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  memories
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-20-2018, 11:53 AM - Forum: John Ramsey - biography - Replies (6)

Some of the family’s fondest memories of Charlevoix were when they would gather together on their bikes and cruise down the bicycle paths around Lake Michigan. [b]“Johnnie B. is on the back of my bike, Patsy and Burke close behind us,” John Ramsey remembers. “My daughter is singing and chattering behind me as we sail along the path. The sky is bright and the air is crisp.”[/b]

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  BORG - huh?
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-20-2018, 10:58 AM - Forum: Misinformation found elsewhere, not BORG but wrong - Replies (1)

"Since JonBenet was not actually kidnapped and there was no effort to collect ransom"  - the author of that page feels that is evidence against the parents.  I would ask how logic makes that evidence against the parents.  Has any other parent killed their child and left the note AND body in the same location?  How, in BORG minds, does that make more sense than an intruder doing it?

Same author adds this thought:   "JonBenet's hair being tied into a knot behind her head is difficult and illogical for an intruder to do on a living, resisting child."

WHAT???  It makes more sense for a PARENT to do that?  

JonBenet was killed by a vicious predator  There is no evidence her parents would, could or did do this.

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  temperatures on December 26th
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-20-2018, 10:45 AM - Forum: Footprints in the snow - No Replies

Low of 2 degrees, high of 49  No precipitation, slight winds

info from WFO Denver/Boulder  Denver monthly climate products 2010

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  1996 Boulder info
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-20-2018, 10:20 AM - Forum: Boulder crimes - Replies (2)

Population in 1996 - 89,522

In 1996, Boulder Police Department reported 
1 murder
49 rapes
132 assaults
874 burglaries

(released figures in 2010 report)

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  Maggie Roberts wrote
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-19-2018, 01:16 PM - Forum: Answering BORG questions - Replies (8)

[url=https://www.facebook.com/smagsjr?fref=gs&hc_ref=ARTSzjmlIYD207_MhCDpGfCfAevNuMUHmAH1PwriL60t9URJ4D6KhmNU2EsTorVZG24&dti=402806040052918&hc_location=group][/url]
From Maggie Roberts - found on another forum but pretty good post and I want to save it and my response.


These are my own questions, my own opinions and things I’ve noticed while researching this case. Feel free to give it a read and let me know what you think. Sorry in advance for the length.
First off, calling your friends over to contaminate the crime scene. Big red flag. If IDI how would he know what staircase she would come down? Why use Patsy’s notepad and marker; why would there be a need to practice it and on top of that why change the way the letter was started just to address JR. An advantage of Patsy writing the note; she would be in charge of what it said giving the evidence of it being practiced first in addressing the Ramsey’s. Being the author it gave her control to exclude herself. The time between the 911 call and the first officer arriving was only a couple minutes. So how did John manage to do all the things he said he did after Patsy yelled for him. Another question I had is what did pasty really do? She stated several times she didn’t know whether she went upstairs for John to read it or if she screamed. She said she didn’t read the whole thing but was able to recite some things said in the note. If IDI, why would he stay so long and risk being caught? The fact that the Ramsey’s were persistent in saying Burke was in bed the whole time and that JB was asleep and put to bed as soon as they got home is not plausible. PR and JR claimed that they dropped presents off at two different houses on the way home, but BR stated that they went straight home which gives more time for something to happen. The Ramsey’s were unable to keep their story straight when it came to recollecting certain significant details sent alarms off in my head. You can clearly hear another small voice in the 911 recording. Also JR stated that he was working on a model with Burke and after they both went to bed. Where’s said model? and during BR interview he stated he stayed up to finish the model after Everyone went to bed. Moving in to the pineapple, a ghost didn’t make the tea or the bowl so BR or PR did. Patsy claimed that she would hear cabinets being opened in the night even though she would be on the 3RD floor when the kitchen was on the first floor. Unless they squeak loudly. That’s bs. Burke’s interviews are full of behavioral clues along with PR and JRs interview. Why did patsy lie about the clothes JB was dressed in?Why would burke say John came to wake him up if JR said he didn’t. Why would John fail to mention the things he “noticed on his search of the house” when FW noticed them. Why was JR acting so weirdly and where did he go between 10:40 and 12? Why was JB found murdered in her own home when it was evident that she had been kidnapped and how did JR find her within minutes after so many people searched the house? (He already knew where she was) Based on behavioral clues, red flags, and the fact that the Ramsey’s lawyered up and refused to corporate with BPD leads me to believe it was the family that murdered that little girl (intentional or not) and they staged it. Due to JRs wealth and social status I’m sure he could turn some heads.

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  A CBI report
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-18-2018, 09:26 AM - Forum: DNA - more technical discussions - No Replies

       


These pages just show what was submitted, when and when the exams were completed.  Some reports are more informative than others and other kinds of reports were more revealing, clearly stating that a person could not have been the owner of the golden DNA. 

I can only share what has been made public elsewhere.

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  September 2018 story
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-17-2018, 09:47 PM - Forum: Tabloid stories - No Replies

JonBenét Ramsey Ransom Note Holds Coded Clues To Murder Mastermind

'The mastermind of the murder does want people to know who he is.'

[Image: 6954dc6755543be306a17f334605e63b?s=64&d=identicon&r=g] By Radar Staff
Posted on Sep 12, 2018 @ 7:08AM ver-Before-Seen JonBenet Ramsey Video Reveals Clue To Killer

Nearly 22 years after the brutal murder of child beauty queen [b]JonBenét Ramsey. [/b], the case has been blown wide open by the mysterious ransom note left at the scene of the crime — which is believed to contain coded messages that identify her killer.
RadarOnline.com has learned the 350-word note is filled with a bizarre series of lettered patterns and words written backward  that investigators have been analyzing with CSI-like forensic lighting


Now the cryptic ransom note has sparked a fresh manhunt in Boulder, Colo., where a crack team of cold case investigators is assisting detectives.
“Without a doubt this is a breakthrough for the teams working on this case ,” said a top law enforcement source. “It’s another step toward revealing the identity of those responsible.”
PHOTOS: JonBenét’s Body May Be Exhumed — ‘I Think It Could Yield Results,’ Says Dad John 
A leading forensic investigator with long-standing ties and influence in the Ramsey case, [b]Roscoe Clark[/b], who has assisted cops in their investigation, strongly believes unraveling the ransom note’s hidden message will solve the crime.
Clark has used state-of-the-art Polilight PL500 equipment, a device that utilizes high-powered infrared and ultraviolet bulbs, to filter out the different shades of gray water-based marker used to write the letter.
The tests have also revealed handwriting pressures, drafts and mistakes in the note.
“What’s important is that [by using CSI lamps] I can see the overlap of the ink so that I can tell which words were written in reverse,” Clark told Radar. “It points to a code or a hidden message.”
PHOTOS: Case Closed? Ransom Note IDs JonBenét Ramsey’s Killer!.
Roscoe has a chilling theory on why the note was written in code.
“I think the mastermind of the murder does want people to know who he is, but he doesn’t want to give away his identity because he’s too proud and believes he’s smarter than the police,” he said.
Clark’s assessment is corroborated by renowned forensic document expert [b]Brenda Anderson[/b] — who studied the three-page ransom note and explained such letters are typically short and to the point.
“I’ve never seen a three-page ransom letter,” Anderson told Radar. “If someone goes to great lengths to write [three pages] there has to be a motive. Why go to all that trouble?”
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“Maybe this individual was so twisted he left the clues behind in the note and it’s somehow coded,” she continued. “It’s something that needs to be pursued because the handwriting is very unusual.”
Ramsey was sexually violated and strangled inside her family’s ritzy home in Boulder on Christmas night in 1996.
Cops suspect the killer broke a basement window, crept into the house and knocked the 6-year-old out with a stun gun.
Ramsey was carried to the basement, bound, silenced with duct tape, molested, strangled with a garrote and smashed in the head with a baseball bat.
After her body was discovered by her dad, [b]John[/b], the ransom note demanding $118,000 was found on the kitchen staircase.
“This is a giant step in the right direction,” said renowned attorney [b]Peter Gleason[/b], who once ran for the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office.
“There is no such thing as over-analyzation of evidence when it comes to criminal matters. This could definitely lead to new suspects!”


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  fAMILY THOUGHTS
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-15-2018, 08:47 PM - Forum: THE KILLER - No Replies

ST: And let me ask you this, if this was somebody who came into the home that you knew, who might this person have been? Who would have had the best opportunity, if it was somebody that you know to have done this?
PR: God, I don’t know. I mean, I have asked myself that question a million times. I mean, you know, anybody that had keys and I’m trying to remember everybody. I think I, you know, the cleaning lady and the (inaudible) had a key and the, or if somebody that could have gotten to a key, or if it was actually, I don’t know how to pick locks, you know. And I don’t know that the doors wee locked or they could have, you know, walked right in. And you know, have you seen that little side flip door in the garage? That had been locked don the inside, one of those slide locks, you know. I mean, I don’t know, if that was open, they could have gotten in.
ST: Patsy, as you’ve thought about this over the last four months, do you think that this incident, the death of JonBenet started out as a premeditated act or do you think it was an event that got out hand by the offender?
PR: I don’t think that, I don’t know. I can’t begin to guess why anybody would do this.
ST: Why do you think somebody did this, Patsy?
PR: I don’t know.
ST: Do you think the person who did this, under any circumstances, would deserve a second chance?
PR: A second chance?
ST: What do you mean, a second chance?
ST: Pity or forgiveness?
PR: Oh God, no. I mean, not a…
ST: What should happen to the person that we apprehend, Patsy?
PR: I don’t know what you do tot people that do this. But whatever it is, strongest punishment there is, I don’t, especially to a child.

April, 1997

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  downstairs bathroom/toilet
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-15-2018, 08:23 PM - Forum: odds and ends - No Replies

ST: Patsy, is that bathroom in the basement typically used, infrequently used?
PR: Infrequently.
ST: Who uses that?
PR: I, when we had the home tour, that Christmas tour a couple of years ago, I cleaned it up and let the volunteers use that. They kind of made a little office down in the basement. You know, there were a lot of, all those volunteers would have been in that basement. Talking about who would have known about that cellar room.
TT: What part of the basement did they have their office down there?
PR: Well, I just had a little card table set up, and there were, is this ok to skip back to when we were talking about?
TT: Sure.
PR: You know, they had to like register, sign in. There was going to be a tour guide, that sort of thing. So a lot of people would have been down in that basement. I know it was couple of years ago, but you, I didn’t even go back down at all with them, they could have wondered back down there.
TT: OK. Now is there a sign-in list some place, who ran the sign I list.
PR: Jane Cronick was the, like the house chairman or something like that. And I bet she would have a list of those people.
TT: OK. Betty Cronick?
PR: But, I don’t know if they still kept it, but if anybody would, Mrs. (inaudible) might. I’m sorry (inaudible) what were we talking about? Oh a thought just occurred to me, it would have been a lot more people down there.
ST: I’m bouncing around on the page with you, but again, that might be a list that we’d certainly like to look at, along with a number of other things, as I hope we continue to work together on this thing. That includes a list of who was in that basement and might be able to (inaudible).
PR: And we were talking about who all used that bathroom. I think that, you know, the boys (inaudible) and Burke and kids would go play in the rain room there, and I think Linda mentioned one time that she, you know, opened that bathroom and it was coming back down in there, and I think occasionally the kids might have used that.
ST: OK. Kids.
PR: Somebody used the bathroom and didn’t flush it.
TT: OK. Kids.
PR: After a long time. But, you know, that was not one that we normally used.

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  his knife
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-15-2018, 08:16 PM - Forum: Burke Ramsey - bio - No Replies

ST: Patsy, once we were told that Burke at times, would walk through the house whittling and that was something that apparently got on Linda Hoffmans’ nerves somehow to clean up after him.
PR: Right.
ST: Was this consistent with his little pocketknife?
PR: Yeah.
ST: He’d walk through the house whittling and for the tape, I’m showing Patsy a photo of a little red Swiss army knife.
PR: Right. He had one we had gotten him in Switzerland, it h ad his mane on it. Does this have his name on it?
ST: I don’t know.
PR: You don’t know, OK


Fact is, the knife the police took in was not the knife with Burke's name on it - that reappeared in Atlanta after movers emptied the Boulder house - - along with his second knife.  Some believe the knife police have was carried in by the killer.

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