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#11
They had not only lost a daughter but were being crucified in the press as the killers! Press wouldn't let them breath, they were worried about Burke's safety and what would happen if they were arrested for something they didn't do. They were watching their fortune go to lawyers and investigators and private investigators while their income literally stopped. Patsy was concerned about the stress bringing back her cancer.

Oh yeah, they must have been guilty to consider suicide. (Hardly)
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#12
From an interview - Gaby Wood and Michael Tracey

JonBenet's death gripped America, Tracey suggests, because it had everything going for it: 'Sex, sleaze, the rich father, the American dream gone bad... It was a combination of voyeurism, resentment, anger, irrationality, a cultural viciousness. It was Greek - a lot of people focused on it as a kind of catharsis.'

Where is the catharsis, I ask, if the case is unsolved? 'It's in the hate. Hate the Ramseys, you feel better. This was pretty close to a conspiracy.'
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#13
I wrote on another forum (reddit):
Boulder is a puddle of buildings surrounded by nothing but national park land - plenty of places to dump a body. Traci Neef's killer dumped her unseen, JonBenét's killer could have done the same.
Yes, there is always a risk, but her killer wasn't shy about taking risks.

FuryoftheDragonPDI wrote,

Boulder is a puddle of buildings surrounded by nothing but national park land - plenty of places to dump a body. Traci Neef's killer dumped her unseen, JonBenét's killer could have done the same.
"Could have" is not the point.

Yes, there is always a risk, but her killer wasn't shy about taking risks.
Based on what?


And my final response

You wrote, "Could have" is not the point." and I laughed out loud. These forums are full of theories and possibilities. The Ramseys are being accused of this murder because they COULD HAVE left the child's body in the house with the ransom note, they COULD HAVE removed the remainder of the duck tape and cord, they COULD HAVE planted the foreign DNA. But I say they could have discarded of the body unseen as did the killer of Tracy Neef, and you say that isn't the point - that is funny!
I posted that the killer wasn't shy about taking risks and you ask,
"Based on what?" Again, I have to laugh. This guy was carrying a set of items that - if LE caught him it would have been described in court as his "set of tools related to his fantasies and crime". A stun gun, cord, tape... maybe a few other items. Someone may have known he owned such a collection and sometimes had it in his car or carried it with him. He entered a house and took one child while her parents were nearby, tortured, raped and killed her. He left his own handwriting behind, not worried about it being identified. I think that's three good examples of a risk taker.
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#14
"stoned luck aka luky9" was posting on a thread about John being concerned that it was taking so long for someone to find JOnBenet's body. Hir wrote,
'"Being found by? They were in house.they couldn't reach her.The door was non functioning."

My response:

Huh? The door was seen straight on when you reach the bottom of the stairs - - a full size door at the end of a hall. There was a block of wood at the top of the door, easily turned to prevent the door from swinging inward.

The door functioned when the housekeeper and her family took the Christmas trees out - and when the killer put the body in. It had to be functioning the next morning.

Seriously, some of the BORG train of thought is just... lacking any common sense.
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