Delmar England
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Here's one of his...

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DNA? So, it does not match the family. So what? Who does it match? Unknown? If unknown, how can it be known to connect to the crime and be "evidence?" If the source of this DNA were known, then factually connected to the crime scene, then it is evidence. Absence this, it is just more speculation that caters to intruder mental creation."


He is talking about the DNA of an unknown male that was found under JonBenet's nails, on the sides of the longjohns she wore to bed that night - and the same DNA was found comingled with the blood in her panties.  That blood was the result of the sexual assault that took place just before she died - it had not started to heal.

He discounts this as evidence.  God save us from people like him who become detectives.
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delmar england wrote:
None of the alleged evidence of an alleged intruder connects to any known fact regarding the crime. All the alleged evidence of an alleged intruder is nothing more that mutually dependent items of speculation none of which go to ground zero and connect to any item of actual evidence. In other words, pure mental invention and illusion without a trace of credibility.


MY COMMENT -
First item - use of a stun gun that left marks on JonBenet's lower back and face. Scientific tests run by qualified people (Dr. Doberson) verify that. There was no stun gun EVER linked to the Ramseys so it is believed an intruder carried it in and out with him.

Second item - Jonbenet was found with black duct tape on her face. Scientific tests on the single piece of black duct tape proved that the two pieces of tape were not a match. It is believed an intruder carried it in and out with him.

Third item - The cord used to bind JonBenet matched nothing in the house. Only one "sealed end" of the cord was found and the length of the cord indicated it was not a full package. It is believed an intruder carried that in and out with him.

Fourth item - The handwriting on the note, to date, is not a perfect match. John was excluded as the author and on a scale of 1-5 with 1 being a match and 5 being "no way", Patsy made a whopping 4.5. Actual detectives believe the killer's historical handwriting will match that on the note. In addition, they feel the language of the note will also be similar to the killer's own.

Fifth item - there was DNA found in more than a few places on the body and at the crime scene. Under her nails, on the sides of her long johns and, most importantly, comingled with the drops of blood that she shed when sexually attacked that night. (New testing and an old test known as DNA -X seem to prove there are other areas as well.) That DNA does not match anyone in the family and tests are being done to find the person who left that behind. That EVIDENCE really shouldn't be ignored.

If Delmar would ignore all that evidence, I would like Delmar to tell me just what he might look to in order to solve any crime.
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