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« Reply #1660 on: April 02, 2010, 01:55:51 PM »

From what I have read and heard of the WBC the founders are family members and some hold law degrees believe it or not.  They know just how to walk the tightrope of the law.
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« Reply #1661 on: April 03, 2010, 12:46:55 PM »

I do not care or would even consider wasting one second on this ignorant church group.


What I would focus on are possible suspect personalities from what we do know.

Sports relative personality.. we already know some of these types were there.

Tradesman.. possible plumber or maintenance worker who had reason to be there...

Security .. Looking for that rouge personality that always wanted to be law enforcement but   just could not pass the testing... an anti social disorder who stays to himself.

Most of all with all the broken  bones.. and I have not seen how many or exactly what bones "yes it may matters" there is a scenario that fits depending on, that goes along with where the body was found.

This body was found at a little over 3 months missing and was already skeletal in snow like conditions ? that in itself is amazing.
So I continue to wonder about that.

We are not lost here.. believe it, we are narrowing it down. It will be up to LE to find and arrest.
It is like in Escondido.. we can find the guy and post his name or there names but LE has to be willing to read it and investigate it.

We could have an already convicted and registered S.O. that did this but the anger associated to breaking of bones is unusual. Statistically they murder for reason of not getting caught.
Many broken bones indicates sever anger.. WHY ?  Is he angry at himself because this happened again ? Is this the serial who has been on the loose for years ?

Did she make threat to expose him/them ? Is it some form of gang ?

Did she have enemy not yet exposed ?
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« Reply #1662 on: April 03, 2010, 07:09:19 PM »

http://www.nbc29.com/Global/story.asp?S=12252255
'Morgan's Warriors' Meet On Bridge
Posted: Apr 03, 2010 3:56 PM CDT
Updated: Apr 03, 2010 5:56 PM CDT

 A group calling themselves ‘Morgan's Warriors' are keeping alive the memory of murdered 20-year-old Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington.

About 20 members added painted rocks to the memorial at the Copeley Road Bridge in Charlottesville Saturday afternoon. Harrington disappeared in October following the Metallica concert nearby at the John Paul Jones Arena. Her body was found on an Albemarle County farm in January.

Morgan's Warriors hope to promote campus safety across the country. Member Jamie Waldrop says, "We're just trying to create an awareness of safety for girls who are walking alone and people who are out and about - especially after dark."

Morgan's Warriors member Elesa Binner says, Until justice is served, we're all going to stand together and continue to support one another, support the Harringtons, and continue to try and help them solve this mystery."

A new branch of the group called "Change" is working to create legislation regarding women's safety. No arrests have been made in Harrington's killing.

Reported by Kasey Hott

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« Reply #1663 on: April 03, 2010, 07:10:45 PM »

Edward,I wish we had answers too.   
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« Reply #1664 on: April 04, 2010, 02:32:03 PM »



Updated: 12:10 PM Apr 4, 2010
"Morgan's Warriors" Gather at Copeley Road Bridge

http://www.newsplex.com/home/headlines/89850317.html

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« Reply #1665 on: April 04, 2010, 08:39:29 PM »

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Prayers for the Harrington family.    an angelic monkey
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« Reply #1666 on: April 05, 2010, 12:54:42 AM »

Lots of broken bones can happen when run over by a vehicle.


What If ??
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« Reply #1667 on: April 05, 2010, 01:26:19 AM »

Besides for a vehicle hitting her for various reasons.. which really could have happened when I consider it.
She may have been drugged, not fully aware of her situation.. ??

anyways just a thought....hmm...no insurance..did not want to go to jail... out of the way placement..he knows the area well.. he may have grown up there.


I have information on personality disorders.. brought to you by a monkey, so what does that tell you ? 

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Most personality disordered people are prone to be angry. Their anger is always sudden, raging, frightening and without an apparent provocation by an outside agent. It would seem that people suffering from personality disorders are in a CONSTANT state of anger, which is effectively suppressed most of the time. It manifests itself only when the person's defences are down, incapacitated, or adversely affected by circumstances, inner or external. We have pointed at the psychodynamic source of this permanent, bottled-up anger, elsewhere in this book. In a nutshell, the patient was, usually, unable to express anger and direct it at "forbidden" targets in his early, formative years (his parents, in most cases). The anger, however, was a justified reaction to abuses and mistreatment. The patient was, therefore, left to nurture a sense of profound injustice and frustrated rage. Healthy people experience anger, but as a transitory state. This is what sets the personality disordered apart: their anger is always acute, permanently present, often suppressed or repressed. Healthy anger has an external inducing agent (a reason). It is directed at this agent (coherence).
 Pathological anger is neither coherent, not externally induced. It emanates from the inside and it is diffuse, directed at the "world" and at "injustice" in general. The patient does identify the IMMEDIATE cause of the anger. Still, upon closer scrutiny, the cause is likely to be found lacking and the anger excessive, disproportionate, incoherent. To refine the point: it might be more accurate to say that the personality disordered is expressing (and experiencing) TWO layers of anger, simultaneously and always. The first layer, the superficial anger, is indeed directed at an identified target, the alleged cause of the eruption. The second layer, however, is anger directed at himself. The patient is angry at himself for being unable to vent off normal anger, normally. He feels like a miscreant. He hates himself. This second layer of anger also comprises strong and easily identifiable elements of frustration, irritation and annoyance.

http://www.buzzle.com/editorials/6-2-2004-54962.asp

In short this could be the kind of personality LE or us should be looking for..
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by the way....
Virginia cold case files.. state S.O. registry..
http://sex-offender.vsp.virginia.gov/sor/

Missing children State of Virginia.
http://www.vsp.state.va.us/MissingChildren.shtm
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« Reply #1668 on: April 05, 2010, 01:47:20 AM »

Anger is a primitive, limbic emotion. Its excitatory components and patterns are shared with sexual excitation and with fear. It is cognition that guides our behaviour, aimed at avoiding harm and aversion or at minimising them. Our cognition is in charge of attaining certain kinds of mental gratification. An analysis of future values of the relief-gratification versus repercussions (reward to risk) ratio – can be obtained only through cognitive tools. Anger is provoked by aversive treatment, deliberately or unintentionally inflicted. Such treatment must violate either prevailing conventions regarding social interactions or some otherwise deeply ingrained sense of what is fair and what is just. The judgement of fairness or justice (namely, the appraisal of the extent of compliance with conventions of social exchange) – is also cognitive.

The angry person and the personality disordered both suffer from a cognitive deficit. They are unable to conceptualise, to design effective strategies and to execute them. They dedicate all their attention to the immediate and ignore the future consequences of their actions. In other words, their attention and information processing faculties are distorted, skewed in favour of the here and now, biased on both the intake and the output. Time is "relativistically dilated" – the present feels more protracted, "longer" than any future. Immediate facts and actions are judged more relevant and weighted more heavily than any remote aversive conditions. Anger impairs cognition.

The angry person is a worried person. The personality disordered is also excessively preoccupied with himself. Worry and anger are the cornerstones of the edifice of anxiety. This is where it all converges: people become angry because they are excessively concerned with bad things which might happen to them. Anger is a result of anxiety (or, when the anger is not acute, of fear).

The striking similarity between anger and personality disorders is the deterioration of the faculty of empathy. Angry people cannot empathise. Actually, "counter-empathy" develops in a state of acute anger. All mitigating circumstances related to the source of the anger – are taken as meaning to devalue and belittle the suffering of the angry person. His anger thus increases the more mitigating circumstances are brought to his attention. Judgement is altered by anger. Later provocative acts are judged to be more serious – just by "virtue" of their chronological position. All this is very typical of the personality disordered. An impairment of the empathic sensitivities is a prime symptom in many of them (in the Narcissistic, Antisocial, Schizoid and Schizotypal Personality Disordered, to mention but four).

http://www.buzzle.com/editorials/6-2-2004-54962.asp


Virginia state police Criminal records..

Criminal history record dissemination is governed by Section 19.2-389 of the Code of Virginia.

Requests for criminal record searches must be executed by the submission of a signed and notarized “Criminal Record Name Search” form SP-167. The instructions for the completion of this form are included with the document. This form can be viewed, downloaded and/or printed by visiting the Virginia State Police Forms page.

Examples of entities/individuals eligible to use this form are:

•Individuals
•General Public
•Private Companies
http://www.vsp.state.va.us/CJIS_Criminal_Record_Check.shtm
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« Reply #1669 on: April 05, 2010, 11:50:21 AM »

http://findmorgan.com/category/family-blog
Gil Harrington’s thoughts as she leaves for Zambia on April 5th, 2010
On April - 5 - 2010ADD COMMENTS

Dear Friends,

I am in the starting blocks for departure to Africa to care for the impoverished people in the deep bush of Zambia. It is always difficult to leave my home and family, but I know that this work is mine to do.

I regret that turmoil and controversy are threatening my family and our community during my absence. I know you are strong enough and I know Dan is strong enough to meet this challenge to our core value of goodness and positive forward motion.

Strength is developed by caring heavy weights. This is just one more to shoulder and use to enhance our collective muscle mass.

If, (God willing) we have electricity, I will continue to blog from Zambia when ever possible to update you on our clinic work and the groundbreaking of the Morgan Harrington educational wing at OMNI Village, Ndola.

Thank all or you for holding us up. The journey continues to difficult, but our path is secure with so many pointing the way.

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« Reply #1670 on: April 05, 2010, 08:53:44 PM »

Does one or both of the Harrington parents teach at virginia tech ?




Mom headed off to Zambia may work out good for her own mental health.
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« Reply #1671 on: April 06, 2010, 07:22:58 AM »

http://www.c-ville.com/index.php?cat=141404064432695&ShowArticle_ID=11800504102696705
Issue #22.14 :: 04/06/2010 - 04/12/2010
UVA changes JPJ door policy after Morgan

Enhanced training and vigilance for arena staff

BY DAN FRIEDMAN

The John Paul Jones Arena, an entertainment venue owned by the Commonwealth of Virginia, deals with questions concerning revenue, ticket sales during an economic downturn, and whether Lady Gaga could fill its seats to capacity if she brought her act to Charlottesville. Now, arena staff may be acknowledging that public safety is an even higher mission.
Five months after the abduction and murder of Morgan Harrington, the University of Virginia has announced several significant changes to its controversial re-entry policy at the John Paul Jones Arena (JPJ), and to its procedures at JPJ for the overall supervision of crowds and event attendees. The changes include re-training arena staff to be on careful lookout for patrons injured or in distress, requiring arena staff to notify a manager in the event that an impaired patron attempts to leave the building, and calling on University Police to assist if there is heightened concern about the health or safety of any individual.

JPJ staff will now be “on a higher alert for patrons in distress and not take anything for granted,” according to Carol Wood, assistant vice president for public affairs at UVA.

These important safety and security enhancements might have saved the life of 20-year-old Morgan Harrington, and may well save the next young person who requires emergency medical assistance at a future JPJ event.

The no-re-entry policy remains in force—if in name only. The new plan appears designed specifically to detect and assist a young person in distress like Harrington, who eventually wandered from the arena during the Metallica show and whose remains were discovered on January 23.

These changes in safety policy at JPJ were created by a committee of UVA administrators, University Police and JPJ officials that had “several meetings” since Harrington’s abduction
according to a separate statement issued by Wood.

That UVA announcement came on the heels of a press conference held outside the arena on March 17 by Dan and Gil Harrington, her parents, who continue to scrutinize the events that took place in and around the arena on the night of their daughter’s abduction.

“What I don’t understand,” Dan Harrington said, “are the reports of Morgan as she was leaving the building bleeding, and [her making] multiple attempts to get back into the building, yet no one attended to her.

“Is security any different now,” he asked, “than it was five months ago?”

With its announced changes, UVA and JPJ can finally answer that question with “yes.”

“Morgan Harrington’s...death hit the University community hard,” Carol Wood wrote in an e-mail. “We understand that young women are particularly vulnerable.”

JPJ has “reinforced the training that staff previously received making them acutely aware of being on the alert for patrons who are injured or in distress,” Wood wrote. “Everyone who works the venue [must] be on heightened alert to their surroundings, and the behavior of individuals they encounter… We want event staff to take responsibility to make a quick judgment when they observe something… Even when in doubt, better bring it to a manager…and not to hesitate to alert police if they [have] concerns.”

Due to the ongoing police investigation, Wood would not comment on the existence of surveillance video of Harrington inside or outside the arena on the night of October 17, 2009.

C-VILLE welcomes news tips from readers. Send them to news@c-ville.com.
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« Reply #1672 on: April 06, 2010, 07:30:38 AM »

Does one or both of the Harrington parents teach at virginia tech ?




Mom headed off to Zambia may work out good for her own mental health.
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Gil Harrington is a nurse.I think this trip may be good for her too.   an angelic monkey
Dan Harrington is Carilion Clinic's vice president for academic affairs.
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« Reply #1673 on: April 07, 2010, 07:52:28 AM »

http://www.nbc29.com/Global/story.asp?S=12265678
JPJ Reinforces Security Policy
Posted: Apr 06, 2010 3:55 PM CDT Updated: Apr 06, 2010 4:14 PM CDT
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        JPJ Reinforces Security Policy

In light of Morgan Harrington's disappearance, and her murder, the University Of Virginia is responding to questions about security at John Paul Jones Arena.

UVA has made a few significant changes to security policies at the arena, including re-training staff to be on the lookout for people who appear hurt or in distress.

The new policy also requires staff to call a manager if they notice an impaired person attempting to leave the building, and to call university police if they're concerned about the health or safety of anyone inside. This is an attempt to seek out a people who may be in trouble, and to help them. It's an effort to prevent the same thing from happening to another young person that happened to Morgan Harrington.

The no re-entry policy at the John Paul Jones Arena is still in place. The University will not elaborate as to whether they're thinking of changing that.
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« Reply #1674 on: April 07, 2010, 07:57:14 AM »

http://www2.wsls.com/sls/news/local/article/john_paul_jones_arena_changes_procedures_in_light_of_morgan_harrington_situ/91627/
John Paul Jones Arena changes procedures in light of Morgan Harrington situation
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The university has told employees at the John Paul Jones Arena to allow people who are in distress re-entry after leaving the building.
In the wake of the Morgan Harrington situation, UVA has changed its re-entry policy at the John Paul Jones Arena, something Harrington’s father suggested several weeks ago.

  The university has told arena employees to allow for reentry if anyone is showing signs of distress.

  State police said Harrington was cut on the chin after falling at a Metallica concert last fall.

  Since she left the building during the show, policy at that time directed employees not to allow her back inside.

  A farmer found Harrington’s remains on his Albemarle County property in late January, about five miles from the UVA campus.

  “In this whole situation with Morgan, if one thing had been different we would have a live daughter today,“ Dan Harrington said during an interview Tuesday.

  Harrington said he did not blame the university or the arena.

  “That’s not taking away Morgan’s responsibility and the decisions she made,“ he said.  “She certainly was an adult.  I wish she had made some different decisions and I wish other people had made different decisions too.“

  Harrington hopes the policy change will be the one thing that might save another person from getting hurt.
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« Reply #1675 on: April 07, 2010, 01:42:07 PM »

http://www.c-ville.com/index.php?cat=1991704080566501&act=post&pid=12030704103073794
   
This Just In
by C-VILLE Writers
Liz Seccuro, Dan Harrington help UVA students Take Back the Night
by Brendan Fitzgerald, April 7th 09:54am

Tomorrow night, local residents and members of the University of Virginia community will take part in the annual Take Back the Night rally and march, to encourage the awareness and prevention of sexual violence. The rally, which begins at 5pm at Washington Park, will feature speeches by Dan Harrington, father of murdered Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington, as well as Liz Seccuro, who was sexually assaulted in 1984 while a student at the University of Virginia.

Harrington will speak at 6pm, and Seccuro at 6:25pm. In an e-mail, Harrington said that Take Back the Night "raises awareness of violence against women, shares resources available locally, and gives individuals tools to help create positive change."

More details on the event are available at the Take Back the Night blog.http://takebackthenightuva.blogspot.com/
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« Reply #1676 on: April 07, 2010, 01:44:21 PM »

http://www.nbc29.com/Global/story.asp?S=12265678
JPJ Reinforces Security Policy
Posted: Apr 06, 2010 3:55 PM CDT Updated: Apr 07, 2010 10:16 AM CDT
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        JPJ Reinforces Security Policy

In light of Morgan Harrington's disappearance, and her murder, the University of Virginia is responding to questions about security at John Paul Jones Arena.

UVA has made a few significant changes to security policies at the arena, including re-training staff to be on the lookout for people who appear hurt or in distress.

The new policy also requires staff to call a manager if they notice an impaired person attempting to leave the building, and to call university police if they're concerned about the health or safety of anyone inside. This is an attempt to seek out a people who may be in trouble, and to help them. It's an effort to prevent the same thing from happening to another young person that happened to Morgan Harrington.

The no re-entry policy at the John Paul Jones Arena is still in place. The university will not elaborate as to whether they're thinking of changing that.
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« Reply #1677 on: April 07, 2010, 07:35:47 PM »

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Gil Harrington’s thoughts from April 7th, 2010
My perspective as the wound care nurse with OMNI in Zambia is different. I am always looking down at feet and by doing so bring incredibly lifted up.


OMNI Reverie

Squatting in the dust

the pose I must

take

to make

my way through, this dark forest.

The wounds I tend,

skin I try to mend,

on all the limbs

of hers and hims.

Catching only glimpses of the faces.

my task’s in other places.

It’s the feet I know so well.

The stories the toes can tell.

Ceaseless work since he was born

turned this farmer’s soles to horn.

Scrawny, birdlike children’s feet,

so spare of flesh,

so little to eat.

The blazing joy

in this boy

as I put

his bandaged foot

in its first shoe.

Who knew

the good we could do?

Soak and clean

coating legs with Vaseline

under African sun.

My kind of fun.

The heart sings.

What pleasure service brings.

Axe wounds and ulcers,

scrapes and burns obscene,

these are the feet I tend and clean.

And with each wound I bind,

I find,

and do amaze,

that healing flows both ways.

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G.M. Harrington 2009
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« Reply #1678 on: April 08, 2010, 01:32:41 PM »

http://www.nbc12.com/Global/story.asp?S=12275532

Morgan Harrington's father to speak at event
Posted: Apr 08, 2010 7:21 AM EDT
Updated: Apr 08, 2010 7:21 AM EDT

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (WWBT)--The father of murdered Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington is expected to be in Charlottesville on Thursday.

Dan Harrington is one of several speakers at a "Take Back the Night Event."

It's happening tonight at 5 p.m.  in Washington Park.

Morgan Harrington's skeletal remains were found on an Albemarle farm in late January after she went missing from a Metallica concert in Charlottesville.

There have been no arrests in the case.


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« Reply #1679 on: April 08, 2010, 04:59:32 PM »

http://www.nbc29.com/Global/story.asp?S=12279149
Charlottesville Residents 'Take Back The Night'
Posted: Apr 08, 2010 3:14 PM CDT Updated: Apr 08, 2010 3:15 PM CDT
Dozens of people are coming together in Charlottesville Thursday evening to "Take Back The Night". The march and rally are designed to tackle violence in the city.

The event begins at 5:00 pm at Charlottesville's  Washington Park where a night's worth of events are planned to combat violence against women.

University Of Virginia alumnus and rape survivor Liz Securro will talk about her experiences. She'll also share what it was like to see her rapist prosecuted 20 years after the attack.

Morgan Harrington's father Dan will also be on hand to talk about the loss of his daughter. Marchers will then head to the UVA Amphitheater for a vigil and for victims of violence to share their stories.   

Take Back The Night events have been taking place across the country for more than 30 years. Thursday's events are free and open to the public, and will run on grounds until 10:00 pm.
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