Man Previously Charged In Wife’s Disappearance Maintains Innocence

  • A Colorado man who had been previously charged in the 2020 disappearance and presumed death of his wife says authorities never looked at anyone but him for the crime.
  • Barry Morphew, whose wife Suzanne Morphew disappeared around Mother’s Day three years ago, told ABC News in an interview that police had “tunnel vision” regarding him.
  • “They’re wrong. They 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,” Morphew told the outlet in an interview that aired Monday.