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Johanna Justin-Jinich murder 5/6/2009 Middleton, CT *Stephen Morgan shot and killed Wesleyan University student in a bookstore, found not guilty by reason of insanity*

ADDITION Wesleyan Shooting
Johanna Justin-Jinich

Find-A-Grave: Johanna Justin Jinich
Remembering Johanna Justin-Jinich ’10
Following the Wesleyan Murder Online
Wesleyan slaying suspect due in Conn. court Friday
From Prep School to Murder Suspect at Wesleyan
Notebook: ‘Kill Johanna. She must Die’
Heartbreak turned into evil co-ed ‘killer’
Bail Raised To $15 Million For Suspect In Wesleyan Shooting
Anti-Stalking Lessons In Wesleyan Case?
Suspect’s journal: ‘It’s OK to kill Jews’
Local police captain, state police detectives testify

stephens in bookstore
Stephen Morgan in the bookstore

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One Response

  1. Several years ago I was stalked for over two years by a manager where I worked. I was married and had 3 children. It was terrifying, confusing and caused me a lot of emotional pain. I would eventually seek legal recourse. At the time this occurred it was very difficult to get much support. Basically my stalker had to threaten to kill me in front of someone else before I could prosecute, (he was too smart for that). Often women don’t know where to get support for this and blame themselves for somehow getting themself into a situation. I know, it happened to me.

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