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There are 38 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Sep 4, 2012, titled New Details Released in Stony Point Murder-Suicide - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports .... In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

New details are emerging Tuesday about a murder-suicide on Stony Point Road in Albemarle County.

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Fossil

Charlottesville, VA

#24 Sep 5, 2012
This is same news as we heard last week right after it happened.Nothing new was released.
Bea Atpeace

South Saint Paul, MN

#25 Sep 5, 2012
Can we all just let these victems RIP ?
There is never going to be any sense to this tragic event. As a freind of the family, I really do not need/want to hear of the details. WHEN the investigation is complete, the information will be given out.
I think we are all intitled to know and be assured this was not some kind of home invasion (as speculated in early on posts)/// bit until the investigation is complete...lets just stop...lets talk about the things we should be talking about....THE WAR...THE ECONOMY...THE FALL OF AMERICA RIGHT BEOFRE OUR EYES!
Rush Maddow

Charlottesville, VA

#26 Sep 5, 2012
I play videogames, I don't go to church, and I have a diagnosed mental illness -but I've never wanted to hurt anyone before. These sorts of things go a bit deeper than your simple analysis.
Liberalace

Charlottesville, VA

#27 Sep 5, 2012
Bea Atpeace wrote:
Can we all just let these victems RIP ?
There is never going to be any sense to this tragic event. As a freind of the family, I really do not need/want to hear of the details. WHEN the investigation is complete, the information will be given out.
I think we are all intitled to know and be assured this was not some kind of home invasion (as speculated in early on posts)/// bit until the investigation is complete...lets just stop...lets talk about the things we should be talking about....THE WAR...THE ECONOMY...THE FALL OF AMERICA RIGHT BEOFRE OUR EYES!
With all due respect, a lot of folks believe "the fall of America" you cite above includes the seeming increase in tragedies like the one we witnessed on Stony Point Road. As a lot of local interviews have alluded to, this does not seem to fit the profile: no signs seen ahead of time, kid not a brooding loner, etc. A lot of people seemed to like Noah. While many people are just electronically "window peeping," others want to know more because part of them fears it could happen to them.

I am still curious about the family dynamics: recent second marriage for mom, Noah did the deed while new hubby was out of town...What was Noah's relationship with his dad, stepdad and mom?

For people trying to compare this to other incidents (Columbine, Virginia Tech, etc.,), that's just apples and oranges.

R.I.P.: Tom Tryon
Not So Nosey

United States

#28 Sep 5, 2012
Liberalace wrote:
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With all due respect, a lot of folks believe "the fall of America" you cite above includes the seeming increase in tragedies like the one we witnessed on Stony Point Road. As a lot of local interviews have alluded to, this does not seem to fit the profile: no signs seen ahead of time, kid not a brooding loner, etc. A lot of people seemed to like Noah. While many people are just electronically "window peeping," others want to know more because part of them fears it could happen to them.
I am still curious about the family dynamics: recent second marriage for mom, Noah did the deed while new hubby was out of town...What was Noah's relationship with his dad, stepdad and mom?
For people trying to compare this to other incidents (Columbine, Virginia Tech, etc.,), that's just apples and oranges.
R.I.P.: Tom Tryon
Have you ever stopped to think that what happened in that house is absolutely no one's business but the family of the victims? Not ever single detail of the family's life or the events of that night need to be plastered in the news. Who the hell are you to need to know what relationship Noah had with his father, mom, etc., etc., etc.?
are you kidding

Palmyra, VA

#29 Sep 5, 2012
goob wrote:
I did not realize a news organization (NBC29) could obtain a "Search Warrant"
Are you illiterate? "Copies" of the search warrant were obtained by NBC 29...
are you kidding

Palmyra, VA

#30 Sep 5, 2012
Not So Nosey wrote:
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Have you ever stopped to think that what happened in that house is absolutely no one's business but the family of the victims? Not ever single detail of the family's life or the events of that night need to be plastered in the news. Who the hell are you to need to know what relationship Noah had with his father, mom, etc., etc., etc.?
Liberalace thinks she's God. Haven't you been on this blog before?
worker

Moneta, VA

#31 Sep 5, 2012
Not So Nosey wrote:
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Have you ever stopped to think that what happened in that house is absolutely no one's business but the family of the victims? Not ever single detail of the family's life or the events of that night need to be plastered in the news. Who the hell are you to need to know what relationship Noah had with his father, mom, etc., etc., etc.?
What happened inside Yeardley Love's apartment is "absolutely no one's business but the family of the victims" but that didn't go quite as planned either. HYPOCRITS!!!

As far as I'm concerned, I want every piece of evidence scrutinzed and made available to the public as possible, just like every other homicide case.
Pat

Charlottesville, VA

#32 Sep 5, 2012
Why does NBC29 let this story go and let the remaining family move on...this is crazy!
Pat

Charlottesville, VA

#33 Sep 5, 2012
worker wrote:
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What happened inside Yeardley Love's apartment is "absolutely no one's business but the family of the victims" but that didn't go quite as planned either. HYPOCRITS!!!
As far as I'm concerned, I want every piece of evidence scrutinzed and made available to the public as possible, just like every other homicide case.
You are really creepy if you want all the details!!!!!!
ItsyBitsySpider

Ardsley, NY

#34 Sep 5, 2012
Not So Nosey wrote:
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Have you ever stopped to think that what happened in that house is absolutely no one's business but the family of the victims? Not ever single detail of the family's life or the events of that night need to be plastered in the news. Who the hell are you to need to know what relationship Noah had with his father, mom, etc., etc., etc.?
Casey Anthony & her family was plastered all over the news! What do you have to say about that? Noah was a MURDERER!!
JGB

Charlottesville, VA

#35 Sep 5, 2012
Where the hell is the step father at????
aconcernedmom

Charlottesville, VA

#36 Sep 5, 2012
ItsyBitsySpider wrote:
<quoted text>Casey Anthony & her family was plastered all over the news! What do you have to say about that? Noah was a MURDERER!!
You should be ashamed of your self. You need to have respect for the family that is left behind, the children's friends. I hope you and your family never have to read about you in the paper or see your face on Tv. Or be judged by people you don't know.
makea me sick

United States

#37 Sep 5, 2012
aconcernedmom wrote:
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You should be ashamed of your self. You need to have respect for the family that is left behind, the children's friends. I hope you and your family never have to read about you in the paper or see your face on Tv. Or be judged by people you don't know.
I have plenty of respect for people affected by this. Thank god that freak killed himself because he would have killed again, no question. Praise Jesus
Friend

Charlottesville, VA

#38 Sep 17, 2012
Listen, I didn't read all of the previous comments and I doubt anyone will see this because it's so after-the-fact, but Noah was a great person and a friend. He was a classmate, friend, and a functioning member of society just like anyone else. Sure, something wasn't 100% right with him that night. But he was a really cool guy and it isn't fair to say cruel things about him. No one will know what happened that night, so speculating is futile. That family lived a beautiful life and will never be forgotten.

Just please try to remember Noah for all the wonderful things he did and not the one terrible mistake he made.

Rest in Peace

Class of 2012
you are sick

Moneta, VA

#39 Sep 19, 2012
Friend wrote:
Listen, I didn't read all of the previous comments and I doubt anyone will see this because it's so after-the-fact, but Noah was a great person and a friend. He was a classmate, friend, and a functioning member of society just like anyone else. Sure, something wasn't 100% right with him that night. But he was a really cool guy and it isn't fair to say cruel things about him. No one will know what happened that night, so speculating is futile. That family lived a beautiful life and will never be forgotten.
Just please try to remember Noah for all the wonderful things he did and not the one terrible mistake he made.
Rest in Peace
Class of 2012
Noah is murderer and when people remember him they should remember the person he really was: a killer who butchered his family at point blank range with a gun.
May he burn in hell. Charles Manson had friends too. I'm sure Jeff Dahmer had many people who thought highly of that fine gentleman as well.
You need to do a lot of soul searching.
Friend of Andrew

Warren, MI

#40 Nov 10, 2012
you are sick wrote:
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Noah is murderer and when people remember him they should remember the person he really was: a killer who butchered his family at point blank range with a gun.
May he burn in hell. Charles Manson had friends too. I'm sure Jeff Dahmer had many people who thought highly of that fine gentleman as well.
You need to do a lot of soul searching.
Hey man I was a friend of Andrews and I don't appreciate these disrespectful things you are saying about his family. Even if he did take my friends life away, slandering Noah won't change anything. I do see why you would call him a killer and in my book I would call him a "killer" too. Just saying
frmr

Troy, VA

#41 Nov 10, 2012
Friend wrote:
Listen, I didn't read all of the previous comments and I doubt anyone will see this because it's so after-the-fact, but Noah was a great person and a friend. He was a classmate, friend, and a functioning member of society just like anyone else. Sure, something wasn't 100% right with him that night. But he was a really cool guy and it isn't fair to say cruel things about him. No one will know what happened that night, so speculating is futile. That family lived a beautiful life and will never be forgotten.
Just please try to remember Noah for all the wonderful things he did and not the one terrible mistake he made.
Rest in Peace
Class of 2012
I believe you are a very smart young person.

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