Barry Morphew 'hunted and controlled' wife Suzanne like an animal, investigators say
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Investigators allege that Barry Morphew chose to "hunt and control" his wife Suzanne Morphew like an animal after she insisted on leaving him.
Barry Morphew, the Colorado man suspected in the disappearance and presumed death of his wife, Suzanne Morphew, chose to "hunt and control" her like an animal after she insisted on leaving him, according to a new court document released Monday. Authorities have said Suzanne Morphew was having an affair with a high school friend and had intentions to divorce her husband. BARRY MORPHEW RELEASED FROM COLORADO JAIL WITH 2 DAUGHTERS BY HIS SIDE In the 131-page arrest affidavit released Monday, investigators said that after Morphew realized he could not control Suzanne Morphew's insistence on leaving him "he resorted to something he has done his entire life — hunt and control Suzanne like he had…