November 29, 2018 – remembering all the fun trips with Morgan…

The pain is almost to much to bear…this Sunday it will have been 7 years since Morgan was brutally taken from us.  No one has the right to take another’s life…no one! Morgan didn’t want to go – she loved her life and she loved her family, her friends and her pets. She had her whole life mapped out – she was excited about her life, and then it was taken from her. She was so scared – the night before her murder she asked for a knife from her dad – he bought it for her and it was found next to her body in her bed the morning we found her. Before she came home that night she asked a friend’s Aunt if she could sleep over – she was afraid to sleep at home alone in her room, but unfortunately it didn’t work out with her friend’s Aunt. So then she drove, on her way home, to ask another male friend if he could sleep over, but again, that didn’t work out either…she came home that night exhausted, stressed and scared and in hindsight she was right…the “gut” feeling she had that she was in mortal danger was absolutely correct and her life was taken from her. What a coward to attack an innocent victim while they sleep – do you think they would have much of a chance of defending themselves? And yet she did fight back. You can witness that from the crime scene photos. Three nails on her right hand are torn, along with abrasions on the top and bottom of that hand…abrasion on her wrist and chest…blood on her head and mouth with a smashed nose and fat lip. Clean folded clothes tossed all over the floor of her room and the vacuum knocked over, amount much more evidence of a struggle, attack, theft and murder.

We will never give up fighting for justice for Morgan. Her family and friends are now her voice and we will not be silenced…there are too many of us – they can’t silence all of us.

Please keep Morgan in your heart and pray for justice in 2019.

2 thoughts on “November 29, 2018 – remembering all the fun trips with Morgan…

  1. First of all I want to say how very, very sorry I am for your family on the terrible loss that you have endured. I first seen your story on Crime Watch Daily on YouTube and I was saddened and appalled by the pathetic job that your LEOs did on your case. It seems to me that certain (not all) police officers get tunnel vision on certain cases. They see a young woman such as your Morgan and they immediately assume drugs, depression and suicide. And it’s because of the epidemic of drug problems in some of today’s youth. So….the investigating officers have an opinion, they relay their opinion to the coroner and the domino effect begins. LEOs like to pick the low hanging fruit, it’s about painting everyone with the same brush and pure laziness. The police are no different than anyone else in todays world, they are lazy and incompetent. I agree with you guys 110% that the crime scene was compromised and mishandled by the pathetic tards. I also want you to know I will be praying for you and if I could help your family in anyway I surely would. God bless you all!

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