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"pads of paper"
Posted by jams on Dec-24-99 at 00:04 AM (EST)

Quote:Seems that there were pads removed from the Ramsey house - at least two.
One was taken from the house at some point by Linda Hoffman Pugh - she gave it to investigators after the murder.
Another was taken from the house on the night of the party on December 23rd, 1996 - by none other than Fleet White.
Fleet was using a notepad to take notes while he was on the telephone. He took the pad with him when he left to go to Denver International Airport that evening, since all of his notes were on the pad.
Now, I don't happen to think either Fleet or Linda killed JonBenét Ramsey - but I want to let people know there WERE pads floating around.
Could someone have taken a pad from the house and returned it? Apparently the answer to that is "Yes."
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1 . "More details"
Posted by jams on Dec-24-99 at 09:02 AM (EST)
During the Dec. 23rd party, for much of the time Fleet was using the phone in
the family room on the first floor. There were several people in there eating
their buffet dinners. He made a number of calls regarding his mother, who
was hospitalized in Aspen. He seemed to be trying to get some medicine or test
results to Aspen . Some of the calls seemed to be to messenger services.
Because it was evening, he was having a hard time getting what he needed,
getting transferred around. He was agitated throughout the time.
Fleet was using a white letter-sized notepad on which he was taking notes. He
would kneel in front of the telephone table and write on the pad, which he had
put on the table. A few pages were folded over on the pad, maybe because he or
someone else had already written on them. It seemed pretty clear that he
didn't bring the pad with him to the party. After a while, when he had made
the arrangements he needed to, Fleet left the part early to go to Denver to
pick up the medical equipment/tests from somewhere (a medical supply place, a
hospital? -- it was unclear from the calls) and take it to DIA to be flown to
his parents in Aspen. Another man at the party asked Fleet if he wanted him to
go, and Fleet said no. The two men that the Whites brought to the party may
have gone with Fleet, but it isn't clear. Fleet took the white notepad with
him to go to Denver because it had the directions and information on it that he
needed.
The Boulder authorities know this. (Surprised this didn't "leak"? Not me - it doesn't look bad for the Ramseys. Remember, I don't think Fleet is involved, so I am not pointing at him. Just pointing out how the media slanted the stories.)


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2 . "Its 'media bias' not 'tabloid bias'."
Posted by DonBradley on Dec-24-99 at 11:46 AM (EST)
>
>I am not pointing at him.
> Just pointing out how the
>media slanted the stories.
Yes, indeed.
This is relevant,although it is not in any way crucial or so utterly devestating to any particular theory, it is relevant. Availability of the pad or knowledge of the type of pads found in the home is an interesting fact to be considered ... but its not just the tabloids who are really not interested in publishing anything other than what will be profitable for them.



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3 . "If Fleet's mother"
Posted by SpiritRain on Dec-24-99 at 12:26 PM (EST)
was in the hospital in Aspen, why was he making overseas calls? Isn't that the story we've been hearing as to accidently calling 911?
Althought the Washington Post reported the person who made the 911 call was a "drunken party guest."

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5 . "Has it ever struck you as "somewhat odd"?"
Posted by DonBradley on Dec-24-99 at 03:05 PM (EST)
>
>person who made the 911 call
>was a "drunken party guest."
>
Just how many people out there think that the Ramseys gave parties at which there were guests who got drunk and dialed 911, even inadvertantly?
How many guests in your home get drunk?
How many do you invite back again for a Christmas party?



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4 . "Minor point here."
Posted by DonBradley on Dec-24-99 at 03:01 PM (EST)
>taken from the house at
>some point by Linda Hoffman Pugh
>- she gave it to investigators
>after the murder.
Okay, so after the murder she gave investigators the pad, but WHEN did she take it and WHY did she take it?
I'm not saying its incriminating ... FW surely was reasonable in taking the information with him, though I would have torn off the pages, myself. But was a housekeeper in need of some vital notes she had taken? Impulse? Need to collect pads?
Maybe its very minor but it should be addressed.

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6 . "overseas"
Posted by jams on Dec-24-99 at 04:36 PM (EST)
The "overseas" theory was just that - a theory. No authority has ever said that was what happened.
I don't know if I believe he was drunk. I haven't heard that from people who were there - I haven't heard that he had a "drinking problem". Doesn't mean he didn't, just that no one has indicated that to me and I no longer trust what the media reports.


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7 . "Always seemed a bit unlikely..."
Posted by DonBradley on Dec-24-99 at 06:22 PM (EST)
>The "overseas" theory was just that a theory
Seems strange that there should suddenly be a foreign 911 area code that no one has ever heard of and that this was the first time anyone ever dialed it inadvertantly. Not impossible, but very unlikely.

>just that no one has indicated that to me
>and I no longer trust what the media reports.
Well, its not necessarily something that would have been broadcast, but if the topic of the phone call came up, then any significant point about lack of sobriety would probably have come up also, the fact that it didn't probably shows he was sober.
And 'no longer trust what the media reports'...
alas thats a sensible attitude to take.


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8 . "Overseas theory"
Posted by Karebear on Dec-24-99 at 06:33 PM (EST)
>The "overseas" theory was just that -
>a theory. No authority has
>ever said that was what happened.
This puts a whole new light on the fake 911 call then. Who DID call 911 and WHY??
KB


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9 . "Karebear"
Posted by SpiritRain on Dec-24-99 at 07:59 PM (EST)
This is an srticle I found on the 911 call:
From CNN archives:
Source: Guest made 911 call from Ramsey home
Incident occurred days before child's death
January 10, 1997
Web posted at: 2:30 p.m. EST
BOULDER, Colorado (CNN) -- Police may have found an explanation for a 911 call placed from the home of JonBenet Ramsey three days before the 6-year-old was found strangled in the basement.
According to The Washington Post, which quoted an unnamed source, Boulder police have been told the call was made by a drunken guest attending a Christmas party hosted by the child's parents.
The Post reported Friday that the source close to the family described the call as "irrelevant." The December 23 call ended before the police dispatcher could talk to the person on the line.
After calling back and getting voice mail, police sent an officer to the home, according to police records examined Thursday by The Associated Press. The officer left minutes later and did not file a report.


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10 . "Overseas"
Posted by jams on Dec-24-99 at 08:10 PM (EST)
To call London I dial 011-44

Like I said, it was just a theory that we discussed early on - now we know why Fleet was on the phone the theory seems simply wrong.

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11 . "Sooooo"
Posted by LovelyPigeon on Dec-24-99 at 09:47 PM (EST)
Fleet took a pad and LHP took a pad. Seems like taking pads was much easier than some posters want to believe.
I never did think FW was drunk that night, because I don't think the Ramseys had close friends who got drunk in their home. There were others there, tho, who weren't close friends of the Ramseys, like the two men who came with Fleet White, and Glen Meyer.
So, it's possible that someone at the party was tipsy and made the 911 call. Attendants at the party should know if any one fessed up when the police came.
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(08-29-2018, 01:52 PM)jameson245 Wrote: This is relevant,although it is not in any way crucial or so utterly devestating to any particular theory, it is relevant. Availability of the pad or knowledge of the type of pads found in the home is an interesting fact to be considered ... but its not just the tabloids who are really not interested in publishing anything other than what will be profitable for them.
This is so true.  So many times we would read that because the pad on which the ransom note was written was in the Ramsey home, it pointed to their guilt.  WHAT would that have to do with ANYTHING?
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