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Chasing Any: Three women rebuff Huguely meet-ups; five laxers smash planned alibi

Three women in the murder trial of former University of Virginia lacrosse player George W. Huguely revealed how a lonely and/or libidinous Huguely rea...

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Forensic litany: Lots of exhibits, less DNA evidence

On February 14, a day when forensic testing took center stage, afternoon court watchers began to wonder why the prosecution presented witness after witness who offered no evidence connecting accused murderer George Huguely to the scene of the crime.

"There were no latent prints of value," said fingerp...

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What's next: Huguely defense may argue Adderall, CPR, fall

After five gut-wrenching days of prosecution, the defense team in the murder trial of George W. Huguely V will soon get to follow through on its opening-argument assertions: that the cause of Yeardley Love's death remains unknown and that the 22-year-old's demise might have been caused by a fatal combination of alcohol and Adderall, and that a tumble in her apartment and/or well-meaning CPR might have been the real catalysts of death.

Moreover, the prosecution has one really big d...

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Tuesday testimony: Huguely jurors get lesson in brain bleeding

Jurors became students Tuesday morning as Medical College of Virginia-based brain doctor Christine Fuller testified about the various cuts and blood she found in the brain of Yeardley Love, the UVA students whose 2010 death launched the trial of the century, a murder case against her alleged killer, George W. Huguely V.

Likening Love's injuries to those that might be sustained in an automobile accident, Dr....

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Month late: Scrap yard to debut 'METAL' program

As previously reported, the CEO of the company that operates the Meade Avenue scrap yard long known as Coiner's Scrap Iron and Metal had promised to relaunch walk-in sales to artists and others in February.

"So I called the Charlottesville office," says artist Mike Fitts, who was featured in the Hook's story, "and they said they knew nothing about opening up again for walk-in sales."

Ditto for David Slezak, Director of Community Service at Tandem Friends School, and a former Boy Scout troop leader, who is advising an Eagle Scout candidate on putting up a bluebird trail.

"We need one-inch scrap metal pipes to mount the bluebird houses in public areas," says Slezak. "We used to get them from the scrap yard when I was a troop leader."

After calling, he says he emailed the company headquarters to complain.

Well, the company, Cycle Systems, seems to have finally gotten the message.


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