CO CO - Suzanne Morphew, 49, did not return from bike ride, Chaffee County, 10 May 2020 #46

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  1. Hatfield

    Hatfield Well-Known Member

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    Dr. Phil has shown an interest in true crime as well.

    I think maybe they are like a lot of us who find it intriguing to try to determine what actually happened. With them bringing their individual expertise like Medical (Dr. Oz) or Psychological (Dr. Phil) which could roll over into giving some helpful insights to a case. Similar to how each of us here bring our own experiences and skills to our case discussions.
     
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  2. bbm
    :p
     
  3. Fireflize

    Fireflize Well-Known Member

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    So, 2020 records could show, new truck, new land, defense attorney. What would the courts do about that hypothetical? Moo
     
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    I get it. I just find humor in things that many people would not find funny. Our supper table talk would probably shock many. haha It's just the last time I saw a snippet of Dr. Oz's show, he was talking about the proper way to pop a pimple. True Crime has taken off, especially with the popularity of podcasts now (I love them). I've mentioned before, I enjoy the perspective of all, especially if it goes against the popular opinions of most. I enjoy open discussions. IMO
     
  5. LietKynes

    LietKynes "Law is the ultimate science" Liet Kynes

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    Great post, all of it !
    1,000 "Likes" !
    Well said !!!!!!!
     
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    I understand. You are right that the whole true crime genre in the last 10 or more years really has gotten popular on tv and movies.

    Maybe the network executives even pushed some of that sort of subject matter onto the shows.
     
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    Whoa! :eek:
    Wonder where they store that chipper?
    ETA Regarding the recent talk about coolers, Richard Crafts, the famous wood chipper killer, dismembered his wife and stored her on ice until he used the wood chipper on her.
     
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    Exactly !

    JMO
     
  9. ivegotthemic

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    Well it depends, if hes paid for everything out of his own personal bank account or shared funds, nothing. If hes using SMs account to finance his new bachelor lifestyle then at a minimum he would likely to removed and hes also liable to SM's estate for any funds spent inappropriately
     
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    I just can't imagine anyone being able to do such a thing with someone they once loved, the mother of their children. That level of depravity is so next level. I do think a certain someone is responsible but I struggle to imagine the elk wrapping or wood chipper scenario. I think we will read blunt trauma to the head and buried a few miles from home. JMO
     
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    Madeleine74 Knower of Things

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    <modsnip: Quoted post was removed>

    Fortunately LE is gathering and has gathered evidence against BM, whether we or anyone else knows about it. The fewer people outside of LE know, the better, as it helps maintain the integrity of a criminal case.

    IMO
     
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    So if the proceeds of the sale of the home in Indiana went into a joint bank account, he can spend them with abandon right?
     
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    As they both held title to the property SM is entitled to half of the proceeds of the sale. IMO the court would expect BM to deposit half those proceeds in an account for her. Otherwise that a pretty decent amount to just disappear from SMs total assets
     
  15. MrsWatson

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    So would that be a SEPARATE account for SM? Bearing only her name? Sort of like an escrow?
     
  16. ivegotthemic

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    Well it would sort of depend on how their family financials are set up now. If they have joint accounts for everything then thats sufficient, but if they've always kept funds separately it would that would be an account in her own name.
     
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    it would be good to see the orders in the guardianship to see if there were any restrictions on the closing proceeds - my guess? nope, and all the money is accessible to him freely with none set aside for SM.
    JMO
     
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    I totally understand how it’s hard to imagine how anyone could do that to “the love of their life” but, believe me, there are other Chris Watt’s out there. The depravity of some individuals is always surprising, too many to name that are fairly recent come to mind. MOO

    I think we’ll be surprised when the arrest affidavit is eventually released...
    MOO.
     
  19. MrsWatson

    MrsWatson Moira Rose's Wigs

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    Well, that's all very interesting, isn't it?
     
  20. Hair of the Dog

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    They owned the property as H & W and if they put the proceeds into an account with both of their names on it that would seem to give him carte blanche.

    Would/could the judge who awarded BM guardianship provide for SM's share of the proceeds to be held in a trust account? There was nothing on record that they were separating or divorcing. IDK, troubling.

    MOO
     
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