Metallica Aids in Effort to Find Killer

by Joseph Fisher

14 June 2012

 

Metallica has been the source of ongoing contention for well over the past decade.  For the moment, it’s probably a good idea to cast all of that contention aside and simply to view and share the video below.  In October 2009, 20-year-old Morgan Harrington disappeared after a Metallica show in Charlottesville, VA.  Her remains were found about three months later in close proximity to the venue.  The suspect was never apprehended. 

Apparently, new information has come to light, linking Harrington’s abductor to another assault on another Virginia woman.  James Hetfield speaks to this detail, as well as to the investigation more generally in the clip:

 

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