Morgan has rocks against her windows again. It is early in the morning, she is not sure when, but does not want to wake up. She wants to sleep. Last night she thinks she drank something bad, and she felt funny at first. Tired and very uncertain, both at the same time. She did not like it at all and could not wait to leave where she was. She found help leaving and getting to somewhere that she felt safe. She had memories, but did not share them at first. She found solace in a couch and a friend to watch over her while she recovered. Read again on the previous post – the suspect, Keenan did not work that evening.
Not knowing what had happened or who did it, she was very optimistic to be guessing at recovery times. Morgan was so used to bouncing back from anything that she thought this would be no different. She called last night to tell me what had happened and that she was going to be fine. She just wanted to sleep it off and then come home. She promised to call if anything changed. I trusted the person that was with her very much. I knew he would keep a close eye on Morgan and call me in an instant if anything did really seem amiss. For the moment she was just out of it.
A little while later I had a change of heart and had her friend bring her home so I could watch over her too. To think that her stalker or his accomplices could have slipped something into her water was not out of the realm of possibility, and I decided not to take a chance. Morgan always had her own water bottle with her, but didn’t always watch it when she was with those she thought were friends.
In the morning Morgan did not look well. She was aware enough to know that 2 or 3 rocks had hit her windows in the early am – Morgan didn’t know the exact time because she didn’t want to wake us up – she said we would call the sheriff’s and then she would be up all night again.
I didn’t tell her that her father and I had had essentially the same talk a couple of nights before. I told her it was important that we report every incident and that some day it will be very important.
Morgan looked at me and said, simply, “Important to who?” We had reported so much to the sheriffs over the past months and they never changed their protocol – they were never going to change and in turn they would never catch her stalker.
I told her in the afternoon when our time slots were with Monica to get our haircuts and I asked her is she wanted to go first or after me? She wanted to be there the whole time, because she thought I needed fashion help, and so we went together. Studio 2 in Carbondale is quiet and relaxing. Monica talked with us, and then when Morgan stepped into the side room for some tea – Monica came almost running and bent over to whisper to me – Morgan looks like the life is getting sucked out of her by this f*****!
Monica knew about Morgan’s stalker and was a better judge than I, as she saw Morgan far less frequently than I. I didn’t know how to answer and I looked at Morgan in a new light when she returned. Se did look undisputedly like all of the pressure was wearing on her. She certainly was not herself. I took a picture as we left and she was so happy, so glad that we had spent the afternoon together. She was talking about becoming a yoga instructor to supplement her income while going to college (her classes were to start in January). She explained how she was going to make Steve and I go to her classes. How good it was going to be for us…
Today is October 31, 2012 – Halloween is in full swing. Someone passes out candy and we sit in front of an inviting fire. Friends we haven’t seen in so many months are stopping by to say hi. I will easily admit that I tear up when I look at the picture I took of Morgan on our beauty salon day. It was too much for her. Being stalked is too much for anyone. She was such a brave girl, and Steve always say now that it is not fair she had to be such a brave girl. And he is right! It is not fair that those who had jobs did not do them, not at all. A stalker came to our house at night at least five times a week. The sheriffs knew who it was – knew where he worked, but could not manage to follow him or stake out a time and a place in order to have fast intervention. They knew the stalking was escalating – what did they think the outcome would be? Much easier now to say he never existed. I already did a blog on that once before, don’t think I should have to again.
There is a thought that has been with me today – caught in the act. Our stalker was never really caught in the act. Never positively caught in the act by the sheriff’s deputies. Does that mean my daughter Morgan or Steve & I never had a stalker? Hardly. Let’s talk serial killers for a moment.
The Green River Killer had 39 to 78 murders to his credit. Served in the armed forces, was married once. As a young child, Ridgway was tested with an I.Q. of 82. Ever caught in the act? No, it was DNA that caught him.
Our local murderer, Ted Bundy, did 30 murders in four years. Ever caught in the act? No, it was evidence found in his car that finally convicted him.
Richard Ramiriez, the night stalker, I was in LA at that time and people were really scared. “A living nightmare, a boogey man who invaded bedrooms and tore innocent people from their dreams.” Cases too numerous to count. But was he ever caught in the act? No, it was a description of his car as he fled the scene that aided in his capture.
I could go on all night with this. Rarely are they caught in the act. Yet Morgan, described his car with him in it – but the car was never stopped. A neighbor described evidence in his car – but it was never searched for that evidence. Was his DNA found in her room – no, maybe because they never looked. Of course under the crime scene lights they saw “suspicious spots on Morgan’s chest – never seen or checked by the pathologist. The first responders saw defensive wounds on her right hand, top and bottom – never seen or checked by the pathologist. And all the while Steve & I thought they were doing their job – we trusted them.
A professional nail artist pointed out massive damage to her nails, never seen or checked by the pathologist. DNA collected from Morgan’s body recovered from a room where it was obvious to all except the Garfield County sheriffs that a struggle had taken place – No, ZERO.
Secondary testing to verify the very lethal DATE RAPE COCKTAIL found in her stomach – Nope, ZERO. Collection of “granular substance” identified in her stomach after ten months and credited with the verification of the finding of suicide – No, ZERO. Testing of the mystery substance – No, ZERO.
Budget for the contracted forensic pathologist to do a first class job – over a half million a year.
I think they were not looking for evidence, and I would like to know why.
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