Why would people not want the truth to come out? What are they hiding? Are they invested in the lie, and if so why?

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Is it because they are guilty and we are getting too close to the truth?  If you don’t want to know the truth about what happened to Morgan, and you don’t want the investigation open – maybe I’m missing something here, but I would think you have something to hide – something or someone you are trying to protect.

Sorry if I have no empathy for you (and you all know who you are – you are not all the wonderful readers of this blog – you are the folks that try to make vile comments to this blog that I do delete, actually I don’t delete them, I save them for a some time down the line) because I am a mother that had a daughter terrorized, stalked, and murdered.  Our world will never be the same.  I am a mother that is fighting for justice, and to help others that desperately need help.  I am a mother that doesn’t want another family to go through what we have endured.

Unfortunately for them the TRUTH will come out, and whomever wants to fight against law enforcement’s investigation is going to have a lot to answer when interrogated.

36 thoughts on “Why would people not want the truth to come out? What are they hiding? Are they invested in the lie, and if so why?

    • Thanks Lisa Marie. Guess what? We just got our year end stats for 2012 and your name was on it as contributing 49 comments last year – thank you so much for participating and helping to move towards justice for Morgan! Love and Light back at you – hugs!

      • You’re welcome, Toni… I was stalked when I was younger & now I am a mother of two beautiful girls (and a beautiful boy!)… I want them to grow up in world where there in no incentive for people to stalk other people. Today some rotten individuals think they can do certain things & get away with them, in a technical-legal-sense, simply because that type of behavior hasn’t been specifically outlined as wrong- stuff that you didn’t have to worry about a couple of generations ago. My mommy(&daddy)-friends & I really appreciate knowing parents like you care enough to stand up against a crime that had no real definition when we were our kids’ age… in light of tragedies like Morgan’s, today innocent victims are being given tools of empowerment that weren’t at our disposal years ago. I am alarmed by the ever-increasing numbers of reports of stalking, especially here in Colorado. I am sure it is still a very under-reported crime, so does that just mean it is a rampant crime? I hope the laws that will be put in place will better protect victims’ rights & protocol that will actually provide safety for our children when they come into situations like these with people like this. Unfortunately it seems like there are a lot of people who engage in the stalking-type behavior & know they can skirt the law, technically- unless they are really REALLY blatant about their stalking activities & like in your case, the victim usually has to do a ton of work (which can take away from your daily life!) to nail the criminal- tell me again why it would be their job to do that??? Hiding behind present laws is entirely too easy for modern sociopaths to do. We can’t continue to breed an environment that is healthier & safer for bullies & stalkers to avoid punishment for criminal behaviors that should not be protected under personal safety/privacy laws. I hope that when our kids are our age bullying & stalking is a thing of the past. I appreciate the strength that you go forward with in the fight that all of we parents need to be led in. All we can do is join together to raise awareness & prepare them to protect themselves from crimes like those committed against Morgan. I hope she is resting peacefully. Sadly, there seems to be no shortage of these types of criminals & they need to be dealt with. It’s about time that it stop, our beautiful children deserve to live in peace.

        • Lisa Marie you are so right – it needs to stop and now I truly believe law enforcement needs to review the laws we do have in place for victims and start to do what the law requires….this is exactly what I am going to be working on along with a lot of others that want to see these changes made to protect the innocent. Take care! And thanks for the encouragement!

  1. Behind you 100% Toni. Prayers and love to you and your family and of course Morgan and also prayers that 2013 is the year the whole truth comes out and those responsible are held accountable for what they did.

    • Thank you, thank you, thank you – I have a really good feeling this will be the year, and it will be happening fairly soon. I think that is what is scaring the other side so much. We will stay focused and use truth and love and God on our side, along with all the angels and it will happen.

    • Smile 🙂 It’s so true just like:

      A mother’s love for her child is like
      nothing else in the world. It knows no
      law, no pity, it dares all things and crushes
      down remorselessly all that stands in its path.

      ~ Agatha Christie

  2. there will always be people who stand behind you and want to know the truth. this makes you a mother, and an incredibly strong one at that. peace and love to you, and to morgan, justice will find its way, because there is the strongest support by her lovely mother and all the people who’s lives she touched.

    • That is such a kind thing to say – thank you. There are so many people out there that I don’t know but I feel them and I feel their love and support – what an awesome feeling…it’s better than all the riches in the world!

  3. Well said, as always. Like many of us have since the begining, if I were bring accused and I was innocent, Id be beating down the DA’s door for an investigation to clear my name… But then, thats only if I were innocent. Stay strong, as I know you will, we are here, and there isnt a day that I dont think of Morgan, a beautiful person, who Ill never know on this earth, because her life was TAKEN, all too soon.
    Love & Respects, as always.

    • I agree Hollie, and i just want you to know that you have made 39 comments on this blog in the year 2012 and have been such a wonderful supportive force that I just don’t have enough good words to tell you, so all I can say is thank you for believing in us and Morgan and helping us along the way!

  4. I have been reading this blog for many months now. I admire your tenacity and strength. I cannot imagine the emotional exhaustion that must come along with managing this blog, making so many appearances, and fighting every day for Morgan.

    Know in your heart that you are doing a good thing. The right thing. The only thing a loving, responsible person would do, under the circumstances.

    I am proud of you. And I’m sure Morgan is too. You could have curled up in a ball of sorrow and self isolation, but you didn’t. You are fighting for truth and answers, and that is so difficult. And exhausting.

    You are in my thoughts and prayers. Sending you love from Boston.

    • Catherine – there have been soooo many times Steve and I have wanted to do just that – curl up in a ball and be by ourselves, but I kept hearing Morgan’s sweet soft voice asking me to keep going and do what needs to be done so here we go again in 2013 – but it will be a big year for progress I promise. Feeling very positive!

  5. Keep fighting Toni. The truth will come out (one way or another). I pray it’s soon and swift! Don’t let the negative people get you down. You have 1000’s out here that want justice for Morgan and pray it comes.

    • Sherrill I believe every word you said – I know there are thousands behind us and I won’t let the “others” distract or get me down. We will keep pushing for a full investigation by law enforcement and we will get justice I promise you. Thanks so much!

  6. I’ve never left a comment on here but I have been following this blog ever since seeing it on Dr.Phil and I, just like many others, got a horrible feeling from ?. The way she answered questions didn’t settle right with me.
    Then upon reading every last word of this blog it, it made me feel horrible to read what your daughter went through. I was scared just reading it alone at night. I can’t even begin to imagine how your daughter felt and your whole family.
    I pray for the day you find justice for your daughter. A mommies intuition is strong and when you have tat but feeling, you’re usually right. Keep doing what your doing!!! You’re an amazing woman and the fight you have in you after going through what you endured should give every woman a reason to know that life can and does go on after horrible tragedies.

    • Tammie – thank you for your kind words of support. My intuition is very strong and I know things that haven’t been put in this blog and I don’t believe they will ever come out until there is a court case because they are so horrific, but every morning I wake up and think, “what can I do to bring this closer to an open investigation?” And that keeps me working at it day after day. All the people reading this blog and leaving comments are also my backbone of support – I don’t know what I would do without all of you.

  7. Starting back up really soon – right now just trying to get some very important letters out and working a 40 hour work week along with research, letter writing and doing the blog doesn’t leave much time for anything else so I am trying to compartmentalize my work load.

  8. They may mess with a mother all they want but you touch her child or look at them wrong and momma bear shall bite and bite hard. Love and light and (((((((((((((((hugs)))))))))))))) from one momma bear to another.

  9. “When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts. A mother always has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child.”
    -Sophia Loren

    Made me think of you and your fight for justice! Still thinking of you and your family very often. I can just feel good things are coming!

  10. Toni,

    Keep on Keeping on for Lady Justice will be coming. Those that are Guilty have to live with knowing that at any second they will be thrown in jail. Tic Toc, Tic, Toc!

    You’re the worlds best Mother!


  11. All you have to do is look at the Stubenville rape case to know their is a thing called protectionism. Our world is full of people that lie, for so many reasons. It is a very crazy and insane world we live in. You have to keep believing the truth will be exposed and see how things finally catch up to people. Look at Jerry Sandusky, Lance Armstrong and the list goes on.

    • I know our perspective of time isn’t always the amount of time it will take – but it is so frustrating that it has taken this long. I have learned a lot of lessons and in the future will try to always pass on the knowledge. It is a crazy world and you are right no matter how long it takes I do believe the truth will always come out. Thanks Lynn.

  12. Never underestimate the power of prayer, the power of intuition, the power of justice, and most importantly, the power of a Mother’s Love for her child!! Never underestimate the truth, It will and IS coming out-I feel it too!! Love and Light Always!!

    • I believe everything you said 100%! The truth will come out soon and people will stand up for what is right and things will change. Thanks!!!

  13. Hi Toni. I was wondering if you could answer my question from last week about why you think Wylah didn’t make a lot of noise the night Morgan was murdered. Again, I have read the blog but don’t remember if you answered that particular question. Could it mean Morgan knew the killer and therefore someone Wylah also trusted?

  14. I saw the, what I assume is, re-run of Morgan’s Dr. Phil show. First, I will admit I thought maybe you and Steve were grieving parents in denial about how your beautiful daughter passed. But the empathic mother in align with the Criminal Justice and Psychology major, the behavior rehab specialist, and the social worker in me was intrigued. I googled for your blog and here I am. I spent the better part of two days “catching-up.” I have made it to January of 2013. I watched this episode with my husband, and he was very skeptical of your account of what happened. After reading much of your blog, I shared it with my husband. We both are incensed by how the case was handled. We both feel strongly that foul play was most definitely involved in Morgan’s death. You made two skeptics believers in your truth. Our sincerest condolences to you, Steve and all of Morgan’s loved ones.

    • Wow, thank you for letting me know. I am so happy you were able to share the blog with your husband and that you both know the truth now. It was horrible how they handled the case and I don’t know why my brain couldn’t see it at the time…I was way too trusting and exhausted and scared to really see what was going on and I regret it more than I can say. I knew Morgan wanted us to tell her story and to fight against the lies so things can change in the future for others. It has been and probably will still be the hardest thing Steve and I have ever done.

      Thank you so much for your condolences and I will take your support into my heart and it will be even stronger. Take care!

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