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« Reply #60 on: July 13, 2010, 04:51:06 PM »

ODOM: It`s a pattern of escalating behavior, Nancy. If they`re not stopped from the very beginning, then you see this escalation and then it`s hard of course to stop at all. It can begin with something as easy as looking at pornography, child pornography and going on from there to the murder. So you have to stop them early.

GRACE: I guarantee you, Eleanor, he`s got things in his history, a criminal history, before that 2005 sex assault. It could be peeping tom. It could be an aggravated assault. There`s something this guy has got a record, I guarantee you.

It could be juvenile or not. This guy has got a record. Look at this composite. The perp six foot tall, medium build, black hair, beard, mustache, 2005 abduction and sex assault case in Fairfax. Forensic connection between that case and Morgan Harrington.
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« Reply #61 on: July 13, 2010, 09:49:24 PM »

Edward,the thoughts of Morgan suffering  like Anne Pressley is beyond horrifying.
I can not think of one reason for these monsters to be allowed to draw a breath. Makes me sick to my stomach to think what the world has lost in the deaths of these and many other innocent women.It has to stop.   
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« Reply #62 on: July 14, 2010, 02:45:29 PM »

http://www.wdbj7.com/news/wdbj7-story-morgan-harrington-update-071410,0,1351151.story
Leads dwindle after sketch released in Morgan Harrington case
State Police released person of interest sketch two weeks ago
Justin McLeod  Reporter

10:33 a.m. EDT, July 14, 2010

ROANOKE, Va —

State Police say leads are beginning to dwindle two weeks after they released a sketch of the person they think may have killed Morgan Harrington.

She is the Virginia Tech student who was killed after she went missing from a concert at U-V-A last October.

Investigators say evidence connects Harrington's case to the abduction and sexual assault of a woman in Fairfax five years ago.


State Police have received close to 75 tips from all over the country but the bulk are from Roanoke, Charlottesville, and Northern Virginia.

We're told yesterday State Police investigators met with Fairfax detectives in person for the first time to discuss the case.


State Police characterize the tips so far as significant.  Investigators remain busy checking out 
those leads.
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« Reply #63 on: July 15, 2010, 02:56:34 PM »

Edward,the thoughts of Morgan suffering  like Anne Pressley is beyond horrifying.
I can not think of one reason for these monsters to be allowed to draw a breath. Makes me sick to my stomach to think what the world has lost in the deaths of these and many other innocent women.It has to stop.   


That poor woman... Now Like You, I to even consider Morgan suffering the same.
It makes me very very angry inside..
Animals are better then these humans that commit these crimes.
Find him and put him to sleep.
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« Reply #64 on: July 16, 2010, 05:11:26 PM »

http://findmorgan.com/category/family-blog
Gil Harrington’s thoughts from July 16th, 2010
  On July - 16 - 2010ADD COMMENTS

Re-entry from our week at the beach has been hard. You can loose yourself in the vastness of the sea and drown the memories that fight for attention. Since returning we have all been on the skids, not sure exactly why. Could be that the cumulative grief load has finally grown into an incapacitating, crippling mass.

I have lost some of the emotional equilibrium that I had gathered and find myself again rapidly cycling several times a day. At moments I’m standing on a shaky platform of OK and then am seized by despair. Today’s trigger was walking into a store featuring back to school/decorate your dorm stuff. It took my breath away. Had to jettison my list and leave.

It’s not that I begrudge others the pleasure of this nesting and planning, rather its that it brings floods of memories of how Morgan and I planned and shopped to launch her into her “grown up” life at VT. Hopes and dreams for Morgan’s life were ended by a savage murder.

I watch young fresh faced girls and their mamas searching for the perfect set of sheets for college. My experience of that shared activity is tainted by my overlay, because my memory is of cutting Morgan’s perfect college sheets off her bed and bagging them as scent items for dogs. That thought cascade pulls me right back down again into the rabbit hole of WHY?
t’s a tough place we’ve been forced into, an ugly world of sadness /death/ DNA/ and murder. This is where Morgan’s death has taken us and so we must follow as well as we can. We are able to soldier on because  the love, support, and prayers of many holds us up. The past 9 months have been full of uncertainty and darkness but we seek to give birth to truth and to find answers, not for retribution but to protect the next girl. I’m not looking for satisfaction. What I’m after is safety, so that another precious life is not ended by this evil.

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« Reply #65 on: July 16, 2010, 07:57:24 PM »

http://findmorgan.com/category/upcoming-events
FRIDAY, JULY 23, 2010First Annual Morgan Harrington Memorial Golf Tournament

TIME:  1:00 P.M.

LOCATION: Hanging Rock Golf Club

The First Annual Morgan Harrington Memorial Golf Tournament will be held at the Hanging Rock Golf Club on Friday, July 23, 2010. Morgan was abducted from the University of Virginia on October 23, 2009 and her body was found in January26, 2010. Her murderer(s) remain at large. Proceeds will benefit one of Morgan’s favoriye charities, Orphan Medical Network International (OMNI). Morgan was student at Virginia Tech studying to be a teacher.


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« Reply #66 on: July 17, 2010, 08:16:51 AM »

 I go through my day, checking Scared Monkeys when I can....then, it catches my eye, and I catch my breath...the purple bracelet that I remove, only when I shower....a quick sharp pain that reminds me of a young girl that I never knew....but that reminds me of myself and every other young girl I have known.  I cannot do a thing, except remember a girl that should not have died....I have wondered what I can do....my 25 year old daughter, the one that looks like she could be Morgan's sister will be married in January....I will NOT remove the bracelet on that day....
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« Reply #67 on: July 17, 2010, 11:40:31 AM »

http://www.cvilledaily.com/index.php/2010/07/morgan-harrington-murder-unsolved-after-9-months/
Posted: 8:21 AM Jul 17, 2010

Morgan Harrington Murder Unsolved After 9 Months
Morgan Harrington's parents marked the 9-month mark since their daughter disappeared in Charlottesville and was later found murdered.
Email Address: newsplex@newsplex.com
July 17, 2010

Morgan Harrington disappeared while attending a concert at the University of Virginia on this day nine months ago. Her body was later found at a farm south of Charlottesville.
No one has been arrested in the case although police did release the sketch of a man they want to question. The sketch is based on the memories of a woman raped in Fairfax County, Virginia, in 2005. Police say forensic evidence links the two cases. Immediately after that sketch was publicized two weeks ago, the Virginia State Police reported receiving dozens of tips. They now say those calls are dwindling.
Harrington was a Virginia Tech student who came to Charlottesville to attend an Oct. 17th concert by the group Metallica at John Paul Jones Arena. Police say she was last seen on the Copeley Road Bridge near the arena. A memorial to her has been established there with photos, cards and candles.
Harrington's parents, Dan and Gil, are expected to come from their home in Roanoke to the memorial to mark the day.
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« Reply #68 on: July 18, 2010, 08:58:19 AM »

http://www2.dailyprogress.com/cdp/news/local/article/harringtons_suspect_2_were_involved_in_daughters_death/58293/
Harringtons suspect 2 were involved in daughter’s death
By Tasha Kates
Published: July 17, 2010
Updated: July 17, 2010
The parents of Morgan D. Harrington, the 20-year-old who vanished after a Metallica concert in Oc-tober, said Saturday that they believe two people were involved in their daughter’s disappearance.

Virginia State Police announced July 1 that forensic evidence shows a man who abducted and sexu-ally assaulted a woman in 2005 in Fairfax came into contact with Harrington. The man was never identified, and the Virginia Tech student’s body was discovered in January on a southern Albemarle County farm.

Dan Harrington, Morgan Harrington’s father, said it was unlikely that a person from outside the area would have just happened upon the pasture where she was found.

“How does a person from Northern Virginia know about 15th Street?” Dan Harrington asked. “It’s not a place you happen to find.”

Corinne Geller, state police spokeswoman, said earlier this month that authorities believe the per-son who left Morgan Harrington’s body had ties to Albemarle.

State police released a composite sketch of the Fairfax assailant, who is described as a black man with a medium build who is about 6 feet tall. At the time of the 2005 attack, he had black hair with a beard and mustache.
Geller said Saturday that the state police have received about 75 tips since the sketch was publi-cized.

Gil Harrington, Morgan Harrington’s mother, said that her conversations with state police have given her hope.

“I’m feeling from the language I hear that they are confident that given time, they will tighten this up and have a resolution,” she said.

The Harringtons were in town Saturday visiting their daughter’s memorial on Copeley Bridge, where she was last seen nine months earlier.
Morgan Harrington would have turned 21 on July 24. Gil Harrington said Saturday that the week leading up to her daughter’s birthday normally would have been filled with discussions on how to celebrate.

Dan Harrington said Saturday that the last few months have been tough for the family. The patri-arch said he closed the forum on http://www.findmorgan.com, the family’s Web site dedicated to their daugh-ter, because people were posting threats. Gil Harrington said the family has received much support and love from the community.

“Those things give you a lift,” Gil Harrington said.

However, the family is focused on keeping the investigation alive and raising awareness about what happened to their daughter. The Harringtons expressed concern that the person or persons involved in their daughter’s disappearance could be around the new crop of University of Virginia first-year stu-dents who will arrive next month.
What he thinks is ‘fresh blood,’” Gil Harrington said.

Anyone with information about this case should call Crimestoppers at 977-4000 or contact the state police at 352-3467 or via e-mail at bci-appomattox@vsp.virginia.gov. A reward of about $150,000 is being offered.
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« Reply #69 on: July 18, 2010, 06:29:22 PM »

  Something has been nagging at me since the description of the  DNA link and picture of the possible perp.  It may seem like a small thing.  But, I believe from the description that this is a professional man, or someone who is possibly wearing a uniform or combination of pieces of clothing considered appropriate for a certain job.  His sweater is described as a pullover with a zipper(not a sweatshirt).  That is not in style and has not been for a while, although it would not be unusual for a man in certain professions where a conservative look might be appropriate.  OR, I believe mail carriers still wear zippered sweaters as part of their uniforms, although the color would not be correct as his pants were said to be light colored and I wonder if they were khaki?  I believe it is likely that this man may well be leading two very different lives and may by outward appearances be the last person that would be suspected to have done something like this.
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« Reply #70 on: July 18, 2010, 01:59:57 PM »

  Something has been nagging at me since the description of the  DNA link and picture of the possible perp.  It may seem like a small thing.  But, I believe from the description that this is a professional man, or someone who is possibly wearing a uniform or combination of pieces of clothing considered appropriate for a certain job.  His sweater is described as a pullover with a zipper(not a sweatshirt).  That is not in style and has not been for a while, although it would not be unusual for a man in certain professions where a conservative look might be appropriate.  OR, I believe mail carriers still wear zippered sweaters as part of their uniforms, although the color would not be correct as his pants were said to be light colored and I wonder if they were khaki?  I believe it is likely that this man may well be leading two very different lives and may by outward appearances be the last person that would be suspected to have done something like this.

I agree with you.

This man does not look scruffy.  His beard and hair are neatly trimmed.  It looks like if yu put a suit and tie on him he could be any profession. 

And yet for all we know he could shave his head now, have no beard or just a soul patch....5 years is a long time.
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« Reply #71 on: July 19, 2010, 03:48:59 AM »

  Something has been nagging at me since the description of the  DNA link and picture of the possible perp.  It may seem like a small thing.  But, I believe from the description that this is a professional man, or someone who is possibly wearing a uniform or combination of pieces of clothing considered appropriate for a certain job.  His sweater is described as a pullover with a zipper(not a sweatshirt).  That is not in style and has not been for a while, although it would not be unusual for a man in certain professions where a conservative look might be appropriate.  OR, I believe mail carriers still wear zippered sweaters as part of their uniforms, although the color would not be correct as his pants were said to be light colored and I wonder if they were khaki?  I believe it is likely that this man may well be leading two very different lives and may by outward appearances be the last person that would be suspected to have done something like this.

I agree with you.

This man does not look scruffy.  His beard and hair are neatly trimmed.  It looks like if yu put a suit and tie on him he could be any profession. 

And yet for all we know he could shave his head now, have no beard or just a soul patch....5 years is a long time.

True, but this has made me really think outside of the box that I originally thought of.  I am thinking a professional man, quiet, someone you would never in your wildest dreams think of behaving this way.  Naturally very angry with women, POSSIBLY most especially white women....Your quiet neighbor next door, so to speak....thinking BTK here, which is not what I was originally thinking...
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« Reply #72 on: July 19, 2010, 07:53:30 PM »

Exactly.....so many perps look like they 'fit in', because they do! They are our neighbors, friends....and they are everywhere. Joe Blow at the barber shop....or even Ralph, who owns the damn shop.....they are in all of our everyday paths through life.
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« Reply #73 on: July 19, 2010, 01:52:15 PM »

http://www2.starexponent.com/cse/news/state_regional/article/harringtons_suspect_2_involved_in_daughters_death/60890/
Harringtons suspect 2 involved in daughter’s death
By Tasha Kates MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
Published: July 19, 2010
The parents of Morgan D. Harrington, the 20-year-old who vanished after a Metallica concert in October, said Saturday that they believe two people were involved in their daughter’s disappearance.

Virginia State Police announced July 1 that forensic evidence shows a man who abducted and sexually assaulted a woman in 2005 in Fairfax came into contact with Harrington. The man was never identified, and the Virginia Tech student’s body was discovered in January on a southern Albemarle County farm.

Dan Harrington, Morgan Harrington’s father, said it was unlikely that a person from outside the area would have just happened upon the pasture where she was found.

“How does a person from Northern Virginia know about 15th Street?“ Dan Harrington asked. “It’s not a place you happen to find.“

Corinne Geller, state police spokeswoman, said earlier this month that authorities believe the person who left Morgan Harrington’s body had ties to Albemarle. State police released a composite sketch of the Fairfax assailant, who is described as a black man with a medium build who is about 6 feet tall. At the time of the 2005 attack, he had black hair with a beard and mustache.

Geller said Saturday that the state police have received about 75 tips since the sketch was publicized.

Gil Harrington, Morgan Harrington’s mother, said that her conversations with state police have given her hope.

“I’m feeling from the language I hear that they are confident that given time, they will tighten this up and have a resolution,“ she said.

The Harringtons were in town Saturday visiting their daughter’s memorial on Copeley Bridge, where she was last seen nine months earlier.
Morgan Harrington would have turned 21 on July 24. Gil Harrington said Saturday that the week leading up to her daughter’s birthday normally would have been filled with discussions on how to celebrate.

Dan Harrington said Saturday that the last few months have been tough for the family. The patriarch said he closed the forum on http://www.findmorgan.com, the family’s Web site dedicated to their daughter, because people were posting threats. Gil Harrington said the family has received much support and love from the community.

“Those things give you a lift,“ Gil Harrington said.

However, the family is focused on keeping the investigation alive and raising awareness about what happened to their daughter. The Harringtons expressed concern that the person or persons involved in their daughter’s disappearance could be around the new crop of University of Virginia first-year students who will arrive next month.

“What he thinks is ‘fresh blood,‘“ Gil Harrington said.

Anyone with information about this case should call Crimestoppers at 977-4000 or contact the state police at 352-3467 or via e-mail at bci-appomattox@vsp.virginia.gov . A reward of about $150,000 is being offered.
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« Reply #74 on: July 20, 2010, 01:14:48 PM »

15th and Grady Charlottesville

This is where her shirt was found..

Also an assult took place close to this location.

Play with this image map and rive yourself to the intersection of 15th and Grady in Charlottesville.

You will see it is well populated..

http://www.spotcrime.com/crime/9043308-37e937fd56ed01cb607d8f3667d92d10
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« Reply #75 on: July 21, 2010, 07:24:06 AM »

http://www2.timesdispatch.com/news/2010/jul/21/HARR21-ar-321605/
Two involved in Harrington slaying, parents believe
Charlottesville, Va. --
By Tasha Kates  | MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
Published: July 21, 2010
CHARLOTTESVILLE -- The parents of Morgan D. Harrington, the 20-year-old Virginia Tech student who vanished during a Metallica concert in October, say they believe two people were involved in their daughter's disappearance.

Virginia State Police announced July 1 that forensic evidence shows that a man who abducted and sexually assaulted a woman in 2005 in Fairfax County came into contact with Harrington. The man was never identified, and Harrington's body was discovered in January on a farm in southern Albemarle County.

Harrington's father, Dan Harrington, said over the weekend that it was unlikely a person from outside the area would have just happened upon the pasture where she was found.

State police spokeswoman Corinne Geller said this month that authorities believe the person who left Harrington's body had ties to Albemarle.
State police released a composite sketch of the Fairfax assailant, who is described as a black man with a medium build who is about 6 feet tall. At the time of the 2005 attack, he had black hair with a beard and mustache.

Harrington would have turned 21 on July 24.
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« Reply #76 on: July 21, 2010, 12:13:58 PM »

Illegals often sleep in out of the way fields and along rivers.
How many Migrant workers does this farmer hire or any other farmers in the area ?

Any chicken ranches in the area ?
Why ?
Because chicken ranches are low budget operations that hire cheap labor. Illegals look for work in such places.

What kind of construction was going on near the Farm during that time ? Illegals look for work as Labor on construction sites.

Meat process factory.. Illegals seek labor work in such places.

Lettuce or other cheap produce.. Farm labor uses Illegal day payed labor to pick low dollar crops.

Ranch hands .. Illegal workers seek labor jobs in maintain of Horses and other farm animals.

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« Reply #77 on: July 21, 2010, 12:17:23 PM »

The area where the shirt was found has a lot of apartments. A illegal could be staying with somebody "renting a room" in any apartment for cheap.
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« Reply #78 on: July 21, 2010, 02:27:35 PM »

I don't often disagree with you, Edward, but I think I do this time.  And I know you are much more experienced than I.  I just do not think he fits that description.  If you look at the drawing and read the clothing description.  He had on light colored pants and a zippered sweater.   Seems well groomed and neatly attired.   Not your usual  farm worker...JMO
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« Reply #79 on: July 21, 2010, 02:44:31 PM »

http://www.wdbj7.com/news/wdbj7-story-morgan-harrington-memorial-golf-072110,0,7196536.story
Morgan Harrington Memorial Golf Tournament to leave legacy of education
Proceeds will help build school rooms in Africa
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5:50 a.m. EDT, July 21, 2010
SALEM, Va. —
Keeping Morgan Harrington's memory alive through charity and education - that's the mission of Friday's golf tournament at Hanging Rock.

Orphan Medical Network International, or OMNI, is building a three-room school in Zambia that will be named the "Morgan Harrington Educational Wing" in her honor.  Proceeds from Friday's first annual Morgan Harrington Memorial Golf Tournament will go toward that construction.

“It's a charity that her and her mom were very close to and volunteered for,” said Erin Cole, tournament chairperson.  “I think that it's really important to keep Morgan's memory alive.”

Cole went to high school and college with Harrington.  “I know that she would have done something like this for me if the roles were reversed."

The Morgan Harrington Memorial Golf Tournament will begin Friday at 1 p.m.

"This could be a great annual event,” Cole said.  “Golfers are more than happy to help out with a cause.  The community has been more than accepting and helpful. We have great sponsors, great prizes.  Everything that we wished could happen definitely happened with this tournament."

Proceeds are expected to be between $5,000-$7,000.

The golf tournament takes place the day before Harrington would have turned 21 years old.
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