Still Missing CO - Suzanne Morphew, 49, Chaffee Co, 10 May 2020 *arrest* #82

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  1. Megnut

    Megnut Well-Known Member

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    I wish they'd given Barry a planted cellmate.

    The man loves to brag.

    JMO
     
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  2. Love Never Fails

    Love Never Fails Well-Known Member

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    I think one day Macy will have some questions snd when she faces Barry’s temper, she will KNOW.
     
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  3. Gardenkeep

    Gardenkeep Former Member

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    I read through it, and knew I had to read through again. I discovered a new channel on youtube called Crushing Crime, and the host is actually reading it completely which was really an advantage since I could listen and still handle chores and tasks I was behind on. So, check it out, if you need to multi-task.:)

    It's the contradictions Barry makes that is truly telling. But I don't feel confident that contradictions alone can a case win.:(

    The dart tranq- He claimed that he used to tranq the deer in Indiana, but didn't in Colorado, then later claims that this was exactly what he was doing during those fateful days.

    Saturday- It was a "perfect" day with SM, and she wasn't drinking. Best day in a while. Later, oh she was drinking. His story details for that day are all over the place.
     
  4. Megnut

    Megnut Well-Known Member

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    Dbm
     
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  5. scapa

    scapa Well-Known Member

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    Yes, it's very interesting terminology -- feels like we've heard it before from some other pseudo-godly abusers and murderers.

    My guess is that BM is noting here that God did not actively step in and prevent (with a strategic thunderbolt, perhaps) SM's wanting to leave her "biblical" marriage and BM and then once again (via a well-timed Providential intervention, perhaps) did not divert BM from his murderous mission and sloppy coverup. After all, if He had wanted Suzanne to be saved instead of Barry, He would have done something about it, and struck poor Barry down rather than guiding him divinely.

    Yes, BM -- you're merely the fleshly vessel. This is not your fault.

    I so wish SM had simply bailed first and divorced later. I imagine that 50-point list of grievances fairly flew off her pen...
     
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    Sounds like the entire Morphew side of the family had been gaslighting Suzanne for years. She must have felt so isolated.
     
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    He loves to change his clothing. :rolleyes:
     
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    I really don't think Barry tries to skip bail, the odds of him succeeding are so slim. Those things are thick, hard to cut off, people have ended up in the hospital trying to get them off. They have tamper detection soon as pressure is applied with say a bolt cutter, it will alert the police. He has maybe 0-15 minutes head start on police. Difficult but not impossible. Then after he eludes police initially, he has to make his way out of town, those towns Maysville, Poncha Springs are terrible places to be on the run. 2 ways out of town in Maysville, 4 in Poncha Springs, and also very far away from Canada or mexico and the ocean. Then you got the problem of dealing with where is Barry going to start a new life and avoid the long arm of uncle Sam. He had to turn in his passport so he will need to apply for assylum somewhere, I'm thinking like South America, Russia. Those countries take people like Nazi's and US traitors like Snowden and Josef Mengele not common criminal murderers. All this has very low chance of succeeding, and the risk is he's out $500k. Suicide is an option but I don't see him doing that.
     
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    Yep, and you have SD lying about being in a romantic relationship with him, too. Quite the couple. They had to put surveillance on her house to prove it. I put money on them starting up before SM disappeared. The woman at the gym said he walked around with his chest puffed out, peacocking around town, big loud truck, firefighter stickers, thinking he was the man and thirsty for attention from women. It sounds like SD would have been impressed with him and his apparent money (she met him at the dumpster near his mansion, after all). Gross. Just gross.
     
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    He left once, rose as Lazarus did, and left a second time, with a slightly different shirt.

    Twas willed that way.

    I'm only partway through the AA, but I do think there's plenty there for a conviction. The truth is in the telling here, IMO, and the prosecution is going to have to work through the various narrative options in order to tell the story that is the most convincing and the most resistant to defence team counters, including the Nothing to See Here and SODDI defenses we've already seen previewed at the PH.
     
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    OldCop Verified Law Enforcement (retired)

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    Speaking of polygraphs, the interview with Lara and Andrew Richardson, AA pge 55:
     

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    Maybe we have it all wrong. Maybe BM was looking for girls at those trash sites in Broomfield instead dumping evidence of his wife’s murder.
     
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    Whew, that was quite a read! BM is guilty as sin, no doubt in my mind, there is just no other explanation why SM goes dark right after he returns home and is never seen or heard from again.

    If BM's mouth is moving, he is lying. Some of the most transparent and absurd lies I've ever heard! He remembers the trash can at McD's was full to the brim but doesn't remember what he threw away in it?!? Saturday night was great, good food and sex cuz she wasn't under the influence of anything, oh wait, now he sees the last known pic of her and she has 'drunk eyes' that same night - which is it BM?

    Unfortunately, I agree with many of the posts above, this reads like a trashy novel without much substance. I think in the era of network crime shows and public awareness (if not full understanding) of DNA, the jurors will want some type of proof from the DA.

    I am hoping that more evidence has come in since this AA was written and more evidence comes to light prior to the trial, something more concrete that the jury can point to as proof he did it. Fingers crossed!
     
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    I love that “Suzanne Who??” Oh how I would love to see that posted around town….maybe the daughters would finally crack. They know so much more than given up so far. IMO
     
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    I can picture it being hard for SA Grusing to keep a straight face during this conversation. I can't help but smirk reading it. It'd be really funny if it wasn't so sad.
     
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    That statement is seriously wrong on all levels!! You just don't talk about your kids like that, especially ones you don't know well!!

    I feel the girls said straight up, They don't want to read all those "lies" investigators wrote about their father, so they have not read AA and probably won't until one of them has someone in their ear telling them tidbits about stuff in it and she will become curious and brave! I believe this will be the fallout.
    I can understand being in denial, but at some point that denial withers and it will most likely be the youngest one, IMO.
     
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    iCloud accounts across multiple devices such as: iPad, laptop, desktop…could be syncing with those devices and therefore the 2nd device…. His work required some type of large screen to access projects and complete documents, therefore, it’s likely he synced his iPhone to these (that)…also used wifi or hotspot at times to work off or cheat off the device other than iPhone.
     
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    IMO Barry is guilty.

    I hope they (prosecutor's) have a good plan for trial.

    I wish there was more meat in the AA.
     
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    Maybe I missed it but did the agents ever press him on why the computer in his truck was reset? Did bM offer an explanation for that? To me that's one of the biggest pieces of evidence.

    Also I didn't see any mention of the influencing public officials or tampering with a dead body. Don't those need some kind of evidence to justify the charge?
     
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    How'd they get an ankle monitor on over his cowboy boots? Or rather, how'd he get his cowboy boot over the ankle monitor?

    Maybe he removed the laces.

    ;/

    JMO
     
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