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Barry Morphew Evidence Includes Spy Pens, iPhones, Laptops, and Kindles

Barry Morphew’s Prosecutors Claim to Have Evidence on iPhones, Ignite and a SPY PEN Proving He Killed Missing Woman Suzanne – As Judge Denies Him Bail

  • Suzanne Morphew disappeared in May 2020 – her husband Barry has been charged with murder
  • Her body was never found, but her bicycle was found next to a path
  • The case is shrouded in secrecy as Barry’s arrest affidavit is sealed
  • Judge Patrick Murphy refuses to open it for now, despite media requests
  • At a hearing on Thursday, lawyers discussed some of the evidence that will be presented
  • It includes spy pens, iPhones, an Amazon Kindle, and laptops
  • Judge Murphy Rejected Morphew’s Bail Request – He Still Hasn’t Pleaded

A judge sealed the arrest affidavit of Colorado husband Barry Morphew, despite media pleas to make it public, and denied Morphew bail on charges of murdering his missing wife Suzanne.

Suzanne Morphew disappeared in May 2020. Her husband Barry made an emotional plea for her return at the time. Her body was never found, but her bicycle was found discarded next to a path.

Barry was charged with murder in May 2021. He hasn’t made a plea yet, and the case remains largely shrouded in mystery as the judge won’t unlock Morphew’s 130-page arrest affidavit.

At a hearing on Wednesday, prosecutors and Morphew’s attorney and prosecutors began talking about some of the evidence that will be presented.

It includes a spy pen, laptops, iPhones and an Amazon Kindle.

Suzanne Morphew disappeared in May 2020. Her husband Barry made an emotional plea for her return at the time.  Her body was never found, but her bike was found discarded next to a path

Suzanne Morphew disappeared in May 2020. Her husband Barry made an emotional plea for her return at the time. Her body was never found, but her bike was found discarded next to a path

Barry was charged with murder in May 2021.  He hasn't made a plea yet, and the case remains largely shrouded in mystery as the judge won't unlock Morphew's 130-page arrest affidavit.  He can be seen in May of this year

Barry was charged with murder in May 2021.  He hasn't made a plea yet, and the case remains largely shrouded in mystery as the judge won't unlock Morphew's 130-page arrest affidavit.  He can be seen in May of this year

Barry was charged with murder in May 2021. He hasn’t made a plea yet, and the case remains largely shrouded in mystery as the judge won’t unlock Morphew’s 130-page arrest affidavit. He can be seen in May of this year

The prosecution plans to bring 14 witnesses to the trial, according to Morphew’s attorney Iris Eytan, who asked the judge on Wednesday to grant him bail and reduce the first-degree murder charge against him to a murder charge.

Spy pens are used to secretly capture people.  It's unclear how they were used in the Morphew case

Spy pens are used to secretly capture people.  It's unclear how they were used in the Morphew case

Spy pens are used to secretly capture people. It’s unclear how they were used in the Morphew case

The judge denied bail and made no decision on the charges.

Both sides now have several days to prepare for the next hearing, which has yet to be scheduled.

Morphew was not present in court, but he listened via a WebEx link.

Judge Patrick Murphy ruled that future hearings would not take place via the videoconferencing service.

It’s unclear whether that’s due to the COVID-19 restrictions being largely lifted and in-person hearings resuming.

He denied a motion by a media group earlier this week to disclose Morphew’s affidavit.

The judge said he wanted to give both lawyers enough time to submit what they wanted edited.

The couple have two daughters who are in their late teens and early twenties.

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