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Old August 22nd 17, 09:39 AM posted to ucb.math, alt.society.civil-liberty, ca.environment,alt.mountain-bike, rec.outdoors.national-parks
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Default Dreadlocked black animal seen on video with missing UVA wiggerstudent won't talk to police

When wigger white girls take up with blacks, bad things happen
to them. They get the **** beat out of them and they get dead.
But first they get drugged up, ****ed up, knocked up, and
sometimes cut up. While they are still alive.

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The man believed to be the last person seen with missing
University of Virginia student Hannah Graham is not answering
investigators' questions about her disappearance, and police
searched the suspect's home again on Monday, authorities said.

Charlottesville Police Chief Timothy Longo told Fox News that
Jesse Matthew voluntarily stopped by the department’s station on
Saturday with several family members, asked for and received an
attorney, and then sped off in a vehicle without revealing
anything about his encounter with 18-year-old Graham. The
student was last seen in the early morning on Sept. 13 in
Charlottesville.

Police sought to question Matthew after seeing him walking with
Graham on a surveillance tape the night she disappeared.

“He really didn’t share any information with us,” Longo told Fox
News. “There was discussion conversation – cordial discussion –
between him and the investigator, but nothing with respect to
Hannah or any encounters he had with Hannah, any words that were
exchanged or any time that he spent with her. Really no
information whatsoever.

"We knew no more about Hannah’s disappearance than we did the
second he walked into the door,” Longo added.

At the time, Longo said Matthew was free to walk out the
station’s door and police had no probable cause to arrest him.
But now, Matthew is being sought on arrest warrants charging him
with misdemeanor reckless driving.

“Investigators believe that Jesse was the last person to see
Hannah before she disappeared,” Longo said. “And look, Jesse, if
you weren’t, then come forward and tell us that. If you parted
ways with her, tell us that.”

Police returned to Matthew's apartment Monday with a new search
warrant, A Charlottesville city spokeswoman said.

Longo told The Associated Press that Matthew left the station in
a vehicle, driving at a high rate of speed that endangered other
drivers. He said Matthew was at the police station for about an
hour.

A Virginia State Police spokeswoman said in an email late Sunday
that State Police officers were conducing "surveillance" of the
vehicle at the time, but did not pursue Matthew.

Police said they have focused on Graham's movements the night of
Sept. 12 and into the early morning hours of Sept. 13. Graham, a
sophomore from northern Virginia, met friends at a restaurant
for dinner, stopped by two parties at off-campus housing units
and left the second party alone, police have said.

Surveillance videos showed her walking, and at some points
running, past a pub and a service station and then onto the
Downtown Mall, a seven-block pedestrian strip lined with shops
and restaurants.

"Somebody's gotta know where she is and we want to know who that
person or persons are," Longo said.

"I don't want to get tunnel vision just because we have a name,
just because we saw her with a particular person," he said.

Graham's parents appeared at the news conference and her father,
John Graham, appealed for anyone with any information to call a
police tip line.

"This is every parent's worst nightmare," John Graham said. "We
need to find out what happened to Hannah and make sure it
happens to no one else."

More than 1,000 volunteers participated in a weekend search for
Hannah Graham, according to authorities.

Graham's disappearance has sent a ripple of fear through the
quiet college town of Charlottesville. Students have said
they've begun walking in pairs at night and are paying closer
attention to their surroundings.

At least three other young women have disappeared in the area in
the last five years, though police have said they do not think
Graham's disappearance is linked to that of any of the other
missing women.

The university president, Teresa A. Sullivan, issued a statement
Sunday saying the university was committed to helping
authorities in the search for the missing woman and "return her
safely to her family."

"We are cooperating fully with law enforcement authorities as
they continue their investigation," the emailed statement said.

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to-question-in-disappearance-uva-student-is-not/
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