BREAKING NEWS – Has Morgan’s murderer killed before?

Has Morgan’s murderer killed before?  WE NOW HAVE REASON TO BELIEVE HE HAS…

So many things have come to our attention in the last couple of months.  All of them have been shocking revelations –  here is one that I have decided to share with you at this time, and it is HUGE!

I can’t give you all the details, because it is part of an ongoing active investigation. I am not at liberty to divulge the information that I know, just as the law enforcement agency doing the investigation will not allow me to know all the details they have about the ongoing investigation – until it is complete.

First a little background information…

Back in 2012, a women whom I had never met before, a retired sheriff out of Northern California, wrote to me, after reading this blog. She was working on a theory that one of the “suspects” in Morgan’s stalking was what criminalists call an “organized murderer,” who had most likely killed before. This woman started looking into other murders that had the same MO, in places where this “suspect” had lived before. One murder in-particular jumped out at her and she started to investigate it on her own. She contacted me with the information she had found, but in 2012, only a year after Morgan’s murder, I just couldn’t emotionally wrap my mind around that concept, so I did nothing with the information. Sadly, this amazing retired sheriff then succumbed to cancer, and the connection she had uncovered was never followed up by me…until recently.

Ressler et al. (1986) claimed that “. . . facets of the criminal’s personality are evident in his offense. Like a fingerprint, the crime scene can be used to aid in identifying the murderer.” This “fingerprint” is proposed to take one of two distinct forms, either organized or disorganized. Evidence in Morgan’s murder has a distinct and unusual “fingerprint” that is not normally found in most murders.  This same “fingerprint” of evidence exists in the other murder that the retired sheriff investigated.

When a close friend of Morgan’s suggested we go speak with a lawyer he knew about Morgan’s case, thinking that maybe this lawyer could give us his opinion about why law enforcement was fighting so hard to pretend Morgan wasn’t murdered, we decided to do just that.  We met with this lawyer, and showed him some of the evidence and information we had about Morgan’s case.  After reviewing what we showed him, he looked Steve and I in the eye, and solemnly stated, “I believe Morgan’s killer will kill again, and then, at that time, law enforcement will come knocking on your door requesting all the information you have, all the information that they previously never wanted.”  This was an extremely upsetting statement to hear.

I would never want another girl to go through what Morgan went through…in my mind that would mean I didn’t fight hard enough to get her killer off the streets.  The lawyer told us he understood how upsetting it sounded, but he reiterated that it was not our fault, it was the fault and responsibility of law enforcement, not us.  Anyway, remembering what the lawyer had said, along with re-reading the old emails from the retired sheriff about this other cold case, I decided to Google the other victim’s name.  I then reached out to the investigating agency with the information I had received from this retired sheriff back in 2012.  The lead investigator on the other 20-year-old victim’s case contacted me, asked a bunch of specific questions about Morgan’s case, and then asked to see the crime scene photos.  The investigator felt there were some very compelling reasons that the two cases could possibly be connected.  After I had complied with all their requests, I was told this is an open investigation and they can no longer talk about it to me until their investigation is completed…

Now we sit and wait.  There is a very strong possibility that these two cases are connected, and I guess in time we will know. I’m sure you can imagine how upset and sick I am over all of this.  The battle, over all these 6 + years to get Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario to do the right thing and investigate Morgan’s murder, has been exhausting and unimaginable.  Why would a sheriff, whose job it is to protect people from crime, want to allow a murderer to go free?  Why would Vallario push so hard to keep Morgan’s case from being a case?  Why did he fight so hard to try to keep Crime Stoppers from posting a reward for information on Morgan’s case?  Why all the cover-up?  The amount of blowback he has put forth in Morgan’s case is inexcusable!

Maybe when the last of all these pieces come together, the answer to those questions will become apparent.  I want Sheriff Vallario to know this is never going away – we will keep pushing for justice for Morgan and all other victims who no longer have a voice.  We will not be silenced.  I wonder what he will say when this other victim’s investigation is completed, if in fact it is found that it is connected to the same “suspect” in Morgan’s stalking and murder?

Sheriff Vallario knows Morgan was stalked and murdered – of that I have no doubt.  He has seen all the evidence that supports it.  He claims he stands behind the Coroner’s findings in Morgan’s case, but what he fails to share is that the Coroner got all his information exclusively from the Sheriff’s own detective, and the Coroner was not allowed to make any changes without the detective’s permission.  The Sheriff also maintained absolute authority over any evidence the pathologist was allowed to view or not view, as well as any tests he was allowed to run or not run during the autopsy…the pathologist told us he was not allowed to test under Morgan’s nails for DNA, nor was he allowed to test for rape or chloroform, because the detective did not direct him to do so.  This is shocking because if you actually read Colorado law this is not what the law states is supposed to happen – but it did happen.  If you read Colorado law – it clearly gives absolute authority to the Coroner, but why this authority was then passed on to the Sheriff, and then he pretends to have no involvement in the manner of death, is just another one of the unanswered questions in Morgan’s death.  So again…when Sheriff Vallario says he stands behind the ruling of the Coroner he is being deceptive.

Sheriff Vallario is trying to re-write history now by stripping out much of the wording his officer’s reports and getting rid of evidence.  He also knows quite well that all the false information given to the Coroner came from his own office and not from any investigation that the Coroner did…but he likes to act like he had no part in keeping Morgan’s capital murder from being investigated.  Isn’t that obstruction of justice?

I believe Sheriff Vallario is going to eventually have a problem, because there are others in law enforcement who really do care about the truth, and the truth is never going away.  Tick tock, tick tock, the truth is pushing it’s way to the top.

On an aside…I wonder if others may be having a conscience and will decide to come forward to do the right thing, even though Vallario hasn’t?  I guess we will see…if it is discovered that others in his department knew what was going on, and still decided to maintain their silence, they will be held responsible as well for being part of a conspiracy to obstruct justice…I wonder if they realize that?

#Justice4Morgan!

 

 

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…

Suspects threatened to sue – did they sue?

           NO –  I was not sued, although that is another false statement, one of many, being passed around on the Internet.  The following are the facts about what really happen, and they are pretty outrageous, but true!

  • During the stalking the Ingrams were advised by Garfield County Sheriff Deputy Rob Glassmire to hold off on getting a Protection Order against “the suspect Keenan Vanginkel” so they would have a better chance of “catching him in the act.”  Which you all know did not happen in time, and Morgan ended up dead.
  • Then in 2012, Christina and Brooke Harris filed a TRO against the Ingrams and claimed in court that Toni’s blog (this blog) was targeting and threatening them. Their claims were dismissed.
  • A temporary restraining order (TRO) is a compelling legal option for anyone,  It can require the abuser to keep at least 100 yards away from the victim, enforceable by arrest. In this case, even though the judge admitted, in the first court appearance, that this was not the proper venue for their complaints against the Ingrams, as the blog was protected under the Freedom of Speech ACT – he would keep the case open for a short while, giving the Harris’ time to prove their concerns – which they ultimately could not do.
  • A TRO will stay in effect for 15-20 days, or until the court-ordered hearing “Order to Show Cause” to evaluate the TRO with both parties present takes place.
  • Jamis Harris claimed to the court that he couldn’t afford a lawyer so he was using Alpine Legal Services. And yet we had to hire a lawyer to defend us…against our stalker!
  • The Harris’ lawyer, Jonathan Shamis, executive director of Alpine Legal Services at that time, represented the Harris’.  Alpine Legal Services, Inc., is a private, non-profit legal assistance agency. While representing the Harris’ Mr. Shamis had to finally recuse himself, as he had acted as a stalker himself, just as the Harris’ had, and not only called and threatened me, during the time of the TRO, but also contacted a supporter of ours with threats – and he was an attorney, he was an officer of the court!  Physical proof was given to the courts and at that time and Mr. Shamis recused himself, and the judge closed the case.
  • And what does the state of Colorado do with people like Mr. Shamis when they do something this unethical?  They make them a judge! http://www.leadvilleherald.com/free_content/article_ed53bbe4-ff94-11e2-a08c-001a4bcf6878.html 
  • It is a known fact that in many cases criminals have tried to use the legal system to go after the victims, as was done in our case.
  • Keenan’s family has sent me messages expressing they were going to sue me, just like the Harris’ did – they did not sue me and neither did the Harris’.  If they had we would have been able to produce evidence in a court of law showing evidence of the stalking, and who was involved.  In a civil case, unlike a criminal case, you only need the preponderance of proof – we have plenty of evidence and would have loved a venue in which to produce the proof…guess they were advised against a lawsuit.

Why am I telling you all this now?  Well, I feel it’s important for people to know how the law can sometimes be used against victims of stalking, and stalkers and bullies come from all different walks of life. Many stalkers know how to use our justice system to their advantage – but victims should never give up…keep up the fight when you know you are right.  In the immortal words in the song by Bono from U2, “Don’t let the bastards grind you down.”

As AEQUITAS has said, “Typically the perpetrator harrasses and attacks the victims and victim’s family.  Often the Offender’s family members and friends attack (they say don’t snitch to others).  When members of the criminal justice system do not respond appropriately to intimidation and fail to correct system deficiences that enable opportunities to intimidate they become inadvertent accomplices to the intimidators.  The victim, victim’s or witness’ immediate family, including spouses, children and pets become targets.”

This is another aspect of stalking that I want to bring awareness to…stalking is serious and victims of stalking need to have the proper response from law enforcement.  Criminals should not have more protections then the victims!

 

 

 

Yippee!!! TIPS ARE COMING IN – Please remember to give your tips to Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers

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

http://nococrimestoppers.com/unsolved-crimes/morgan-jennifer-ingram-suspicious-death

https://www.facebook.com/nococrimestoppers/app/208195102528120/

Colorado Needs a Criminal Justice Revolution!

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THIS IS WHAT COLORADO NEEDS – A criminal justice revolution!

Transparency that will lead to accountability – no more flying-blind…victims will see more justice.

The Florida Legislature has passed a bill that would bring unprecedented levels of transparency to the criminal justice system.

https://www.wired.com/story/florida-criminal-justice-data-sharing/