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Morgan Harrington RIP - January 28, 2010, 05:29 PM

Very sad news, heard it on Elliot in the Morning. They found the poor girls body in a farm local to Tech, Thats very sad and i hope the pos that did this is caught and killed. From what i read she was a very good person and so pretty, its a shame tha tthis happened and my thoughts and prayers are with her family.
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I am very happy her family has closure to this and I hope this somehow helps them. To the POS that did this I hope you are reincarnated 10 billion times as a chicken headed to the Slim Jim factory and they don't put you out first.

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January 29, 2010, 10:30 AM

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Very sad news, heard it on Elliot in the Morning. They found the poor girls body in a farm local to Tech, Thats very sad and i hope the pos that did this is caught and killed. From what i read she was a very good person and so pretty, its a shame tha tthis happened and my thoughts and prayers are with her family.
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It was a farm local to UVA right off of RT. 29. VT's president, Charles Steger, released a statement the other day about all of this saying where the body was found and that it appeared to be her. Very sad indeed.


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Dayum. Sickos out there all the time.....people need to stick to their plans and stick with their friends. Hope the parents find those fackers before the fuzz does.
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Dayum. Sickos out there all the time.....people need to stick to their plans and stick with their friends. Hope the parents find those fackers before the fuzz does.
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