Please share with everyone you know, and if you can please Tweet a link to this post to any, or all, the Colorado Representatives listed in the hash tags below (especially Kent Lambert of the 9th District where the crime occurred @KentLambert) …let’s get justice for Morgan!
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.
Living life to the fullest means never living in fear, following your path, and being of service to others – it is an awesome feeling. Thanks!
Just wanted to share with you all again, the Morgan Ingram Scholarship for Theatre, that was set up right after her death. This year’s application deadline is over, and now I am waiting to hear who was awarded this year’s scholarship. Education was a HUGE thing in Morgan’s life and she was always trying to encourage others to stay in school and try to go to college…so this is important to Steve & I as well.
Below was the beginning of the Morgan Ingram Memorial Scholarship. I would like to thank again, everyone who has donated to this Scholarship since it’s inception. It means a lot to us and I know it means a lot to Morgan <3 I will let you all know who this year’s recipients are as soon as I am notified. Thanks again!
Stalkers can be driven by several different reasons, and most have stalked more than one person in their lifetime. Stalkers are obsessed with their victims, and this obsession is expressed in many ways. Some common reasons for this obsession include power, control, and sometimes revenge.
Most stalkers don’t take responsibility for their actions – they blame others for making them do what they do (check out DARVO for a better understanding http://dynamic.uoregon.edu/jjf/defineDARVO.html). Stalkers who have had intimate relationships with their victims have been shown to be much more aggressive and violent (both male and female perpetrators). Relationship violence perpetrators often stalk their victims during the course of the relationship and especially after the victim leaves the relationships.
Each year, 6.6 million people are stalked in the United States. Women are nearly three times more likely to be stalked than men. It is important to remember both men and women can be victims of stalking. Nearly 3 in 4 victims know their offender in some capacity.▪ From Network of Victim Assistance http://www.novabucks.org/otherinformation/stalking/
WE NEED TO CHANGE THESE STATISTICS – WE NEED TO ALL PULL TOGETHER TO SAY THIS HAS GOT TO STOP, AND WE NEED TO MAKE ALL THE CHANGES THAT NEED TO BE MADE IN ORDER TO PROTECT THESE VICTIMS – AS WELL AS OUR OWN LOVED ONES THAT COULD BECOME VICTIMS…NO MATTER WHERE YOU LIVE!