Trust your gut…

The best and brightest criminal investigators trust their “gut,” or what we call intuition. We should too.

Criminal cases get solved when the investigating detective asks many questions, of many people, and then circles back around, after getting conflicting answers (even in the reports you can read the officer’s comment that they “feel” the suspect is lying) to find out WHY they are getting conflicting answers…that’s what they mean by following the evidence in a case.  You question, and question, and question some more.  In most of the cases, that I have now assisted on, I have come to realize that the co-victims, the family of the victim, have many answers that can help solve the case, but they aren’t always asked.  In so many cases the families don’t even realize they have important answers, but they do – they just need someone to ask the right questions.  And sometimes, when they volunteer answers, their words fall on deaf ears…again, I ask WHY?  How can a crime get solved if you don’t want to know the answers?

Everyone involved in a criminal case should work towards the truth.  Every case should be about the truth – if it is not investigated to the fullest, using integrity and ethical practices, then how can it be about the truth?  How can cases ever be solved?  How can there ever be justice for the innocent?  And how can we keep repeat offenders, like the recently arrested Golden State killer, from accumulating more and more victims?  We are so lucky to have the science of DNA evolving to where it is now, but remember DNA analysis only works if law enforcement collects the evidence.  And that is my thought for the day…


Found this image from Andrew Nolan and had to share…it is so very true!

To really find out the truth about something you need to ask questions…lots of questions, sometimes many times, you need to ask multiple people to get to the truth.  Because when it comes to a murder investigation, believe it or not, sometimes people that are involved in that murder don’t want to reveal the truth – why? Because they don’t want to be arrested, or sometimes they actually have information about the murder, but are frightened that someone that is capable of killing another, might come after them…fear is a big motivator!  It’s not right – it’s taking the side of evil, and it implicates those who know the truth about the murder (they now become accomplices), but out of fear many people stay quiet…and risk becoming involved when the lid is blown off at a later date…that is called, “free will.”

So if you really want to know the truth – ask questions, don’t just listen to a small group of people on the Internet that purport to be experts, because they are not – they are people that were never involved in Morgan’s case, have never seen any of the evidence, don’t know what they are talking about, and yet continually give false statements about a crime they have absolutely no knowledge of…I can guess what their real motivation is, and it is very possible that I have proof about their real connection to the criminals in Morgan’s case, but that is not something, at this time, that I am ready to share with anyone.

I do know that #Justice4Morgan is coming – and I have no time to hate…it would only distract me from my end goal, which is justice.  So I would like to thank everyone for their continual support and encouragement – it has been a long time fighting for justice, and I greatly appreciate your continued and sustained support!