In this paragraph, OS, you now use the poop to your advantage to bolster YOUR theory after accusing MJ of doing that very same thing with a negative connotation to your words towards her/him.<quoted text>
You are apparently expressing your opinion since I don't recall Kolar nor anyone else being so specific regarding Burke and JonBenet's personal hygiene. I just think it is interesting that the things you point to have not been proven to be factual and there had been no mention of them before Kolar's book, except from you. So it's my opinion that most of what you say is just contrived to support your theory.
In this paragraph, OS, your defense of the word “fiasco” surrounding the FALSE confession (as determined by Law Enforcement) is just more of the same song – different verse. It was a fiasco. He lied – he wanted his 15 minutes of delusional fame until it got too hot in the kitchen – then the worm turned.<quoted text>
John Mark Karr's first child-wife has said that while they were in the basement of the family home, Karr asked her to have relations with him in HUMAN FECES. It's my opinion that since he made such a repulsive request to her and there might be evidence of feces having been found in various places in the Ramsey home, it seems logical to at least wonder if there can be a connection. I think this personality quirk is, to say the least, vile and unusual and therefore should at least raise some questions about Karr's apparent proclivities.
Lacy made it a fiasco – Lacy was NOT claiming Ramsey guilt. Your argument is moot.
Someone once used the word "fiasco" in reference to John Mark Karr. Then, the word stuck with a large group who were intent upon disproving his confession as being false, simply because it was necessary in order to claim the Ramsey guilt. It very well could have been false, but more likely the false part was that the death was an accident. That is just my opinion -- an opinion to which I'm entitled.