JUSTICE FOR MORGAN…

This poster is one that a supporter made for Morgan…this supporter has also lost her sister to murder, in Colorado, a staged crime scene just like Morgan’s with no investigation and her listed manner of death was also “suicide,” when the evidence actually supports murder. What is up with Colorado? Why don’t they let the evidence lead them to the true cause and manner of death? Why do they continue to ignore the evidence? #JusticeForMorgan #JusticeforHolly

Painful & Happy Tears…

Morgan loved her keyboard and played it almost every day, from the moment she acquired it. Listening to her play her music and sing was always the highlight of my day. After Morgan died we packed her keyboard away…all these years it never again would play her beautiful music. We left it in storage, along with so many more things of Morgan’s. Last week our son Ryan unpacked Morgan’s keyboard.

Steve & I had finally taken Morgan’s keyboard out of storage, and we gave it to Ryan for our grandchildren to use. It was hard, but I knew Morgan was happy we did it. We realized that it wasn’t right that it was hidden away in storage all these years and never used. Our little 8-year-old grandson had recently gone to his great grandparent’s house, and without any training, he started playing their piano…when I heard this, I just knew our grandchildren needed Morgan’s keyboard. They used to call Morgan their Aunt Gigi, and now they have Gigi’s keyboard to continue playing beautiful music. Boy, does this planet need more music or what? I think so…

Anyway, Ryan unpacked the keyboard the other night and set it up – they sent us a text and said as soon as it was unpacked they all started crying. Yes, Morgan’s death still hurts everyone, not just us, her parents, but so many others all these years later.

Getting justice for Morgan won’t bring her back, and it won’t give anyone closure, BUT we still fight and wait for the knowledge and peace that comes when justice is served.

#JusticeForMorgan

The Pursuit of Police Transparency and Search for Justice

‘SURVIVORS’ is available for order in both paperback and Kindle formats. I was honored to be a contributor to this book – you can read about Morgan’s story in Chapter 7.

‘Survivors’ was released on August 1, 2010, only 3 weeks ago, and it is still the #1 New Release on Amazon under Criminal Evidence, with all 5-star ratings. Yay! It’s a great read and hard to put down. I would encourage you to read it if you have the chance.

I am so very grateful to Dennis Griffin for all his expertise and hard work that he has put into this book, as well as his dedication to the families/co-victims of all these under-investigated cases. The Washington Post did research on only REPORTED cases of homicide, (like many of these stories in the book, so many suspicious deaths that are real homicides go unreported because they have been misreported) and The Washington Post stated, “Out of 54,868 homicides in 55 cities, over the past decade, 50 percent did not result in an arrest.” In my opinion, in this day and age, this is not acceptable. This is “murder with impunity!

“The survivors of victims of murder and suspicious death are often victimized twice—first by the loss of their loved one and subsequently by the system they rely on for justice. In pursuit of police transparency and search for justice, retired investigator Dennis Griffin takes us inside the world of real crime cases to expose the shocking truth behind the alarming number of unsolved murders and suspicious deaths classified as accidental, self-inflicted, or natural—with little to no investigation.” Listen here to ImaginePublicity on Air on Blog Talk Radio doing an interview: Dennis N. Griffin and SURVIVORS Anthology. https://www.blogtalkradio.com/insidelenz/2019/08/07/imaginepublicity-on-air-dennis-n-griffin-and-survivors-anthology?fbclid=IwAR0FzCj9-NIN8Pllj1D9BVCRIoQ-u9fwuTIuIk9KaMofU0Fc7ATa9bdqMEc

Read & Share the Website…Morgan’s Stalking & Murder & listen to the interview of Larry Young as well

If you haven’t already, please read & share the website http://morganingram.com/stalking.html

Once on the website you will see the tabs that read, Home, Story, Blog, Links, Press, MJ, Donate – there are also other links below on the from page that say, Her Life, Her Stalking, Her Murder, The Investigation, Wanted Poster – Website Mission, Changing Laws, Tip Line and Disclaimer. If you haven’t already, please click on all of these and read about this case.

Like Eckhart Tolle said, “Awareness is most certainly the greatest agent for change,” https://www.bodybrainexercise.com/awareness-is-the-greatest-agent-for-change.html and that is exactly what I am trying to accomplish…change. We need to change the ‘playing field’ for victims, as well as co-victims (the families and friends left behind after a horrific murder). Right now that field favors the perpetrator, not the victim, as sad and unbelievable as that sounds. In so many cases families, such as ours, are not given the evidence that law enforcement has, for many years, and not without heavy intervention, even when there is no active investigation at the time. The families have every right to have that evidence and conduct their own investigation, if law enforcement does not. One father is still fighting for justice for his daughter and in the meantime he has raised awareness and changed the law in his state – the new law is called “Molly’s Law” and every state should have a “Molly’s Law.” This is the type of change to the ‘playing field’ that I am trying to facilitate.

Listen here to the Lynda Cheldelin Fell on ‘Moments of Hope’ and the ‘Grief Diaries’ http://griefdiaries.com on a Facebook live interview with Larry Young talking about his daughter Molly. As Lynda says, “This is a shocking true story about one father’s pursuit of police transparency and justice.” https://www.facebook.com/GriefDiaries/videos/710016289473831/

An Excerpt Shared From The Book ‘Survivors’

Dennis N. Griffin, with the Transparency Project, shared the following on Facebook on Friday, August 16, 2019.

An excerpt from Chapter 7 of the SURVIVORS book, the Morgan Ingram story written by her mother, Toni Ingram: We reported incidents of stalking over 70 times in four months. We had photographic, video and eye-witness proof of the stalker. We kept a detailed timeline of the incidents. The main suspect is named over and over in the police reports, emails and text messages, with his accomplice, who was somewhat protected (and redacted from the reports), as she was still a minor. According to the deputies, they both had extensive criminal records which we would never see because their records were sealed.Then, on the morning of December 2, 2011, we found our daughter dead in her bed. This was only four days before she was scheduled to give her on-camera statement to the sheriffs for an impending arrest of the suspect in her stalking case. The detectives had told the suspects this detail only days before her murder.Her room was the scene of an obvious struggle. Her panic button, which was hidden by her bed, and would summon her father with a baseball bat if pushed, had been torn off and tossed across the room. Her cell phone, which she always kept in bed next to her as she slept, was found under her bathroom door. Her pants were unbuttoned and unzipped, her bottom bed sheet was missing, her pillow cases and the pajamas she had worn to bed, were gone as well. There was blood on her forehead, lips and teeth, her nose looked smashed, she had a fat lip, tangled hair, abrasions on the top and bottom of her right hand, three torn nails on her right hand, and amazingly, her hands were frozen in rigor, “signing” the first and last letters of the stalking suspect’s name! The sheriffs dismissed all this evidence, called her a slob, and her death was ruled to be from natural causes.

This book is #1 on Amazon under new releases in criminal evidence – with all 5-star ratings so far! Yay 😀 If you haven’t already ordered it I would highly recommend it. Hard to put down, once you start reading it. SURVIVORS is now available for order in both paperback and Kindle formats. Read about Morgan’s story.