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candy

East Lansing, MI

#1 Mar 12, 2007
I finally got a copy of this article again. For those who never got to read it, key excerpts from the only article on the depo he is hiding:

8/27/2002: The National Enquirer: JonBenet Murder Witness changes his story:

"Some of the gaps in his memory were absolutely astonishing - and he threw a shroud of mystery over his own activities the day of the gruesome slaying."

"Asked if he remembers finding a suitcase down there and moving it, he couldn't remember."

"Asked if he remembers John Ramsey turning on a light switch in the room where JonBenet's body was found, he said he couldn't remember."

"Asked if he read the ransom note left in the house that day, he couldn't remember.

"Asked if he could remember the appearance of JonBenet's body, whether she had a heart drawn on one hand, or if he could recall John's reaction to finding the body, he couldn't."

"About the only thing he could remember was his name!"

...But Denver criminal attorney Craig Silverman said a Judge would not look kindly on White's suffering a memory loss if the Wolf suit goes to trial and he's called to testify.

"If he refuses to answer any questions, he could be held in contempt, Silverman told The Enquirer.

"It might even be considered perjury if he takes it to the extreme, it's simply a lie that he doesn't know or can't recall."

DON GENTILE
icedtea4me

Saint Louis, MO

#2 Mar 12, 2007
I would surmise that Fleet White was only going to respond to questions with more information in a criminal trial, not a civil one where money was involved.
Kimberly

AOL

#3 Mar 12, 2007
icedtea4me wrote:
I would surmise that Fleet White was only going to respond to questions with more information in a criminal trial, not a civil one where money was involved.
That's what I surmise as well, Tea:D
Henrietta McPhee

Bristol, UK

#4 Mar 12, 2007
You can surmise what you like. Fleet White was protecting himself with silence, and no comment, and amnesia. Fleet White should never have been cleared of JonBenet's murder.
joejam

Oklahoma City, OK

#5 Mar 12, 2007
isn't pretty much everyone advised by the lawyers to answer "I don't remember, or I don't recall."....I had to go to trial once over a drunk guy who came in to the ER where I worked ...and this is what I was advised to say. Although, it had been a long time since the event and I would see so many drunks in the ER....that I really wasn't lying.
icedtea4me

Saint Louis, MO

#6 Mar 12, 2007
Thank you, Kimberly! I don't think Fleet wanted to be any part of that civil trial.
Kimberly

AOL

#7 Mar 12, 2007
Henrietta McPhee wrote:
You can surmise what you like. Fleet White was protecting himself with silence, and no comment, and amnesia. Fleet White should never have been cleared of JonBenet's murder.
Listen up, Cut-N-Paste! The Ramsey's were silent, no comment amnesiacs from the first DAY forward. They couldn't recall the dishes they ate off or when they bathed her last, who are you kidding?
Henrietta McPhee

Bristol, UK

#8 Mar 12, 2007
joejam wrote:
isn't pretty much everyone advised by the lawyers to answer "I don't remember, or I don't recall."....I had to go to trial once over a drunk guy who came in to the ER where I worked ...and this is what I was advised to say. Although, it had been a long time since the event and I would see so many drunks in the ER....that I really wasn't lying.
Well why then do you complain about the Ramseys taking that kind of legal advice? Why is it okay for joejam or Fleet White to say they don't remember, or say nothing, and then a sign of guilt that the Ramseys do the same thing?

You used to be cautioned in this country that anything you say may be taken down and used as evidence against you. That's if you're innocent or guilty. The Ramseys were candid, frank, and open in all their police interviews and depositions, unlike Fleet White.
Capricorn

Hopatcong, NJ

#9 Mar 12, 2007
icedtea4me wrote:
I would surmise that Fleet White was only going to respond to questions with more information in a criminal trial, not a civil one where money was involved.
You don't have to surMise Icedtea4me, Fleet so much as said that himself

He would be very bad news for the Ramseys in a criminal trial

He wasn't about to be part of Darnay's circus for profit. GOOD FOR HIM! Finally, a Ramsey player who won't cave in to the likes of Candy and the other RST (I now consider Candy to be part of the RST) to help them make a buck off a dead little girl.

Those who are willing to trash FW say more about themselves than FW.

Maybe someday FW will have his day. He is the only one left with something worthy to say and the only one who has refused to profit, unlike the Ramseys themselves.
Capricorn

Hopatcong, NJ

#10 Mar 12, 2007
Henrietta McPhee wrote:
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Well why then do you complain about the Ramseys taking that kind of legal advice? Why is it okay for joejam or Fleet White to say they don't remember, or say nothing, and then a sign of guilt that the Ramseys do the same thing?
You used to be cautioned in this country that anything you say may be taken down and used as evidence against you. That's if you're innocent or guilty. The Ramseys were candid, frank, and open in all their police interviews and depositions, unlike Fleet White.
Fleet White didn't murder his daughter or anyone else's. The Ramseys did! That's why
DAN IN DETROIT

United States

#11 Mar 12, 2007
Yah right. He couldn`t remember where the light switch was when he`d been down there 2 days before. Yah he had to take notes the morning of the murder, then he suddenly gets amnesia when they won`t let him review what he said last time. Jonbenet showed signs of possibly being molested in the past. Fleet babysitted her once a week and even changed her underpants. Jonbenet was stangled. Krebs said he did that to her as part of sex play when she was a kid. Book found in house after murder is in language Fleet`s mother can read. Fleet had access to pad and sharpies before murder and a key to the house. Whoever broke in Ramsey Charlevoix house knew where the key was kept as did Fleet. One of 6 movies in ransom note was being watched at Fleet`s house. Fleet knew layout of house and which steps to put Ransom note on. Why did Fleet go down to basement at 6am and lock the door where Jonbenet`s body was in? Why do most of the clues lead to Fleet?

“If life gives you melons”

Since: Nov 06

You might be dyslexic

#12 Mar 12, 2007
Henrietta McPhee wrote:
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The Ramseys were candid, frank, and open in all their police interviews and depositions, unlike Fleet White.
If you really believe that, then I have a bridge to sell you, LMAO.

“If life gives you melons”

Since: Nov 06

You might be dyslexic

#13 Mar 12, 2007
Capricorn wrote:
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Maybe someday FW will have his day. He is the only one left with something worthy to say and the only one who has refused to profit, unlike the Ramseys themselves.
I agree 1000%, but you will never get the RST to see it that way!
joejam

AOL

#14 Mar 12, 2007
Henrietta McPhee wrote:
<quoted text>
Well why then do you complain about the Ramseys taking that kind of legal advice? Why is it okay for joejam or Fleet White to say they don't remember, or say nothing, and then a sign of guilt that the Ramseys do the same thing?
You used to be cautioned in this country that anything you say may be taken down and used as evidence against you. That's if you're innocent or guilty. The Ramseys were candid, frank, and open in all their police interviews and depositions, unlike Fleet White.
I agree with that Henri, and thought about that when I typed. I just wish that those parents would have been more vocal is all. Like I have said in the past, I would have went to prison .....I believe I would have....but then again I stop and think, people would have quit searching. But you know what, they have anyways.
JACK

Knoxville, TN

#15 Mar 12, 2007
There is dark clouds hanging over this suspect,it will be just a matter of time.the wall is starting to get some serious cracks in it.
You can't hide forever,money want save you forever.all things change over time.
when we have a change in the guard,things will be more clear.
Someone will start talking soon,this can't go on forever.
joejam

AOL

#16 Mar 12, 2007
I truly believe that the Ramseys were incahoots with the whites if they are guilty...(the white's or vice versa)......the White's never have gone public to say the Ramseys are guilty. but the Ramsey's have suspected them....If that is the case,...why hasn't it been found out? The perp has to leave something behind. Does he not? If the White's are guilty....then the Ramseys are just as much so. They all knew what went down that night. That is possible. But I just can not believe in my heart of hearts that parents with the same age child would allow such an injustice. But if something sinister was going on, it is possible. My belief, as I have said....is that if the White's or even just Fleet is guilty....the Ramseys are just as much so.
joejam

AOL

#17 Mar 12, 2007
makes you wonder what took place in that house in Boulder that Christmas night, doesn't it?
Dots

AOL

#18 Mar 12, 2007
You must try to understand the difference between testimony taken in a deposition for a civil trial versus answers given to police in a murder investigation. It is night and day.

FW is not required to answer questions in a civil deposition that may reveal evidence in an ongoing criminal investigation.
candy

East Lansing, MI

#19 Mar 13, 2007
What a LIE that Fleet White would be dangerous for the Ramseys in a criminal trial. Ha Ha Ha. I guess that's why he's hiding his depo from public scrutiny, the Daily Camera, etc. According to Lin Wood, who took his deposition, he had nothing but favorable things to say about the Ramseys, who he did nothing but complain about for the five previous years before that. White is in enough PERJURY problems as it is, with his previous sworn testimony to the grand jury, if it doesn't match his amnesia in the depo he is hiding behind?
candy

East Lansing, MI

#20 Mar 13, 2007
Lin Wood on Fleet's depo testimony: "I would characterize Fleet White's testimony in general as being very favorable to John and Patsy Ramsey." "I have every confidence that as a factual witness, Fleet would never say anything to harm John or Patsy."

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