When did the pain of others become something to be ignored?

I believe victims need to speak up. It’s hard, but their voices need to be heard, even when others around them do not want to hear about it.  If they do not speak out, then crimes against humanity will continue unabated.

They need to speak loud and speak clear – these victims and co-victims live with so much pain that it is hard for them to speak out – but speak out they must, or the pattern of abuse and murder will continue to repeat itself.

When victims speak out, as we are now hearing in the #MeToo movement, the rest of us have to listen and believe, in order to make the critical changes this world needs.  We need to love, respect and help each other – it doesn’t darken our lives, it illuminates our lives!

 

Stalkers have been known to abuse/kill their victim’s pets…

“Animal abuse is also often used by stalkers as a means of terrifying and distressing the victim with dead pets being left for them to find on their doorsteps. Animal abuse is a high risk indicator and predictive of a high risk of serious harm or homicide being inflicted on the victim.”http://www.rachelhorman.co.uk/2018/03/animal-abuse-and-coercive-control/ 

“Killing of a victim’s pet is a frightening act which indicates dangerousness and high risk.” https://acws.ca/sites/default/files/documents/STALKINGHandout.pdf

“Although only 2 percent of stalkers commit homicide, half of them threaten their victims with violence or say they are going to damage property or injure pets, according to studies.” https://www.nytimes.com/1998/08/25/science/researchers-unravel-the-motives-of-stalkers.html

“Acts of cruelty against animals are now counted alongside felony crimes like arson, burglary, assault, and homicide in the FBI’s expansive criminal database.” https://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/-tracking-animal-cruelty

Suspect Keenan Vanginkel had NO alibi…

 Let’s talk about a biometric time clock…solid evidence that he had NO alibi, not even on the night of Morgan’s murder!

The “suspect” in Morgan’s stalking has told anyone that will listen to him that he had an alibi for every incident of stalking.  He says he was always at work, caught on camera stocking shelves…this is a HUGE LIE, how can he be on camera at work if he is not at work?

In the over 71 incidents of stalking, there are only 2 times, evidenced by his timesheet from work, that he was actually clocked in at work.  Only 2 times!  So if he wasn’t clocked in at work how was he on camera stocking shelves?  He wasn’t. Go ahead and read the timeline from the beginning – I have added screen shots of his work hours out of the police reports. But don’t just take my word for it – look for yourself, starting from the first day of the stalking from my timeline http://morganingram.com/wordpress/?p=389 

And to make it even more interesting, we were told by one of the detectives assigned to our case, as well as the head of Security for City Market (where he worked at the time) that the employees used a biometric clock to clock in and out as well as for their one “lunch break,” but other than those times the clock was not used for “in-between” breaks. And our house was less than a 5 minute drive from City Market so he could definitely make it to our house, bang on windows and drive back to work, all in the time people take for a smoke break.

Just another FACT to think about.  Although, we do know this was a gang stalking and others were involved, but then again, he knows who they are.  He had one of them do an “alibi” walk around in order to get “caught” on 5 of our cameras on a night when he went out of state – the sheriffs were getting too close to an arrest at the time and he needed the heat taken off him.  I guess, as usual, no one wants to be the first to talk.  Sad thing is, the first person to give it up is usually the person that doesn’t go down for the crime…food for thought, wonder who is going to go for the golden ticket?  The clock is ticking and the time is coming – justice is right around the corner, but do the ones involved have that “gut” feeling, or do they have any feelings at all?  I wonder…

Unsolved homicide…Garfield County Colorado’s dirty little secret…

Make no mistake, Morgan’s death is an unsolved homicide.  Our family wants one thing, and one thing only…justice for Morgan!

Every year introduces at least 5,000 more unsolved murders – and these statistics don’t even take into account the many murders, like Morgan’s, being disguised as accidental or suicidal deaths, these suspicious deaths that are “staged” to look like something other than murder.  https://www.economist.com/news/united-states/21656725-police-fail-make-arrest-more-third-nations-killings-getting-away

Another interesting fact, that I had no knowledge of previously, is that even though cities and counties are suppose to report their crime statistics to the F.B.I. they don’t always do it (I have been told it is an unenforceable law) – in many cases they can just decide it isn’t a crime, and then they don’t report it…Garfield County records show that in the 10-year-span leading up to, and including Morgan’s murder, they had NO murders, many suicides and accidental deaths, and of course, natural causes, but no murders.

Amazing, especially after finding out that Garfield County contains the Piceance Basin which has some of the highest oil and gas activity in the state.  https://source.colostate.edu/garfield-county-air-quality-study-results-presented-to-public/

So how can states like North Dakota have such a spike in crime that comes with the fracking and yet Garfield County, CO has nothing? Reminds me of… “Curiouser and curiouser!”  Alice was so surprised by the strange circumstances she found herself in that she (and Carroll) made up a word, according to the Oxford English Dictionary. The expression is still used to mean that something is getting increasingly confoundinghttp://www.foxnews.com/us/2014/04/12/dark-side-nd-oil-boom-meth-heroin-cartels-all-part-growing-drug-trade-1418696252.html

Just another “interesting” fact – sometimes you just have to keep these facts in the back of your mind until sometime later on when some more pieces of the puzzle come into focus.  I am sure there are people somewhere that benefit from counties looking safer than they really are…

From Police Magazine “When purposely committed, the impetus for such statistical “errors” may be a strategic feint, an attempt to create an illusion of vulnerability, or strength, depending on one’s agenda. Within law enforcement agencies, that feint can be the illusion of success, particularly in metropolitan areas where a desire to attract the dollars of citizens, visitors, tourists, and businesses trumps concerns over the welfare of that patronage.” http://www.policemag.com/channel/patrol/articles/2013/10/what-s-really-going-on-with-crime-rates.aspx