For Kathy's Sake, Inc. - Advocating for Katherine Morris Military Spouse Protection Act
The Scam for Pay...


PLEASE NOTE: As we present what we believe are the facts in this case no persons have been charged with any crime and are presumed innocent. 

She (Kathy) allegedly emailed proof of the adultery and BAH fraud she felt they was perpetrated on her (with King who was using the fake identity of Kristina) documents on Friday May 4.  

Goodwin, in 2014 received a $100,000 payout in insurance on the life of his spouse because of the military's refusal to charge the soldier with fraud.  They cited there was no fraud because they had a marriage license.  (Click here to see military's letter citing marriage license)

 At the age of 21 Kathy met "Army Specialist Isaac Goodwin" (then stationed at Fort Belvoir) at a club in early 2011 and entered into a relationship that was built by way of social media, texts, tweets and phone calls. Isaac met Kathy's parents on the weekend of August 3, 2011 and it is on that same weekend that he was somehow able to convince Kathy to marry him and keep the marriage a secret. It is believed that he was able to convince her that it would thwart her efforts to enter into the Officers Training School if they were not already married.  Text messages show that almost immediately Isaac started to ignore the new bride, rarely visiting her at her college campus.  Text also show it left the young woman wondering, for Isaac had changed immediately following the marriage ceremony.  She then made several trips to his new base at Fort Bragg trying to figure out what happened. Text show that Kathy questioned the change and felt she had been ordered by Goodwin, to marry him.  A clear pattern of text messages and emails show that Goodwin was emotionally abusive. Kathy suspected he had other interests, and mutual trust was never a foundation in their relationship. By late July she suggested they go their separate ways and at several points mentioned divorce even changing her number to distance herself from him. 

      Freedom of information documents reveal that Goodwin,  had just been charged with an Article 15 for misappropriation of government funds and in the same exact month the financial fines of $545 per month hit his pay he declared his love for the innocent and trusting college student.  (click for copy of FOI papers showing pay cuts)   

The following text was abstracted from our records 
"He responded, on July 30, 2011:
Goodwin: Guess what?
Katherine: What?
Goodwin: I love you Kathy
Katherine: I love you too Isaac. That made me smile.
Goodwin: I can’t wait to see u
Katherine: Same here baby."

Prior to her death less than nine months later Facebook transmissions captured by the deceased reveal that Goodwin had the marriage conversation with a Virginia woman during this same time.  During this time he also maintained an ongoing relationship with another soldier.  (click for other "marriage thing" conversation)

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    Kathy's story is very complicated but the main point is that she was a loving and trusting young woman who fell for a soldier who only saw her for financial gain.  In our opinion the military made this form of victimization to easy.  Documents show that the soldier started collecting benefits immediately while the young college student continued financially struggling in her on campus apartment.  He obtained no ID card for her, never signed her up for any military benefits and even claimed an address that he could not produce a lease with her name on it.   Documents show that he pretty much ignored her following the court house ceremony leaving his spouse trying to figure out what happened. 

     Records show that the deceased personally discovered evidence of the BAH fraud and adultery.  She collected and saved this evidence along with screen shots from Sgt. Goodwin's Facebook page calling the file "What I found today" and seemingly buried multiple copies of the information, in multiple files on her computer.  Electronic communications further show that two days prior to her death the deceased allegedly emailed Sgt. Isaac Goodwin, Sgt. Latoya King, who was using the alias Kristina, and DOD employee Damaris Brown copies of the proof of the adultery and BAH fraud she felt they had perpetrated on her and she threatened to report it to the Inspector General's office the week of May 7, 2012.   To date, no electronic evidence has been found of any response or rebuttal from Sgt. Isaac Goodwin, Sgt. Latoya King or Damaris Brown to the deceased allegations.  To date and to our knowledge none of our allegations have ever been investigated.

    Goodwin did not attend his wife's funeral, did not inform the family of the $100,000 in life insurance he had on his spouse and the parents had to solicit the community for the funds to bury their only child.  Interestingly, Goodwin's last and final communication to her via text was that he loved her and wanted to work things out but then for days nothing, just complete silence from him. 

     All three were mirandized, the military confiscated their government issued communications devices (not their personal).  Sgt.Latoya King was ordered to have no contact with Sgt. Goodwin.   Records now show that Sgt. Latoya King defied that direct order from her Commander over 60 times in the 30 days following the deceased death. Click to see evidence that Sgt King defied a direct order 

To date, and to our knowledge not one of these persons received any real penalty or disciplinary action for the part they played in this tragedy. The Army blames the civilian police and the civilian police blame the Army... 

     Goodwin, in 2014 received a $100,000 payout in insurance on the life of his spouse because the military, despite, overwhelming evidence to the contrary refused to hold any one accountable for their actions.   

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