Discussion in 'Martha Morgan' started by SportBelle, Jul 8, 2018.
So sorry ... terrible to lose a momma in this manner!
I hope you can find help. How distressing this has to be, always on one's mind.
Thank you . Yes it is very, very , very hard.
Crime Watch Daily investigates death of Martha Morgan
"Dennisa is and has been courageous in fighting for the truth about the death of her mother. Getting to the truth is vital to getting justice," said Louisiana State Senator John Milkovich.
If the case were to be reopened, and the same conclusion is reached -- suicide -- would Milkovich accept that?
"No, I won't accept that because I've seen the evidence and I know the abuse that was in the home, and I know it's not a suicide," said Milkovich.
For Dennisa, she's just getting started, pledging to never give up the fight, vowing to get justice for her mother.
No one has posted anything in a while has anyone involved with this case contacted the La CID? They investigate the entire state, so you can go around the local authorities.
This story should be in the news
New news article April 2019
Murder or suicide: A daughter's questions
I'm so sorry what happened to your Mama, I hope you find justice and maybe some of the geniuses on here have a look at this case. Stay strong <3
My heart goes out to you. I hope you get justice.
Going up against a corrupt police department is harder than wrestling a dragon
What was the relationship like between your mother and father ?
Giving this a bump.
I believe you. Everything you've pointed out screams homicide. No finger prints on the weapon, no blood splatter, the fact recreations cannot successfully show she could have killed herself in this manner. Not to mention how quickly your father remarried, the head wound that was written off in the report, and all of the other evidence you and the news have provided.
We need enough social pressure to force their hands. Small town police often don't take DV seriously, in my experience living down South. They won't cave in or admit they were wrong unless they don't have any other choice.
You will need an independent autopsy/exhumation if your mother was not cremated. If you haven't done so already. It will cost money, and I highly suggest getting women's programs onboard across the country to help pay for it. That in addition to what everyone else has offered- especially the tip about LA CID.
There are likely going to be new DV reports or noise complaints wherever your farther is. We can find that out too, as more evidence of behavior patterns.
Hi, me again.
I was so struck by your story that I couldn't help but write this for you. I made it all tonight, so it is very messy and still needs editing/proofreading/fact checking and additions. The citations are not properly formatted yet, so it needs a little sprucing to be not-plagerized for certain info before sharing. I will be doing that this week. I couldn't help but share it now though, even incomplete... I want you to know people hear you and care deeply.
I made an editorialized version of your bullet points, five pages single spaced. Sometimes giving a story and emotion to these things help people conenct and feel empassioned for them. The difference between a name on a page and a real person, I think. I really feel it could help get more people involved. I thought it might be helpful. I also sent in an offer to be your volunteer for social media and file uploading.
Love & Loss in Louisiana
I am happy to edit it however you need, fix information, add file and image links at the bottom. I know this is a hard subject, so if any lines are an overstep you tell me and I will immediately fix them. You just let me know. If you want me to email an editable copy directly to you or add you as an editor we can get that worked out too. If you hate it, I will totally delete it. If you like it and agree, I can start spreading it across the US once editing is complete.
I want justice for your mother. And for you.