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Barry Morphew latest updates: Suzanne’s husband looked ‘fearful’ in court appearance. claims expert

mayo 10, 2021


BARRY Morphew looked «fearful» as he appeared in court charged with murder over Suzanne’s disappearance, an expert has claimed.

Suzanne, 49, was reported missing by her neighbor on Mother’s Day last May 10 after she allegedly vanished after going on a bike ride.

Chaffee County Sheriff’s Office and the 11th Judicial District Attorney’s Office announced they arrested Barry and charged him with the death of his wife. They have said no other arrests will be made.

Patti Wood, a body language guru who has been quoted in countless print articles and appeared on news shows, gave her assessment of Barry’s public appeals last year and his appearance at a court in Colorado.

Morphew released a public appeal on May 10, 2020, just days after she vanished as he pleaded for his wife’s safe return.

He appeared extremely distressed in the clip and on the verge of tears as he appeared in the clip along with a tip line for the FBI.

Wood viewed the clip and said she found it “unsettling to watch” as she dissected the footage, reports DailyMail.com.

She said: “We see pain in his face, but notice it doesn’t move across his face and change as he speaks, but seems set like a mask which reveals that he put on or faked the pained expressions.”

Wood also looked at Morphew’s first court appearance after he was arrested and charged with the alleged murder of Suzanne – and said he looked fearful.

Read our Suzanne Morphew live blog below for the very latest news and updates on the missing mother…

  • WHAT HAS BARRY MORPHEW SAID ABOUT HIS WIFE’S DISAPPEARANCE?

    Barry Morphew recorded a video after his wife went missing.

    “Oh Suzanne, if anyone is out there and can hear this, that has you, please, we’ll do whatever it takes to bring you back,” her husband begged in the video.

    “We love you, we miss you, your girls need you.

    “No questions asked, however much they want – I will do whatever it takes to get you back. Honey, I love you, I want you back so bad.”

    Barry Morphew also offered a $100,000 reward for information on his wife’s whereabouts – an amount matched by a concerned family friend.

  • BODY LANGUAGE EXPERT WEIGHS IN

    Patti Wood, a body language guru who has been quoted in countless print articles and appeared on news shows, gave her assessment of Barry’s public appeals last year and his appearance at a court in Colorado.

    Morphew released a public appeal on May 10, 2020, just days after she vanished as he pleaded for his wife’s safe return.

    He appeared extremely distressed in the clip and on the verge of tears as he appeared in the clip along with a tip line for the FBI.

    Wood viewed the clip and said she found it “unsettling to watch” as she dissected the footage, reports DailyMail.com.

    She said: “We see pain in his face, but notice it doesn’t move across his face and change as he speaks, but seems set like a mask which reveals that he put on or faked the pained expressions.”

    Wood also looked at Morphew’s first court appearance after he was arrested and charged with the alleged murder of Suzanne – and said he looked fearful.

  • SUZANNE’S SISTER URGES BARRY TO CONFESS TO ‘SAVE US THE HEARTACHE’

    Suzanne Morphew’s sister is calling on her brother-in-law Barry to confess to murdering his wife to ‘save us all the heartache’ of a lengthy trial.

    Melinda Moorman says she forgives Barry Morphew, 52, for allegedly murdering her sister Suzanne.

    But she wants him to admit his crime to save his daughters and the family more pain.

    “Barry Morphew has the full weight of the authorities and law coming against him, and if he has any kind of sense at all and if he loves his girls at all, I hope he’ll do the right thing and confess and save us all the heartache,” Melinda said on Good Morning America.

  • EXPLAINED: WHO IS BARRY MORPHEW?

    Barry Morphew reportedly has a connection to a landscaping company, online records reveal.

    He launched BLM Enterprises in 2004 and was listed as an agent with BLM Landscaping in Indiana, according to Heavy.com, citing Indiana business records.

    Morphew also claimed that he is a volunteer firefighter in Colorado.

  • BARRY MORPHEW’S FIRST COURT APPEARANCE ANALYSED BY EXPERT

    Body language expert Patti Wood also looked at Morphew’s first court appearance after he was arrested and charged with the alleged murder of Suzanne.

    She said: “Handcuffs and shackles encumber him, so it isn’t easy to get a clear read on him, but overall I would say he is still feeling strong.

    “He is standing up fairly straight and, even with the handcuffs, his carriage is held upwards.”

    She said he kept his head up and didn’t look “submissive or shamed” – suggested he may have been attempting to hide his fear.

    “He did have one captured glance of stark fear and I wish I knew what was going on in that moment,” Wood added.

  • FULL STATEMENT FROM COLORADO SPRINGS POLICE CHIEF

    Colorado Springs Police Chief Vince Niski said: “Words fall short to describe the tragedy that took place this morning. As the chief of police, as a husband, as a father, as a grandfather, as a member of this community, my heart breaks for the families who have lost someone they love and for the children who have lost their parents.

    From the officers who responded to the shooting to the investigators still on scene, we are all left incredibly shaken.

    This is something you hope never happens in your own community, in the place that you call home.

    When these types of unspeakable acts happen, there is nothing that can be done to fully rebuild what was lost or replace those who are no longer with us.

    My vow to this community and to the families who have lost someone today, is that this department will do everything we can to find you the answers you deserve and be here for you with an unwavering support.”         

  • BARRY MORPHEW’S DAUGHTERS TOLD HIM ‘WE LOVE YOU’ DURING COURT APPEARANCE

    Barry Morphew’s crying daughters mouthed “we love you” as he made his first court appearance in shackles.

    The hearing on Thursday came after he was arrested on suspicion of murdering his wife Suzanne – a year after she vanished.

    The 53-year-old appeared handcuffed and in an orange and white jumpsuit at Chaffee County Court in Colorado as the judge told him he would still be allowed civil contact with their two adult daughters, Mallory and Macy.

    He said “Yes sir” and “no sir” in response to Judge Patrick Murphy reading his charges as he was held without bail.

    According to 9News, the Morphew daughters cried as their dad was brought from the court in handcuffs. One of them reportedly made a heart shape with her hands and appeared to mouth, “I love you.”

  • WHEN WAS BARRY MORPHEW ARRESTED?

    Barry Morphew was caught on camera being handcuffed by the side of the road near his home on Wednesday, May 5.

    A recorded clip shows the murder suspect, 53, surrounded by cop cars as he speaks to an officer in Poncha Springs.

    Police confirmed in a press conference that Morphew has been charged with first-degree murder, tampering with evidence, and attempting to influence a public servant in his wife’s disappearance.

  • BARRY MORPHEW SHARED LOVE LETTERS FROM WIFE SUZANNE AFTER HER ‘MURDER TO AVOID BEING SUSPECT’

    BARRY Morphew shared love letters sent to him by his missing wife Suzanne after her alleged murder last year as he appeared to cover his tracks. 

    He was arrested on Wednesday morning and charged with her murder after an almost year-long hunt to locate the mother-of-two. Barry, 53, has maintained his innocence throughout the search for the 49-year-old former teacher and issued a $100,000 reward for her return after claiming that he believed she was abducted

    He had previously claimed he thought she had been attacked by a wild animal while out on a bike ride while she was home alone.

    Barry posted pleading videos to Facebook asking for her return and also shared photos and love notes from his wife in an interview with CBS 4.

    “Just want you to know – my life would be nothing without your love and the excitement you bring to our marriage and my life. All my love – Suzanne,” she allegedly wrote in a Valentine’s Day card in 2020, just three months before her disappearance.

  • BARRY MORPHEW’S FIRST COURT APPEARANCE ANALYSED BY EXPERT

    Body language expert Patti Wood also looked at Morphew’s first court appearance after he was arrested and charged with the alleged murder of Suzanne.

    She said: “Handcuffs and shackles encumber him, so it isn’t easy to get a clear read on him, but overall I would say he is still feeling strong.

    “He is standing up fairly straight and, even with the handcuffs, his carriage is held upwards.”

    She said he kept his head up and didn’t look “submissive or shamed” – suggested he may have been attempting to hide his fear.

    “He did have one captured glance of stark fear and I wish I knew what was going on in that moment,” Wood added.

  • SUZANNE’S SISTER ‘STILL LOVES’ BARRY

    Suzanne Morphew’s sister Melinda Moorman has claimed she still loves her brother-in-law but that he’s done a “terrible thing” after he was charged with her murder on Wednesday.

    She said said it was the “beginning of justice” after the 53-year-old was held almost a full year after Suzanne went missing from the couple’s Colorado home in May, 2020.

    “My first reaction is relief,” Moorman told Fox 21. “And grateful. I’m just so grateful.”

    “Today, justice is beginning for my sister,” she added.

    “It’s been a journey that no one ever imagines that they’ll take.

  • PROSECUTORS DO NOT OBJECT TO BARRY MORPHEW SEEING HIS DAUGHTERS

    Prosecutors said they did not object to Morphew, who is being held in the nearby jail, from being able to have contact with his two daughters as long as it was civil. Murphy allowed the contact but ordered that it could not be harassing.

    Barry Morphew made a reference to the daughters needing their mother in a video he posted on Facebook pleading for her safe return shortly after she vanished on May 10, 2020.

    No questions asked, however much they want, I will do whatever it takes to get you back, he said.

    The Morphew family relocated from Alexandria, Indiana, to Colorado in the spring of 2018, WISH-TV in Indianapolis reported Thursday. Before she became a mother, Suzanne Morphew taught at a middle school in Arcadia, Indiana, the station said.

  • WHEN IS BARRY MORPHEW’S NEXT COURT DATE?

    Barry Morphew is currently being held without bail.

    But a judge ruled the murder suspect could continue to have communication with his daughters.

    He will return to court on May 27, 2021.

  • SUZANNE’S SISTER URGES BARRY TO CONFESS TO ‘SAVE US THE HEARTACHE’

    Suzanne Morphew’s sister is calling on her brother-in-law Barry to confess to murdering his wife to ‘save us all the heartache’ of a lengthy trial.

    Melinda Moorman says she forgives Barry Morphew, 52, for allegedly murdering her sister Suzanne.

    But she wants him to admit his crime to save his daughters and the family more pain.

    “Barry Morphew has the full weight of the authorities and law coming against him, and if he has any kind of sense at all and if he loves his girls at all, I hope he’ll do the right thing and confess and save us all the heartache,” Melinda said on Good Morning America.

  • EXPLAINED: WHO IS BARRY MORPHEW?

    Barry Morphew reportedly has a connection to a landscaping company, online records reveal.

    He launched BLM Enterprises in 2004 and was listed as an agent with BLM Landscaping in Indiana, according to Heavy.com, citing Indiana business records.

    Morphew also claimed that he is a volunteer firefighter in Colorado.

  • WHAT IS BARRY MORPHEW BEING CHARGED WITH?

    Suzanne Morphew went missing almost a year ago, on Mother’s Day 2020, and now her husband, Barry Morphew, has been charged.

    Barry was charged on Wednesday with first-degree murder, tampering with evidence, and an attempt to influence a public servant, Fox reports.

    He was reportedly taken into custody from his construction job

  • BARRY MORPHEW’S DAUGHTERS TOLD HIM ‘WE LOVE YOU’ DURING COURT APPEARANCE

    Barry Morphew’s crying daughters mouthed “we love you” as he made his first court appearance in shackles.

    The hearing on Thursday came after he was arrested on suspicion of murdering his wife Suzanne – a year after she vanished.

    The 53-year-old appeared handcuffed and in an orange and white jumpsuit at Chaffee County Court in Colorado as the judge told him he would still be allowed civil contact with their two adult daughters, Mallory and Macy.

    He said “Yes sir” and “no sir” in response to Judge Patrick Murphy reading his charges as he was held without bail.

    According to 9News, the Morphew daughters cried as their dad was brought from the court in handcuffs. One of them reportedly made a heart shape with her hands and appeared to mouth, “I love you.”

  • WHEN WAS BARRY MORPHEW ARRESTED?

    Barry Morphew was caught on camera being handcuffed by the side of the road near his home on Wednesday, May 5.

    A recorded clip shows the murder suspect, 53, surrounded by cop cars as he speaks to an officer in Poncha Springs.

    Police confirmed in a press conference that Morphew has been charged with first-degree murder, tampering with evidence, and attempting to influence a public servant in his wife’s disappearance.

  • SUZANNE’S BROTHER SUSPECTED THAT BARRY MORPHEW WAS GUILTY

    Suzanne’s brother Andrew Moorman told Dr. Phil that he believed his sister was “abducted, and in this case, murdered.” 

    Moorman claimed he thought Barry was guilty “based on the behaviors and things that happened” but that he would “pray it’s not.” 

    “My sister was murdered,” he also told Denver7.

    “I don’t think she was taken to a second location, I think it happened at home,” he said.

    Moorman mounted his own independent search with hundreds of volunteers last September in search of his sister as locals called for more information from law enforcement.

  • BARRY MORPHEW’S FIRST COURT APPEARANCE ANALYSED BY EXPERT

    Body language expert Patti Wood also looked at Morphew’s first court appearance after he was arrested and charged with the alleged murder of Suzanne.

    She said: “Handcuffs and shackles encumber him, so it isn’t easy to get a clear read on him, but overall I would say he is still feeling strong.

    “He is standing up fairly straight and, even with the handcuffs, his carriage is held upwards.”

    She said he kept his head up and didn’t look “submissive or shamed” – suggested he may have been attempting to hide his fear.

    “He did have one captured glance of stark fear and I wish I knew what was going on in that moment,” Wood added.

  • SUZANNE’S SISTER ‘STILL LOVES’ BARRY

    Suzanne Morphew’s sister Melinda Moorman has claimed she still loves her brother-in-law but that he’s done a “terrible thing” after he was charged with her murder on Wednesday.

    She said said it was the “beginning of justice” after the 53-year-old was held almost a full year after Suzanne went missing from the couple’s Colorado home in May, 2020.

    “My first reaction is relief,” Moorman told Fox 21. “And grateful. I’m just so grateful.”

    “Today, justice is beginning for my sister,” she added.

    “It’s been a journey that no one ever imagines that they’ll take.

  • PROSECUTORS DO NOT OBJECT TO BARRY MORPHEW SEEING HIS DAUGHTERS

    Prosecutors said they did not object to Morphew, who is being held in the nearby jail, from being able to have contact with his two daughters as long as it was civil. Murphy allowed the contact but ordered that it could not be harassing.

    Barry Morphew made a reference to the daughters needing their mother in a video he posted on Facebook pleading for her safe return shortly after she vanished on May 10, 2020.

    No questions asked, however much they want, I will do whatever it takes to get you back, he said.

    The Morphew family relocated from Alexandria, Indiana, to Colorado in the spring of 2018, WISH-TV in Indianapolis reported Thursday. Before she became a mother, Suzanne Morphew taught at a middle school in Arcadia, Indiana, the station said.

  • WHEN IS BARRY MORPHEW’S NEXT COURT DATE?

    Barry Morphew is currently being held without bail.

    But a judge ruled the murder suspect could continue to have communication with his daughters.

    He will return to court on May 27, 2021.

  • SUZANNE’S SISTER URGES BARRY TO CONFESS TO ‘SAVE US THE HEARTACHE’

    Suzanne Morphew’s sister is calling on her brother-in-law Barry to confess to murdering his wife to ‘save us all the heartache’ of a lengthy trial.

    Melinda Moorman says she forgives Barry Morphew, 52, for allegedly murdering her sister Suzanne.

    But she wants him to admit his crime to save his daughters and the family more pain.

    “Barry Morphew has the full weight of the authorities and law coming against him, and if he has any kind of sense at all and if he loves his girls at all, I hope he’ll do the right thing and confess and save us all the heartache,” Melinda said on Good Morning America.

  • EXPLAINED: WHO IS BARRY MORPHEW?

    Barry Morphew reportedly has a connection to a landscaping company, online records reveal.

    He launched BLM Enterprises in 2004 and was listed as an agent with BLM Landscaping in Indiana, according to Heavy.com, citing Indiana business records.

    Morphew also claimed that he is a volunteer firefighter in Colorado.





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