The Voice & Giggles of Love…You Can Hear Morgan’s Voice

I can still hear Morgan’s soft, sweet voice, as well as her laughter.  Here is a short recording that I found on her laptop, after she was gone – it was recorded during the stalking.  Throughout that horrific 4 months, we all kept trying our best to keep going, to have a life, and do all the things we used to do…it was hard, but the 3 of us tried.  Why?  Because we loved each other and didn’t want anyone or anything to change us.  But they did – they ended Morgan’s life, which changed us all forever.

This the recording Morgan made herself on her cell phone.  It is just a short recording of us goofing off.  She wanted to record me saying, “I Toni Ingram…,” but we kept laughing so hard I couldn’t finish what she wanted me to say.  You can hear Morgan say, “Alright, come on…” and then laugh.  We could never finish it because we were both laughing so hard.

I miss those times so much and it hurts…but I am so happy we had them.  I would never exchange all those moments, in the short 20 years that Morgan was in my life – never for anything else in the whole world.  I love her and miss her so much – life is, and never will be the same.  How could it be?  It never could.

When you have a child that has been taken from you forever, there will always be a hole in your heart that can never be filled – this is why there will never be closure for us – yes, we will continue to push forward for justice for Morgan, but closure…that will never happen, the pain will stay with our whole family forever.

THE PATHOLOGIST COULDN’T EVEN GET THE VICTIM’S EYE COLOR RIGHT – WAS HE BLIND?

MORGAN HAD BEAUTIFUL BLUE EYES –  BUT THAT IS NOT THE EYE COLOR THE PATHOLOGIST, DR. ROBERT KURTZMAN, WROTE ON HIS REPORTS.  HOW DID HE GET HER EYE COLOR WRONG AND NEVER CORRECT IT WHEN IT WAS BROUGHT TO HIS ATTENTION? – something as simple as her eye color…  

WHY DIDN’T HE MENTION, AND TEST, THE “SPOTS” SEEN UNDER THE UV LIGHT ON HER CHEST?  These “spots” were mentioned in the police report and the First Responders said it wasn’t from anything they used on her when they took over. What good is using a light to scan a possible crime scene for bodily fluids, if the light detects things, and those things are ignored and never tested…how does this make any sense?  Is this called investigating and following where the evidence leads?  I think not even close – why are possible crime scenes investigated by untrained people without any clue about a proper crime scene protocol?

HOW COULD THE PATHOLOGIST NOT BE SUSPICIOUS OF THE “ABRASIONS” AND “BROKEN NAILS” ON MORGAN’S RIGHT HAND, WRIST, AND BREAST, AS WELL AS THE WOUND ON HER FOREHEAD, AND INJECTION MARK ON THE INSIDE OF HER ARM? The crime scene photos, taken by the Deputy Coroner, clearly show this evidence, but the pathologist just glanced over it – I guess it didn’t fit his personal “speculation.”  The forensic pathologist, working for the coroner, in the state of Colorado at that time was the person responsible for the investigation of the crime scene, as well as the autopsy. He ignored all evidence, did not want any information from Morgan’s doctors, or family or other forensic medical examiners, ignored the scientific evidence from her toxicology reports and refused to fix all the mistakes he made on his reports.

HOW COULD HE NOT BE SUSPICIOUS OF THE “ABRASIONS” AND “BROKEN NAILS” ON HER RIGHT HAND –  These would normally be considered all obvious signs of a struggle.  What about the injection mark, with what looks like a bite mark over it, on the inside of her arm?  How the hell can he ignore that when she had a date rape drug “amitriptyline” in a massive amount (10x’s what would have killed her) in her blood – the amount that would have been in a vile at the ranch behind our house that “they” had access to, enough for a 1,200 lb. horse!

Why didn’t  the pathologist, Dr. Robert Kurtzman, do a rape kit on Morgan to make sure she wasn’t sexually assaulted?  Her pants were unzipped and unbuttoned and there was visible liquid on her pants, that even the First Responders wrote about – and yet no mention of this is in the pathologist’s reports, and he told me over the phone, that he is not allowed to do a rape kit unless the sheriffs tell him to do so.  And he is the one, according to Colorado law, responsible for the investigation.  Crazy – I know – infuriating and true!

Morgan was a young woman, killed during an active investigation into her felony stalking, and her death was called “suspicious” so she was taken to this pathologist, Dr. Robert Kurtzman, for an autopsy, and he doesn’t even test under her nails, not even where the nails are torn at an angle, doesn’t even do a rape kit, even though her pants are unzipped and unbuttoned, and clearly show no evidence of being on her body when she died, and her lividity became set (lividity shows she was dressed some time after death).

This all adds up to a staged crime scene, where her body was moved postmortem.  They could see from the frozen position of her bent legs and arms that she had not died lying flat down, or on a bed lying on her side – her body had been moved after it had frozen into the position she died in.  Body of proof.  Crime scene 101 – if you see evidence that the body has been moved, then someone else moved it…bodies do not move on their own.

The forensic pathologist, Dr. Robert Kurtzman, engaged in pure speculation – not scientific or medical certainty, as he is tasked to do – no, he botched Morgan’s autopsy, intentionally, or out of laziness, and ego, allowing her to never have an investigation into her suspicious death…but “suspicious” death was the reason her body was brought to him for an autopsy in the first place!

I know some people don’t like to hear that – it’s upsetting and scary.  But no amount of candy-coating, from people that do not want her death to be investigated, can change that fact.  Morgan still needs, and can receive justice for what was done to her.

All the evidence needed for Morgan’s case to become a homicide investigation was right there, the morning of her murder, for the sheriffs to see and collect, but they did not collect it, they did not write what they actually observed in their reports – they did nothing, but attempt to minimize an obvious murder scene. And I do not really believe that all the officers that were there that morning were all on board with this cover-up.  I think they did not want to go along with it, but they were given no choice and it has been eating them up ever since.  See how the ripple effect comes into play and there becomes so many lives altered from just one heinous act.   

The forensic pathologist, Dr. Robert Kurtzman, got nothing right…unless typing that Morgan was a 20-year-old female.  REMEMBER HE COULDN’T EVEN GET HER EYE COLOR CORRECT ON HIS REPORT!!!  

AND I COULD GO ON AND ON ABOUT THINGS THAT WERE NOT DONE, THINGS THAT WERE NEVR MENTIONED…HORRIFYING THAT OUR DAUGHTER’S AUTOPSY WAS LEFT UP TO A PATHOLOGIST THAT DID NONE OF THE REQUIRED PROCEDURES, INSTEAD HE ENGAGED IN PURE SPECULATION, NOT SCIENTIFIC OR MEDICAL CERTAINTY – all adding up to our daughter Morgan not receiving justice yet, and murderer(s) remaining free to reoffend.

This is a true American horror story, and it needs to end now.  Morgan needs her case investigated, she needs justice and I feel for the other families who have lost loved ones in Montana, where Dr. Kurtzman is now performing autopsies.

– Morgan needs justice because justice is a RIGHT –

Help Solve This Unsolved Crime – Justice For Morgan!

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Morgan loved & cared about everyone – now we can all help. Talk to each other about her stalking and murder – listen and call the tip line at NORCO with any little bit of information…you can stay anonymous. There is a reward for information leading to an arrest, you can become a hero for Morgan.

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If I hide my head in the sand does that mean nothing bad ever happened?

Sadly at times this is so very true 🙁  It’s hard for me to understand why people don’t want to see the obvious truth that lies right in front of their eyes, but I guess many people have studied the “why” and have come up with their own studied ideas about this occurrence.

Nietzsche (below) was one of Morgan’s favorite philosophers.  He said people need their illusions.

“Sometimes people don’t want to hear the truth because they don’t want their illusions destroyed.” Nietzsche

Below is a good article that explains why some people would rather believe a lie than look at the ugly reality of a situation.  It’s very sad to me that people feel like this, but some do.  Many times the truth hurts, and most people would rather live a lie than have to face the truth.  I am not sure how they do it.  For me I would have loved to believe our precious daughter Morgan had died from natural causes vs. being sexually attacked, beaten and bit, then murdered…but then the truth to me was more important than being spared that pain.  So when the evidence and the facts started to reveal that she was in fact murdered, I allowed that searing pain in, then sucked it up, and pushed forward to make sure Morgan will receive justice someday.  My husband Steve & I continue our push to have justice served to the ones that did this to her, and we will never give up.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-second-noble-truth/201403/the-big-lie

“Viciousness is part of the world we live in, some of us choose to ignore it with the rationalisation of wanting only positivity to flow our way. How selfish we have become! That the pain of others has become a hindrance to the fulfilment of our positive selves.” – Aysha Taryam