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Since: Oct 08

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#80 Feb 28, 2013
FreeCanadianGuy wrote:
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Weak effort, whitewash, lol, well that's a scathing rebuke! I now see your point of view as being the only credible scenario! Whatever!
Whatever you call it, it's true, and the lack of blow by blow discreditation of my assertions is a fairly good testament to that. I am looking at the same case, and I stand by everything I've said.
I have to ask this. Do you know anyone with Boarderline personality disorder? Do you know people who are dissociative?
Ok stop... just a Point, I'm not asking this to start an argument or to be dismissed as a fence painter, I'm serious. Try and actually engage in a productive discussion, somebody, please! I have a wealth of knowledgeon this case, and would love to have an intellectual exchange of these ideas with others! There MUST bebsomeone capable of that? The following statements are genuine and I'm looking for some intelligent engagement! It seems to be so elusive! Discussion or debate is not someone expressing an opinion and having somebody come back with " weak effort" talk about a self defining statement. Maybe I'm asking too much?
I have to ask this. Do you know anyone with Boarderline personality disorder? Do you know people who are dissociative?
I know many people with these conditions, and they are,not able to function like Patsy Ramsey did. Their lives are either completely messed up, constant interaction with law enforcement for road rage type incidents, a lot of problems being in public, and certainly not capable of functioning the way Patsey did. Most of them would struggle to organize a three legged race at a Sunday School picnic. Even the high functioning ones.
The ones I know who SEEM successful are actually spending most of their time maintaining a facade of normalcy, but people who are close to them know they have created a circumstance so precarious it teeters on the edge of falling down at any moment. People NOT close to them may not see all that deception, but they are aware of problems, always being late, often failing to show up for important meetings or engagements, they blame everyone else for their shortcomings, and pace themselves, delusionally , on a pedestal, claiming everything would fall apart without them. In many cases that's true because they have created this flimsy reality, that can only exist if people are kept in the dark and away from their day to day movements.
Patsy was so involved with so many things, and proved to be an efficient mover and doer, never late, never having to make excuses, never blaming others for the failure of things, because she didn't fail. She was incredibly organized, incredibly focused, and seen to be quite dependable by everyone. These divergent behaviours don't mesh, period.
Does anybody have an experience with a Boarderline Personality individual? Do you know anybody so afflicted that CAN occasionally function normally?
I guess it's time to face the barrage of predictably boring insults and discrediting remarks insulting my cognitive abilities. I 'll probably be judged a moron by the litany of geniuses who have so much incredible insight into things their ideas are beyond reproach! Whatever. I don't have much time for people who can't make intelligent comments, or are not open to the fact that someone else might have something insightful to offer.
Forget it, Jake; it's Chinatown.


AK

Since: May 11

AOL

#82 Mar 1, 2013
Anti-K wrote:
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Forget it, Jake; it's Chinatown.

AK
Post of the day! LOL brilliant:D
freedom83arms

Canton, OH

#85 Sep 15, 2016
FoolsGold wrote:
The Ramseys lost their daughter via unspeakable acts the Intruder performed in the basement of her home. In addition, John Ramsey lost his job, spent a fortune on a multitude of lawyers, lost his home, lost insurance coverage on his cancer-patient wife. The Ramseys, thanks to the tabloids and the incompetent BPD, became the most hated couple in America, with John Ramsey being virtually unemployable.

And all these RDI folks can come up with is a few paltry media payments or some lunch re-imbursements and free cab fares. All supposedly balancing the scales because turning forty was some sort of ordeal.
mommy and papa did it!!!!!!!!!!
steven rogers

Dayton, OH

#86 Sep 18, 2016
candy wrote:
Now that even the President of ABC News is ducking the question of how much they paid John Ramsey for video footage and photo rights for their disgraceful week of infomercials for his book, it's time to start tallying up how much money has John (and before him, John and Patsy) made from this case.

John was a businessman and been around for every conceivable profit making deal to do with this case. Compare THAT to the underfunded, SHORT LIVED, "JonBenet Foundation" and "Fair Justice" website, WHICH HASN'T BEEN UPDATED SINCE 2009, WHEN HE LAUNCHED IT...

He and Patsy were paid an advance of $600,000 for "Death of Innocence". He promised after "paying our lawyers" to donate to the UNDERFUNDED, FORGOTTEN "JonBenet Foundation", which never received a dime from any book proceeds. It was rumored they were paid for the A&E Special in 1998 by Tracey DELIBERATELY DESIGNED to coincide with the Ramsey grand jury. It was said he was paid again by Tracey for the last documentary Tracey did, the one that said the Ramseys were "broke and broken" and had sold their boat, when in fact, their boat had not been sold. He was rumored to be paid $100,000 with Patsy for their INFAMOUS interview with The National Enquirer which CHANGED BURKE'S STORY, shortly before they sued Thomas. He was paid by Aphrodite Jones/and or ID Discovery for footage that she used in her one sided crock, and he was paid God knows how much for the use of video by ABC for this book, and paid an advance we also don't know for the book itself. The National Enquirer paid him for the photos of his wedding to his third wife last year. We also don't know how much he and others (except notoriously, Jameson, who pocketed $40,000 for one Enquirer book) have made from selling stories on the side to The National Enquirer, Globe, etc. WHO PAY IN UNTRACABLE CASH IN AN ENVELOPE as we all learned from the Miller Trial. These are just SOME of the ways Ramsey has personally profited from the unsolved MURDER of his daughter.
Oh Really ? The Ramseys' got almost a Million ? Geez. And Im on low income Social Security recieving only $ 12,000.00 a Year ; & can't get more than $ 14.00 a month in food stamps. Guess "the rich get richer & the poor stay poorer.
candy

East Lansing, MI

#87 Nov 5, 2016
I first posted this when it came out that the major TV network ABC PAID for video footage, AND GOD KNOWS WHAT ELSE, from the Ramseys, the people indicted for this crime. I tried my hardest to find out how much money these people that don't cooperate with the police were paid. Think of that tonight when you watch the footage THEY PAID the Ramseys for. They paid money to people that do not cooperate with the police in the case they are profiting from Think of that when you watch Burke's disaster with a daytime TV talk show host. He was paid, and he doesn't cooperate with the police either.

All ABC has done this year is run pro-Ramsey crocks on their network A&E, NUMEROUS TIMES, now put out a schlocky TV movie, and a special with their BOUGHT AND PAID FOR footage on another one of their networks, Lifetime. NOTHING, repeat NOTHING on the main ABC Network, unlike the WONDERFUL programs on CBS and NBC on this case. BRAVE journalism at it's best FROM THEM.

This is an open homicide case. ABC has lined the pockets of people who do not cooperate with the police. That's the extent of their "reporting", other than having their buddy Dan Abrams, ABC's Chief "legal analyst" post their latest lawsuit on his website.

Since: Dec 14

Location hidden

#88 Nov 5, 2016
candy wrote:
I first posted this when it came out that the major TV network ABC PAID for video footage, AND GOD KNOWS WHAT ELSE, from the Ramseys, the people indicted for this crime. I tried my hardest to find out how much money these people that don't cooperate with the police were paid. Think of that tonight when you watch the footage THEY PAID the Ramseys for. They paid money to people that do not cooperate with the police in the case they are profiting from Think of that when you watch Burke's disaster with a daytime TV talk show host. He was paid, and he doesn't cooperate with the police either.

All ABC has done this year is run pro-Ramsey crocks on their network A&E, NUMEROUS TIMES, now put out a schlocky TV movie, and a special with their BOUGHT AND PAID FOR footage on another one of their networks, Lifetime. NOTHING, repeat NOTHING on the main ABC Network, unlike the WONDERFUL programs on CBS and NBC on this case. BRAVE journalism at it's best FROM THEM.

This is an open homicide case. ABC has lined the pockets of people who do not cooperate with the police. That's the extent of their "reporting", other than having their buddy Dan Abrams, ABC's Chief "legal analyst" post their latest lawsuit on his website.
Why is it legal that suspects in a crime can make money off of that crime? It should not be allowed until and unless the guilty party is found or they have been thoroughly vetted and cleared of any wrongdoing. Otherwise, I think any money collected should be held until they can be proven innocent. It is not money they have been deprived of because of the tragedy, it is money they are making BECAUSE of the tragedy.
candy

East Lansing, MI

#89 Nov 5, 2016
@Jolomom: This is all unprecedented in this country. This case is off the charts, because these are wealthy white people. I can't think of a single other case that this has happened in. It all has to do NOT with facts and evidence, but the fact that JonBenet HERSELF, NOT John or Burke, SELLS. So you have greedy tabloids and pseudo-Journalists and networks all too willing to PAY in numerous ways that have NOTHING whatsoever to do with solving the case. NOTHING no crock NOTHING has EVER brought about credible suspect in this case. It's checkbook non journalism at it's worst, that does NOTHING to help solve the case.
Poodle

Redford, MI

#90 Dec 4, 2016
Jolamom wrote:
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Why is it legal that suspects in a crime can make money off of that crime? It should not be allowed until and unless the guilty party is found or they have been thoroughly vetted and cleared of any wrongdoing. Otherwise, I think any money collected should be held until they can be proven innocent. It is not money they have been deprived of because of the tragedy, it is money they are making BECAUSE of the tragedy.
I think the difference between "suspected" and "convicted" is they key to who can profit from a crime.
KCinNYC

New York, NY

#92 Dec 4, 2016
FreeCanadianGuy wrote:
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Patsy was so involved with so many things, and proved to be an efficient mover and doer, never late, never having to make excuses, never blaming others for the failure of things, because she didn't fail. Snip-

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Patsy failed her daughter.

And, Patsy was not organized. Have you even bothered to look at the crime pictures of inside that house?
KCinNYC

New York, NY

#93 Dec 4, 2016
DedRed wrote:
As bad ass this is slinging arrows at ghosts speculation falls flat.facts are impossible to pin down. In this case. Opinions proliferate. Some strong but nothing palpable.
DNA pineapple f-light.skivvies. suitcase under window.chair blocking door. Two stairways to basement. Feces on the box of candy. Hands tied with white twine. Ligature of same white twine. Door unlocked. Broken window. One fresh boot print.no prints on batts or f-light.man in Black seen walking north. Scream at midnight. Cars brown and silver. Ramsey car comeing and going. Phone call with Burke's voice. Stine not letting police inside threedays prior on 911.strangled first. Bludgeoned then garroted then put in trunk for dirt nap in deep woods. Or drop from John's plane.
So why do you speculate no dirt nap in deep woods nor drop from da plane?
Miz Adventure

Bromley, UK

#94 Dec 5, 2016
KCinNYC wrote:
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So why do you speculate no dirt nap in deep woods nor drop from da plane?
You actually bothered to read that, KC?
candy

East Lansing, MI

#95 Dec 12, 2016
The media has been remiss this year also in NOT ASKING how much money Burke Ramsey made in his DISASTROUS Dr. Phil thing? PAID for something that was so bad, Dr. Phil had to do an enitre YOU'RE SEEING IT WRONG program, "no, there's NOTHING creepy about Burke..

How much did John Ramsey get paid this year for the two A&E crocks, the Dr. Phil segment, and now, another softball thing on CNN. The public should know ALL of this information about these people who DO NOT cooperate with the police in this case.
Miz Adventure

Bromley, UK

#97 Dec 12, 2016
candy wrote:
The media has been remiss this year also in NOT ASKING how much money Burke Ramsey made in his DISASTROUS Dr. Phil thing? PAID for something that was so bad, Dr. Phil had to do an enitre YOU'RE SEEING IT WRONG program, "no, there's NOTHING creepy about Burke..

How much did John Ramsey get paid this year for the two A&E crocks, the Dr. Phil segment, and now, another softball thing on CNN. The public should know ALL of this information about these people who DO NOT cooperate with the police in this case.
All in all the R's and their lawyers have made MILLIONS out of their deceased daughter.

And they're still picking the bones.

It's better than working, especially for BR, who plays computer games all day.
Jj11s

United States

#100 Dec 23, 2016
FoolsGold wrote:
<quoted text>Thanks to the BPD and FBI-profiler types, you probably never will hear of the arrest of that DNA donor.
The Ramsey's killed her
RTIC

Spring, TX

#102 Apr 13, 2017
How much did Daystar pay John Ramsey to come on their show in 2012 and 2016? Has anyone here watched the interviews? Who believes his God-inspired stories about his best days ahead and deleting old memories? Brain washed white as snow. Nothing but the blood of Jesus. Is he forgiven got the slaughter of Jesus' smallest and most innocent lamb?

Since: Oct 16

Location hidden

#103 Apr 13, 2017
Fool's Gold is one of the many hats worn by Jameson.
Yeti

Seattle, WA

#104 Apr 16, 2017
candy wrote:
The media has been remiss this year also in NOT ASKING how much money Burke Ramsey made in his DISASTROUS Dr. Phil thing? PAID for something that was so bad, Dr. Phil had to do an enitre YOU'RE SEEING IT WRONG program, "no, there's NOTHING creepy about Burke..

How much did John Ramsey get paid this year for the two A&E crocks, the Dr. Phil segment, and now, another softball thing on CNN. The public should know ALL of this information about these people who DO NOT cooperate with the police in this case.
How much did he get paid for the interviews to try to sell his latest book?
Yeti

Seattle, WA

#105 Apr 19, 2017
candy wrote:
Now that even the President of ABC News is ducking the question of how much they paid John Ramsey for video footage and photo rights for their disgraceful week of infomercials for his book, it's time to start tallying up how much money has John (and before him, John and Patsy) made from this case.

John was a businessman and been around for every conceivable profit making deal to do with this case. Compare THAT to the underfunded, SHORT LIVED, "JonBenet Foundation" and "Fair Justice" website, WHICH HASN'T BEEN UPDATED SINCE 2009, WHEN HE LAUNCHED IT...

He and Patsy were paid an advance of $600,000 for "Death of Innocence". He promised after "paying our lawyers" to donate to the UNDERFUNDED, FORGOTTEN "JonBenet Foundation", which never received a dime from any book proceeds. It was rumored they were paid for the A&E Special in 1998 by Tracey DELIBERATELY DESIGNED to coincide with the Ramsey grand jury. It was said he was paid again by Tracey for the last documentary Tracey did, the one that said the Ramseys were "broke and broken" and had sold their boat, when in fact, their boat had not been sold. He was rumored to be paid $100,000 with Patsy for their INFAMOUS interview with The National Enquirer which CHANGED BURKE'S STORY, shortly before they sued Thomas. He was paid by Aphrodite Jones/and or ID Discovery for footage that she used in her one sided crock, and he was paid God knows how much for the use of video by ABC for this book, and paid an advance we also don't know for the book itself. The National Enquirer paid him for the photos of his wedding to his third wife last year. We also don't know how much he and others (except notoriously, Jameson, who pocketed $40,000 for one Enquirer book) have made from selling stories on the side to The National Enquirer, Globe, etc. WHO PAY IN UNTRACABLE CASH IN AN ENVELOPE as we all learned from the Miller Trial. These are just SOME of the ways Ramsey has personally profited from the unsolved MURDER of his daughter.
Yes and now the next generation is doing the interview circuit and probably getting paid handsomely. Then, factor in the lawsuit filed which could award 100's of thousands of dollars.
A little windfall.

They might be able to retire from the circus.
Ranger

Edison, NJ

#106 May 6, 2017
Miz Adventure wrote:
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All in all the R's and their lawyers have made MILLIONS out of their deceased daughter.

And they're still picking the bones.

It's better than working, especially for BR, who plays computer games all day.
The Lovely Bones

Using her as a "cottage industry" is particularly reviling, but I guess once she is dead, no further damage can be inflicted.
Tex the MultI-Tasker

Spring, TX

#107 May 22, 2017
KCinNYC wrote:
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Patsy failed her daughter.

And, Patsy was not organized. Have you even bothered to look at the crime pictures of inside that house?
Yes and she had housekeepers and nannies.

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