So excited!!! TIPS ARE COMING IN – Because of the tips that are coming in to me, I want to make sure everyone knows to direct those tips to Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers, but not to Garfield County, as the Garfield County Sheriffs have refused, up till now, to take any tips, leads or information in Morgan’s case. See the poster below – your tips can be anonymous when they go through Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers.
You can ALSO keep sending any and all of your “tips/leads” in Morgan’s case to me as well, but if you do, please also call them in, or text them in, to Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers, then you will be eligible for the reward – at least $1,000, and possibly more, depending on the tip. Thank you all – you are amazing and our family thanks you. #Justice4Morganin2018
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?
She also said, “We know through research that one in two of domestic stalkers, if they make a threat will act on it.”
If your local police or law enforcement do not make stalking a priority, when it comes to their protocol or policing plan – they will continue to fail the victims of stalking. There needs to be a National Protocol that is accepted and practiced in all agencies. Law enforcement needs to have the proper education and tools to deal with stalking situations. Victims need to be believed and assisted in any way possible. Please use your voice to help raise awareness and make these changes.
When I saw this quote, with the chess pieces, I just had to share it, “Try being informed instead of just opinionated”….it really does feel much better when you know what you say is really taken from facts, and not just from listening to some over-blown person on the web, that has no real knowledge of the crime, and there are many of them.
And here I go talking about Morgan’s stalking and murder case again. Why? Because I am her mother, a mother who lost her precious youngest child to someone’s sick obsessions, jealousy, and sexual fantasies – it’s not right, it needs to be stopped – all of our daughter’s should be safe, and allowed to live their life to the fullest, not cut short by some pathetic criminal, who remains free, because no one wants to use the money or manpower to investigate.
When a person is stalked it can be lethal, as it was in our daughter Morgan’s case. Don’t take my word for it – read and investigate what the “experts” say.
Laura is a renowned international expert on domestic violence, stalking, sexual violence and risk assessment. Quote from Laura, “If stalking is not a priority in your local policing plan or counted – police will continue to fail to record it or be trained to understand it.”
I want #Justice4Morgan, and I will absolutely not stop working towards justice for her until justice is served.