Hi AK,<quoted text>
A day or so ago I posted a couple questions for you regarding the pineapple. Maybe you missed it? Here’s a link to the post. <1> Anyways…
I wasn’t suggesting that they could have called the police and reported a murder. That would be dumb. Although, in a way that is what theories of family involvement suggest: they committed murder, than they called the cops. Sure, they wrote this note and claimed a kidnapping, but with the cops in the house and the body in the house, what could they expect to happen? The cops were going to find that body.
The Ramseys could have simply called 911 and said there’s been an accident, send an ambulance. No police, no cord, no paintbrush, no tape, no handwriting, no linguistics, no crime scene, etc.
They could have put in the car, after she was dead, and drove to the hospital. We found her on the floor like this; she must have fell down that stupid spiral staircase. We didn’t know what to do and we couldn’t just sit there and wait for an ambulance, so we brought her in. I guess we panicked.
Panic. I’ve never been able to understand this. I don’t see any evidence of panic, by anyone, Ramsey or intruder. When you panic you don’t stop to think, in fact, you can’t think. Panic is fight-or-flight. So, where’s the evidence of panic in this crime?
I disagree with you on that. Parent or intruder, I say there was a LOT of panic. The crime scene was staged to look like a kidnapping, instead of a murder, and with the body fully clothed, the killer tried to hide the sexual abuse if there was any.