Tinder Murder Case

tinder murder case

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The Tinder Murder Case refers to the murder of 20-year-old University of Virginia student, Hannah Graham, whose body was found in a wooded area near Charlottesville, Virginia. CNN
Graham’s murder occurred on September 13, 2014, after she went out with friends in the Downtown Charlottesville area. The investigation revealed that she was last seen leaving a bar around 1:30 am. The Daily Progress
The suspect, Jesse Matthew, was arrested and charged with Graham’s murder in November 2014. He had previously been accused of attacking a woman at a nearby college in 2008. The Washington Post
Graham’s murder sparked a renewed focus on campus safety and sexual assault awareness. NPR
Jesse Matthew was found guilty of Graham’s murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. U.S. News
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Graham’s murder was classified as a “homicide of undetermined motive.” FBI
The investigation involved over 200 law enforcement agencies and was one of the largest in Virginia’s history. The Daily Progress
The case led to changes in Virginia’s criminal justice system, including the creation of a new unit within the state police dedicated to investigating missing persons and homicides. The Washington Post
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