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Apr 11, 2015 Bob Buice rated it did not like it
Recommends it for: No one
What can we say about a writer who refuses to disclose his/her name and a book that has to be self-published. Is the author concerned about something? Could it be that no other publisher would touch it? In “Ruled IN – Solving the JonBenet Ramsey Case” an author identified as “DocG” determines unequivocally that John Ramsey is the murderer of his daughter, JonBenet, no ifs, ands or buts. The author goes through a long, boring comparison of handwriting, contradicting several experts, to show that What can we say about a writer who refuses to disclose his/her name and a book that has to be self-published. Is the author concerned about something? Could it be that no other publisher would touch it? In “Ruled IN – Solving the JonBenet Ramsey Case” an author identified as “DocG” determines unequivocally that John Ramsey is the murderer of his daughter, JonBenet, no ifs, ands or buts. The author goes through a long, boring comparison of handwriting, contradicting several experts, to show that John Ramsey wrote the ransom note. By the time the reader gets half way through all this rhetoric, he/she is thoroughly confused, if not asleep. The author uses the autopsy report to accuse John Ramsey of sexually molesting JonBenet, claiming that the report indicates “digital penetration.” While the report did, in fact, report damages to the vaginal area, which several experts indicated were consistent with past and present sexual molestation, the term “digital penetration” was not used. In all fairness to DocG, considerable evidence against John Ramsey was presented, but I suggest interpreting it with caution, given DocG’s determination to convict John Ramsey. DocG says that an intruder could not have entered through the notorious basement window because the spider webs and dust were not disturbed. Other reports say just the opposite. Much has been written about the JonBenet Ramsey case and many reports contradict each other. Nobody knows the truth. If you are interested in a scholarly analysis of the evidence to reach a solution to this crime, forget it. However, if you like a one-sided fantasy, whose decision is presented at the beginning, followed by a careful selection of evidence to support this conclusion, this book is for you.
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