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  Transcript Testimony of John Fernie Colorado vs Thomas C. Miller trial June 13, 2001
Posted by: Summer Dawn - 02-06-2017, 11:10 AM - Forum: John and Barbara Fernie - Replies (1)

Transcript Testimony of John Fernie
Colorado vs Thomas C. Miller trial
June 13, 2001



John Fernie and his wife, Barbara were called by Patsy Ramsey the morning of December 26, 1996 shortly after Patsy called 911 to report JonBenet Ramsey had been kidnapped. Three and a half years later, John Fernie was subpoenead to testify in the trial of the State of Colorado vs Thomas C. Miller, who was accused of conspiring to help Craig Lewis purchase a copy of the ransom note for $30,000 for the Globe.

John Fernie, "I drove my car into the -- up the alley and parked in the back of your house, and went around to the patio door, which was a glass door leading into the kitchen and back of the house, and didn't see anybody, but saw a piece of paper laying on the floor. Looked at that. It was facing the other direction. Read it. And after the first few lines realized something very strange was happening. And so I ran around to the front of the house and knocked on the door and was let in."

John Fernie: "I didn't pick it up. It was inside the door and I was outside. The door was locked. I read it through the door."

John Fernie: "Fleet and Priscilla White were there when I arrived. And my wife came shortly thereafter. And our -- Overstock, our priest, came afterwards as well."

John Fernie: "My recollection is that later in the day, when we were waiting for phone calls from the supposed kidnappers, we were sitting in the back room with a detective and trying to figure out what the note meant. And there was a copy of the note. I don't know if it was the note, or a copy of the note, actually."

During the testimony, John Fernie stated he was not given a copy of the note.


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  The "Patricia Letters" Mysterious Letter Writer Impersonating Patsy Ramsey
Posted by: Summer Dawn - 02-04-2017, 07:42 PM - Forum: Patricia - Replies (2)

1999-06-07: From The "Patricia Letter Writer" Collection[/font][/size][/b][/font][/size][/url]
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1999-06-07: E-Mail from Jim Tipson (http://www.find-a-grave.com) to Cheesy
(Cheesy was the "Woman from Wisconsin" mentioned in DOI Page 310)


Date: Mon, 7 Jun 1999 00:24:17 -0600
To: "Cheesy aka Patti"
From: Jim Tipton
Subject: Re: me again....

"So, kind sir, if you would answer these questions, I would be eternally grateful ( I thought that was an appropriate term to use ....eternally...get it?)"

um...yes, i get it...and i dont' much mind if you ARE a cop...at his point, i'm ready to turn the whole thing over to the FBI/Boulder Police, just in case this person is involved...

"Where the photos cropped by you?"

I honestly can't remember, but i bet they were...i crop probably 95% of all photos that are sent to me...throwing away the originals...so, yes, i imagine they were cropped by me...

"Were there any other photos sent to you that you did not post on the site?"

again...from a fuzzy recollection, i believe i posted all of the photos the person sent me...as noted before, she/he had VERY specific details about what captions went with what photos...and then after i posted them, she/he thought something was wrong, but it turned out it was just their monitor or something and then they thanked me for the 'beautiful' job i did in posting the photos...i posted all of the 'captions' as they were sent to me and i believe i posted all of the photos as well...

"do you recall when these photos were sent to you?"


Late october of 98...7 PM MST on October 29, 1998 to be specific...from the email: ramsey080690@hotmail.com The address: ramsey@nym.alias.net was also signed at the bottom of the message...



"Thank you so much, if I happen to become rich and famous over this, I will be sure to plug your 

website every chance I get."

I would hope so!

thanks agnd good luck,
jim


1999-11-11: From The "Patricia Letter Writer" Collection


Ramsey From Ramsey Thu Nov 11 13:12:41 1999
X-Apparently-To: gsquared100@yahoo.com via mdd502.mail.yahoo.com
Received: from nym.alias.net (18.26.0.252)
by mta105.mail.yahoo.com with SMTP; 11 Nov 1999 21:12:45 -0000
Date: 11 Nov 1999 21:12:41 -0000
Message-ID: <19991111211241.20408.qmail@nym.alias.net>
From: Ramsey
To: gsquared100@yahoo.com
Subject: My Friend Gail
Content-Length: 2968

Dearest Gail,

I want to thank you for your support and patient attentiveness to my past mails to you. Your insight into the man in mine and JonBenet's life; (now in her death), was very accurate. Once my foe, you turned into a wonderful friend. I will never forget how most every mail of yours ended with the gracious words, "How can I help you?". You will never know what those sweet words of help meant to me. I am sure you will remain good friends with people whom I respect and know as some of the world's finest journalists. Your intelligent insight coupled with your caring spirit, has brought me through this sea of confusion. I thank you, Gail - for everything.

It is with heavy heart that I come to you with the following unfortunate news - I must leave you now. For security reasons, the ramsey@nym.alias.net address will continue to exist to avoid sabotage through possible takeovers of the account; however, I will not have access to the account after tonight. Therefore, if you send messages to the Ramsey address, you will not be sending mail to me. Please be assured that I am in no present danger. Due to the overwhelming nature of this situation, and the fact that I have exhausted all my efforts; I have decided that I must let John, our investigators, and attorneys handle this situation in the way they see fit.

I am so sorry if I have done anything to confuse you or cause you to have any reservations about me. I am also very sorry that I cannot, at this time, discuss the things I shared with you here, via telephone or mail directed to my 4*** Paces Ferry Road address; the residence of my sister Pam; the Davis residence; or my parent's residence. Furthermore, I cannot discuss the things I shared with you here via any calls made to 404-262-**** or any of my cellular phone numbers. I need to talk to my husband about this before I meet with anyone and discuss this matter in front of him. I have not told him about this man. Our wedding anniversary is just days away - it would be the worse time to bring something of this magnitude up now.

I promise you that I am conscientously making every effort to find a way we can communicate past this closure. There will come an appropriate time when we can communicate via phone and mail - that time is not now.

I thank you for listening to me. I am richer from knowing you in this short amount of time. I will assure you that my husband, our investigators, and our attorneys will do everything possible to make sure justice is served. I hope soon to talk to the authorities personally. Until then, the previously mentioned people in my life will pursue truth and justice.

May God bless you. Until we meet again, you will be in my prayers. I will also pray that our separation will be a brief one. I feel confident that we will be back together in a very short time. Please remember my family in your prayers.

In Loving Gratitude,
Patricia Ramsey

1999-11-11: From The "Patricia Letter Writer" Collection


-----Original Message-----
From: AXD
To: cheesy21@email.com
Date: Thursday, November 11, 1999 03:19 PM
Subject: My Dearest Patti

Dearest Patti,

Patti, I will never forget what you have done for me. I will never forget the untold hours you have spent talking to me; helping me through this grief; showing concern when you felt I was in danger. I will never forget your faith in me when the world seemed to believe me guilty of this horrible crime. I will never forget your understanding responses when my heart was so full of grief over the loss of my baby. You have been like a sister to me. I know, someday, I will meet the woman who has shown my entire family such loyalty; such support. You pledged your faith in me during my darkest hours. Though I know more dark hours will follow, I am thankful that I had your friendship to help carry me through the ones I have survived thus far. My dearest Patti, words cannot describe what you have meant to me.

It is with heavy heart that I come to you with the following unfortunate news - I must leave you now. For security reasons, the ramsey@nym.alias.net address will continue to exist to avoid sabotage through possible takeovers of the account; however, I will not have access to the account after tonight. Therefore, if you send messages to the Ramsey address, you will not be sending mail to me. Please be assured that I am in no present danger. Due to the overwhelming nature of this situation, and the fact that I have exhausted all my efforts; I have decided that I must let John, our investigators, and attorneys handle this situation in the way they see fit.

I am so sorry if I have done anything to confuse you or cause you to have any reservations about me. I am also very sorry that I cannot, at this time, discuss the things I shared with you here, via telephone or mail directed to my 4*** Paces Ferry Road address; the residence of my sister Pam; the Davis residence; or my parent's residence. Furthermore, I cannot discuss the things I shared with you here via any calls made to 404-262-**** or any of my cellular phone numbers. I need to talk to my husband about this before I meet with anyone and discuss this matter in front of him. I have not told him about this man. Our wedding anniversary is just days away - it would be the worse time to bring something of this magnitude up now.

I promise you that I am conscientously making every effort to find a way we can communicate past this closure. There will come an appropriate time when we can communicate via phone and mail - that time is not now.

I thank you for listening to me. I am richer from knowing you in this short amount of time. I will assure you that my husband, our investigators, and our attorneys will do everything possible to make sure justice is served. I hope soon to talk to the authorities personally. Until then, the previously mentioned people in my life will pursue truth and justice.

May God bless you. Until we meet again, you will be in my prayers. I will also pray that our separation will be a brief one. I feel confident that we will be back together in a very short time. Please remember my family in your prayers.

In Loving Gratitude,

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  6 experts who matter
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 05:17 PM - Forum: Handwriting - Replies (10)

These experts are the only ones who examined the original handwriting samples. This is lifted directly from Judge Carnes' decision in the Wolf v. Ramsey civil case:

Quote:"Chet Ubowski of the Colorado Bureau of Investigation concluded that the evidence fell short of that needed to support a conclusion that Mrs. Ramsey wrote the note.

Leonard Speckin, a private forensic document examiner, concluded that differences between the writing of Mrs. Ramsey's handwriting and the author of the Ransom Note prevented him from identifying Mrs. Ramsey as the author of the Ransom Note, but he was unable to eliminate her.

Edwin Alford, a private forensic document examiner, states the evidence fell short of that needed to support a conclusion that Mrs. Ramsey wrote the note.

Richard Dusick of the U.S. Secret Service concluded that there was "no evidence to indicate that Patsy Ramsey executed any of the questioned material appearing on the ransom note."

Lloyd Cunningham, a private forensic document examiner hired by defendants, concluded that there were no significant similar individual characteristics shared by the handwriting of Mrs. Ramsey and the author of the Ransom Note, but there were many significant differences between the handwritings.

Finally, Howard Rile concluded that Mrs. Ramsey was between "probably not" and "elimination," on a scale of whether she wrote the Ransom Note."

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  September 2007 - Burglar dies after fall
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 04:17 PM - Forum: Boulder crimes - No Replies

A suspected burglar fell to his death after breaking into a third-story Boulder apartment, police said.

The suspect was found lying on a sidewalk outside the Vistoso apartments in the 4500 block of Baseline Road early Monday, according to the Boulder Daily Camera.

Police said a resident of a third-story apartment screamed when the man entered her apartment at about 2:20 a.m. and he was attempting to get away when he fell at least 24 feet to the sidewalk below.

The man was not wearing shoes or socks and had no climbing equipment.

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Searched for more info but can't find anything.

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  dozens of burlaries - Nick Duskin
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 04:07 PM - Forum: Boulder crimes - No Replies

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BOULDER, Colo.  October 15, 2015

Police arrested Nick Duskin, 31, suspected in dozens of burglaries in Boulder between April and September, 2015.  In many cases people were home and sleeping at the time of the crimes. 

After police searched the suspect’s home in Aurora they say they found thousands of items that were stolen and now they’re trying to link the items to their rightful owners.

Police say Duskin’s method was similar in many cases — cutting and prying screens or using a ladder to get in through a second story window.

The arrest affidavit says that police were able to connect the crimes largely due in part to the suspect’s DNA that was left behind at some of the houses.

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  Aug 2014 - Burglaries reported
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 03:58 PM - Forum: Boulder crimes - Replies (2)

BOULDER - Boulder police are warning residents of a man they believe is responsible for a string of home burglaries in the neighborhoods of Goss Grove, University Hill, downtown and the area of 14th and Pine Streets.

In one of the burglaries, which occurred Sunday in the 1500 block of 9th Street, the female victim was asleep in her bed and was awakened by an unknown man touching her leg. The man left the home when she confronted him. She was not injured.

Boulder police are also investigating other cases in which the suspect or suspects have entered homes through unlocked doors and windows while many of the victims were home. In some of the cases, cash and electronics were stolen. In other cases, nothing was taken. Several of the victims confronted the burglar, who fled before police were notified. None of the victims has been hurt.

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  Boulder Burglar - 2015
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 03:54 PM - Forum: Boulder crimes - No Replies

Boulder Burglar - 2015


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 A burglar broke into a woman's 19th Street Boulder apartment on Aug. 17 at approximately 4:45 p.m.

The woman noticed the screens had been partially popped off and two front windows were completely open. When she went inside, she found the burglar and confronted him before he fled.

The burglar is described as a white man with dark slightly graying hair, a mustache with a "tall and lanky" build and a southern accent. He had a small rectangular tattoo on his left shoulder and was wearing a black cut-off Harley Davidson t-shirt and light-colored jeans.



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My note - This happened years after our murder, but the man is graying so may be woth a second glance.  Also of interest is the southern accent.

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  Midnight Burglar
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 12:26 PM - Forum: Boulder crimes - Replies (3)

January 23, 1997
Boulder Press Release
POLICE ADVISE COMMUNITY OF "MIDNIGHT BURGLAR"
Residents Reminded to Lock Doors and Windows at Night Boulder Police are advising residents to be certain they lock their doors following a rash of nighttime burglaries which appear to be related.
The burglaries date back to December 12, 1996 and the most recent report was on December 25, 1996. There is no descriptions of the person(s) responsible but some common information about 14 incidents appear to link the crimes.
The concentration of the reports of the burglaries has been in the northwest part of the city but reports have been received from other parts of town.
According to Detective Sergeant Doyle Thomas, head of property crime investigations, "The suspect or suspects enter homes through open doors between the hours of 10p.m. and 8a.m., usually while residents are home sleeping.
The suspect(s) takes small, easy to transport items such as cash, jewelry, compact disks, and credit cards.
The suspect(s) does not have contact with anyone in the house and essentially sneaks in and out through open doors. Since no one in the house actually sees the burglar, we have no suspect descriptions.
The thefts have resulted in thousands of dollars in losses to date. However, police have not discovered the suspect using any of the stolen credit cards. Added Detective Sgt. Thomas, "We want to remind residents to lock their doors and windows at night and to immediately report to police any suspicious vehicles or persons.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Boulder Police Detectives at 441-3330.

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  Vicki Chabol
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 11:44 AM - Forum: Ramsey family FRIENDS - Replies (1)

Cancer treatment friend

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  Linda Mason
Posted by: jameson245 - 02-02-2017, 11:42 AM - Forum: Ramsey family FRIENDS - Replies (1)

Charlevoix friend

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