Team JBI Files

Zelienople, PA

#6 Jan 24, 2014
I don't see the fold, but I DO see the difference in thickness between pages 2 and 3. Very interesting. Thanks. Thanks also for the info on the door. What was your source?
Just Wondering

Sophia, WV

#8 Jan 24, 2014
Team JBI wrote:
Light Post:
The police noted in the case file that a light post was disable the night of the crime. They interview a neighbor and was told this was the first time she every seen this importance light not on and working.
The police took the disable lamp post into their storage. Very Importance finding.
The single lamp post was located near the house South/East corner. This is the corner knowing as the Sun room. The Sun room was built with four windows on the street side and three windows and a service door on the South side. The light post when on would light up the inside of the all glass Sun room and the neighbors could then see any person sitting inside.
From this Sun room, one could monitor the house very well as well as the neighborhood and up and down the street. From this location, the back yard and the alleyway/driveway can be seen through the placement of doors and windows inside the house. The Killer could use this location to monitor the hole house before the family came home.
If the killer use this room to write the two and 1/2 page ransom note, then the Sun room gave him the safety of having a service door to make a fast exit if needed.
JonBenet Body was place just under this room. The killer took thirty minutes to print the ransom note and time to think of a location.
Team JBI
How did the intruder see to write the note, if the lights were not on? What kept the neighbors from seeing him should have kept him from seeing to write the note. Right? Did he have a penlight or a flashlight? How did he hold the light and write at the same time?
Just Wondering

Sophia, WV

#9 Jan 24, 2014
It would be nice to think that the family did not murder their daughter/sister.( Except, part of me says it would have been quicker and more merciful were it an accident and cover-up by a family member.)

A kidnapper's motive is money--and not a paltry sum--so he would not have left the body behind. A pedophile enjoys power and destruction of a little one during sex. So no need for the ransom note. A startled burglar would not have killed the child and wrapped her in a blanket, etc. He would have gotten as far from the home as quickly as he possibly could.

That leaves only a vengeful, jealous family friend or business associate that wanted to hurt the Ramseys as deeply as possible.

If that were the case: Obviously this "friend" had been molesting the child for quite a while, since there is evidence of chronic sexual molestation; he, apparently, had a key to the home or was someone that a neighbor would not find suspicious if he should show up at the home late at night or while the Ramseys were gone; he would have known the massive house inside and out, as well as the habits and itinerary of the Ramseys; he was able to secret the pad and pen out of the house and back in without anyone noticing; he had an uncontrollable desire to hurt John and direct the suspicion onto Patsy.

Possibility: He left the ransom note to give the Ramseys hope that they may get their daughter back alive. He then hid the body in the wine cellar to be found after their hopes had been raised. Then the worst devastation that a mother and father could ever feel--the realization that their child was dead after all. Afterward, the Ramseys would face the charge of child abuse and murder of that child.

Question: Was this vengeful "friend" molesting Jonbenet before he conceived of this plan, or was the plan formulated before he began molesting her?

One thing that is certain, the autopsy showed that she definitely was the victim of ongoing sexual abuse. That one fact should narrow down the field of suspects dramatically. And since all the people close to the Ramseys with access to Jonbenet have been ruled out by the authorities, one cannot suggest that a random intruder was now responsible for this child's murder.

As I said, it would be nice to think the family was not guilty--and I am sincere in saying that. But I can't get past the ransom note and the body being left behind wrapped in the child's favorite blanket.

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