George Huguely V Thursday received a 23-year sentence for the murder of Yeardley Love, the Cockeysville native and University of Virginia lacrosse player whose May 2010 death put college drinking and dating violence under a harsh spotlight in this genteel and historic college town.
Crisis management consultants say Morgan State officials should speak up about Alexander Kinyua's time at the university, before his arrest in the killing of Kujoe Bonasafo Agyei-Kodie and his confession, according to police, that he dismembered Agyei-Kodie and ate his heart and parts of his brain..
Although a Charlottesville jury found one man — athlete George Huguely V — criminally responsible for the beating death of Yeardley Love, his former girlfriend and fellow lacrosse player at the University of Virginia, the young woman's mother wants to hold his coaches culpable, too.
Sharon Love has sued University of Virginia coaches and its athletic director for negligence, saying they failed to discipline George Huguely for prior violent, drunken incidents, which culminated in his killing her daughter, Yeardley.
The extended family and friends who helped raise Yeardley Love are outspoken in their celebration of her life and mourning of her death, but from all those who had a hand in bringing up George Huguely, we hear nothing.