The Winona County Attorney's Office has brought highly respected local prosecutor Phil Prokopowicz out of retirement to consult in their ongoing search for missing Minnesota mom Madeline Kingsbury, whose disappearance has been characterized as "suspicious" and "involuntary" by police.
"It's very hurtful to lose your reputation and your integrity," Barry Morphew said in a new interview. He previously filed a federal civil suit for $15 million, saying that prosecutors' claims that he murdered his wife Suzanne Morphew have ruined his life.
"You would think if somebody went and crawled up on the rails [of the Golden Gate Bridge] with all those people and bike riders, somebody would have called  ... that never happened," said Scott Dudek, a private investigator hired by missing Sydney West's family.
Minnesota mother-of-two Madeline Kingsbury was seeking to move out of the home she shared with her ex, Adam Fravel, when she went missing on March 31, her family said. Fravel, with whom she co-parented, has denied any involvement in the 26-year-old's "suspicious" disappearance.