US police: Connecticut slaying suspect wrote 'OK to kill Jews' in journal

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May 8, 2009 20:00

A man suspected in the fatal shooting of a Jewish female Wesleyan University student wrote in his journal that it's "okay to kill Jews and go on a killing spree," according to an arrest warrant released Friday. Stephen P. Morgan, 29, was arrested Thursday night 10 miles from the bookstore where Johanna Justin-Jinich was gunned down by a man wearing a wig Wednesday. Justin-Jinich, of Timnath, Colorado, came from a Jewish family, and her grandmother was a Holocaust survivor. Morgan was arraigned Friday in Middletown Superior Court. A judge increased his bond to $15 million.


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