Barry Morphew and his daughters are speaking out for the first time since a $15 million lawsuit was filed against prosecutors who handled the murder case against him

It’s been three years since Barry’s wife, Suzanne Morphew, disappeared on Mother’s Day 2020. Barry was charged with her murder, but the case was dropped in 2022

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In an exclusive interview with ABC News, Barry and his daughters maintained his innocence and insisted he was wrongfully charged with her death.

Barry told ABC News, “It’s very hurtful to lose your reputation and your integrity.”

Suzanne Morphew’s nephew, Christopher Moorman, told KRDO that he is asking for the focus to shift back to Suzanne. He said he wants the attention to be on getting answers and justice after repeated dysfunction within the 11th Judicial District Attorney’s Office.