on: February 01, 2010, 11:49:55 AM »

http://www.whas11.com/news/crimetracker/Friends-family-of-slain-Va-Tech-student-want-justice-83250552.html
Friends, family of slain Va Tech student want justice
by EMILY FRIEDMAN

Posted on February 1, 2010 at 10:40 AM
(ABC News) - If there's one thing Jenna Testerman knows about her best friend Morgan Harrington, whose body was found last week in a farmer's field in Virginia, is that she would not have succumbed to a killer without putting up a fight.
"I really don't know what happened to her," Testerman told ABCNews.com, just days after the search for Harrington came to a grim ending with the discovery of her body. "She wasn't someone who would just wander off."
"But what I do know is that Morgan is a fighter and she would have fought to the death," said Testerman.
The mystery surrounding Harrington's disappearance the night of Oct. 17 deepened last week when authorities in Virginia identified skeletal remains found in a remote field as the missing 20-year-old Virginia Tech junior.
"We were all hoping that they were going to find her safe and while we knew it would take a lot of work to get Morgan back to normal, we just wanted her to be alive," said Testerman. "We just wanted her to give us one of her big hugs that she's known for."
Testerman said she is particularly feeling the loss. She and Harrington were part of a close-knit group of girlfriends who called themselves "The Nine." Some of the girls even got the number nine tattooed on their bodies as a symbol of their friendship when they all went off to college. Now they are eight.
"We just hope that she didn't have to go through any pain and that her killer showed her mercy and that she's up above in heaven looking down on us," said Testerman.
Friends like Testerman who had been holding out hope that Harrington would be found alive are now shifting their focus, eager to find the person they say is responsible for her murder.
While Testerman and Harrington's parents believe that she was murdered, the Virginia State Police department has not yet officially classified her case as a homicide investigation. The cause of death has not yet been determined, according to Corrine Geller, a spokeswoman for the Virginia State Police. No one has been named a person of interest or a suspect in Testerman's case either.
What Happened to Morgan Harrington After the Metallica Concert?
Few details have emerged about the night she went missing. Harrington had gone to a Metallica concert at the John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville when she got separated from her friends, who believe she stepped outside for a smoke.
Harrington, who was wearing a black mini skirt, black tights and black boots as well as a black t-shirt with "Pantera" written on the front in tan letters, called her friends on a cell phone to say she was not allowed back inside.
Sarah Snead, who had accompanied Harrington and another friend to the concert, told WSLS in Raonake that she had been the one to receive the phone call telling them that she was stuck outside the arena.
"[She said] don't worry, I'll find a way home," said Snead.
Surveillance cameras at the concert caught Harrington getting turned away from several entrances as she tried to return to the conert. Later, witnesses told police they saw someone matching her description in a nearby grassy parking lot, and then walking on an adjacent road.
The morning after the concert, Harrington's purse and cell phone were found in that grassy field and later, her parents Dan and Gil Harrington, called police to report her missing.
Up until the day authorities received a call from an area farmer saying that he'd found remains on his property, Harrington's parents had held out hope for their daughter. The body was found about 10 miles from the concert site.
On a blog dedicated to finding their daughter, Dan Harrington wrote on Jan. 24, "3 months! Despite the length of time Morgan has been gone I remain hopeful. Part of me is waiting to be surprised. Waiting for God to pull the rabbit out of the hat and bring Morgan home."
Now Dan Harrington is speculating on who took his daughter. He told NBC's "Today Show" last week that his daughter's killer must have been from around Charlottesville.
"There is absolutely no way that a stranger to the area would know [the local roads and the farm]," said Dan Harrington. "It is someone who lives in the Charlottesville area."
Friends Believe Someone 'Bad' Got Harrington
Jill Helm, whose daughter Chelsea was one of "the nine" and who frequently had the group over to her Roanoke home, said Harrington must have bumped into an evil person.
"I think she went out to smoke and they wouldn't let her back into the concert and he got her out there," said Helm. "Someone who is as bad as all the crazy people in the world got her."
"Morgan had nothing to run from," said Helm. "Her friends and family are absolutely wonderful."
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« Reply #1301 on: February 01, 2010, 11:52:48 AM »

http://www.virginia.edu/vpsa/communications/09-10/013110-safety-tips.htm
Date: Jan 31, 2010
To: All U.Va. Students
From: Patricia M. Lampkin
Subject: Safety Reminders
Dear Students:

The discovery Tuesday morning of the remains of Morgan Dana Harrington, the Virginia Tech student who had been missing since Oct. 17 after leaving a concert at John Paul Jones Arena, brought profound grief to her family and friends and sadness to two university communities.

At Virginia Tech, where Morgan, 20, was a junior education major, President Charles Steger said the news took away hope for a happy ending.

This news also brings with it a reminder that while the Charlottesville area is considered to be safe, bad things can and do happen. And college-age students are particularly vulnerable.

In the midst of their grief, Morgan's parents, Dan and Gil, and their son Alex, a U.Va. alum, continue to advocate campus safety and the need for students to take personal safety seriously. They are especially concerned that the person responsible for their daughter's death may remain in our community and they want to remind students to be on alert.

In an interview last week, the Harringtons said that women especially are at risk when they walk or jog alone.
We didn't want Morgan to go out by herself alone," her father said. "There are so many things that if we could change, we would have a different outcome."

It is a heart-breaking reminder to us all.

While I have included a more comprehensive safety checklist at the end of this e-mail, I would like to remind you of a few key things that should be part of your routine as you travel on Grounds and in the surrounding community.

    * Please do not walk alone after dark. If you have no choice, call a friend before venturing out to let her or him know what route you are taking.
    * Please do not get into a car unless you know the driver.
    * Please do not get into a taxi unless you are sure that it is a registered taxi with a meter.
    * Please get involved. If you see a fellow student in need of help, offer it. Do not leave another incapacitated student alone, whether or not you know her or him. If you cannot offer immediate assistance, call 911.
    * Please rely on University Police if you are in distress or believe you are in danger. If you have been drinking, are not able to travel on your own, and/or feel vulnerable or threatened, call 911 immediately. Never hesitate to contact University Police. They are trained to help our students and they would rather you call them – even if the situation turns out not to be dire – than not. Remember, calling UPD is always the safest option.

Nothing is more important in our University community than your safety and security. Safety, however, should be a personal as well as a community goal.

One way to honor Morgan Harrington's life is to become an advocate for safety on college campuses, here and elsewhere. Please feel free to share this message with your friends at colleges and universities around the country.

For those who knew Morgan personally and might be grieving her loss, know that there is counseling support available through the University's Counseling and Psychological Services at 243-5150.

 I encourage each of you to take a moment to review the additional general safety guidelines included below. These are useful at any time and in any situation.

 

Sincerely,

 

Patricia M. Lampkin
Vice President and Chief Student Affairs Officer

 
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« Reply #1302 on: February 01, 2010, 12:01:49 PM »

Thank-you for all the updates. I don't know what you can say to your daughter goodnmad, except what Trimm said  an angelic monkey I really believe Morgan either knew the person, or the person that she may have went with looked innocent and normal. I just don't believe she hitchhiked.
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« Reply #1303 on: February 01, 2010, 12:55:54 PM »

http://abcnews.go.com/US/morgan-harrington-family-prays-justice-slain-virginia-tech-student/story?id=9701648

Friends of Morgan Harrington Know Foul Play Was Involved
Police Have Not Yet Named Case a Homicide Investigation
By EMILY FRIEDMAN
Feb. 1, 2010
If there's one thing Jenna Testerman knows about her best friend Morgan Harrington, whose body was found last week in a farmer's field in Virginia, is that she would not have succumbed to a killer without putting up a fight.
"I really don't know what happened to her," Testerman told ABCNews.com, just days after the search for Harrington came to a grim ending with the discovery of her body. "She wasn't someone who would just wander off."

"But what I do know is that Morgan is a fighter and she would have fought to the death," said Testerman.

The mystery surrounding Harrington's disappearance the night of Oct. 17 deepened last week when authorities in Virginia identified skeletal remains found in a remote field as the missing 20-year-old Virginia Tech junior.
We were all hoping that they were going to find her safe and while we knew it would take a lot of work to get Morgan back to normal, we just wanted her to be alive," said Testerman. "We just wanted her to give us one of her big hugs that she's known for."

Testerman said she is particularly feeling the loss. She and Harrington were part of a close-knit group of girlfriends who called themselves "The Nine." Some of the girls even got the number nine tattooed on their bodies as a symbol of their friendship when they all went off to college. Now they are eight.

"We just hope that she didn't have to go through any pain and that her killer showed her mercy and that she's up above in heaven looking down on us," said Testerman.

Friends like Testerman who had been holding out hope that Harrington would be found alive are now shifting their focus, eager to find the person they say is responsible for her murder.

While Testerman and Harrington's parents believe that she was murdered, the Virginia State Police department has not yet officially classified her case as a homicide investigation. The cause of death has not yet been determined, according to Corrine Geller, a spokeswoman for the Virginia State Police. No one has been named a person of interest or a suspect in Testerman's case either.

Continued here....   http://abcnews.go.com/US/morgan-harrington-family-prays-justice-slain-virginia-tech-student/story?id=9701648&page=2
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« Reply #1304 on: February 01, 2010, 01:01:28 PM »

If there's one thing Jenna Testerman knows about her best friend Morgan Harrington, whose body was found last week in a farmer's field in Virginia, is that she would not have succumbed to a killer without putting up a fight.
"I really don't know what happened to her," Testerman told ABCNews.com, just days after the search for Harrington came to a grim ending with the discovery of her body. "She wasn't someone who would just wander off."    I'm so confused by all this, wasn't it said early on that her friends said, Morgan would take off like that, or did I misread that early on?
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« Reply #1305 on: February 01, 2010, 03:15:12 PM »

Goodnmad ~ I have always tried to instill the rule of "trust your self" in other words trust what your "self" aka gut is telling you.  If something doesn't feel right, it probably isn't.  And never, ever leave your friends and make them PROMISE to never leave you...no matter what.  Friends don't let friends drive drunk but they also don't let them leave with a stranger or an acquaintance either.  Alcohol and drugs can interfere with this thought process.  Make it a pact and reinforce it often.  Too many young women have walked away from friends with some boy only to never be seen alive again.
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« Reply #1306 on: February 01, 2010, 03:24:55 PM »



Family reclaims remains of Morgan Harrington
by Brendan Fitzgerald, February 1st 02:51pm

In an entry posted yesterday on the website FindMorgan.com, Morgan Harrington's mother, Gil, wrote that the Harrington family reclaimed the "skeletonized remains" of Morgan yesterday.

"Who would ever have thought it would be mine to see every image of Morgan’s life – from her first faint shadows on fetal ultrasound to the gaping orbital hollows in her skull?" writes Gil Harrington. "An abomination to witness this ending." She adds that the Harringtons "can finally begin the hard work of grieving and growing strong as a triangulated family."

Tomorrow's issue of C-VILLE will feature an up-to-date account of the Harrington case so far. A call to Albemarle County Police regarding two reported assaults within miles of Anchorage Farm during weeks leading up to Harrington's discovery was not returned by the time the paper went to press; however, Lieutenant Todd Hopwood tells C-VILLE that arrests were made in both assault cases.
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« Reply #1307 on: February 01, 2010, 03:26:42 PM »

Yes,I keep getting knocked out of the cage. 
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« Reply #1308 on: February 01, 2010, 03:34:24 PM »

Tomorrow's issue of C-VILLE will feature an up-to-date account of the Harrington case so far. A call to Albemarle County Police regarding two reported assaults within miles of Anchorage Farm during weeks leading up to Harrington's discovery was not returned by the time the paper went to press; however, Lieutenant Todd Hopwood tells C-VILLE that arrests were made in both assault cases.


That is interesting.
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« Reply #1309 on: February 01, 2010, 04:00:09 PM »

http://www.nbc29.com/Global/story.asp?S=11914301
Harrington Public Memorial Services Set
Posted: Feb 01, 2010 2:39 PM CST Updated: Feb 01, 2010 2:39 PM CST

Morgan Harrington's family have announced public memorial services for the 20-year-old.

The family will honor Morgan with a Mass on Friday, February 5 at 3:30 p.m. It will happen at Saint Andrews Catholic Church in Roanoke.

A reception to celebrate Morgan's life will follow at the Hotel Roanoke.

Morgan's remains were discovered on a farm in southern Albemarle County last week, three months after she disappeared during a concert in Charlottesville.

The Harrington family released this statement concerning the services:

"To recognize some of Morgan's passions we ask that, in lieu of flowers, gifts to honor Morgan's memory be made to the Morgan Dana Harrington Memorial Scholarship at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine or to OMNI - Orphan Medical Network International, an organization that provides medical care in Africa. 

Scholarship donations may be mailed to: Virginia Tech, Attn: Gift Accounting, University Development (0336), Blacksburg, VA  24061, and OMNI donations to 6930 Empire Lane, Roanoke, VA 24018.

We are grief stricken by her death but also lifted by the knowledge that Morgan Dana Harrington was precious to so many and will not be forgotten.  She mattered, to us all."

Reported by Henry Graff
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« Reply #1310 on: February 01, 2010, 04:25:44 PM »

http://video.foxnews.com/v/3996911/clues-in-coeds-tragic-murder
February 1, 2010
Clues in Coed's Tragic Murder

What evidence will crime scene provide in tracking down Morgan Harrington's killer?

Video at link

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« Reply #1311 on: February 01, 2010, 04:43:31 PM »

Tomorrow's issue of C-VILLE will feature an up-to-date account of the Harrington case so far. A call to Albemarle County Police regarding two reported assaults within miles of Anchorage Farm during weeks leading up to Harrington's discovery was not returned by the time the paper went to press; however, Lieutenant Todd Hopwood tells C-VILLE that arrests were made in both assault cases.


That is interesting.
Thank-you, very interesting.
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« Reply #1312 on: February 01, 2010, 05:05:48 PM »



Family reclaims remains of Morgan Harrington
by Brendan Fitzgerald, February 1st 02:51pm

In an entry posted yesterday on the website FindMorgan.com, Morgan Harrington's mother, Gil, wrote that the Harrington family reclaimed the "skeletonized remains" of Morgan yesterday.

"Who would ever have thought it would be mine to see every image of Morgan’s life – from her first faint shadows on fetal ultrasound to the gaping orbital hollows in her skull?" writes Gil Harrington. "An abomination to witness this ending." She adds that the Harringtons "can finally begin the hard work of grieving and growing strong as a triangulated family."

Tomorrow's issue of C-VILLE will feature an up-to-date account of the Harrington case so far. A call to Albemarle County Police regarding two reported assaults within miles of Anchorage Farm during weeks leading up to Harrington's discovery was not returned by the time the paper went to press; however, Lieutenant Todd Hopwood tells C-VILLE that arrests were made in both assault cases.

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« Reply #1313 on: February 01, 2010, 05:37:25 PM »

There has been noticeable slowness in the forum this afternoon.  The tech guy suggested I move some of the MP High Profile if they weren't so high profile any longer as refreshing while in that area might be slowing things down (since that's where most everyone is).  So I've done that and moved some down to the regular MP area.  Let's see if it helps 
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« Reply #1314 on: February 01, 2010, 05:50:09 PM »

Thks Klaas

I did not know that VSP had video of Morgan trying to re-enter JPJA?  Is that a miss quote or something they held close to their vests?

"Surveillance cameras at the concert caught Harrington getting turned away from several entrances as she tried to return to the conert".
http://abcnews.go.com/US/morgan-harrington-family-prays-justice-slain-virginia-tech-student/story?id=9701648&page=2

Also wanted to let everyone know that Blink from BOC will be on SM radio show tomorrow night.  I know Klaas will make the announcement tomorrow but I just thought I would mention it.
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« Reply #1315 on: February 01, 2010, 05:54:49 PM »

Hey Lovin' 
I found that interesting about the video footage. 
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« Reply #1316 on: February 01, 2010, 05:57:54 PM »


(L-R) Dan, Alex and Gil Harrington watch on as Kenny Jarels introduces the next speaker Photo by Daniel Lin / SPPS


The way she holds the candle.
 A Mothers intensity of thought on the light of the candle that she holds so carefully with her gentle small hands, knowing it is destined to burn slowly out. A mothers memories of a daughter taken from her by pure evil is beyond comprehension and always will be. Somebody may have found her body, somebody may investigate and see that the accused is arrested, somebody may convict and incarserate a convicted criminal.
Nobody can replace her daughter.

God Bless and help this family in this time of great hardship.

Edward
You said that so beautifully, that is what I've been thinking since I saw this picture, just couldn't put it into words. A mother's love  an angelic monkey


I will never forget this look in Morgan's Moms eyes.. so very sad.
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« Reply #1317 on: February 01, 2010, 06:06:52 PM »

http://www.wdbj7.com/Global/story.asp?S=11914613
February 1, 2010
Memorial mass set for Morgan Harrington
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      Morgan Harrington Funeral & Donation Information

One week after Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington's remains were found near Charlottesville, UVa has a message for its students, be careful.

A letter went out to the entire student body reminding them that college students are especially vulnerable and telling them not to walk alone or get into a car with anyone they don't know.

Harrington's remains were found at an Albemarle County farm last week, a cause of death and time of death is still being determined.

A memorial mass is set for Friday at St. Andrews Catholic Church in Roanoke at 3:30 p.m.

A reception to celebrate Morgan's life will be held afterward at the Hotel Roanoke.

Her father told News7's Jean Jadhon they'll never be able to have a wedding reception or graduation reception for their daughter, so they are holding this reception to celebrate her life.
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« Reply #1318 on: February 01, 2010, 07:02:09 PM »

http://www.wdbj7.com/Global/story.asp?S=11914613
February 1, 2010
Memorial mass set for Morgan Harrington
ASSOCIATED LINKS

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      Morgan Harrington Funeral & Donation Information

One week after Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington's remains were found near Charlottesville, UVa has a message for its students, be careful.

A letter went out to the entire student body reminding them that college students are especially vulnerable and telling them not to walk alone or get into a car with anyone they don't know.

Harrington's remains were found at an Albemarle County farm last week, a cause of death and time of death is still being determined.

A memorial mass is set for Friday at St. Andrews Catholic Church in Roanoke at 3:30 p.m.

A reception to celebrate Morgan's life will be held afterward at the Hotel Roanoke.

Her father told News7's Jean Jadhon they'll never be able to have a wedding reception or graduation reception for their daughter, so they are holding this reception to celebrate her life.
That is a wonderful idea, so sad.
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« Reply #1319 on: February 01, 2010, 07:08:08 PM »



Family reclaims remains of Morgan Harrington
by Brendan Fitzgerald, February 1st 02:51pm

In an entry posted yesterday on the website FindMorgan.com, Morgan Harrington's mother, Gil, wrote that the Harrington family reclaimed the "skeletonized remains" of Morgan yesterday.

"Who would ever have thought it would be mine to see every image of Morgan’s life – from her first faint shadows on fetal ultrasound to the gaping orbital hollows in her skull?" writes Gil Harrington. "An abomination to witness this ending." She adds that the Harringtons "can finally begin the hard work of grieving and growing strong as a triangulated family."

Tomorrow's issue of C-VILLE will feature an up-to-date account of the Harrington case so far. A call to Albemarle County Police regarding two reported assaults within miles of Anchorage Farm during weeks leading up to Harrington's discovery was not returned by the time the paper went to press; however, Lieutenant Todd Hopwood tells C-VILLE that arrests were made in both assault cases.

Thank you Trimm for the updates.
From the article, I presume Morgan's remains have been released to the family?
If that is the case, I hope we will soon find out the cause of death & any other information they can release.

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