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  Important info in "We have your daughter "
Posted by: Summer Dawn - 02-04-2017, 10:48 AM - Forum: We Have Your Daughter - Replies (12)

Currently reading this book and already blown away by how detailed it is...

This book has important info ....police reports.. Conversations with John and Pasty..

II will be posting the important quotes,  info etc that I find as I'm reading it.. stay tuned...

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  6 experts who matter
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 05:17 PM - Forum: Handwriting - Replies (10)

These experts are the only ones who examined the original handwriting samples. This is lifted directly from Judge Carnes' decision in the Wolf v. Ramsey civil case:

Quote:"Chet Ubowski of the Colorado Bureau of Investigation concluded that the evidence fell short of that needed to support a conclusion that Mrs. Ramsey wrote the note.

Leonard Speckin, a private forensic document examiner, concluded that differences between the writing of Mrs. Ramsey's handwriting and the author of the Ransom Note prevented him from identifying Mrs. Ramsey as the author of the Ransom Note, but he was unable to eliminate her.

Edwin Alford, a private forensic document examiner, states the evidence fell short of that needed to support a conclusion that Mrs. Ramsey wrote the note.

Richard Dusick of the U.S. Secret Service concluded that there was "no evidence to indicate that Patsy Ramsey executed any of the questioned material appearing on the ransom note."

Lloyd Cunningham, a private forensic document examiner hired by defendants, concluded that there were no significant similar individual characteristics shared by the handwriting of Mrs. Ramsey and the author of the Ransom Note, but there were many significant differences between the handwritings.

Finally, Howard Rile concluded that Mrs. Ramsey was between "probably not" and "elimination," on a scale of whether she wrote the Ransom Note."

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  September 2007 - Burglar dies after fall
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 04:17 PM - Forum: Boulder crimes - No Replies

A suspected burglar fell to his death after breaking into a third-story Boulder apartment, police said.

The suspect was found lying on a sidewalk outside the Vistoso apartments in the 4500 block of Baseline Road early Monday, according to the Boulder Daily Camera.

Police said a resident of a third-story apartment screamed when the man entered her apartment at about 2:20 a.m. and he was attempting to get away when he fell at least 24 feet to the sidewalk below.

The man was not wearing shoes or socks and had no climbing equipment.

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Searched for more info but can't find anything.

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  dozens of burlaries - Nick Duskin
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 04:07 PM - Forum: Boulder crimes - No Replies

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BOULDER, Colo.  October 15, 2015

Police arrested Nick Duskin, 31, suspected in dozens of burglaries in Boulder between April and September, 2015.  In many cases people were home and sleeping at the time of the crimes. 

After police searched the suspect’s home in Aurora they say they found thousands of items that were stolen and now they’re trying to link the items to their rightful owners.

Police say Duskin’s method was similar in many cases — cutting and prying screens or using a ladder to get in through a second story window.

The arrest affidavit says that police were able to connect the crimes largely due in part to the suspect’s DNA that was left behind at some of the houses.

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  Aug 2014 - Burglaries reported
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 03:58 PM - Forum: Boulder crimes - Replies (2)

BOULDER - Boulder police are warning residents of a man they believe is responsible for a string of home burglaries in the neighborhoods of Goss Grove, University Hill, downtown and the area of 14th and Pine Streets.

In one of the burglaries, which occurred Sunday in the 1500 block of 9th Street, the female victim was asleep in her bed and was awakened by an unknown man touching her leg. The man left the home when she confronted him. She was not injured.

Boulder police are also investigating other cases in which the suspect or suspects have entered homes through unlocked doors and windows while many of the victims were home. In some of the cases, cash and electronics were stolen. In other cases, nothing was taken. Several of the victims confronted the burglar, who fled before police were notified. None of the victims has been hurt.

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  Boulder Burglar - 2015
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 03:54 PM - Forum: Boulder crimes - No Replies

Boulder Burglar - 2015


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 A burglar broke into a woman's 19th Street Boulder apartment on Aug. 17 at approximately 4:45 p.m.

The woman noticed the screens had been partially popped off and two front windows were completely open. When she went inside, she found the burglar and confronted him before he fled.

The burglar is described as a white man with dark slightly graying hair, a mustache with a "tall and lanky" build and a southern accent. He had a small rectangular tattoo on his left shoulder and was wearing a black cut-off Harley Davidson t-shirt and light-colored jeans.



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My note - This happened years after our murder, but the man is graying so may be woth a second glance.  Also of interest is the southern accent.

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  Defendants named
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 01:35 PM - Forum: The CBS suit - Replies (4)

Burke Ramsey, 29, is suing CBS, a production company and a host of contributors behind "The Case of: JonBenét Ramsey," a four-hour miniseries that aired over the course of two days in September for $750,000,000.00 (750 MILLION) .  In the show, they accused Burke of killing his sister, hitting her over the head with a flashlight because she took a piece of pineapple from his bowl.  Since the physical evidence directly contradicts the CBS program, Lin Wood filed the lawsuit on 12/28/2016.

The defendants in the case are CBS,  Critical Content LLC, a California programming studio; former FBI profilers Jim Clemente, James Fitzgerald and Stanley Burke; forensic expert Laura Richards; former Boulder district attorney’s investigator A. James Kolar; forensic scientist Dr. Werner Spitz; and celebrity pathologist Henry Lee.

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  Spitz lawsuit
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 01:02 PM - Forum: Burke sues Werner Spitz for $150,000,000.00 - Replies (6)

After the CBS show aired, Spitz gave an interview that led to the separate suit. In the interview, Spitz said, 'It's the boy who did it, whether he was jealous, or mentally unfit or something ... I don't know of the why, I'm not a psychiatrist, but what I am sure about is what I know about him, that is what happened here.'

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  Midnight Burglar
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 12:26 PM - Forum: Boulder crimes - Replies (1)

January 23, 1997
Boulder Press Release
POLICE ADVISE COMMUNITY OF "MIDNIGHT BURGLAR"
Residents Reminded to Lock Doors and Windows at Night Boulder Police are advising residents to be certain they lock their doors following a rash of nighttime burglaries which appear to be related.
The burglaries date back to December 12, 1996 and the most recent report was on December 25, 1996. There is no descriptions of the person(s) responsible but some common information about 14 incidents appear to link the crimes.
The concentration of the reports of the burglaries has been in the northwest part of the city but reports have been received from other parts of town.
According to Detective Sergeant Doyle Thomas, head of property crime investigations, "The suspect or suspects enter homes through open doors between the hours of 10p.m. and 8a.m., usually while residents are home sleeping.
The suspect(s) takes small, easy to transport items such as cash, jewelry, compact disks, and credit cards.
The suspect(s) does not have contact with anyone in the house and essentially sneaks in and out through open doors. Since no one in the house actually sees the burglar, we have no suspect descriptions.
The thefts have resulted in thousands of dollars in losses to date. However, police have not discovered the suspect using any of the stolen credit cards. Added Detective Sgt. Thomas, "We want to remind residents to lock their doors and windows at night and to immediately report to police any suspicious vehicles or persons.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Boulder Police Detectives at 441-3330.

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  Vicki Chabol
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 11:44 AM - Forum: Ramsey family FRIENDS - Replies (1)

Cancer treatment friend

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