Personal life added to probe of prosecutor's death
From the Wolf Blitzer Reports staff in Atlanta:
ATLANTA, Georgia (CNN) -- Investigators looking into the death of Jonathan Luna continue to consider all of the possibilities, including the chance the prosecutor's death may have been linked to his personal life.
Sources say Luna's name has turned up on some adult web sites.
Electronic records show that Luna apparently took an indirect route to the rural Pennsylvania area where his body was found, an area where people have been known to gather for sexual encounters.
Police have visited area motels, asking workers if they recognized Luna's picture.
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Investigators have also been trying to determine whether Luna had any debt problems. His wife told authorities Luna had some credit cards she didn't know about until after his death.
Still, police have not discarded the possibility Luna was murdered because of his profession.
As an assistant U.S. attorney based in Baltimore, Luna prosecuted many violent criminals.
His father says he often urged his son to take a safer job. Paul D. Luna told the Associated Press, "I was warning him many times. I'm very positive this is for his work. I even told that to the FBI."