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  Trujillo retires
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-12-2024, 10:51 PM - Forum: 2024 - Replies (1)

Feb. 11—Known best for his time as a detective, specifically on the JonBenet Ramsey murder case, Boulder police Cmdr. Thomas Trujillo has retired after 38 years with the department.
Trujillo joined the department in 1986 after working at the Boulder County Sheriff's Office as a reserve deputy and a paramedic at A-1 Ambulance in Boulder, according to the Boulder police website.
Throughout his career, his positions included detective sergeant, head of the Major Crimes Unit, supervisor on the Boulder County Investigative Team, crisis negotiator on the SWAT team, detectives training officer supervisor, incident commander for the Boulder County Incident Management team, firearms instructor and commander of Watch 3 Patrol, according to a Boulder police Instagram post.
In the post, Trujillo was commended for his work on the Basemar homicide, the Libman homicide and the case of Jessica Ridgeway. Trujillo led the investigation of the King Soopers mass shooting in March 2021 and assisted in the response to the recent Marshall, Calwood and Lefthand Canyon wildfires.
"He brought compassion to a chaotic investigation and showed up with strong leadership for the younger officers and detectives in the midst of tragedy," the Instagram post said about Trujillo's work during the King Soopers mass shooting, which claimed the lives of 10 people including Boulder police Officer Eric Talley.
Trujillo was also at times at the center of controversy, including a 2022 report that uncovered a detective's failure to properly investigate cases. That included issues with communication, supervision and staffing within the detective unit. Trujillo was placed on a three-day suspension as a result of the investigation and a finding that he and four others violated "compliance with values, rules and general orders" and reassigned to commander of Watch 3 Patrol.
That move roughly coincided with the department welcoming greater involvement by other investigative agencies in the JonBenet Ramsey case — which Trujillo had long-held responsibility for investigating. In October, police denied that the reassignment had any connection with the infamous unsolved December 1996 murder, for for which Trujillo long served as one of two lead detectives.
In the Instagram post, police highlighted Trujillo's honors.

"He has commendations and recognitions from the chief, the FBI and two excellence awards. The FBI noted his work on the World Savings Robbery in the early '90s and he has recognitions for his CSI work on the 19th Street homicide, the 'Backpack Bandit' robberies, and his investigative work on an infant's death in 2002," it stated.
Trujillo turned down the Daily Camera's request for an interview.
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  Redfearn 1/29/2024
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-03-2024, 03:39 PM - Forum: 2024 - No Replies

Boulder's interim chief on police reform, Elijah McClain and JonBenet Ramsey

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Boulder Police Department Interim Chief Stephen Redfearn listens to a question during an interview in his office on Monday, Jan. 29, 2024, in Boulder, Colo.(Timothy Hurst/Denver Gazette)

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Boulder Police Department Interim Chief Stephen Redfearn listens to and contemplates a question during an interview in his office on Monday, Jan. 29, 2024, in Boulder, Colo.(Timothy Hurst/Denver Gazette)

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Boulder Police Department Interim Chief Stephen Redfearn answers a question during an interview in his office on Monday, Jan. 29, 2024, in Boulder, Colo.(Timothy Hurst/Denver Gazette)

Stephen Redfearn has been on the scene of some of Colorado’s most high-profile tragedies — Columbine, the Aurora theater shooting, the death of Elijah McClain, and the December 2021 Marshall Fire.
“It seemed like if it was going to happen, I was working,” he said in an interview from his second-floor Boulder office Tuesday.
As president of the Colorado Fallen Hero Foundation, Boulder’s new interim police chief also took the lead in planning Boulder Police Officer Eric Talley’s funeral after he was killed responding to the March 2021 King Soopers shooting.

Former Chief Maris Herold announced her resignation this November and Redfearn has officially been at the helm for two weeks.
He plans to apply for the permanent position with the City of Boulder. He joined the Boulder force in September 2021 as Herold’s deputy chief after 23 years at the Aurora Police Department.
"I needed a break from the constant chaos," he said. "My phone rang almost every night as Aurora's Division Chief of Operations. My phone doesn’t ring as much here."
Redfearn helped Herold establish, and is carrying out, a Reimagining Policing Plan which was approved by Boulder City Council in September 2023. It's a national effort pushed by the Obama Foundation, which calls for police departments to review and reform “use-of-force policies and/or ways to redefine public safety and combat systemic racism within law enforcement.”
To do that, the Boulder Police have asked for extra patrol officers, sergeants and lieutenants, plus the millions it will take to implement a transformation to the system. Redfearn calls the reimagining idea "police reform in a non-traditional sense" because "something had to be done after the murder of George Floyd."
Boulder’s plan works on a 60-40 principle, which stipulates that 60% of an officer's time should be spent responding to calls for service and the other 40% lies in community problem solving, for instance, “issues dealing with the unhoused,” said Redfearn.
The 27-year-old unsolved murder case of JonBenet Ramsey case is now his to oversee as an administrator and he is tight-lipped about last fall's meeting with the Cold Case Review Team — although he did budge on a timetable to get a DNA profile, assuring that "in the very near future we will be able to proceed with that."
Though he has met with the slain six-year-old's father, John Ramsey, and her brother John, he won't say whether Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey are persons of interest in the unsolved murder.  
"We are not sitting on our hands," he said. "We are never going to stop trying to solve this case."
At the top of the 45-year-old's priorities as interim chief are community engagement, and recruiting and retention of officers.

Like many local police departments, the competition to get new recruits is intense. Even with 16 recently sworn officers, the Boulder force is at 172, down from the target 190-officer level.
“We’re constantly in a hiring cycle and sending people to the academy,” said Redfearn, who is anxious for people to see his officers as human beings at events like "Coffee with a Cop."
There's been a disconnect between law enforcement and the general public since the murder of George Floyd, he said. 
“After 2020 we lost a lot of the face-to-face communication. We were vilified. We all became that officer who leaned on George Floyd’s neck. Right wrong or indifferent,” he said. “Good change has come out of the Floyd tragedy because we’ve all taken a look at our systems.”
One of his most controversial duties at Aurora Police, it turns out, came when he was called to oversee an active situation involving a young Black man who had been jumped by officers and then injected with an overdose of ketamine by paramedics. 
Elijah McClain Case
Redfearn took criticism last year when members of the NAACP Boulder County called on him to resign over his involvement and testimony in the McClain case. 

The night of Aug. 24, 2019, Redfearn arrived on scene as McClain was unconscious and on the way to the hospital. At issue with the Boulder NAACP was the fact that as night captain, Redfearn updated the original call with dispatch from being classified as a “suspicious person” incident to “assault on an officer." He changed the classification code, he said, because he was told that McClain had tried to take one of the officer’s guns. This turned out to be untrue, according to prosecutors and evidence presented during the criminal trials of the three APD officers at the end of 2023.
At the time there was no classification code for an incident specifying the attempt to confiscate of an officer’s gun.

Redfearn said that when he arrived, the incident was so heated that he immediately made the order to investigate it further instead of sending the officers on their way to write reports.
“I was like ‘Woah, everybody time out. This is a critical incident. We’ve got to treat this like an officer involved shooting',” he told The Denver Gazette. He said that the protocol involved interviewing the officers and calling the district attorney and critical incident team.
He later testified against the officers for the prosecution in the trials, which he said was “difficult.”
One officer was found guilty of criminally negligent homicide third-degree assault in McClain's death, and sentenced last month to 14 months in jail, with work release, and four years probation. The other two officers were acquitted of all charges.

But Annette James, president of NAACP’s Boulder chapter, said she is concerned that Redfearn “just took that statement,” she said. “He should have been a bit more thorough. If you really care about building community engagement, then you are truthful and don’t hide behind an archaic police policy.”
Darrin Olson, chair of the group's justice committee accused Redfearn of being "non-inclusive" and "not appropriate for a chief or even beat cop."
These are statements which Redfearn said were “frankly offensive.” He wrote an op-ed to in the Boulder Daily Camera to defend himself, describing McClain’s death as “heartbreaking.”
Aurora theater shooting
Just after midnight July 20, 2012, Redfearn was on duty when he received an urgent call to respond to a shooting at the Century 16 movie theaters in Aurora. Sirens blaring, he was one of the first officers on scene by the back door where the gunman's car was parked. As he began pulling bleeding victims from theater 9, James Holmes was placed in his patrol car.
With so many lives on the line and minutes to spare, ambulances were slow in coming. The only option was to place victims in police cars and send them to hospitals.
“The decision was desperation. I was so frustrated,” he told The Denver Gazette.

The makeshift ambulances with frightened and often dying victims began careening to hospitals which had beds to spare.
To make sure he didn’t overwhelm medical personnel, Redfearn made a mark on his plastic gloves every time a vehicle took off. By the time proper ambulances and fire trucks arrived, Redfearn had already navigated at least 27 wounded people to emergency rooms.
That hour of quick thinking was one of his proudest.
“It was insane," he said. "I hope we never deal with anything like that again.” 
The hiring process
Redfearn may be interim police chief at least until this summer, as the process of recruiting and hiring Herald’s replacement has just begun, according to Sara Huntley, director of communication and engagement for the City of Boulder.
“The hope is to have a new chief by 2025. Maybe even summer or early fall,” Huntley said.

The city is in the process of hiring a specialized recruiter to find the right pool of applicants for the job.
In the meantime, Redfearn is moving ahead with running the Boulder force — happy to be in a place where violent crime does not consume his life as it did in Aurora. His nights are no longer tied to the phone, so he's able spend time with his husband, a Venezuelan immigrant, and their rescue dog Roscoe.
His advice? Don’t believe everything you read. Or see.
“I walk into a room and people say 'look at that guy. He’s a White, assumed cisgender, straight male," he said. "The White part is right, but there are a lot of layers to many of us here.”

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  10/2/2023 - 2/1/2024
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-03-2024, 03:37 PM - Forum: 2024 - No Replies

Does year 27 mark new beginning in the JonBenet investigation?

After two recent meetings with Boulder law enforcement, JonBenet Ramsey’s family believes the relationship which has often been at a standoff between the two sides may have turned a corner.
JonBenet’s father and oldest brother hope that Boulder's promise to take a new look at evidence will solve the nearly 27-year-old case before it turns 30.
John Ramsey, along with his oldest son John Andrew, met with Boulder Police Chief Maris Herold and Deputy Chief Stephen Redfearn on Jan. 20, 2023 and that group with the addition of Boulder District Attorney Michael Dougherty met again this past June 1.

John Ramsey has maintained that he and his wife, Patsy are innocent in JonBenet’s death, but for years the couple were considered "under the umbrella of suspicion" for the crime.
When asked if John and Patsy Ramsey are still considered suspects or persons of interest in the case, a Boulder police spokesperson said that because "this is an open and ongoing investigation, we’re unable to give any interviews or comment on specific aspects of this crime."
Mrs. Ramsey died in 2006 of ovarian cancer at the age of 49. John Ramsey remarried and has continued to pressure the Boulder police to look at alternative suspects.
It’s not new for his oldest son, John Andrew, 47, to discuss the case face-to-face with Boulder police, but he said that in meetings before, he never felt that the investigative team was aggressively pursuing anyone else besides his father and stepmother.

The meetings this year felt different.
“We have trust that they are doing the right thing,” said John Andrew. “I told them that I am not interested in litigating the past.”
JonBenet Ramsey was first reported missing from her home in Boulder on the morning of December 26, 1996. Patsy Ramsey said she found a three-page ransom note, demanding $118,000 for the child's safe return, on the bottom steps of a spiral staircase on the ground floor of the family's upscale Boulder home near Chatauqua Park. Later that day, the child's body was found in the basement by her father.
Since then, the Boulder Police Department has investigated thousands of leads including more than 21,000 tips, letters, and emails, according to officials. 
Dougherty told The Denver Gazette that they are taking inventory of all of the physical evidence “verifying that it has been tested using the latest technology and advanced methods.”
 In a key statement, Dougherty said, "Whether it is DNA or other evidence, more is needed if this tragic murder is ever to be solved." 

The sensitivity of DNA testing has vastly improved in the last six years with the introduction of Investigative Genetic Genealogy, which applies advanced sequencing technologies to forensic DNA evidence samples. It then uses genetic genealogy methods and genealogical research, to come up with possible identities of people who have committed violent crimes. It's also used to identify human remains. 
John Andrew noted that “items that had been previously tested should be evaluated for new testing."
The Ramseys believe that DNA is a critical piece of the puzzle in a case which has confounded investigators for decades, but not everyone agrees with them. 
Former Boulder District Attorney Stan Garnett has said in previous interviews with The Denver Gazette that the JonBenet Ramsey murder is not a DNA case. He has always maintained that her death will not be solved by identifying who the DNA belongs to, saying the case will be solved using the “totality of the evidence.” He is now in private practice with Garnett, Powell, Maximon and Barlow in Boulder.
As DA, Garnett sent several items of evidence from the unsolved case to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation for DNA testing in 1996. The tests also tapped into an FBI database that includes genetic profiles from more than 15.1 million known offenders and arrestees, but did not match anyone.
This time around, a Boulder investigative team is in the process of digitizing boxes of case files in preparation for an upcoming Cold Case review team meeting, according to Dougherty. He said that a date hadn't been set for that meeting.

Why haven’t those files been digitized before? Boulder Police spokesperson Dionne Waugh texted that “new leadership and new eyes are bringing different perspectives to this investigation.”
Dougherty said that the FBI, the Colorado Department of Public Safety and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation will also be part of the renewed effort.
Herold began her tenure as Boulder chief in April 2020 and was the first lead ever brought in from outside of the department since JonBenet Ramsey’s Dec. 1996 murder. Deputy Chief Redfearn joined the Boulder force in 2021, after more than two decades of experience
Notably, one of the lead investigators who was on the Ramsey case from the beginning was removed from the investigation Nov. 1 last year when he was disciplined along with four other officers. Commander Thomas Trujillo received an involuntary transfer to patrol division, a three-day suspension and placed on a performance improvement plan after an internal audit that uncovered misconduct. 
John Andrew said that he’s now going to give the Boulder police space to get the work done. “This is what we’ve been asking for 26 years,” he said. 
JonBenet Ramsey would have been 33 years old had she lived. 

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  Greg McCrary -
Posted by: jameson245 - 01-27-2024, 12:11 PM - Forum: FBI involvement - No Replies

Jennifer Coffindaffer put a podcast on youtube and interviewed Greg McCrary from the FBI. My comments are being posted here becauses I expect they may disappear from that site.

GIVE ME A BLOODY BREAK from "experts" who don't know the facts of the Ramsey case and share misinformation! McCrary has a lot of facts wrong. I will just correct the worse errors, those easiest to discredit. Students of the case can just check these facts using the files we have access to - the interview tapes, autopsy, depositions - to discredit Retired FBI agent McCrary's take on this murder case. Jen Coffindaffer should be ashamed of her work, she needs a fact checker, not blind trust in a liar. 1. The call was made at 5:52, closer to 6 am than to the 5 am reported by JC. 2. The paper was not from Patsy's personal desk but was a pad routinely left on an open table in the back hall, just outside the kitchen, close to the kitchen phone. Anyone in the house had easy access to that pad. 3. There was no "Christmas bonus" - the amount of the ransom was very close to the bonus John received at the beginning of 1996. The figure was on all of the pay stubs he had received for over 10 months. 4. The room where the body was found was not hidden or secluded or difficult to find. Once you left the bottom step, the door to that room was directly in front of you! McCrary is repeating misinformation "leaked" by the BPD to the media early on. We know better now, well, most of us do. 5. JonBenét was murdered on Christmas Eve but Christmas night. (Really, Jen? Really?) Additional comment - McCrary admits he was BORG (Bent on Ramsey guilt) from the start. He "got bad vibes about, you know, getting involved". But now he feels confident giving interviews on the case and sharing misinformation? Geesh,, what a jerk.

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6. McCrary is talking about the misspellings in the note. He is ignoring the fact that 6 experts checked the handwriting and all 6 said John did not write the note and Patsy probably did not. With 1 being a match and 5 being "no way in Hell", Patsy scored a 4.5.
7. While leaving a ransom note with the body makes no sense, it isn't evidence against her parents. 7. McCrary should know John was not from Atlanta. he was from Michigan.
8. There was no "room inside a room" - - - the hall led to a door that opened up and heer body was found on the other side of that door. Not secret or hard to find and not a room in a room at all.
9. The cops found the door to the windowless room. Officer French saw the door and CHOSE not to open it because of the latch on the hall side - no way to get out that way. French was not looking for a body but a way an intruder may have gone out.
Additional comment - - FBI agent Ron Walker was a HUGE influence on the BPD when he advised them immediately that they needed to "look to the parents". They followed his lead and wore blinders resulting in the fubar investigation we have been left with.
10. JonBenét was NOT found wearing the pink Barbie nightgown. She was sleeping in her white sweater top with a star ont he front and a pair of longjohn bottoms. The nightgown was found nearby, but she was not wearing it.

Keep reading, I'm not done yet.

11. The nightgown was not her "favorite". If she had a favorite, it was her "Genie" one-piece sleeping outfit.

12. The housekeeper never said the nightgown was in the laundry. I don't even know where McCrary got that from.

13. There is no evidence JonBenét was ever "redressed". She had begged to keep the "day of the week" panties and probably felt very proud when she got dressed for the Whites' Christmas dinner party and knew which panties to put on.

Additional comment - McCrary felt it was an inside job. He ignored the fact that the stun gun, cord, tape, fibers, hair, handwriting, DNA - - - none of it belonged to the Ramseys. AND, there was no history of neglect or abuse found, no history of drug or alcohol abuse or mental illness there. The department of social services interviewed Burke to see if they needed to remove him from the home and they determined he was fine at home, in the custody of his parents. But McCrary placed the blame on her family. (I hope he stays retired. His gut instincts.... stink.)

14. McCrary is right, the pad and pen and the paintbrush used for the garrote handle were from the house - - and anyone, family or intruder, had access to those things. McCrary conviently neglects to point out the cord and tape matched nothing in the house and LE could never link those items to the family.
15. Dear, bless your heart, dear McCrary..... the foreign male DNA that was found was CO-MINGLED with JonBenet's blood - the drops of blood that resulted from the sexual assault. The DNA was NOT found on the fabric between the drops of blood. There is no innocent explanation for that DNA being there and can identify the man who sexually assaulted JonBenét that night. It wasn't from the factory. (Just FYI, "bless your heart" is a southern phrase. You may want to look it up.)

16. JonBenét occasionally wet the bed - it wasn't considered to be a problem by her parents or doctor. It wasn't all the time. The housekeepeer didn't change the bed, Patsy did. JonBenét did not wet the bed on Christmas Eve or Christmas night. She wet herself when she was being attacked in the basement and the killer left her in those clothes. There is no evidence she was changed at all by her killer. Linda Hoffman-Pugh, the housekeeper, didn't know what was in the laundry. Simple as that.
17. Pineapple was not found in her stomach - - - it was found in her intestines and that fruit could have been eaten before going to the Whites' for dinnere.
18. McCrary should go back to school and study this case a bit. There is evidence JonBenét fought to get the garrote off her neck - - she couldn't have done that after her skull was cracked - - the garrote came first, fool. (And again, JC, she was not killed on Christmas EVE.)
19. Yes, Greg, it was a high risk crime. Someone got in the house and spent hours in there. Not the first or last time a killeer or rapist has done this. Richard Speck killed how many nurses? High risk crime to be sure. Ted Bundy attacked a bunch of college girls, took more than a few minutes - high risk crime. More recently we have the Idaho college kids killed in their rented house. High risk crime. And we have the case in Boulder, just 9 months after JonBenét was murdered wheree "Amy" was sexually assaulted by a man who entered the house while the mother and daughter were out, hid for hours until they went to bed and then went to Amy's room. So it was a high risk crime - - one of many. As an FBI guy, you should not be so naive.
20. Already dealt with the nightgown and panties not being where McCrary says. Already dealt with the room not being a room in a room hard to find. Already dealt with the misinformation about the BPD not being able to find the room. McCrary is repeating the lies, I will repeat the corrections.

Close to the end, I expect one more post will finish my comments. My email is easy to find - email me with questions if you are so inclined. jameson245

21 - Jen, Jen, Jen. Linda Arndt was overwhelmed, her "mind exploded", remember? She couldn't keep track of much, took weeks to write her reports, edited and altered them over time. She thought John left the house - he did not, the mail was dropped into the house through a mail slot by the front door. Patsy was puking, crying hysterically and needed help to go to the toilet - you have her "entertaining" her company. John was by the phone. He was doing his best to hold it together - and his military and pilot training helped. They knew well when 10 o'clock came and went - they didn't know if the call would come in on the 26th or 27th and that was what was said. Not reported, but discussed that morning at the house. John was not making arrangements for a flight out of town - he may have been making arrangements for the older children to come to Boulder. I admit I don't know the details there. But having spoken to John Ramsey for hours on this, working on a few documentaries and a podcast, I know they did note the time. Arndt wasn't recording anything or taking notes, and her mind was .... exploding. What else can I say?
22. John's call to make flight arrangements to go to Atlanta took place AFTER the body was found. Patsy and John wanted to go home, to be with family, to make arrangements to bury JonBenét next to her sister. The family had been told they had to leave the house - it was a crime scene and they had to leave. Police weren't talking to them at the time, had asked their questions. Why wouldn't they go home to feel safe, comforted, to bury their baby? McCrary lies - - or is mistaken. Shameful to be a "talking head' when he knows so little.
23. McCrary doesn't know they had the money ready to pay the ransom? Holy JC, this program is really REALLY bad. The money had been arranged for, Greg. Honest.
Additional comment - - Wouldn't a parent staging a kidnapping ask for a lot more money? A million or two? Wouldn't they put the child's name in the note? Yes, 118 meant something to the killer. So did S.B.T.C McCrary doesn't know what those things meant so he will just go with his gut. Lazy investigative work. (Cops didn't follow through on several confessors, maybe they could tell us what those details meant. FBI didn't push for the people who confessed to be carefully checked. OneSolved's suspect is a prime example of that. I have a suspect in mind who confessed to Mr. and Mrs. W - - - never properly investigated. Lou Smit wanted him checked but BPD just didn't bother.

MY PERSONAL COMMENT - - on the Grand Jury - - Vassar Professor Donald Foster is the reason the grand jury indicted the Ramseys - - Grand Juror Jonathan Webb told me that himself. But Foster had already been discredited in this case. That is documents in the Schiller, Ramsey and Thomas books. I have a page on that - jameson245 and foster_page will locaate it if you do a google search. The DA knew that Foster would never be called in an actual trial, that his handwriting testimony would be unaccepted because he wasn't a handwriting expert and the experts who worked with the actual ransom note disagreed with his findings. The DA was legally obliged to refuse to prosecute a case where he knew he had ZERO chance of getting a conviction - - so he properly refused to prosecute the Ramseys. The grand jury being able to indict a ham sandwich didn't work this time. I am proud of my efforts to expose that charlatan and am glad he is retired from this kind of work.
MORE - They say they are reinvestigating this case - and they say they are investigating intruder suspects - - this show doesn't seem to understand that. McCray is no gold mine - - he is not even a lump of coal. He is a jerk.

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