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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 (8)

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 (3)

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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  Linda Mason
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 11:42 AM - Forum: Ramsey family FRIENDS - Replies (1)

Charlevoix friend

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  From Linda McLean's book
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 11:41 AM - Forum: Glen and Susan Stine - Replies (6)

Next is Susan Stine, she met Patsy in Boulder when their sons were in kindergarten. They were friends before the murder, much closer friends after.

Susan admired Patsy not only for her organizational skills but her energy and willingness to put herself out for others. Shendescribed a time when Patsy had people in her home to make decorations for a school event. People were cutting and glueing and glittering and Burke was in charge of making the lemonade And serving cookies.

"Of course, the floor was a sticky mess - but Patsy didn't seem to care a bit. John was there, too, and seemed happy to open his house to this noisey , messy group. He obviously enjoyed this beehive of activity as he talked and laughed with the children.This was a home full of love and laughter, welcoming everyone who entered Iit. No one was a stranger to Patsy and John. "

"I never thought of her as vain." " Speaking of lack of vanity, I remember seeing her at school and home without any hair and I was Iinspired by her energy and enthusiasm. Chemotherapy treatments had rendered her bald, and she had wigs that she sometimes wore. But she said they were hot and uncomfortable, and that she didn't care what she looked like. She knew the children would accept her for what she was like on the inside, not what she looked like on the outside."

Susan wrote about Patsy's strength when fighting cancer, putting on a brave face as she knew she could die without seeing the children grow up. On one particular day, Susan watched her son playing with Burke and JonBenet and said a little prayernasking God to keep her son safe and let herbe with him for a long time. She wrote that she wishes now she said the same prayer for Patsy.

" I have known Patsy before, during and after her horrible loss. I have seen her in situations from profound happiness to the depths of grief and I know what a wonderful human being she is. I have watched John and Patsy endure the worst kind of cruelty imaginable, and yet their faith in God and in each other never waivers and their love for their family pulls them through. They have persevered with a dignity and courage that is seldom seen in this world. I am proud to be their friend; I will always be their friend."

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  Regina Orlick
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 11:35 AM - Forum: Ramsey family FRIENDS - Replies (1)

Atlanta friend, interviewed by Linda McLean

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  Marcia Shurley
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 11:34 AM - Forum: Ramsey family FRIENDS - Replies (1)

More from McLean book, an Atlanta friend

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  Claudia McCutcheon
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 11:32 AM - Forum: Ramsey family FRIENDS - Replies (1)

Atlanta friend to both John and Patsy

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  Betty Smith
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 11:29 AM - Forum: Ramsey family FRIENDS - Replies (1)

chaperone for pageant

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  Linda McLean
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 11:27 AM - Forum: Ramsey family FRIENDS - No Replies

She started out as Patsy's teacher and mentor, later the author of a book, "JonBenét's Mother - the Tragedy and the Truth".

Patsy had been crowned Miss West Virginia and was going to compete for Miss America. Linda McLean was her friend and helped her prepare for that event. Linda writes that "... she had SOMETHING SPECIAL and the judges saw it. She was as unpretentious and real as anyone you could meet. I think you can tell when someone is genuine, when her smile is sincere, when her heart is generous. That's what everyone who meets her thinks of Patsy."

Throughout the book, Linda is making a point:
"There is no dark side here -- no built up hostility or examples of deviant behavior. There's nothing to look back on which might cause someone to later become a monster. She was a talented young lady with a loyal family and good friends. This is just another chapter in the life of someone who was good and kind and genuine and generous and happy. And she made others happy."

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