Thursday, March 07, 2013
FBI SEEKING INFORMATION: On Black Male Rapist and Murder Suspect, Possible Serial Killer. The FBI is seeking information about a suspect in two known violent sexual attacks that led to one girl’s murder, Morgan Harrington, in Charlottesville, VA. The two ‘known’ attacks occurred with a 4 year gap in between, 2005 to 2009 (was this guy in jail?). The FBI has DNA from both attacks but obviously no known match in available databases, there is a composite sketch that the survivor of the 2005 attack has provided to the FBI, see above.
From Fairfax VA to Charlottesville, VA it is about 100 miles, Fairfax is near I-95 and Charlottesville is near I-64 both heavy interstate truck routes. Both victims in the attacks, in Fairfax (2005) and Morgan Harrington in Charlottesville (2009), were attacked out of doors, they were taken off the street, same MO as in about 15 other cases of missing or murdered petite blonde females;
Harrington was dressed that night in a black T-shirt with the word “Pantera” spelled out in tan letters and was wearing a distinctive Swarovski crystal necklace made of large crystal chain links, which investigators have yet to recover. Harrington’s “Pantera” T-shirt was found on November 11, 2009, in front of a row of apartments along 15th Street, NW near Grady Avenue in Charlottesville. Harrington’s skeletal remains were later discovered on January 26, 2010, in a remote field on an Albemarle County, Virginia farm along Route 29. A camera that Harrington had in her possession that night has never been recovered.
FBI Sexual Assault in Fairfax City, Virginia: On the evening of Saturday, September 24, 2005, a 26-year-old victim was walking home from the Giant Food Store located on the 3700 block of Jermantown Road in Fairfax City, Virginia. The suspect grabbed the victim from behind as she walked down Rock Garden Drive toward her residence. He then carried the victim to a grassy area behind a maintenance shed, where he sexually assaulted her. The suspect was last seen running from the area.