Bizarre JonBenet' Ramsey update

Bizarre JonBenet' Ramsey update

There are 561 comments on the Thomasville Times story from Mar 3, 2011, titled Bizarre JonBenet' Ramsey update. In it, Thomasville Times reports that:

When I thought about JonBenet Ramsey the other day, I decided to see what had happened recently in the case and what happened to the guy who said he killed her, but investigators said he could not have been at the scene.

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Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#647 Dec 1, 2012
Linda C wrote:
It is my unqualified opinion, that has no connection with the Boulder police department,(although I have read the police reports and the autopsy) that this was a tragic accident. I think when she ran up the circular stairs one of the ropes caught and stopped...
Sounds very complicated and elaborated. But only from what I read, following your trail and thoughts, one piece doesn't fit for me.
IF they loved their daughter they would have immediately done everything possible to get her to a hospital, evey parent that LOVES their child would never immediately fall into this disasterous pattern unless there was something "wrong" to begin with,.. they would go into denial about the child being DEAD, and do everything possible.. heck even scream at each other to move faster...
I'm speaking from personal experience: your child gets hurt and of course the questions come, how how how and when you think you're done explaining.. more how, how, how.. but like someone said to me "they are going to investigate you".. my response "Let them turn me inside out, tear my house apart... what EVER they want. I have nothing to hide. All I want is for my child to get the care.."
Look, cops, detectives, doctors.. questions.. yeah it can be overwhelming but as a parent, what's your priority?? For me, my kids period. The could set the f***ing dogs on my I wouldn't care. And honest person KNOWS another when they see one. And a wolf definately knows a wolf and would never confuse it for a sheep before it sinks it's teeth in. I think great detectives are exactlly like that... only sheepdogs, can look like a wolf.. i guess?.. baaahhh...baaahhh

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#649 Dec 1, 2012
maryB wrote:
Recently I have become more cognizant of posters and the little pieces of information they allow to be shared about themselves. So I notice that while "QuiteCrazy" only joined Topix in January of 2012, s/he has already accumulated over 8,000 posts. I'd say that's quite a fete for a fairly new poster!!
Can it be more likely that "QuiteCrazy" is an old poster with a new handle?
Here we go...

“Live Each Day and Have Fun !”

Since: Nov 12

Where I am at .

#651 Dec 1, 2012
One thing about this case the Boulder PD, did a terrible job reguarding the crime scene. Barney over MayBerry could have done better. That has always irritated me !
The Truth Hurts

United States

#657 Dec 1, 2012
Linda C wrote:
It is my unqualified opinion, that has no connection with the Boulder police department,(although I have read the police reports and the autopsy) that this was a tragic accident. I think when she ran up the circular stairs one of the ropes caught and stopped her short, she lost her footing and fell banging her head on the wrought iron steps(remember the 7" crack in her skull?), the rope pulled her neck and suffocated her. Patsy and John see the horrific scene. Now Burke is all they have left. They don't want Burke to be label the boy who killed his sister. Never imagining the attention this case would bring to their future, they thought after a few days it would all die down.
You lost me somewhere. What "ropes?" What does any of that have to do with Burke?

Don't get me wrong, I agree that the Ramseys were involved and that they were covering for Burke but you make it sound like it was a complete accident so why would Burke be known as "the boy who killed his sister?" That doesn't make any sense.
If it was an accident as you described, I'm sure the Ramseys would have called an ambulance immediately. Why wouldn't they?

Since: Aug 08

Buffalo, NY

#658 Dec 1, 2012
...colonel mustard with the candlestick in the library ...

Since: Aug 08

Buffalo, NY

#660 Dec 1, 2012
... and here i thought nobody read my profile ... can i send you my resume ...???

Since: Aug 08

Buffalo, NY

#662 Dec 1, 2012
Barney Fife wrote:
Talk about a wacko, 44k posts ? You are a real loser with no life or job.
Go get some mental health care.
.. round up it's closer to 50k ... new math ...

“WAX ON”

Since: Jul 10

WAX OFF

#664 Dec 2, 2012
Yes, here we go again. This accusation is amusingly coming from the poster with five hats of her own:

OLD South
OLE South
mBm
Yesterday's news
maryB

AND, who just recently accused me of being the poster "cynic" over on FFJ.

I am 0% positive she knows who she is much less anyone else, LOL.

The same post situation happened when her friend Lynette joined as well, but it was never questioned then, so I would take this deductive reasoning example with a grain of salt.
QuiteCrazy wrote:
<quoted text>
Here we go...

“Live Each Day and Have Fun !”

Since: Nov 12

Where I am at .

#665 Dec 2, 2012
This COLD CASE is gonna die with who ever did it !

“Live Each Day and Have Fun !”

Since: Nov 12

Where I am at .

#669 Dec 16, 2012
Sure wish they would spill the beans !
Anonymous

Sophia, WV

#670 Jul 22, 2013
QuiteCrazy wrote:
<quoted text>
Sounds very complicated and elaborated. But only from what I read, following your trail and thoughts, one piece doesn't fit for me.
IF they loved their daughter they would have immediately done everything possible to get her to a hospital, evey parent that LOVES their child would never immediately fall into this disasterous pattern unless there was something "wrong" to begin with,.. they would go into denial about the child being DEAD, and do everything possible.. heck even scream at each other to move faster...
I'm speaking from personal experience: your child gets hurt and of course the questions come, how how how and when you think you're done explaining.. more how, how, how.. but like someone said to me "they are going to investigate you".. my response "Let them turn me inside out, tear my house apart... what EVER they want. I have nothing to hide. All I want is for my child to get the care.."
Look, cops, detectives, doctors.. questions.. yeah it can be overwhelming but as a parent, what's your priority?? For me, my kids period. The could set the f***ing dogs on my I wouldn't care. And honest person KNOWS another when they see one. And a wolf definately knows a wolf and would never confuse it for a sheep before it sinks it's teeth in. I think great detectives are exactlly like that... only sheepdogs, can look like a wolf.. i guess?.. baaahhh...baaahhh


Unless, the child appeared to be dead and they knew their son was the guilty party. Burke could have fought over the pineapple with his sister. He could have grabbed her by the her shirt and twisted it inflicting the bruises on her neck. In total rage, then he may have hit his sister in the head with the flashlight--long before he alerted his parents to the altercation between them. Seeing no blood, he could have assumed that she had just passed out and that she would come to in a few minutes. Kids do not think like adults.

(Patsy probably was suspicious for a long time about Burke's behavior toward his sister. Maybe even suspecting sexual "diddling" but not wanting to believe it. Denial.) When alerted to JonBenet's condition it is too late save her. Her heart beat may have been very faint or undetectable by that time. Therefore, Patsy devises the elaborate cover-up.

I often questioned how a mother could put a garrote around her daughter's neck. The conclusion I came up with is that she desperately needed to cover-up for Burke. She had the option of removing her daughter's body and dumping it out in the cold weather to be eaten by scavengers or to cover the abuse suffered from Burke's hands. That is the only scenario I can imagine that would tempt a mother to fashion and use a garrote on her child's neck. Perceiving her to be dead already, but ultimately it is the garrote that takes her daughter's life.
Brit

Cherry Hill, NJ

#673 Sep 12, 2013
learnin wrote:
<quoted text>
A pedophile who felt it necessary to leave a long, rambling, ransom note. What was his motive, pray tell?
The ransom note did ramble, yes, but it also warned them not to speak to anyone and told them they would receive a call between "8 and 10am". This note could have very easily been intended to stop them from searching the house, buy him time to get away and also cast suspicion on the Ramsey's. When exaclty 0 DNA evidence found is linked to the family, they are innocent.

BrotherMoon

“Sandy Stranger killed JonBenet”

Since: Jan 08

Not Boulder, Co.

#674 Sep 12, 2013
It isn't necessary to sink to the level of unmatched DNA presented by an unstable DA to find Patsy guilty.
Just Wondering

Sophia, WV

#675 Sep 14, 2013
Viper venoM wrote:
<quoted text>learning, if i may? if the ransom note was left behind as maybe to stall- in case the/THEY intruders were detected. where is the other part of the paint brush that was used as the final instrument to end JB'S life? where is it?
Carried away with Burke the morning after the murder. He was escorted out of the home before the police got to talk with him. They didn't get to check for marks on his body or to check what he may have been smuggling out of the home in his clothing.

Makes as much sense as a pedophile waiting until he gets inside the home to write a ransom note and to find an implement to use in the torture and murder. Or for him to take time to feed his soon-to-be-victim pineapple.
RTIC

Spring, TX

#676 Thursday Jan 4
deb wrote:
<quoted text>

Minnesotans do not talk like that here.
You betcha!

I have visited there and know the lingo. I can't stand the accent. Sorry.
RTIC

Spring, TX

#677 Thursday Jan 4
Anonymous wrote:
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Unless, the child appeared to be dead and they knew their son was the guilty party. Burke could have fought over the pineapple with his sister. He could have grabbed her by the her shirt and twisted it inflicting the bruises on her neck. In total rage, then he may have hit his sister in the head with the flashlight--long before he alerted his parents to the altercation between them. Seeing no blood, he could have assumed that she had just passed out and that she would come to in a few minutes. Kids do not think like adults.

(Patsy probably was suspicious for a long time about Burke's behavior toward his sister. Maybe even suspecting sexual "diddling" but not wanting to believe it. Denial.) When alerted to JonBenet's condition it is too late save her. Her heart beat may have been very faint or undetectable by that time. Therefore, Patsy devises the elaborate cover-up.

I often questioned how a mother could put a garrote around her daughter's neck. The conclusion I came up with is that she desperately needed to cover-up for Burke. She had the option of removing her daughter's body and dumping it out in the cold weather to be eaten by scavengers or to cover the abuse suffered from Burke's hands. That is the only scenario I can imagine that would tempt a mother to fashion and use a garrote on her child's neck. Perceiving her to be dead already, but ultimately it is the garrote that takes her daughter's life.
Do you even know what "diddle" means?
Lions Tigers

Lansing, MI

#679 Saturday Jan 6
The only semen sample in the home was on the bedding in the suitcase and it didn't belong to John or Burke.
Jonnie B

United States

#680 Sunday Jan 7
Legal__Eagle wrote:
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So everyone who knew the Ramseys was a pedophile? What kind of logic is that?

<quoted text>

Were these the only 3 kids born at that hospital? What is the tie in?
Actually, I thought Karr’s twins were born at home – Karr married Lara Knutson[12] in Alabama on May 19, 1989, when he was 24 and she was 16 and pregnant. She was carrying twin daughters who were delivered via a home birth on September 1, 1989. The girls, named Angel and Innocence, died later that day.

<quoted text>

Which is it?

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I agree. Patsy wrote the note!:)
Patsy didn't write the ransom note! John Mark Karr also knows Mary.
free speech mcgee

Cabot, AR

#681 Monday Jan 8
This sexy little chick probably looked good naked! ;-D
brenda

United States

#682 Monday Jan 8
free speech mcgee wrote:
This sexy little chick probably looked good naked! ;-D
my god...i hope somebody somebody finds you.

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