Susan Stine: I've always said I thought the Ramseys were the nicest people I ever knew and I say this 15-months after it happened that I'm more and more convinced that they're the nicest people I've ever known.  "JonBenet's America"
Man: Later that afternoon the Ramseys were escorted by police to a friend's house on the outskirts of Boulder. Susan Stine later went there. She first saw Patsy.
Susan: She was extremely distraught. I've never seen people as sad as these two. We didn't know
what to say. We didn't know what to do. And she just kept saying, "Who would do this to my
baby?" And we just kept saying, "I don't know - I don't know" There were no answers. It was a
very hard - hard time. None of us could imagine how this could have happened.

from JonBenet's America
Susan Stine: I'm a very cynical person. I'm not a person who gets fooled very easily and certainly not by somebody trying to act in a way that isn't genuine. There was just no possibility that they were not in the pain that they appeared to be in.

From JonBenet's Ameerica
Susan Stine: There is no distinction anymore between the sleazy tabloids and the rest of the media.
Susan Stine: The Ramsey case may not be important to any big segment of our country but the implications are that anybody who wants to can manipulate the media or be manipulated by the media into believing the most incredible nonsense and that can probably be very dangerous to our country, our society. I don't think it says anything good for our future. I'm hoping that maybe people will sort of step back and say, Wow, where did we go wrong here?

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