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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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  Found elsewhere - never one thing verified
Posted by: jameson245 - 05-16-2017, 03:42 PM - Forum: Boulder crimes - Replies (3)


PROPWASH
Published by Propwash Press

Boulder-Denver
August 25, 1998
KOBY, HUNTER, RAMSEYS NAMED IN CHILD-PORN RING, BLACKMAIL PLOT

Boulder Citizens Demand Independent Prosecutor Propwash Wire Service

By Veritas Jones

BOULDER-Sources inside the Boulder city government confirmed today that both former police chief Tom Koby and boulder County District Attorney have been named as possible conspirators in a child-pornography ring which may have led to the December 1996 murder of JonBenet Ramsey.

A potential witness in the case revealed to Propwash that investigators with a state agency suspect the crime may have been perpetrated as a cover-up or act of vengeance involving a plot to blackmail one or more participants in a child-pornography distribution ring. Photographs of six-year-old JonBenet Ramsey performing sexual acts with adult males are alleged to have been circulated on the internet and in print-publications.

Speaking on condition of anonymity, our source claims a member of the inner circle of Ramsey friends and confidants had threatened to expose some of their criminal activities and was subsequently threatened with black-mail by the others. John and Patsy Ramsey are know to have socialized in an elite clique of wealthy business and government leaders including the District Attorney himself, the former mayor Leslie Durgin, and other Boulder figures such as the notorious Pasta Jay.

Sourceds told Propwash that persistant foot-dragging by police investigators and obstruction by the District Attorney's office have long been rumored to be attempts at concealing complicity in the murder or coverup. The delaying tactics pursued by the offices of Koby and Hunter have been widely criticized and publicized culminating on August 5th in the resignation of a primary detective in the case, Steve Thomas, and publication of this letter to Colorado Governor Roy Romer, in which he claimed the DA's office has hindered and delayed the investigation. Thomas' letter accused Hunter of "crippling the case" by ignoring evidence, refusing police requests for search warrants, and sharing information on the case with the Ramsey's and their lawyers. Romer announced in a press conference his intention not to appoint an independent prosecutor after being assured by Hunter of his intention to convene a grand jury to re-examine the evidence in the the case.

Wednesday, Fleet and Priscilla White, formerly close friends of the Ramsey's, called again for a special prosecutor, expressing their belief that the grand jury investigation is another delaying tactic.

"It is our firm belief that the district attorney and others intend to use the grand jury and its secrecy in an attempt to protect their careers and also serve the conflicting interest of powerful, influential, and threatening people who have something to hide or protect and who simply don't want to be publicly linked to the dreadful murder investigation," wrote the Whites.

To date no indictments have been filed in the murder, though John and Patsy Ramsey have been called a "focus' of the investigation.

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  For Cindy Garcia and others on Facebook
Posted by: jameson245 - 05-10-2017, 12:13 PM - Forum: Answering BORG questions - Replies (3)

Cindy Garcia Warm cosy bed by loving parents? Same parents who left her under Christmas tree to 'move on' with their life? Same loving parents who obstructed investigation & hide behind lawyers & PR company? Same loving parents who refused to take a polygrapgh? Please don't insult me with the one they 'passed.' If this was a working class family they would have been banged up that same night.


The Ramseys were told by the police that they had to leave the house so it might be protected as a crime scene.  It seems unfair to criticize them for leaving the house and continuing to eat, breath, live.

The Ramseys did not obstruct the investigation.  They offered to pay for DNA tests, hired PI's and had them share their findings with LE  (I have a report on one of those meetings and they put together a list of things to follow up on - - - no idea if LE ever did, though.)  They paid for ads that noted other attempted abductions and begged people to call in anything they knew. They offered a reward.  They were available for interviews, agreed to take polygraphs - - the BPD stalled - we know that now.

Yes, they got lawyers so they wouldn't be lynched by liars.  Not illegal and a very wise thing to do.  The PR company was done by the lawyers to free up their secretaries - - the Ramseys had nothing to do with that - other than to pay for it.

You need to go back to the beginning and read a few books, put yourself in new shoes for a day and see what happens.

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  a bit on a special prosecutor - - why NOT!!!!
Posted by: jameson245 - 05-08-2017, 02:32 PM - Forum: Boulder crimes - No Replies

Ramsey friend calls for special prosecutor
Letter refers to 'web of evil surrounding this case'
By Monte Whaley
Camera Staff Writer




Two more key witnesses in the JonBenét Ramsey murder investigation are voicing concerns about how the Boulder County District Attorney is handling the investigation.
Bill and Janet McReynolds say they have been "caught in the web of evil surrounding this case" and support a call for a special prosecutor to take over. The McReynolds' make their claim in a letter sent to the editor of the Daily Camera.
McReynolds, a former University of Colorado journalism professor, portrayed Santa Claus at the Boulder home of John and Patsy Ramsey on Dec. 23, 1996. The Ramseys' 6-year-old daughter JonBenét was found strangled in the basement of the home three days later, a few hours after she was reported kidnapped.
McReynolds, 68, was interviewed by Boulder investigators two months after JonBenét's death, as was his wife, Janet. The couple reportedly was targeted because of parallels to the Ramsey case.
The McReynolds' middle daughter, then 9, was abducted along with a friend in Longmont and witnessed the sexual molestation of her friend. The incident occurred on Dec. 26, 1974. An autopsy on JonBenét showed she also may have been sexually molested.
Another parallel is a play written by Janet McReynolds in 1976. The play, "Hey Rube," is about the sexual assault, torture and murder of a girl whose body was found in a basement.
The couple apparently was on good terms with the Ramseys before the slaying. Janet McReynolds went with her husband when he portrayed Santa at a Ramsey family Christmas party for the third consecutive year. A few months before, while Bill McReynolds was hospitalized for open-heart surgery, Patsy Ramsey called the Daily Camera asking for a story about the man who played Santa, suggesting that Boulder residents send him cards.
The McReynoldses told police that on the night of JonBenét's death they went to bed at 8 p.m. Police say JonBenét died sometime between her bedtime Christmas night and dawn the following day.
Boulder County District Attorney Alex Hunter is presenting the homicide case to a grand jury starting today. But two former friends of John and Patsy Ramsey — Fleet and Priscilla White — have asked a special prosecutor be assigned to pursue the case, saying Hunter was dragging his feet.
In their letter, the McReynoldses say every member of their family has been interrogated and their two sons were required to give fingerprints, handwriting samples and DNA "even though neither of them was aware of the existence of little JonBenét before she was killed."
The McReynoldses say they have the highest respect for Boulder police detectives who investigated the case. But when they were interviewed in July by the Boulder prosecutor's office, "We were not encouraged by the discoveries we made."
"The latest 'scuttlebutt' that we are receiving is that, indeed, there will be a Grand Jury investigation orchestrated by the district attorney and that there will be no indictment," the letter says. "We do not see that prognosis as being beneficial to the hundreds of innocent people who, like ourselves, have been caught in the web of evil surrounding this case."
They commended the Boulder City Council for considering the White's request for a special prosecutor. The council decided not to ask for a special prosecutor, saying it had confidence in the grand jury.
Janet McReynolds said she and her husband have had no personal contact with the Whites. They learned of their request for a special prosecutor on the Internet. She declined to go into specifics about the letter, saying she and her husband may be called as witnesses to the grand jury.
Suzanne Laurion, the district attorney's spokeswoman, said her office had no comment on the latest criticism.

September 15, 1998

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  5/3/1997 Associated Press list of questions
Posted by: jameson245 - 05-08-2017, 01:16 PM - Forum: Answering BORG questions - Replies (1)

Local women have questions for Ramseys

Associated Press

Saturday, May 3, 1997

Sixteen callers, all women, answered Friday's Infocall question, "If you could have asked John and Patsy Ramsey one question during their interview, what would it have been?"

Some callers may have found it difficult to get through because the Daily Camera's telephones didn't work for a time Friday.
A sampling of the public's questions regarding the Ramseys and the murder of their daughter:

Would either of you be prepared to take a lie-detector test?
- Female, Boulder

To John: If the police found the door to the basement room jammed, why didn't you open it for them as you obviously did later in the day?
- Female, Boulder

Where was her dog at time of the murder?
- Female, Boulder

Why are you so controlling rather than cooperating with the police? What are you afraid of?
- Female, Boulder


I would like to ask them and the police, from the beginning, why the ransom note has not been published.
- Female, Boulder

Why weren't you on TV or with the media immediately after your daughter was murdered? I don't understand.
- Female, Boulder

I would like to know why would they move their daughter's body from the basement if they are innocent?
- Senior female, Boulder


I was wondering what your investigators have come up with since they have been on this case four months and you have spent all this money investigating it yourself. Have they had any clues?
- Female, Niwot
You said that only one afternoon a month on a Sunday was she involved in pageants. I would like to know the total time for fitting and measuring those costumes, the total time to learn the words to those songs that were old and outdated, and the total time for learning those adult sultry movements that were movements more than dance. Those movements and costumes were stylish when John was in his teens and 20s.
- Woman, Longmont

How could you do something so self-serving? I think the whole thing Thursday was disgusting.
- Female, Boulder

If you have nothing to hide, why did you refuse to be interviewed by police unless given their records ahead of time?
- Female, Boulder

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  adult male approaching young children
Posted by: jameson245 - 05-08-2017, 01:06 PM - Forum: Boulder crimes - No Replies

Ad content was partly D.A.'s work
Letter to the Editor
Tuesday, May 13, 1997
The Daily Camera accidentally omitted a line from a Guest Opinion that was published on Sunday, May 11 by Stephanie Hult: "Beginning in fall, 1997 a strand will be implemented in Lafayette Elementary School ... " I have learned that a misunderstanding has occurred with respect to an advertisement placed in Sunday's Boulder Daily Camera offering a reward for information leading to an arrest in the JonBenet Ramsey case. The advertisement, which referred to the possibility of " ... an adult male approaching young children in Boulder in late 1996," was placed by the Ramsey family based on information developed in my office. I was not informed until this weekend that this information was to go into the Ramsey advertisement.
As I have said all along, it is my intention to approach this case with an open mind, which means all leads are being carefully pursued, as they must be in any investigation. We believed the suggestion that Boulder families be asked to recall whether they had seen anything unusual at the time of the murder was reasonable, so one of my lawyers authorized the Ramseys' attorneys to use this language in their advertisement.
The response Friday to several reporters who asked for reaction from the District Attorney was that we would have no comment. We see now that this understandably caused some in the news media and the public to believe that this ad was the work solely of the Ramsey family, when in fact, it was partly the product of our commitment to follow all reasonable leads.
I urge any citizen with information about this investigation to contact the Boulder Police Department at 440-7867.
ALEX HUNTER
District Attorney
Boulder

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  Questions for BORG
Posted by: Summer Dawn - 05-05-2017, 09:26 AM - Forum: Questions FOR Borg - No Replies

Im failing to understand something.

Since day one, the Ramsey family have been under EXTREME scurtiny.

Every single thing they did.. they were judged for.

A big thing was about their "behavior" after the Ransom note was found.

Which one of you (BORG) have lost a child to murder? Which one of you have lost a child to murder IN YOUR OWN HOME WITH A RANSOM NOTE INCLUDED??

Hello? Nobody?? Thats what I thought.

Its common sense (something these morons dont have) that people react differently to situations.

Patsy was VERY outgoing. EVERYONE says that. John was more reserved. Obviously! So OBVIOUSLY THEY WILL REACT DIFFERENT TO THE SITUATION!!!!!!! COMMON SENSE!!!!! 

Linda Arndt has NO ROOM TO TALK ABOUT ANYTHING. She botched the investigation HORRIBLY. She ignored common police protocol for a crime scene. She is irrelevant.

Why would the Ramsey family have SO many plans for their future if they were planning on killing their child?

Dont bother saying"It was an accident".

NO NO AND NO. 

JonBenet was NOT bed wetting because of "Sexual abuse" She wet the bed because she saw her mother FIGHT FOR HER LIFE. Patsy beat all the odds and survived cancer for the first time.  THAT IS A FACT.

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