Morgan Harrington Case: Separating Fact From Fiction Part I


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.

Read the rest at Blink on Crime:

Posted November 20, 2009 by
Crime, Missing Persons | 2 comments

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    2 Responses to “Morgan Harrington Case: Separating Fact From Fiction Part I”

    1. questioner on November 20th, 2009 11:00 am

      Blink, I’ve found the information about the cage and the purse very interesting. In reading that for the first time I thought, well, the purse could have been found in the Lannigan Field lot and then delivered to the cage and turned in there, but the more I thought about it, the less sense it made to me. I would have given that in any case, the report would have included finding the purse in the Lannigan Field lot, and as we know it didn’t. I’m talking about the origional police report.

    2. Brenda in Virginia on November 20th, 2009 1:22 pm

      Local news says the purse and cell were found by a “passerby” and turned into police. Cell had no battery in it. Local news has said zero about any “cage”.

      I don’t go onto Blink, so if you can expound on the cage, I’d appreciate it. I think since Morgan’s dad works DIRECTLY across the street from me and this is huge local news…we’d have heard tell about some cage by now.

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