who is on the top of your suspect lis...
mee

Epsom, UK

#28 Mar 11, 2013
DrSeussMd wrote:
The evidence, as we know it, doesn't back up your version.
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This case has not been solved...i believe no one can be cleared 100%.

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#29 Mar 11, 2013
LOL, yeah right. I feel sure I am going to sit here and list all the evidence released to the public in the last 16 years. Oh wait, no I am not!

You were told (or asked) to read up on Linda and Merv when you started bringing this angle up again. It is obvious you didn't do it, therefore I probably can't help you.
mee wrote:
tell me the evidence you have......
mee

Epsom, UK

#30 Mar 11, 2013
DrSeussMd wrote:
LOL, yeah right. I feel sure I am going to sit here and list all the evidence released to the public in the last 16 years. Oh wait, no I am not!
You were told (or asked) to read up on Linda and Merv when you started bringing this angle up again. It is obvious you didn't do it, therefore I probably can't help you.
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i have read countless things on lhp and mhp....and im not the only person who thinks these things...You cant give me any reason not too believe they may of had something to do with it..give me the reasons how theyve been cleared apart from the dna found of an unknown male hence the other person..after all there alibis were each other..

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#31 Mar 11, 2013
Then your issue is with the BPD who cleared the Pughs.
mee wrote:
<quoted text>This case has not been solved...i believe no one can be cleared 100%.
mee

Epsom, UK

#32 Mar 11, 2013
DrSeussMd wrote:
Then your issue is with the BPD who cleared the Pughs.
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like i said no one can be cleared 100%..its an unsolved murder.which is why there are these forums for people to discuss there personal theroies..

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#33 Mar 11, 2013
Not at the risk of libeling innocent people.
mee wrote:
<quoted text>like i said no one can be cleared 100%..its an unsolved murder.which is why there are these forums for people to discuss there personal theroies..
Steve Eller

United States

#34 Mar 11, 2013
mee wrote:
<quoted text>like i said no one can be cleared 100%..its an unsolved murder.which is why there are these forums for people to discuss there personal theroies..
One of two things is taking place. You are either a regular on this forum using a new moniker in order to have some fun or you have read very little about this case save for some snippets on the web.
Steve Eller

United States

#35 Mar 11, 2013
Anti-K wrote:
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I find your objections to be naïve. Regardless of one’s sense of credulity it remains that there are as many possible motives for an intruder doing the things that were done as there are people; and more, many more motives than that.
For some: the greater the risk, the greater the high and there is nothing unique about an intruder coming into a home and committing an offence (theft, assault, rape, murder, etc) while occupants are asleep. The ransom note and the victim dead in the house are what make this case (virtually?) unique.
We can believe what we believe but the naked truth of it is that the ransom note writer has never been identified. If it was written by an intruder, then his “decision” to write it in the house (if it was written in the house) and his decision to use materials from the house seem to have served him well. This assertion of “utter stupidity” is proved false.
Use of Ramsey materials, specifically the Sharpie pen and printing (as opposed to handwriting) is consistent with a premise of someone trying to mitigate risk of identification. Additionally, if one believes oneself to be completely outside of any reasonably constructed suspect circle (and is!), then the risk of being identified via handwriting becomes exceedingly small.
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If the high from the risk of getting caught was what this "perpetrator" was looking for then they were way too careful with every other aspect of the case. If they wanted to write. If the rasnom note was intended to divert or distract, three pages and a practice note were not only unnecessary but outside the realm of reason.
mee

Epsom, UK

#36 Mar 11, 2013
DrSeussMd wrote:
Not at the risk of libeling innocent people.
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so nobody gives there theroies on here...unless the people on this forum agree with you and are anti ramseys you cant stand it...im not accusing anybody...like i said nobody can be cleared 100% its an unsolved murder..if u know so much prehaps you can solve the case...
mee

Epsom, UK

#37 Mar 11, 2013
Steve Eller wrote:
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One of two things is taking place. You are either a regular on this forum using a new moniker in order to have some fun or you have read very little about this case save for some snippets on the web.
im really not a regular..i have never been on this forum till a few days ago..i have read loads and loads on this case and if it was so clear cut then it wouldnt be unsolved..of coarse some people will disagree with you thats why the forum exists..
mee

Epsom, UK

#38 Mar 11, 2013
Steve Eller wrote:
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If the high from the risk of getting caught was what this "perpetrator" was looking for then they were way too careful with every other aspect of the case. If they wanted to write. If the rasnom note was intended to divert or distract, three pages and a practice note were not only unnecessary but outside the realm of reason.
the ransom note seems like someone who didnt have a clue about kidnappings...someone trying to sound important..someone who got thre lines from watching movies...and someone comftable in the ramseys home...i belive the ransom note was written at an earlier date when john and patsy were not around ...these are my personal theroies.

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#39 Mar 11, 2013
So do you think "they" wrote the note and hid it somewhere in the house in case they ever needed it?
Do you think they wrote it and took it out of the house?

What does the RN have to do with feeling comfortable in the house?
mee wrote:
<quoted text>the ransom note seems like someone who didnt have a clue about kidnappings...someone trying to sound important..someone who got thre lines from watching movies...and someone comftable in the ramseys home...i belive the ransom note was written at an earlier date when john and patsy were not around ...these are my personal theroies.
mee

Epsom, UK

#40 Mar 11, 2013
DrSeussMd wrote:
So do you think "they" wrote the note and hid it somewhere in the house in case they ever needed it?
Do you think they wrote it and took it out of the house?
What does the RN have to do with feeling comfortable in the house?
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i believe who ever wrote it done it at an earlier date and took it out of the house...and this person would of written it in the ramseys home which they felt comftable to do so.

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#41 Mar 11, 2013
What makes you think the person was comfortable in the house?
mee wrote:
<quoted text>i believe who ever wrote it done it at an earlier date and took it out of the house...and this person would of written it in the ramseys home which they felt comftable to do so.
mee

Epsom, UK

#42 Mar 11, 2013
DrSeussMd wrote:
What makes you think the person was comfortable in the house?<quoted text>
because this person had access to the pad and pen...and hung around long enough to write the note..which as we know was a long rn...

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#43 Mar 11, 2013
That describes the Ramseys.
I can't see the note having been taken anywhere, it didn't have any wrinkles or folds in the paper. How would they accomplish that?
mee wrote:
<quoted text>because this person had access to the pad and pen...and hung around long enough to write the note..which as we know was a long rn...
mee

Epsom, UK

#44 Mar 11, 2013
DrSeussMd wrote:
That describes the Ramseys.
I can't see the note having been taken anywhere, it didn't have any wrinkles or folds in the paper. How would they accomplish that?
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sorry but if it describes the ramseys it also describes other people who had keys to the house...what would the ramseys motive be..as for the note...i dont know if it had folds or wrinkles ....do you???

Since: Jan 10

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#45 Mar 11, 2013
OMG
mee wrote:
<quoted text>because this person had access to the pad and pen...and hung around long enough to write the note..which as we know was a long rn...
mee

Epsom, UK

#46 Mar 11, 2013
JimmyWells wrote:
OMG<quoted text>
omg....that i am not anti ramsey .......

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#47 Mar 11, 2013
Yeah and you would know that too if you had read everything!
mee wrote:
<quoted text>sorry but if it describes the ramseys it also describes other people who had keys to the house...what would the ramseys motive be..as for the note...i dont know if it had folds or wrinkles ....do you???

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