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 in to focus.  I am sure there are people somewhere that benefit from counties looking safer than they really are…

 

 

When A Suspect Lies…

This was the supplemental report that went along with the recording shown on the Crime Watch Daily 4-part series https://crimewatchdaily.com/2017/10/24/suicide-or-murder-what-happened-to-morgan-ingram/

This interview was done on March 25, 2012 – over 3 months after Morgan’s murder.  They were still investigating the “stalking” at that time, not her suspicious death, because the pathologist listed her Manner of Death as Natural Causes, so there was NO investigation by the sheriffs.

Keenan Vanginkel was still the SUSPECT because he was involved in Morgan’s stalking – he had NEVER been cleared, and yet he still insists to this day, that he was CLEARED as a suspect in the stalking, right in the beginning of the investigation, before the murder…obviously that is another lie.  Morgan had identified him numerous times to the sheriffs and he is in the police reports as the “SUSPECT.”

When the Garfield County Sheriffs closed the stalking case in May of 2012 we were told if a suspect lies to them there is nothing they can do…seriously, we were told that by Detective Glassmire!  Can you imagine what the crime statistics in this country would look like if every law enforcement officer/detective believed that?  If that were the case there would be no need for jails, as most criminals do not admit to their crimes – it is the duty of law enforcement to investigate and prove that the suspect did the crime, not drop the case because the suspect won’t admit their guilt.  In this case we had more than enough evidence for the sheriffs to build a solid case, but the detective said they were told to close the case by their superior…I wonder who the “superior” was he was referring to and what was the reason that “superior” needed to have this case closed.  That same detective pounded on his chest and said, “It doesn’t matter what Detective Alstatt and I believe in here – we have to do what we are told.”

If you haven’t already – please click on the blog link below, “Do parents cover for their children – even when they murder?  Keenan, as well as both his parents, and stepfather, and others have gone on to LIE about where he was the night of December 2, 2011…why?  His story keeps changing. At first he told others that he was out of state – but now we have his work hours from the police report, so we know that was a lie.  Then he has said he was at work when she died – another lie.  Morgan’s body shows she was murdered BEFORE he got to work at 2:00 am in the morning on the 2nd.  He says he has proof he worked that night because the City Market cameras show he was at work…another twist on the truth.  I am sure the cameras show him at work after 2:00 am, but not before…so again, there goes his alibi.  Ask yourself – why would an innocent person have to change their story over and over again, and have others lie for him as well?

 

Do parents cover for their children – even when they murder?

And now, I’d like to tell you the FACTS about how Brooke’s parents tried to cover for their daughter, who was also involved in Morgan’s stalking, and I believe she had a part in Morgan’s murder as well.  There are a lot of FACTS that go along with this, so I will make it a separate blog…stay tuned, I will try to get that blog out as soon as possible.

Chicago Cop’s Death Was A Staged Crime Scene…

FBI report: Chicago cop’s shooting death staged to appear as a suicide

The five-page report contradicts Cook County officials’ ruling that Sgt. Donald Markham had shot himself in September 2015.

Jan 12, 2018  https://www.policeone.com/investigations/articles/469115006-FBI-report-Chicago-cops-shooting-death-staged-to-appear-as-a-suicide/

A homicide, or “death at the hands of another,” is exactly what the evidence appears to point to, not only in the case about the Chicago cop, but also in the death of our daughter, Morgan Ingram.  The lividity on her body was “fixed” (showing she had died in a completely different position then we found her in) and it is consistent with her body having been moved after death (postmortem), and “posed” in a completely different position than the position she died in.  Only up to the first six hours of death can lividity be altered by moving the body. After the six hour mark lividity is fixed as blood vessels begin to break down within the body. Rigor mortis and lividity are some of the key factors that are used when Estimating the Time of Death. It wasn’t that we put her on the floor, as per the 911 operator, in order to perform CPR – that is the most ludicrous assumption some uninformed people over the Internet have made.  It was a staged crime scene plain and simple and just this one FACT should have been all the sheriffs needed to investigate, but they didn’t – why?

Her hands were frozen in rigor with her last message to the world –  announcing who her murderer was – what more did the sheriffs want?  Did they want her attacker’s name written in blood?