A man once charged with murder in the presumed death of his missing wife denied having anything to do with her disappearance in an interview broadcast Monday.
In the interview with “Good Morning America,” Barry Morphew said authorities in Colorado have been wrong to focus on him as the person responsible for the death of Suzanne Morphew, who disappeared three years ago on Mother’s Day.
“They’ve got tunnel vision and they looked at one person, and they’ve got too much pride to say they’re wrong and look somewhere else,” he said, sitting between his adult daughters, who have defended him.
Prosecutors dropped charges against Morphew last year just as he was about to go on trial after a judge barred them from calling…
The Associated Press
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