Forensic Evidence Links Hannah Graham Suspect to Two Other Attacks #BringHannahHome

The story of missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham has attracted nationwide attention but really hits home here in Alexandria, Virginia, where the student attended high school.  Law enforcement officials have indicated that forensic evidence links suspect Jesse Matthews to the rape and murder of Morgan Harrington who was a student at Virginia Tech when she went missing in 2009. Her body was discovered on a farm three months later in 2010. This forensic news is a significant development as the FBI previously reported that DNA found in Morgan’s case also connected to an attack that occurred in 2005. Sources have also revealed that Jesse worked as a taxi cab driver at the time of Morgan’s disappearance, giving free rides to girls. Morgan was reportedly last seen hitching a ride after a music concert.

Morgan Harrington, Jesse Matthews and Hannah Graham

Pictured: Matthew was working as a taxi driver at the time of Morgan’s disappearance and would offer lifts for free to girls, according to a source with detailed knowledge of his past. A source told MailOnline: ‘LJ got in trouble with work because he would pull up in his cab alongside girls walking along and he would ask random girls'

Jesse Matthews working as a taxi driver.

 

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