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It’s a constant enigma – it’s emotionally walking in the dark.” Did Ryan feel Ronald’s absence as acutely – or at all?Those were among the questions haunting his biological family.Ronald — who is not mentally or physically challenged — was allowed to go home with his grandmother, but officials kept Ryan in specialized foster care homes, despite his biological family’s objections.Such homes could better deal with Ryan’s many disabilities, officials said.The wedding was held near Murrieta, in the majestic backyard of Michelle Morris’ home. “It’s a wedding.” There was laughter, and Bird-Santo coached Ryan again.Video shows two grooms in matching gray tuxedos with white roses on their lapels. “If you want to take Sean as your husband for the rest of your life, you need to give a symbol so he’ll know that, and he’ll remember it, like you have this ring on your hand,” she said.They clasped hands beneath a white gazebo festooned with white bunting on that warm fall afternoon in 2014. Are you promising to be his husband forever and love him no matter what? “So, now you put that ring on his hand.” Ryan concentrated, trying his best, but the ring wouldn’t slip over Spicer’s knuckle.“With this ring, I take you as my husband, for as long as we both shall live,” said Sean Spicer, in response to prompts from officiator Susan Bird-Santo, one of Ryan Morris’ legal guardians at the time. Until you’re not alive anymore, until you die and even after that probably? “It’s hard to get on – push it on there,” Bird-Santo said. Ryan Morris, 20, and Sean Spicer, 38, were married.
Spicer installed and serviced automatic doors for a Riverside firm, and stopped by Morris’ place when he had jobs nearby.
His grandmother fought for custody, but in 2002 Ryan’s foster mother, Michelle Morris, legally adopted the boy.
Morris cut off contact soon after, saying in court filings and Register interviews at the time that Ryan’s blood relatives didn’t accept his disabilities and were trying to undermine his adoptive family.
At the time, Morris’ comment was simple: “We are being persecuted.” Morris also clashed with the Tustin Unified School District, accusing employees there of harassment and abuse in court paperwork.
She staged sit-ins, claimed the district “baby-sits” children with special needs, and subsequently opened a state-funded school in her home run by her husband, Larry Kerin.
PAPER WINDOW For many years, Ryan’s biological family could only glimpse into his life by reading the public files kept on Morris’ foster home. Between 19, while Ryan was living with Morris, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department received five calls involving reports of possible child abuse, rape, sex crimes and lewd conduct at Morris’ home, then in the Tustin foothills, according to call logs.