looking for the web
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As I suspected, the very old and thick spider web seen in the crime scene photos was NOT left intact when the basement window was opened.

Look at the web left attached to the frame - it has a hole in it.  Look at the open window frame - the rest of the web  is there.

   
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In possession of some detailed descriptions attached to BPD crime scene photos.    Have been looking for mention of spider webs and just found one.

#420 

"In the lower right corner of the photograph, green foliage appears to be underneath the grate, which may indicate that the grate had been recently lifted.  Along the grate where it meets the brick wall, there are very few cob webs and none that can be detected attaching to the wall and the grate."
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(09-02-2017, 07:17 PM)jameson245 Wrote: In possession of some detailed descriptions attached to BPD crime scene photos.    Have been looking for mention of spider webs and just found one.

#420 

"In the lower right corner of the photograph, green foliage appears to be underneath the grate, which may indicate that the grate had been recently lifted.  Along the grate where it meets the brick wall, there are very few cob webs and none that can be detected attaching to the wall and the grate."

This is huge  and disproves the reports of the gate not being moved. 

Even if there was very few cob webs,              spiders are known for making spider webs very  quickly after it being tampered with.
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#14
An excerpt from Paula Woodward’s book “We Have Your Daughter” regarding the web ~ 

“This is the same window that was found open the morning of December 26. The operating theory among Boulder detectives was that the intact spider web proved the killer had not climbed into the house by that window because that particular spider web would have been disturbed if that had been the case. But according to reports from three different BPD officers, at least one spider web inside that window well had been disturbed. On Friday through Monday (December 27–30), those officers noticed spider web drag lines coming from the grate covering the window well and going down into the window well space. (BPD Report #1-1363.) According to one of those officers, these findings would indicate “that a spider web was disturbed.” But others disagreed. Later tests conducted by the Boulder Police Department also revealed that it would have been possible for an adult to climb through the center pane of the three-paned window into the basement, although others have long argued against this possibility. John Ramsey found this window open the morning of December 26. Styrofoam packing peanuts also seemed to have been brushed into the right and left window well spaces away from the center window, possibly indicating that someone had moved such debris in order to enter the center window, a possibility that would support an intruder theory. Other packing peanuts were also on the basement floor.”
*** JUSTICE FOR JONBENET ***
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