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  Dr. Francesco Beuf obituary -- JonBenet's pediatrician passed away
Posted by: Summer Dawn - 06-04-2017, 02:06 PM - Forum: What is in the news - staying up to date - No Replies

Obituary



Dr. Francesco Beuf
1933 - 2017




Dr. Francesco Beuf died with his family around him on May 11th, at Boulder Community Hospital two days before his 84th birthday. Dr. Beuf was raised on his family's ranch in Wyoming. He received a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Cal Tech, then worked for one year at Bell Telephone Laboratories in Murray Hill, New Jersey. He then accepted an offer by General Electric's new Missile and Space Division in Philadelphia, where he was involved in designing missiles, satellites, Mars exploration probes, and, became manager of the Space Division's International Operations. In 1972, he took a leave of absence from GE to attend Temple University's School of Medicine, he was 40-years old. His internship and residency followed at the University of Pennsylvania Children's Hospital. For the next two years he was director of the intensive care nursery at Byrn Mawr Hospital. He then returned to his home town in Wyoming where he practiced general pediatrics, served as Chief of Staff at Sheridan County Memorial Hospital and was appointed by the Governor to the Wyoming Certificate of Need Board and Early Intervention Council. In 1990, Dr. Beuf moved to Boulder, admitting patients to Boulder Community hospital. In addition to his general pediatric work, Dr. Beuf loved teaching students at the CU Medical School where he was a Clinical Professor. He focused on the fields of Asthma/Allergy and Neonatology. He was board certified in Pediatrics, a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, a member of the Colorado and Boulder County Medical Societies, was awarded the American Medical Association's Physician's Recognition Award with Commendation for Self-Directed Learning and the CU Medical School Career Teachers Scholar Award. He volunteered his services to Doctors Without Boarders. His articles have appeared in national journals in the fields of medicine, interplanetary exploration and sports car magazines. "Doc", as he was known to his family, lived life with an adventurous spirit. He owned and flew his own plane as a teenager, using a horse pasture on his family's ranch as the landing strip. As a young man he bicycled across Europe and climbed the Matterhorn. He was an avid sports car enthusiast, who enjoyed racing his 1966 AC Shelby Cobra. He recently lost his wife of 23 years, Penni Pearson-Beuf, and he is survived by his daughter, Helen (Honey); sons, Carlo, Peter; and grandchildren Max, Tess, Olivia, Elizabeth and Caroline. In lieu of flowers contributions can be made to Charities within Reach or There With Care. A service will be conducted at St. John's Episcopal Church on Saturday, July 8th.


http://m.legacy.com/obituaries/dailycamera/obituary.aspx?n=francesco-beuf&pid=185396715&referrer=0&preview=false

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  Merilee Burt
Posted by: jameson245 - 05-23-2017, 06:12 PM - Forum: Colorado crimes - Replies (1)

Cold Case: Arapahoe County cheerleader disappears on walk home
By Kirk Mitchell
The Denver Post
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It was a tragic mix up.
Goddard Junior High School cheerleader Marilee Burt was just trying to get home following a basketball game in 1970.
It was at a time when there were no cellular phones to text a message to her mom or a close friend.
The 15-year-old girl had walked to her friend’s house and forgot to tell her mother in a phone message that she wasn’t at the school.
[Image: Marilee-Burt-photo-courtesy-Colorado-Bur...ation2.jpg]Marilee Burt, photo courtesy Colorado Bureau of Investigation
As her mom drove to the school to pick up her daughter, her daughter decided to walk to her home at 30 Wedge Way in Columbine Valley in her green uniform with a G emblazoned on the front.
It wasn’t that far.
At about 6:50 p.m. on Feb. 26, 1970 Marilee’s 16-year-old brother Raymond Burt was driving along a deserted stretch of road bordered by tall trees on both sides.
He saw a girl in pony tails walking along Middlefield Road.
He didn’t recognize her because Marilee didn’t normally wear pony tails.
He didn’t see her face in the dark.
After driving down the road a while, he looked in his rear-view mirror.
A dark, two-tone pickup truck stopped beside the girl.
His sister never made it home.
Forty-five years later, the high-profile abduction/rape/murder of a member of the Burt automotive family has never been solved.
The next day highway workers found her nude body under a bridge in a shallow creek in Deer Creek Canyon in Jefferson County. It was found where it was dropped, 6 miles southwest of her home where she lived with her mother.

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  What BORG claims to know as FACT
Posted by: jameson245 - 05-23-2017, 04:43 PM - Forum: Questions FOR Borg - No Replies

First, let me assure you Burke's grand jury testimony has not been made public.  Some may know what he said in there but when I see BORG claiming to know something was said when I know that is not true - - it makes it hard to take that person serious and makes me feel bad that newbies to the discussion believe their lies.

So on a BORG site, this was posted:
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Deborah Cassidy Oh he said to the grand jury that ..and I quote .. "sounds like me "..




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AND AGAIN





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Deborah Cassidy Yip he said to the grand jury when they played the call to him. Yeah that sounds like me. Esther I'm sure it was dateline episode they show the documents for a min and the host said it il need to re watch it again but yeah for sure he testified that sounds like me

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  To those who think this is a scam
Posted by: jameson245 - 05-23-2017, 02:19 PM - Forum: GO FUND ME - a way anyone can help - Replies (6)

I have been around a long time and have done more to expose the TRUTH and advance the investigation than any other poster.   Do the research and see for yourself.

I have paid for Internet space and put hours of work putting together a timeline and hosting forums where the truth was revealed - websites used by the curious and the investigators.  Unlike Tricia Griffith of ForumsforJustice and weBsleuths, I didn't pay myself a salary.  Most of those pages are offline now due to financial issues (I am not rich) but they are referred to enough you can verify this is true.

I have traveled to meet Ramsey supporters and BORG (like Darnay Hoffman and Frank Coffman) because I wanted to see what everyone had.  I have made true friends on all sides of this discussion and have done all I could to make ALL truths known.  Also verified in forums.  (When BORG was accusing me of being the Patricia pretender, I was with Darnay in NYC with no access to a computer.  He spoke of our friendship on the BORG forums.)

When I saw a false witness going into the Grand Jury, I stepped up and exposed him as a fraud - - that is in the Schiller, Thomas and Ramsey books.  Also at jameson245.com/foster_page.htm and on 48 Hours program documentary.

More recently, I worked on a couple documentaries last Fall, started a small reward fund using MY OWN money on
Septembere 1st and later set up the GoFundMe page.

On the GoFundMe page, the BORG attacked quick and hard, calling it a fraud, but they were and are wrong.  John and Jan support the effort - John made a donation and Jan posted on her facebook page that they were in support of my efforts.  The money is still in the bank and I have just publicly let the BPD know I would like to help pay for the new DNA testing that could reveal personal attributes of the man who left his DNA mixed with the blood in JonBenet's panties. 

That is GOOD evidence that has been used repeatedly to clear people.

To those who say such evidence does not exist, please note John Mark Karr, Fleet White, Chris Wolf and others have been PUBLICLY declared cleared because they didn't leave that profile behind.

If I am stealing the money, why am I offering to make out a check for $1,800 to a lab?  Do you really think I would try to involve the chief of police in that if I was stealing the money?

I find it kind of ironic that I have a history here - easy to check on - - but so many would rather believe a BORG poster on facebook, someone they do NOT know themselves, and judge me to be the one they should mistrust.

That is the way of the Internet.  Just have to move by that garbage.   The GoFundMe page may or may not grow, but it has already helped advance this investigation.

And I am still here.

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  Other interior shots (not mine)
Posted by: jameson245 - 05-23-2017, 08:50 AM - Forum: The House at 755 15th Street, Boulder, CO - Replies (1)

If not marked crime scene, may be staged by different TV shows.  Be aware.

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  Emailed BPD and DA today
Posted by: jameson245 - 05-22-2017, 07:09 PM - Forum: GO FUND ME - a way anyone can help - Replies (4)

I brought the following URL to the attention of DA Stan Garnett and BPD Chief Greg Testa today

http://blogs.denverpost.com/coldcases/20...-15/10387/

I have been in touch with the lab that is doing the advanced DNA tests that could give details about the man who left his DNA mixed with the blood of his 6 year old victim.  Did he have red hair?  Blue eyes?  Freckles? Dimples?  Did he tend to be very hairy?  Did he have olive skin?      The man at the lab said he would have to have permission from the detectives to do the comparison, that he has worked with BODE before and they would be able to tell him if the DNA on file is good enough for their needs, and that the cost would be $3,600.

The first step is to get the Boulder LE to agree to allow this to go forward.  I have sent an email out to knock on that door.

I can't help with the DNA, it is either good enough to test or not.

But if funding is a problem, I have offered to use the GoFundMe contributions to pay half of the cost, $1,800.

I even wrote in my email that if they had NO funding available, I would do more to get donations to pay the full cost.  All I really need is their stamp of approval to give the new lab access to the BODE files. 

I am waiting to hear back from them.

Please do share this on the forums.  The new science might help solve this.

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  Zachary Bernhardt
Posted by: Summer Dawn - 05-21-2017, 09:03 PM - Forum: Boulder crimes - Replies (1)

WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Zachary Bernhardt went missing in Clearwater, FL in 2001. A sweet 8 year old boy.

He is still missing.



During the investigation, the Clearwater PD received a tip of a picture found in a parking lot near BOULDER, COLORADO in 2001.

The picture was a boy who resembled Zachary... Unfortunately it gave no good tips towards his disappearance

This horrific picture was a picture of a young boy BOUND AND TIED UP!  To my knowledge, they have no idea who the little boy is in the picture.

I am NOT saying whoever took the picture is involved with JonBenet's murder.

Could it be related? Possible! Maybe not!! We dont know and chances are we wont know who took the picture.

VERY weird though! I hope the BPD investigated fully!

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  Boulder police take back Ramsey case 2009
Posted by: Summer Dawn - 05-20-2017, 06:15 PM - Forum: What is in the news - staying up to date - No Replies

Boulder police take back Ramsey case
Vanessa Miller
POSTED:   02/02/2009 10:56:00 AM MST




BOULDER, Colo. -
With criticism mounting over their handling of JonBenet Ramsey's 1996 slaying, Boulder police handed the investigation over to the District Attorney's Office six years ago. On Monday, the police department welcomed it back.
With the support of newly elected Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett, Police Chief Mark Beckner said his agency is reactivating its Ramsey investigation and again taking the lead in efforts to solve the city's most infamous cold case.
As part of the change, Beckner said, his department has invited veteran investigators from several state and federal agencies to participate in an "advisory task force.â


The group, which will include about 20 people, will meet for a two-day "powwow sometime in the next few weeks to review all the evidence. The goal of the task force, Beckner said, is to "explore all possible theories about what happened the night JonBenet was killed.â


Beckner didn't directly address a letter that former District Attorney Mary Lacy sent in July to the Ramsey family exonerating them as suspects in their daughter's death. He said he wants to go into the talks with no presumptions.
"We are open to all possibilities,â he said.


The 6-year-old beauty queen was found dead Dec. 26, 1996, in the family's Boulder home, 755 15th St. Police said then that her parents were under an "umbrella of suspicion,â but a grand jury ended an investigation into the case with no indictments. JonBenet's mother, Patsy Ramsey, died in 2006.

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Lacy apologized to the family last year, saying evidence points to an intruder as the killer.
Beckner said he began thinking about taking over the investigation last summer when Lacy sent her apology letter, and he met with Garnett about that prospect.


"We were on the same page right away,

 Beckner said.
Boulder police gave up the case in 2002, in part because of criticism that they bungled the initial investigation by ruining evidence and focusing solely on the Ramseys as suspects. Beckner said he was "OKâ with that change at the time, "if people felt it was better off with the District Attorney's Office.


Now that time has passed, Beckner said, his department is ready to pick up where it left off.
Lacy said Monday that she supports moving the case back to Boulder police. She said Garnett doesn't have time to review 30,000 pages of investigative materials, and police "really are the ones with the knowledge and the background.â
"Reinventing the wheel would be crazy,â she said. "It would have taken Stan a year or two and wasted a lot of resources.â
Garnett said police should lead the investigation because "district attorneys prosecute, and police investigate.â
He will, however, be on the new Ramsey task force, which also will include representatives from the FBI, Colorado Bureau of Investigation and Colorado Attorney General's Office.
John Ramsey's attorney, L. Lin Wood, of Atlanta, said he and his client are optimistic about the change.
"The goal is to solve the murder,â he said.
A letter police sent Ramsey on Monday asked for any information he was willing to provide, Wood said.
"I expect that sometime in the future they would speak with each other,â he said, adding that he hopes police investigators can leave behind any bias they once had.
"Old habits are hard to break,â he said. "My only concern is that this be a fresh look.â
Trip DeMuth, a former Boulder prosecutor who worked on the Ramsey case, said he doesn't believe Beckner can handle the case without prejudice, and it is "less likely to be solvedâ unless the department approaches it without baggage.
Larry Pozner, a Denver defense attorney who's been critical of the handling of the case, said he doesn't expect new leads or suspects to come from the task force or future police work.
"This case is badly damaged,â Pozner said, "and there's nothing they can do to correct the impression of their bias or the evidence that was lost.â
But Chief Beckner said he's hopeful that a new look and advancing technology will shed new light.
"Some cases never get solved, but some do,â he said. "And you can't give up.â

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  JonBenet committed suicide
Posted by: Summer Dawn - 05-19-2017, 05:56 PM - Forum: Absolutely insane posts - mostly by BORG - No Replies

Just read that someone honestly thinks JonBenet committed suicide.  Whoever thinks that...  Please get yourself a psych evaluation asap!!!  Dumb dumb and dumb!


http://m.topix.com/forum/news/jonbenet-r...NV5J9KPASL

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  Lou Smit's quote
Posted by: jameson245 - 05-19-2017, 02:39 PM - Forum: How to solve this mystery - Replies (1)

"You don't catch crooks by standing back but by walking up to the edge of the cliff and looking down into the pit.  A lot of cops don't want to do this, but prefer to play it safe and never take a risk or get close to criminals or suspects.  I'm just the opposite.  I like to get as close as I can.  I've always walked right to the edge because you can see much more from there, can feel and sense more."



Quote found in the 2016 Stephen Singular book.

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