Morgan Harrington Case: Separating Fact From Fiction From Facebook Part II


Charlottesville, VA– Just passing the month mark, the disappearance of Morgan Harrington from the John Paul Jones Area located on the UVA campus, leaves us with more questions than answers. Part II

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Posted November 20, 2009 by
Crime, Missing Persons | 3 comments

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    3 Responses to “Morgan Harrington Case: Separating Fact From Fiction From Facebook Part II”

    1. Susan on November 20th, 2009 4:12 pm

      I know this is off topic, but did anyone hear Jose Baez’s interview this morning on the Today Show? Jose and another attorney said there is as much circumstantial evidence that Roy Kronk killed Caylee Anthony as there is on Casey. There have been so many questions left unanswered and too many pieces of the purzle missing from day one. There is no doubt that Casey killed Caylee, but I wouldn’t be a bit surprised if she had an accomplice.

      I’ve always thought Kronk was somehow involved with Caylee’s murder :-( Video below:

      Food for thought?

    2. A Texas Grandfather on November 20th, 2009 9:31 pm

      This appears to be a strange case.
      Based on the information that is available, it could be that Morgan never attended the concert. This means that her friends are withholding valuable information.
      If she was indeed drunk on alcohol or other drugs and could not make good decisions, then why did her friends allow her to go somewhere by herself. This reminds me of the friends of Natalee Holloway who so stupidly did not take charge when she was druged in Aruba.
      Young women are always at risk. There are predators out there just waiting for an opportunity to take advantage of a situation.

      This is why it is dangerous for any young woman to attend any function without someone being in charge to take care of them. In times past, society required chaparones for all young women and with good reason. The world was not a safe place in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and now in the late twentieth and and early twenty-first centuries, that danger has returned.

      It will indeed be a miracal if Morgan is found alive.

    3. Greg the Mongoose on November 20th, 2009 10:50 pm

      I agree with you Texas Grandfather. Susan, you should look at the front page of the National Enquirer. They have a witness of Caylee’s Anthony murder. I not sure how much credibility the Enquirer has on this case. But they have busted a few BIG stories in the past. My family thinks
      Casey has a IQ of 40.

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