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  Church Foyer Group at house
Posted by: jameson245 - 11-15-2020, 03:55 PM - Forum: December 13th - 20th - No Replies

This part of Patsy's interview starts with a discussion about Brian Perry, the church Sexton.

 TRIP DeMUTH: I had a question, was he over at the -- you had a foyer group, dinner party in early December, did you not?

 PATSY RAMSEY: Yes. 

TRIP DeMUTH: Was he there?

PATSY RAMSEY: Good question. You  know, he just came over. Did you ever get a list from -- I know we talked about that dinner  briefly (INAUDIBLE) and I said Carolyn Riley  (phonetic) is the kind of the lady in charge of that. She had the guest list and I was just  providing the house. So she might know specifically who was there.

 TRIP DeMUTH: You don't remember Brian Perry being there that night at all? 

PATSY RAMSEY: I -- I can't  remember who was there.

 TRIP DeMUTH: Do you remember what 16 your children did during that party, during the dinner, were they involved in that or were  they -- did you have any place in the house, where they being baby-sat somewhere else? Did they eat dinner with the church group?

PATSY RAMSEY: I think they were around. I don't know if they came down and kind of left me their bowls and went back to play. I
don't know. I didn't really -- it's been so long, I can't really remember. 

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TRIP DeMUTH: Okay. 

PATSY RAMSEY: I do remember once we didn't have enough food and I had to call Treiling (phonetic) and order every piece of chicken wing and roll they had. Could have been you know -- everybody brought alcohol but not food, you know, everybody was supposed to bring something. There wasn't enough food. 

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  Billion Dollar Party
Posted by: jameson245 - 11-15-2020, 03:50 PM - Forum: December 20th, 1996 - No Replies

1996-12-21: Access celebrates $1 billion mark


Access celebrates $1 billion mark
By TOM LOCKE
Camera Business Writer
December 21, 1996

A billion bucks. That's enough to make anybody celebrate.

So when Boulder-based computer distributor Access Graphics Inc. passed the $1 billion mark in 1996 revenues, it tossed a luncheon party at the Hotel Boulderado on Friday.

A dixieland jazz band made the rounds at Access' Boulder offices Friday morning to announce the celebration and later played at the Boulderado.

John Ramsey, president of Access Graphics, thanked about 300 employees at the gathering and told them it couldn't have happened without them. The $1 billion in sales is about a 25 percent increase over the $800 million the company posted last year, and Ramsey foresees continued growth.

The next major milestone party, when the company reaches $2 billion in revenues, will come "before the end of the decade, that's for sure," he predicted.

Reaching the billion-dollar mark has come relatively quickly for Access, which was formed in 1989 from the merger of three companies: CAD Distributors Inc. of Boulder; CAD Sources Inc. of Piscataway, N.J.; and Advanced Products Group of Roswell, Ga.

In 1990, Access posted $59 million in sales and had 120 employees. While revenues have grown about 1,600 percent, employment has grown about 358 percent, to 550 employees. About 380 employees are in Boulder, 100 in Europe, 20 in Mexico City, 12 in Canada and some at warehouses in California and Pennsylvania.

Access Graphics, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bethesda, Md.-based Lockheed Martin Corp., gets about 60 percent of its revenues from selling hard ware and software from Sun Microsytem.

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  funeral stuff
Posted by: jameson245 - 11-15-2020, 01:39 PM - Forum: odds and ends - No Replies

1998 December 30
Pam Paugh on Dave Lucas Radio Show



Lance Matthews: Why was JonBenet buried in a tiara and pageant gown?

Pam Paugh: Buried in a what?

Lance Matthews: A tiara and a pageant gown. She was in one of those pageant gowns when she was buried.

Pam Paugh: Well, you know I mean I certainly the world is not making judgement about that.




2000 March 18 - John and Patsy Ramsey book, "Death of Innocence"

DOI (HB) Page 34-35

"On December 28, a department store in Denver sent some clothing to the Fernies' so I could pick something to wear to the funeral, since all our clothes were still in the house. Roxy and my sisters were there to help me sort through the dresses and hopefully come up with something I could wear to my daughter's funeral. I chose a black knit, two-piece dress."

"At that moment a picture of Jackie Kennedy abruptly flashed across my mind. I remembered seeing her wearing a black veil, walking hand in hand with her two children to JFK's grave site. Now I could see why people wore veils at such times. The filmy material surrounds you like a cocoon, over-shadowing your face and closing out the world. With the covering and protection, I could cry, be private in my grief. I decided I wanted to wear a veil to JonBenet's funeral, so I asked one of my friends to help. She found a sheer black scarf and attached it to a black felt hat, then packed it for the trip to Atlanta."




2000 March 18 - John and Patsy Ramsey book, "Death of Innocence"

DOI (HB) Page 39

The last time we saw JonBenet was in that funeral home. My mother and dad, Nedra and Don Paugh; my sisters, Pam and Polly; John and I; John Andrew; and Melinda stood around the coffin saying our good-byes. Mother had a special gold bracelet she had saved to give to JonBenet when she was older. Mother reached down and slipped it over her wrist.

Polly put a large gold cross in JonBenet's hands. During the time I had cancer, Father Rol had performed a healing service for me and had given me a cross that had been blessed by Native Americans in South Dakota, where he had formerly pastored a church. Later I had found gold crosses similar to that one at a jewelry store in Boulder and bought those crosses for my mother and sisters. Polly had worn the cross through some difficult times; JonBenet would wear it forever.

Pam had brought JonBenet's Little Miss Christmas Tiara, which she had won during December's pageant competition in Denver. Now Pam bent over and lovely placed the crown on JonBenet's head.

Then it was John turn. He had recently purchased a beautiful silk scarf, and he tucked it around JonBenet as if surrounding her with a final blanket of love.




2000 March 18 - John and Patsy Ramsey book, "Death of Innocence"

DOI (HB) Page 40

"Suddenly my friend Priscilla White rushed in. She and Fleet had found Sister Socks, a stuffed kitten that was so dear to JonBenet. I couldn't believe that Priscilla had the gray-a-white cat. I had asked to have the toy brought from the house in Boulder, but the stuffed animal that was given to us earlier was the wrong one. Priscilla knew that, and somehow, even though she was now in Atlanta, she had gotten hold of the right Sister socks, the one with the red ribbon around it's neck. I tucked Sister Socks under JonBenet's right arm."




2000 March 18 - John and Patsy Ramsey book, "Death of Innocence"

DOI (HB) Page 104-105

"Unknown to the parishioners, Pat Korten, the media relations guy, had let the media know that we would attend church that day. He had been hired by our attorneys to answer the hundreds of media requests for information which had started to clog their switchboard from day one. Pat had made a deal with the media. "The "Ramseys will walk out of the front door of the church and give you plenty of time to video them. In return, you need to agree to leave them alone in the future." All was agreed to, but we later realized it was impossible to get a consensus agreement from a mob like that. Pat later told us, "The media were going to be there anyway, scrambling for photos, so we might as well try to make it non confrontational."

"Following the recessional hymn, John and I started toward the front door to go down the walk that would lead to the parish hall, where most of the congregation traditionally stopped for a cup of coffee and a few words of fellowship. Bishop Underwood led the way in front of us. We stopped at the top of the stairway leading from the church, knowing that we were going to get caught on camera, but also knowing we had agreed to get caught. A woman crouched down in front of us with a monster camera. To this day I'm not sure how she managed to walk backwards with her knees bent and that big camera on her shoulder. Slowly we made our way down the walk over to the parish hall. There were several verbal altercations as photographers tried to break through the wall of parishioners who lined the walks."

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  Geraldine Vodicka
Posted by: jameson245 - 10-26-2020, 04:12 PM - Forum: Names to remember - No Replies

Worked as a housekeepeer for the Ramseys sometime before the murder.  I was told she was dismissed for stealing from Patsy's purse.

Longmont police arrest multiple suspects connected to drug trafficking operation

Longmont Times-Call
PUBLISHED: July 2, 2019 at 9:22 p.m. | UPDATED: July 2, 2019 at 9:22 p.m.


Longmont police arrested multiple suspects Monday believed to be connected with a drug trafficking operation that peddled large quantities of methamphetamine, fentanyl and prescription drugs, according to Joel Post, a detective commander for the Longmont Police Department.
In a news release issued Tuesday afternoon, Post said police began investigating the drug distribution activities of Joshua Ward, of Longmont, in December. Utilizing various law enforcement investigative techniques, the Longmont Department of Public Safety Special Enforcement Unit identified numerous subjects in northern Colorado thought to be assisting Ward in the distribution process.
In an effort to combat the criminal organization and expand investigative capabilities, Post said the Special Enforcement Unit partnered with the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Tactical Diversion Squad, Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms, and the Boulder County District Attorney’s Office. During the investigation, local, state and federal law enforcement officers identified more than 50 involved parties and possible co-conspirators, seized 1,472 counterfeit 30-milligram oxycodone hydrochloride pills (fentanyl), 3 pounds of methamphetamine, 1.64 pounds of ephedrine, 288 Schedule II synthetic opioid pills, 18.7 grams of cocaine, 6.7

Through the coordination with the district attorney’s office, the Longmont Special Enforcement Unit and the DEA, Post said a large number of co-conspirators were identified and are suspected to be involved in various crimes, including drug trafficking, weapons offenses and numerous violations of the Colorado Organized Crime Control Act, a Class Two felony offense with a possible penalty of 24 years. While the investigation is ongoing, it has already led to the arrest of 20 suspected members of the drug trafficking organization. Members of the drug trafficking organization were charged with, among other offenses, weapons, and organized crimes offenses.
The following individuals received indictment charges:
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  • Ward, 83 charges, including two counts of violation of Colorado Organized Crime Control Act, multiple charges for distribution of a controlled substance and money laundering. Ward’s bond has been set at $1 million.

  • Michael Reed, 43 charges including two counts of violation of Colorado Organized Crime Control Act, conspiracy to commit money laundering and possession with intent to manufacture or distribute a controlled substance. Reed’s bond was set at $1 million.

  • Anastacia Rose, 18 charges, including two counts of violation of Colorado Organized Crime Control Act and multiple distribution of a controlled substance charges. Rose’s bond was set at $200,000

  • Geraldine Vodicka, five charges, including two counts of violation of Colorado Organized Crime Control Act. Vodicka’s bond was set at $200,000.

  • David Childers, seven charges, including two counts of violation of Colorado Organized Crime Control Act. Childers’ bond was set at $200,000.

  • Brandy Langenderfer, eight charges, including two counts of violation of Colorado Organized Crime Control Act. Langenderfer’s bond was set at $200,000.

  • Brenden Pesick, five charges, including two counts of violation of Colorado Organized Crime Control Act. Pesick ‘s bond was set at $150,000.

  • Ashley Nail, three charges. Nail’s bond was set at $100,000.

  • Chad Lang, four charges. Lang’s bond was set at $100,000.

  • Michael Courtney, three charges. Courtney’s bond was set at $80,000.

  • Ramon Lurbe was charged with conspiracy — controlled substance. Lurbe’s bond was set at $80,000.

  • Danita Bauer was charged with distribution of a controlled substance. Bauer’s bond was set at $50,000.

  • David Lopez was charged with distribution of a controlled substance. Lopez’s bond was set at $50,000.

  • Steven Johnston was charged with conspiracy to commit possession of a controlled substance. His bond was set at $10,000.

  • Joshua Antony, two charges. Antony’s bond was set at $5,000.

  • Connie Medina, four charges. Medina’s bond was set at $2,500.

  • Amy “Guzzy” Brackett, received one charge. Brackett’s bond was set at $2,500.

  • Steven Lucero one charge. Lucero’s bond was set at $2,500.

  • Jose Gutierrez Herrera, arrested on a warrant for controlled substances, according to Boulder County Jail records. His bond is set at $2,500

  • Collin Kopitzke is in custody in the Larimer County Jail. Charges against him were not provided by Longmont police.

All defendants are presumed innocent and charges must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt, the release stated.
Law enforcement officials are continuing to pursue suspects based on evidence obtained throughout the investigation, Post said.

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  Perry Freeman
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-26-2020, 10:41 PM - Forum: BORG theories and BORG people of note - Replies (2)

is Cop Faxx on you tube.

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  Murdered in home
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-26-2020, 12:09 PM - Forum: Names to remember - No Replies

Elmer Carroll (Executed May 29) – Twenty-three years after murdering Orange County youngster Christine McGowen, Carroll died for his crimes.  On October 30, 1990, he raped and strangled the ten-year-old in her own bed as her stepfather slept in another room.  Christine lived next door to the halfway house where Carroll, who had just been released from prison, was staying.  Carroll had two previous convictions for lewd conduct with children. Although there was no doubt as to his guilt, death penalty opponents rallied to stop the execution.  “[The death penalty] is a destructive tool rather than a preventive tool,” said Bishop John Noonan of the Catholic Diocese of Orlando.  Julie McGowan, Christine’s mother, said, “Thank you to all that have worked so hard [to bring justice to Christine].”

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  OTHER missing children
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-26-2020, 11:46 AM - Forum: Names to remember - No Replies

Jennifer Lee Martin

Details of Disappearance
Jennifer was last seen at approximately 3:00 p.m. in the Lemmon Valley area of Reno, Nevada on June 28, 1987. She bought candy and a soda a 7-11 convenience store on Lemmon Valley Drive and disappeared while walking away from the business towards her home on Surge Street, just a few hundred feet away.

Jennifer should have arrived home in less than five minutes, but she never did. When twenty minutes passed and she hadn't come back, her older brother went to the 7-11 to look for her, and couldn't find her. She has never been heard from again.

Authorities treated Jennifer's disappearance as a possible abduction from the onset of the investigation. A white pickup truck seen in the area at the time was eventually accounted for, but witnesses also saw a light-colored Toyota Corolla that was never identified. It's unclear whether the vehicle had anything to do with her disappearance.

Jennifer is described as an independent child who was capable of asserting herself around adults and wouldn't have willingly gone into a stranger's car. The Martin family had moved to Nevada from Clearwater, Florida ten months earlier, and Jennifer seemed to be settling in well. She had no history of running away from home, and she was cautious and always let her family know where she was.

No strong suspects have ever been identified in Jennifer's disappearance; it remains unsolved. Her mother has kept the same phone number the family had in 1987, hoping Jennifer might call home someday.

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  Christine McGowen - murdered in bed
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-26-2020, 10:52 AM - Forum: OTHER children taken from their beds - No Replies

Elmer Carroll (Executed May 29) – Twenty-three years after murdering Orange County youngster Christine McGowen, Carroll died for his crimes.  On October 30, 1990, he raped and strangled the ten-year-old in her own bed as her stepfather slept in another room.  Christine lived next door to the halfway house where Carroll, who had just been released from prison, was staying.  Carroll had two previous convictions for lewd conduct with children. Although there was no doubt as to his guilt, death penalty opponents rallied to stop the execution.  “[The death penalty] is a destructive tool rather than a preventive tool,” said Bishop John Noonan of the Catholic Diocese of Orlando.  Julie McGowan, Christine’s mother, said, “Thank you to all that have worked so hard [to bring justice to Christine].”

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  Do intruders kill just 1 family member?
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-25-2020, 11:57 AM - Forum: Intruder evidence - Replies (3)

October 16, 2019 - Texas

A father was shot to death by intruders inside his home where his wife and two small children were sleeping overnight in Fort Bend County, deputies said.

This happened around 12 a.m. at the home on Glen Rosa Drive and Cansfield Way.


The sheriff's office said 29-year-old Brenton Estorffe heard a window break in the back of the house. He went to check it out and confronted the two people who broke into the home, according to officials.

That's when Estorffe was shot and killed.

Estorffe's wife called 911 to report the intruders who killed her husband. She and the children, ages 1 and 3, were not hurt.

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  Do intruders enter via basements?
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-25-2020, 11:37 AM - Forum: Broken window/ Spider web - Replies (4)

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Detroit homeowner George Bradford struck the suspect on the head while his daughter called 911.[/size]


March 11, 2014— -- Don't mess with this hammer-wielding octogenarian.

When an intruder entered George Bradford's Detroit duplex through a basement window on Sunday, the spritely 82-year-old fought back using a hammer.
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"I knew something...was abnormal about him," he said of the intruder.

Bradford told ABC News' Detroit affiliate WXYZ he just wanted to protect his family, including his mother who is in her 90s and lives in an upstairs unit at the home, his daughter and grandchildren.

Officers found a 33-year-old male suspect bleeding from his head in the living room, a police spokesperson told ABCNews.com.

Police said the suspect, whose name has not been released, was treated for his injuries and arrested for home invasion.

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