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Posted at 7:45 AM ET, 05/ 7/2010

Friend: Huguely 'obsessive' about Love

By Washington Post editors

A friend of George Huguely who played lacrosse with with him in Landon School summer leagues told the New York Daily News that Huguely "partied really hard and when he was drunk or [expletive] up, he could be violent. He would get out of control."

Huguely, accused of the violent murder of his former girlfriend Yeardley Love, who played on the women's lacrosse team at the University of Virginia, was described by the summer league teammate as "obsessive," constantly texting Love to the point that people close to her worried about the relationship.

The Daily News reported that a former Virginia student who was friends with both Love and Huguely described a disturbing incident in which Huguely recently reportedly attacked Love, then had no recollection of it the next day, which precipitated their final breakup. "He was really messed up and punched a window of a car on the way over to her apartment that night," the friend said, speaking on the condition of anonymity out of consideration for Love's family. The friend said Huguely had been seen breaking bottles at another party before Love's death and had told people he was going to her apartment to get Love back.

U-Va. reawakens after Yeardley Love memorial

By Washington Post editors  | May 7, 2010; 7:45 AM ET
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"The friend said Huguely had been seen breaking bottles at another party before Love's death and had told people he was going to her apartment to get Love back."

This is the moment in which a partner who has broken off a relationship is in critical danger.

It is hard to read the above quote and not ask, "Why didn't anyone intervene to stop him? Why didn't someone alert authorities to Yeardley's danger?"

It's time to ask, on every college campus and in every municipality: how can young people be educated about the SIGNS of danger from intimate partner violence? And how can all of us make available the resources that young people KNOW about: so that signs of potential danger can be safely and reliably reported and addressed?

Yeardley would want to save others' lives.

If you feel that you, or someone you know, faces danger, CALL SOMEONE. Call 911. Or call the National Teen Dating Abuse Hotline at 1-866-331-9474 (1-866-331-8453 TTY).


Posted by: JenniferA11 | May 7, 2010 8:31 AM | Report abuse

Wow. WHAT A MOVIE! One morning the boy wakes up and he is a preppy, wealthy, athletic demigod and the next morning he wakes up and he is peicing together what happened to him. The rest of his life in prison will be sickening and heartwrenching. EVERY SINGLE CHILD IN AMERICA SHOULD SEE THIS "MOVIE" BEFORE COLLEGE!

Posted by: marylandmymaryland1 | May 7, 2010 9:46 AM | Report abuse

my god, put this monster's mother and father in jail too --- they're equally guilty

Posted by: bestmick1 | May 7, 2010 10:15 AM | Report abuse

JenniferA11 is exactly right. There is still a lack of awareness of the signs i.e. red flags that point to an abusive, possibly even sociopathic personality.

Punching objects, obsessiveness, possessiveness...is typical behavior of these types of personalities and it's exactly because are relentless and persuasive that it is sometimes difficult for their partners to leave them. Not only should people be made aware about these and other traits, they should be informed about the safest way to break off the relationship because that is exactly when the abuser is likely to become totally unhinged.

I consider myself fortunate to have broken off just such a relationship but amazingly there have been increasing indications that he is still stalking me. Amazing because it has been 13 years since then!

My heart goes out to Yeardley's family and friends.

Posted by: lexi757 | May 7, 2010 10:16 AM | Report abuse

His buddies knew how he acted - they are going to have to live with the guilt of that as well.

Posted by: smm4c2000 | May 7, 2010 10:22 AM | Report abuse

I agree with JenniferA11, but I also say that this friend should have stepped up. To many times were of things after the fact instead of hearing about people stepping up and stopping the situation. This young man needed intervention long ago or better yet a good d#@m smack up side the head.

Posted by: rlee4033 | May 7, 2010 10:29 AM | Report abuse

How is it that this WHITE boy was not ARRESTED for threatening to KILL a police officer?

Now someone is dead.

And to think WHITE folks want the world to believe discrimination does not exist.

Had that been a person of color threatening a police officer they would have gotten a beat down and put under the jail.

Now, because of protecting their own, a young beautiful person is dead.

Little too late for law enforcement to apply the law of the land equally to ALL its citizens.

Posted by: K2007 | May 7, 2010 10:30 AM | Report abuse

Huguely's lawyers are going to use alchohol as an excuse in search of a lighther sentence. They'll claim he has a disease and is a victim too. Rather sickening.

Posted by: je121819 | May 7, 2010 10:32 AM | Report abuse

K2007 get's the moron of the day award, you're beneath contempt.

Posted by: je121819 | May 7, 2010 10:34 AM | Report abuse

Sounds like a raging alcoholic to me. What a shame his so called buddies did not have the gonads to tell anyone with some authority. Two lives are lost because no one spoke up or confronted this kid about his drinking. So many red flags where waving but people probally thought oh he'll be alright just let him be. They should fire Littlepage the lax coach and who ever else had their hands in this dirty pot of sh*t.

Posted by: efdelaney | May 7, 2010 10:42 AM | Report abuse

How did this become about race? The incident is disturbingly tragic, and its unfortunate that there are those who will use it to advance their own agenda.

Posted by: AJ1980 | May 7, 2010 10:42 AM | Report abuse

You have a point K2007.

Posted by: rlee4033 | May 7, 2010 10:44 AM | Report abuse

marylandmymaryland1 wrote:
...preppy, wealthy, athletic demigod...
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I think perhaps you have seen one too many movies. This overfed, bilious, squat, "lacrosse" player was hardly an athletic demigod. This is not Drew Brees or Tom Brady.

I too think his parents must have known something. One wonders if there is a history of abuse, addiction and alcoholism in the family. This kid had a record of this kind of behavior the totality of which could only have been known by the parents, if they could remember it. I guess that will come out in the civil phase.

Although the liquor lobby needs to answer for the way booze is pushed on college students I think it is difficult to blame the friends. So often it is difficult to judge a situation and know what to do. It is easy to judge in retrospect.

Posted by: JackStar | May 7, 2010 10:52 AM | Report abuse

he WAS arrested for the incident in Lexington.

Posted by: 50710va | May 7, 2010 11:01 AM | Report abuse

My daughter starts college in the fall and i swear if anyone harm's a hair on her head.................................well you can get my cell ready and don't waste the taxpayers money on a trial.

Posted by: dargregmag | May 7, 2010 11:07 AM | Report abuse

K2007 - you are so right! all white people are complicit in this girl's death and should be equally accountable!

white athletes are the only ones i have ever seen given special treatment by school officials and law enforcement!

Posted by: funkey | May 7, 2010 11:11 AM | Report abuse

I believe due to the high-profile nature of this case, along with the past of the accused, that the commonwealth attorney will ask for the death penalty.

A trial will ensue.

He won't get the death penalty but will get life in prison. I don't see a situation where he gets off without any jail time.

I blame the parents of this man. George Huguely, Sr. and Marta Murphy you are the only ones to blame for this crime.

Why you ask?

For the past 4 years the accused has had legal problems and altercations with the police. It came to the point that his own father filed physical abuse charges against him.

If they were responsible parents they should have gotten him anger management and alcohol addiction help the first time it happened. If he didn't make progress he should have been removed from UVA. It is here where UVA also dropped the ball. They should have put him on suspension based on this and most certainly removed him from the team. Perhaps the threat of not playing would have been enough to keep him in line, thus preventing this crime.

I would not be surprised if the Huguely business suffered losses due to this. What company or person would want to support a company whose proceeds indirectly supported the defense of a man suspected of killing an innocent girl. Not many I would hope.

Posted by: ARParr82 | May 7, 2010 11:29 AM | Report abuse

"How is it that this WHITE boy was not ARRESTED for threatening to KILL a police officer?"

Excuse me, K2007, but Huegely was arrested, and tasered, for threatening that police officer.

You should get your facts straight before you make a racial issue out of a case of domestic violence. This is not about black and white; this is social problem that effects people of all colors, all over the world. No one is immune to it, which is the trajic point of this story.

And you're right. Racial ignorance certainly does still exist--your comments are proof of it.

Posted by: FbAller | May 7, 2010 11:32 AM | Report abuse

This "white folk" completely agrees that discrimination exists. Especially in the justice system.

And I agree that college and high school students should be educated about the signs of abuse and obsessive personality types.

I also don't think it's any coincidence that this kid grew up in all-boys schools and now has no respect for women.

Posted by: nodoubt178 | May 7, 2010 11:35 AM | Report abuse

It's easy to point fingers. George Huguely V admits that he killed Yeardley Love, although his claim that he did so by accident will be tested. It's easy to find explanations: Privileged lacrosse player big man on campus couldn't take no for an answer. Pretty girl overlooked boyfriend's faults because she believed she could change him--or he'd change for her. Big man on campus is known to have anger problems when drinking, so his frat brothers and teammates look out for him. There are others.
The real reason, though, is that students no longer live on campuses. This allows colleges to admit more students and collect tuition and fees without capital outlay for new dorms. And it's what the students want. Some haven't gotten much supervision at home and certainly don't want it at school. Some would find institutional rules on such things as drinking and visiting people of the opposite sex to be stricter than what they knew at home. And parents acquiesce because living away from home is such valuable experience.
The result, however, is that young people--teenagers and little more, culturally, than teenagers--live without adult supervision, free to "experiment" in whatever ways they like. I didn't know Yeardley Love; she seems to have been a great kid. If she had had to deal with some of the stuff that girls had to do in college--sign in male visitors, sign out for dates, make curfew, not entertain men in their rooms--she might have hated it as girls did when I was in college. But she might have been alive.

Posted by: jlhare1 | May 7, 2010 11:40 AM | Report abuse

K2007 - He was arrested when he threatened the police officer. She used a stun gun on him and arrested him. This has nothing to do with race other than you think everyone is out to get the black man. "White folks want the world to believe discrimination does not exist", I don't remember making you the official spokes person for what white people want others to believe. If you can make the generalization that all white people believe that then I get to make the generalization that all BLACK people want other to believe they are criminals that destroy our inner cities, I've read a few stories and seen news coverage to the effect so it must be true of all BLACK people, right???

Put your race card back in your wallet, this was a white on white crime so your going to have to save that card for another hand.

Posted by: Chris751 | May 7, 2010 11:42 AM | Report abuse

nodoubt178, you did understand my comment: This is NOT a case of racial discrimination. Though both of the people involved came from priveledge, there have been no facts presented to suggest that Huguely has not and will not be persecuted to the full extent of the law.

If I'm wrong, please point me to portion of this case where racial discrimination has been a contributing factor. If you can't, you might want to check your own biased racial belief system.

Posted by: FbAller | May 7, 2010 11:56 AM | Report abuse

Guess his sex toy didn't want to be his punching bag during his drunken temper tantrums...Shame on his 'friends" for not seeing him as the monster he is and intervening before he murdered someone...just like he threatened to kill the cop when he was arrested in Lexington...Warning signs every where with this piece of sh^t!

Posted by: lsf07 | May 7, 2010 11:59 AM | Report abuse

Every thing is clearer in hindsight. You can't blame this friend posthumously. Most people do not involve themselves in others relationship's to such a degree. For this friend to understand all this he had to know details that were almost intimate between the two to know to protect Love.

At that point, the friend has no idea this guy is abusive or that violent. honestly, most guys don't want to be bothered knowing he's still going to be dumped. He knows Love has broken up with him, and she took action. Most friends accept that and move on.

Posted by: oknow1 | May 7, 2010 12:08 PM | Report abuse

Little too late for law enforcement to apply the law of the land equally to ALL its citizens.

Posted by: K2007 ...

says who? you?!?

Posted by: mloaks | May 7, 2010 12:09 PM | Report abuse

Let him be judged. Even private prep-schooled rich kids should be held accountable for their actions.

My heart goes out to the victim's family. No one should have to endure such a senseless and terrible loss of a loved one.

I have a feeling Mr Preppy Party Boy will have a real fun time in that great social equalizer called state prison. I doubt he will last long.

Posted by: CharlieM57 | May 7, 2010 12:17 PM | Report abuse

@bestmick1 - I would caution against throwing Huguely's parents in with him for two reasons:
1) That absolves him of some of the responsibility for his actions - he is a 22 year old grown man
2) You have no reason besides an emotional response to the horror of the situation to indict parenting at all
3) He was away in college. Parents are unaware of everything that does on at school with their children (both good and bad). If the family was intimately aware of the issues alleged in some of these articles, some negligence on their part might be inferred... But even then, Huguely is still 22 years old and an adult, his parents are not culpable.

There is nothing defensible about Huguely's actions in Love's death, but assigning blame elsewhere in this case is irresponsible. A 22 year old grown man committing a murder should fall squarely on his shoulders.

Some negligence on the part of his/her/their friends may exist (some stuff coming forward would seem to indicate so), and the resultant feelings of guilt are probably weighing extraordinarily heavy on a lot of people right now, but they did not kill Yeardley.

Acknowledging that your friend has the potential for such heinous behavior is difficult to do, and sadly, a lot of people in this case may simply have been unwilling to read the writing on the wall. That being said, they are victims in this as well, not accomplices, and the guilt they must be feeling on the could have/should have/would have front is punishment enough without condemning them as having a hand in the murder.

Posted by: lebogere | May 7, 2010 12:47 PM | Report abuse

I've tried to step in many times to warn of the dangers of young girls driving their car through parking lots at high speeds with their ear glued to their cell phones. But nobody cares.

Posted by: DrakeMak | May 7, 2010 12:50 PM | Report abuse

"This young man needed intervention long ago or better yet a good d#@m smack up side the head."
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A good damn smack up side the head", NO!--an a.s.s kicking; hell yeah!!!

Posted by: Beingsensible | May 7, 2010 12:53 PM | Report abuse

"This young man needed intervention long ago or better yet a good d#@m smack up side the head."
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A good damn smack up side the head", NO!--an a.s.s kicking; hell yeah!!! He's been an accident waiting to happen all his life.

Posted by: Beingsensible | May 7, 2010 12:54 PM | Report abuse

I've taught college for over twenty years, and the worst sin is the cosmology of the Millenials is to get a fellow Millenial in trouble. The friends, in their own less than fully developed minds, did the right thing.

Posted by: jlhare1 | May 7, 2010 1:12 PM | Report abuse

How did this become about race? The incident is disturbingly tragic, and its unfortunate that there are those who will use it to advance their own agenda.

Posted by: AJ1980
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My point exactly whenever there is an article in the WAPO about a crime relating to a Black youth. It usually contains 10-20 pages of racist comments ranging from the person's parents to the entire Black race as a whole. I love it when we get selective amnesia on these comments when the murderer is a White person. I agree with you, this shouldn't be about race, but it usually is when the subject is a crime committed by a Black person.

Posted by: Beingsensible | May 7, 2010 1:14 PM | Report abuse

I would not be surprised if the Huguely business suffered losses due to this. What company or person would want to support a company whose proceeds indirectly supported the defense of a man suspected of killing an innocent girl. Not many I would hope.

Posted by: ARParr82
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You seem to know a lot about this family...what is the Hugley Business? I'm all for boycotting them. Serves them right for allowing this maniac to fester.

Posted by: Beingsensible | May 7, 2010 1:19 PM | Report abuse

Reminds me of the Philip Markoff case! Again, we have a privileged young man incapable of coping with life. Happening more & more, will continue to do so, in ALL races!

Posted by: rivermomma | May 7, 2010 1:20 PM | Report abuse

I get to make the generalization that all BLACK people want other to believe they are criminals that destroy our inner cities, I've read a few stories and seen news coverage to the effect so it must be true of all BLACK people, right???

Posted by: Chris751
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Really...and you think you're not a racist? Me think you just made the point for K2007.

Posted by: Beingsensible | May 7, 2010 1:25 PM | Report abuse

Boycotting the family biz is unwise. Obviously, many people are employed with the company that have nothing to do with the poor choices Georgie Boy made. Also, it is likely Georgie has a trust fund, stock options, etc. Therefore, Yeardley's mom can at least file a civil suit. So, the more revenue the family biz generates, the more Georgie is worth! Keep on buying your building needs from them as well as real estate.

Posted by: rivermomma | May 7, 2010 1:27 PM | Report abuse

He's a punk. Put him away for life. Let's see what happens when he "loses his temper" in prison.

Posted by: jckdoors | May 7, 2010 1:29 PM | Report abuse

The Dean of Student Affairs office is one department and the campus police is another that can assist a student in a stalking situation. Someone should have alerted campus authorities because both of these young people were in crisis and needed their help. Once well placed visit by this young lady accompanied by a supportive friend could have prevented this tragedy.

Posted by: hakafos44 | May 7, 2010 1:31 PM | Report abuse

Most young women adore the obsessive behavior from their BF's, makes them feel loved. Also, jealousy works on both sides, perhaps she summoned him over, we don't know. What we do know is Georgie is in solitary confinement, basically on suicide watch & has no amenities & is as miserable as he can be. The county lock up is far worse than the state prison! I hope his trial is a long time coming. It will be great for him to be totally alone for a long, long time!

Posted by: rivermomma | May 7, 2010 1:39 PM | Report abuse

He was arrested you moron. Tazed and arrested. Take your racist rant somewhere else.

Posted by: OWNTF | May 7, 2010 1:42 PM | Report abuse

...wasn't anyone at the house when he came in? Kicking in a door usually makes a little noise - I thought someone might have heard this and alerted Ms. Love and the police.

Posted by: 1of9000 | May 7, 2010 1:48 PM | Report abuse

George Huguley = TRASH. UVA had better start looking into whom they admit to campus from now on.

Women deserve to be safe from creeps like this. Bob McDonnell better not dismiss his death penalty when the day comes.

Posted by: FiatBooks | May 7, 2010 2:01 PM | Report abuse

How did her roommates not know she was in danger??? Was she an alcoholic? Why would they think she was passed out from drinking?
Who wouldn't be able to notice a "pool of blood"???
I think her house mates have some explaining to do as well.
And unfortunately, I have to agree with K2007. He assaulted a police officer and received a suspended sentence? When was the last time that happened to an African American.

Posted by: luvdc808 | May 7, 2010 2:08 PM | Report abuse

Thanks WOPO for deleting my first comment(NOT!!)...lets try this again:
I guess Ms Love got tired of being Huguely's punching bag during his drunken binges. His 'friends' should have intervened earlier.... Maybe Ms Love would still be alive. There should have been more serious consequences to his drunken temper tantrums..like when he when he threatened the police officer in Lexingnton. And what exactly was going on when he jumped off of his parents boat in FL and they were all screaming at each other?!!! Kinda like there were lots of clues that this monster was out of control for a long time. was there any intervention?! No- his parents and 'friends' just stuck their heads in the sand and kept him in his frat-boy-jock party world.Nice going....

Posted by: lsf07 | May 7, 2010 2:12 PM | Report abuse

How did this become about race? The incident is disturbingly tragic.
Posted by: AJ1980
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My point exactly whenever there is an article in the WAPO about a crime relating to a Black youth. It usually contains 10-20 pages of racist comments ranging from the person's parents to the entire Black race as a whole. I love it when we get selective amnesia on these comments when the murderer is a White person. I agree with you, this shouldn't be about race, but it usually is when the subject is a crime committed by a Black person.

Posted by: Beingsensible | May 7, 2010 1:14 PM | Report abuse
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Yes, this was tragic but Beingsensible is right on. I see the MOST IGNORANT COMMENTS when they report a crime by an African American. go to any newspaper's comment section and you will see this.

Posted by: luvdc808 | May 7, 2010 2:20 PM | Report abuse

There is always someone who brings up race in these occurences. Grow up K2007

Posted by: trich15 | May 7, 2010 3:00 PM | Report abuse

I think many of us harbor the illusion that college campuses are somehow immune from the dysfunctionalities the plague society at large, particularly domestic violence. In hindsight it seems clear this kid had a temper and other issues that were exacerbated by an obvious alcohol problem. At the same time, he was on the verge of completing an undergraduate program at one of the nation’s most demanding universities while playing on a Division 1 lacrosse team competing for a national title. That's no small feat so I can see where this type of success could mask his problems to those close to him. There is huge social pressure on adolescents to look the other way so it is so important for parents to use this horrible tragedy as a teaching moment. I know I will use it as an opportunity to yet again impress upon my son that he needs to seek help when he sees someone out of control. 1000 times is sill not enough.

Posted by: feeney | May 7, 2010 3:03 PM | Report abuse

good job, landon!

Posted by: thenoggin | May 7, 2010 3:08 PM | Report abuse

A sociopath with rage issues, worsened by alcohol.

This is a mental health issue missed or ignored by families and friends of all socioeconomic levels through the ages.

The media needs to use this, not to bash lacrosse, elites, or college drinking, but to stress the missed/ignored signs of mental illness or instability that perpetuate this kind of thing and how we can prevent these things from happening in the future.

Posted by: nowickedwitch | May 7, 2010 3:17 PM | Report abuse

Hey K2007, Your a Jackass.

Posted by: jerod1 | May 7, 2010 3:43 PM | Report abuse

K2007 its really really ugly that you would use a young woman's murder to spew this sort of stuff. There's really no reason for that.

Your idea that a cop wouldn't arrest someone for threatening to kill THAT SAME COP based on the fact that he was white is so ludicrous that it makes me wonder about your sanity. Go bloviate with Farrakhan if you want but this really isn't the place.

Posted by: settleten | May 7, 2010 3:58 PM | Report abuse

This is very sad for all involved. But the bigger issue may be the private school and elite college men's lacrosse/sports culture. To teachers, parents, and students "star" lacrosse players are often at the top of the social food chain. Bad behavior -- whether its a test cheating scandal, excessive partying/drinking, or raw physical violence -- is often swept under the rug to protect the reputation of the individual, the team, and even the entire school community. In the S. Hadley, MA student bullying case that led to a suicide, it appears the perpetrators were some of the most well-liked students. Too often, teachers and coaches overlook bad behavior of their "stars" (e.g. I seem to remember an SAT cheating scandal at a local private school where the lacrosse players got off easier then the others).

Its time for teachers and coaches at the high school and college levels to flag and punish bad behavior of their "stars" hard and fast -- a young girl's life is far more important than the next championship or a school's reputation.

Posted by: tfurey | May 8, 2010 11:07 AM | Report abuse

K2007. It's not a White - Black issue it is a top 3% vs the rest of the US population issue. There are different rules for wealthier people in every society. In other words his parents have likely been buying him out of trouble since he was an early teenager. Do not make every injustice a racial issue.

I do agree he should have been dealt with when he assaulted an officer.

Posted by: jaifour3 | May 8, 2010 11:14 AM | Report abuse

Some people may be misinformed about capital punishment in regards to this case. George Huguely V, is ineligible for the death penalty. In order to receive a death sentence in Virginia, an offender must be facing the charge of Capital Murder, not first degree murder, like that of Mr. Huguely, for the death of Ms. Love. Capital Murders include five specific aggrivated factors that were not present in the LAX murder- robbery, rape/sexual assault, kidnapping, killing 2 or more people, or killing a policeofficers.

Posted by: Taylor1987 | May 9, 2010 2:05 AM | Report abuse

lexi757, he stopped stalking you when you got fat. get over yourself.

Posted by: BlueDevil45 | May 11, 2010 1:05 AM | Report abuse

K2007 - How is it you can turn this into a racial issue? Sickens me that people who complain about discrimination are the worse in choosing when to fight it. I am not saying discrimination doesn't exist and I'm not saying I know the details of this case, but you say if that was 'a person of color' threatening the police, then they would have gotten a beat down and put under the jail. I'm pretty sure he got tasered, and put in jail. How long he was in jail for...I don't know? I do know this kid had money, and I think we all learned from O.J. that if you got money, then your chances of less jail time is significantly increased. So if there was discrimination in the case...then I'm sure it was more financial then racial.

I got no problem with people complaining about racism. I know it exists, but don't just throw it out there just to throw it out there. This nation will never unite like that. You don't know if this was a person of color that it would be handled differently.

Take your obvious passion for fighting racism, and fight the clear cut wins.

Posted by: tdcaseboldt | May 12, 2010 12:42 PM | Report abuse

@K2007: What an ignorant and self centered time to turn this into a race issue. A girl is dead man. Get your priorities straight.

Posted by: grendelsbacon | May 12, 2010 3:43 PM | Report abuse

The Washington Post needs to report that George Huegely beat Yeardley Love to death. This 215 pound man beat a 120 pound woman to death. Do not play this word game. She is dead. Her last day of life was lived in fear and many other days. There is no way to spin this story. Just because he is from Chevy Chase and his parents are rich and played some stupid sport at the University of Virginia. He beat her to death.

Posted by: HelloNewman1 | May 13, 2010 9:03 AM | Report abuse

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