Slain Va. student Harrington's bones were shattered, parents say
The parents of Morgan Harrington say the slain Virginia Tech student's bones were shattered.
Dan and Gil Harrington held a news conference Wednesday in Charlottesville. Gil Harrington said she believes whoever killed her daughter caused the damage to the bones.
Morgan Harrington's remains were found on an Albemarle County farm Jan. 26, more than three months after the 20-year-old disappeared from a rock concert at the University of Virginia.
Virginia State Police spokeswoman Corinne Geller declined to comment Wednesday on the state of the remains.
Geller says there are no suspects but police continue to receive leads.
The cause of death hasn't been released.
-- The Daily Progress
Washington Post Editors
March 18, 2010; 8:06 AM ET
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