William Morva, inadvertently, is relevant to the cover-ups and lies associated with the Virginia Tech massacre.
As noted in the last posting, William Morva, escaped from custody in 2006 and killed two people, sheriff’s deputy, Eric Sutpin, and security guard Derrick McFarland. If you member, Virginia Tech warned the campus and locked down while Morva was on the loose. Yet when Cho killed two people in a dormitory in the middle of the campus on the morning of April 16, 2007, the school was silent. They issued no warning to the students or faculty until moments before the slaughter of 30 people and wounding of 17 others in Norris Hall--over two hours after the double homicide.
If you remember, there were spent shells on the floor at the initial crime scene, 13 bloody foot prints leading to an exit door at the end of the hall. The school said nothing; no alert, no warning, NOTHING! Why not?
Virginia Tech officials claimed they did not warn because they did not want to cause panic on campus; panic that was similar to what happened when they warned about Morva. The problem is, that is a lie. There was no panic when they warned about William Morva.
For a complete account of the school’s and Virginia officials’ deceit and lies about Cho and his violence, see my book, “Virginia Tech: Make Sure It Doesn’t Get Out.”
(To be continued)