Call me biased if you like, but I disagree. As all are aware, I have never, as you stated, concluded the Ramseys were involved in JonBenet’s murder in anyway whatsoever. Furthermore, my thinking is not off base, as is yours. You allow your emotions to cloud your judgment and as a result, come to some wrong conclusions. Contrary to what you think about my disbelieving the Ramseys are guilty, I came to that conclusion solely based on facts, not irrational emotions, and I remain objective and unbiased. I look only at the evidence, only facts instead of allowing my feelings to affect how I think. Besides that, I have no emotional involvement with the Ramseys, whom I neither liked nor disliked; so I have no reason to want them to be innocent.<quoted text>
Huh? He makes no conclusions! You're the one with a closed mind and bias opinion. Kolar presented facts and left any conclusion to the reader. You obviously concluded the Ramseys were involved as most of America has or else you're condoning a book you haven't even read. No wonder your IDI thinking about what happened to that poor little girl is so off base.
The family was the epitome of dysfunction. Burke was so screwed up he left his BMs in his pjs instead of a toilet like normal 9 year olds not to mention the box of candy found smeared with feces in Jonbenet's room. Somethings wrong with anyone that can't see the mental illness in that equation.
Whether or not the family was dysfunctional doesn’t alter the fact there is zero evidence any of them committed this crime. Burke was only a small boy, not physically capable of doing to JonBenet all that was done to her.
There is nothing wrong with me for not agreeing with your ideas, which are based on something unproven; and I find your comment offensive.
How can you say Kolar made no conclusions? He made a point of concluding that no intruder committed the murder and one his reasons was there were cobwebs on the basement windows, meaning no intruder—as per Kolar-- could have come through that window. In the first place, concluding the intruder could only have gained access to the house by that small basement window is ridiculous. Why would he struggle to get through a basement window when a door was left unlocked?
Kolar’s considering that a toy, not a taser, could have been responsible for the spots resembling marks left by a taser is absolutely asinine, a determination that makes him look absurd.