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

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#183 Mar 13, 2013
PR is the ONLY person who has not been eliminated as writing the note.

"i agree..it baffles me that people think the Ramseys wrote the note"

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#184 Mar 13, 2013
DrSeussMd wrote:
Excellent points Capricorn.
<quoted text>
Thanks Seuss

Without that note, none of us would be here today discussing the case.
mee

Epsom, UK

#185 Mar 13, 2013
Lynette 22 wrote:
<quoted text> Is this the photo you're talking about?
http://www.museumofhoaxes.com/hoax/weblog/com...
If so, I think you're letting your imagination run away with you. That sketch bears not the slightest resemblance to Burke. However, there's a striking likeness to Mervin Pugh. It's almost as though he posed for the artist. As for Burke's eyes reminding you of a psychopath, again, I think your own prejudice plus an over-active imagination are making you see things that aren't there.
wow lynn..great minds think alike..haha...the image looks nothing like burke whatsoever........
mee

Epsom, UK

#186 Mar 13, 2013
DrSeussMd wrote:
PR is the ONLY person who has not been eliminated as writing the note.
"i agree..it baffles me that people think the Ramseys wrote the note"
but they couldnt say it was her either..so yet again its just a maybe!!

Since: Sep 11

Alberton, South Africa

#187 Mar 13, 2013
mee wrote:
<quoted text>thank you lynette your the first person who has been nice to me on here..i agree they werent cold robots and i believe the Ramseys loved Jonebenet with all there heart..so what are your thoughts on who could of done this??/
You're very welcome, mee. I feel for you. It's not easy being a newbie amongst so much hostility, but I see a lot of spunk in you, so you'll be okay.

My top suspect is Fleet White, not as the actual killer, but I believe he was involved. What do you think of him as a suspect?

You express yourself just fine, btw. Nice to have you here, so welcome on board.:)
mee

Epsom, UK

#188 Mar 13, 2013
Lynette 22 wrote:
<quoted text> You're very welcome, mee. I feel for you. It's not easy being a newbie amongst so much hostility, but I see a lot of spunk in you, so you'll be okay.
My top suspect is Fleet White, not as the actual killer, but I believe he was involved. What do you think of him as a suspect?
You express yourself just fine, btw. Nice to have you here, so welcome on board.:)
thank you..im not going to let the bullys get me down..fleet white may be an intresting suspect..do you think he gave someone a key? and what motive do you think?? ive always thought it was somebody who had a key,knew the ramseys would be out and hid in the house..and was very close to them.

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#189 Mar 13, 2013
I know! Especially one who is so inept at discussing the case, LOL! Grammar doesn't count so yeah, long on spunk and short on case knowledge, but we know you like that kind.
Lynette 22 wrote:
<quoted text> You're very welcome, mee. I feel for you. It's not easy being a newbie amongst so much hostility, but I see a lot of spunk in you, so you'll be okay.
My top suspect is Fleet White, not as the actual killer, but I believe he was involved. What do you think of him as a suspect?
You express yourself just fine, btw. Nice to have you here, so welcome on board.:)
mee

Epsom, UK

#190 Mar 13, 2013
Lynette 22 wrote:
<quoted text> You're very welcome, mee. I feel for you. It's not easy being a newbie amongst so much hostility, but I see a lot of spunk in you, so you'll be okay.
My top suspect is Fleet White, not as the actual killer, but I believe he was involved. What do you think of him as a suspect?
You express yourself just fine, btw. Nice to have you here, so welcome on board.:)
also im sure some of these posters on here are the same person pretending to be differnt people..lol..
mee

Epsom, UK

#191 Mar 13, 2013
DrSeussMd wrote:
I know! Especially one who is so inept at discussing the case, LOL! Grammar doesn't count so yeah, long on spunk and short on case knowledge, but we know you like that kind.
<quoted text>
no grammar doesnt count ..well said...its opinions that matter...and i do have knowledge on the case..i just dont claim to no everything..unlike you...

Since: Feb 12

Honolulu, HI

#192 Mar 13, 2013
Nonsense!
The Ransom note confused the police from the very beginning. As Capricorn stated, here you have a wealthy upstanding family in the community, and the ransom note,which practically forced them to look into it instead of looking at the situation as they should have.

Without the RN, they would have been immediate suspects. How could they be "a thousand times better off"?

The RN was a fake. It pointed to the culprit being an intruder, and away from the Ramsey family, who were wealthy, and supposedly upstanding members of their community. The RN did its job of helping the Ramseys very well. WITHOUT it, there would have been an arrest and a conviction.
CC
Lynette 22 wrote:
<quoted text> I disagree. The Ramseys would have been a thousand times better off without that ransom note.
It defies logic that two intelligent, educated people would write that long ransom note in their own handwriting, using their own writing equipment and not realize how self-incriminating that would be. It makes no sense that they'd specially warn themselves to inform no one and then go on to do just that. Without the ransom note they could have called half the neighbourhood over and no one would have batted an eyelid. There'd have been no possible self-betrayal through handwriting or linguistics, no questions about the unusual ransom demand, no bother about having to raise the money. In all likelihood, the body would have been discovered much sooner, so they could have spared themselves that agonizingly long wait.
If the idea was to divert attention away from themselves and mislead the police, that plan would have failed the moment the body was discovered. They had no way of knowing in advance that the police wouldn't do a thorough, complete search of the house and that tracker dogs wouldn't be brought in. So IOW the body could have been discovered almost immediately and all their efforts would have been a waste of time. The police would have been instantly suspicious and they'd have had far more explaining to do than if they'd just left it.

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#193 Mar 13, 2013
Ironically we thought that about you! We certainly know you 1) aren't new, and 2) are here just to cause dissent, and 3) be a troll. So - mission accomplished for you I guess, eh?
mee wrote:
<quoted text>also im sure some of these posters on here are the same person pretending to be differnt people..lol..
qiwwiw

Rochester, PA

#194 Mar 13, 2013
youtube.com/watch... ……… Is There a Man in your Head? Her Dad

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#195 Mar 13, 2013
Look up the word facetious, LOL.
Grammar does count!
Please, start discussing your knowledge on the case - we've been waiting.
I don't claim to "no" everything, but I do KNOW to follow the evidence and not just pull some half-baked theory out of a body orifice and call it "good".
mee wrote:
<quoted text>no grammar doesnt count ..well said...its opinions that matter...and i do have knowledge on the case..i just dont claim to no everything..unlike you...
mee

Epsom, UK

#196 Mar 13, 2013
DrSeussMd wrote:
Ironically we thought that about you! We certainly know you 1) aren't new, and 2) are here just to cause dissent, and 3) be a troll. So - mission accomplished for you I guess, eh?
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omg..im not going to try and convince you that im new anymore think what you like..and im not a bloody troll...its called discussion..Why on earth would i be a troll..maybe it pot calling the kettle there...drseuss..or r u capricorn...or r u steve eller...
mee

Epsom, UK

#197 Mar 13, 2013
Bakatari wrote:
Nonsense!
The Ransom note confused the police from the very beginning. As Capricorn stated, here you have a wealthy upstanding family in the community, and the ransom note,which practically forced them to look into it instead of looking at the situation as they should have.
Without the RN, they would have been immediate suspects. How could they be "a thousand times better off"?
The RN was a fake. It pointed to the culprit being an intruder, and away from the Ramsey family, who were wealthy, and supposedly upstanding members of their community. The RN did its job of helping the Ramseys very well. WITHOUT it, there would have been an arrest and a conviction.
CC
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why would they use paper from their own pad...and their own pen..surely they are not that stupid...why would they use a paintbrush from the house as a garrote..it doesnt make sense at all..
mee

Epsom, UK

#198 Mar 13, 2013
DrSeussMd wrote:
Look up the word facetious, LOL.
Grammar does count!
Please, start discussing your knowledge on the case - we've been waiting.
I don't claim to "no" everything, but I do KNOW to follow the evidence and not just pull some half-baked theory out of a body orifice and call it "good".
<quoted text>
yawn...

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#199 Mar 13, 2013
You just confirmed your troll status, thanks!
mee wrote:
<quoted text>omg..im not going to try and convince you that im new anymore think what you like..and im not a bloody troll...its called discussion..Why on earth would i be a troll..maybe it pot calling the kettle there...drseuss..or r u capricorn...or r u steve eller...
mee

Epsom, UK

#200 Mar 13, 2013
DrSeussMd wrote:
You just confirmed your troll status, thanks!
<quoted text>
how is that being a troll???

Since: Feb 12

Honolulu, HI

#201 Mar 13, 2013
mee wrote:
<quoted text>why would they use paper from their own pad...and their own pen..surely they are not that stupid...why would they use a paintbrush from the house as a garrote..it doesnt make sense at all..
On the other hand, what would they use to write the RN? Would you expect them to go out in the cold, in the middle of the night to buy those items? Surely, you are not THAT stupid?

The handle of the garrote was a part of the paintbrush from Patsy's art kit which was in the home, but not in a very conspicuous place. Do you suppose they should have gone out of the home to get a less suspicious handle? Surely, you are not THAT stupid?
CC
kat

Riverhead, NY

#202 Mar 13, 2013
mee wrote:
<quoted text>They must of been really really smart..a perfect crime..nobody has been jailed for this murder.so whoever done it got away with it so far..16 years later..
oh mee, i'm starting to decide not to bother with you anymore, and i've only just arrived. but ill take the bait, at least this time--it really wasn't the perfect crime. in fact, i think most people of a reasonable intelligence can surmise about ninety percent of what happened. the real kicker for them getting off scott free is-was their money. the legal team and pr team they bought are really what saved them. not having to be deposed immediately really helped them as well, so hey also have the hapless and somewhat ignorant police of boulder to thank, as well. the ransom note helped them in the beginning, but really, SHOULD have been what helped nail them in the end, if life were but a dream...

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