New details about the Johanna Justin-Jinich case from the Hartford Courant probably won’t change what anyone thinks about what happened last May. But if you’re interested in Stephen Morgan’s Internet search history, and how Johanna was aware of him being a problem long before her death, read on.
According to e-mails Johanna had been sending some friends in the past year, an unspecified man that she used to hang out with (probably Stephen Morgan, though it’s still inconclusive) had been trying to resume contact with her after she made clear that she did not want to, which made her change her email address.
The search warrant affidavits of Stephen Morgan’s motel room from the night before Johanna was killed also show that the recent Internet search history on his laptop included the Columbine High School and Virginia Tech shootings, “hate Jews”, and Wesleyan University. Police also found a copy of the “Protocols of the Elders of Zion” in his motel room.
Hartford Courant: Wesleyan student expressed worry about man before she was killed