Two Parallels to Ramsey Murder re:Bi...
koldkase

Athens, GA

#64 Aug 11, 2009
FoolsGold wrote:
I often state things, but I rarely insinuate anything.
That's BS and you know it, since you just INSINUATED that McReynold's study of a man who was against Christmas could be construed as some hidden agenda and motive McReynolds applied in the Ramsey murder.
FoolsGold

Cape Coral, FL

#65 Aug 12, 2009
learnin wrote:
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I, also, have a great respect for dna testing. But, the science has evolved so much, one has to be extremely careful about contamination, secondary transfer, etc.
It is not simply contamination that must be considered. In the case of the BPD I fear we must consider forensic forgery. Usually that is so rare that it can safely be dismissed from consideration but I fear the vindictive nature of the BPD in this case might have lead to a heinous act of ignoring an early dna "hit" so as to make the parents suffer. I think this is just about the only murder case in the country wherein any police force might stoop that low!

The investigation now consists solely of a weekly search of CODIS from recent defendants. Ofcourse if the killer is dead (or to use KoldKase's euphemism "non-existant") then his dna is not ever going to show up in CODIS at all.
cyber

Acworth, GA

#66 Aug 12, 2009
thewhitewitchone wrote:
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Then why are you bringing him up at all? What are you trying to insinuate?
Bill McReynolds could be like an open door. He may not be the molester but through him and beyond him we might find the DNA match.
cyber

Acworth, GA

#67 Aug 12, 2009
FoolsGold wrote:
<quoted text>It is not simply contamination that must be considered. In the case of the BPD I fear we must consider forensic forgery. Usually that is so rare that it can safely be dismissed from consideration but I fear the vindictive nature of the BPD in this case might have lead to a heinous act of ignoring an early dna "hit" so as to make the parents suffer. I think this is just about the only murder case in the country wherein any police force might stoop that low!
The investigation now consists solely of a weekly search of CODIS from recent defendants. Ofcourse if the killer is dead (or to use KoldKase's euphemism "non-existant") then his dna is not ever going to show up in CODIS at all.
CODIS is only a collection of criminal DNA. If that's all they're looking at it's highly doubtful they will ever get a hit. This killer, or DNA contributor, was a more intimate friend/associate. They are clearly not going to be in CODIS.
koldkase

Athens, GA

#68 Aug 12, 2009
FoolsGold wrote:
<quoted text>It is not simply contamination that must be considered. In the case of the BPD I fear we must consider forensic forgery. Usually that is so rare that it can safely be dismissed from consideration but I fear the vindictive nature of the BPD in this case might have lead to a heinous act of ignoring an early dna "hit" so as to make the parents suffer. I think this is just about the only murder case in the country wherein any police force might stoop that low!
The investigation now consists solely of a weekly search of CODIS from recent defendants. Ofcourse if the killer is dead (or to use KoldKase's euphemism "non-existant") then his dna is not ever going to show up in CODIS at all.
Okay, DonBradley, let me get this straight: you think the entire of all the BPD detectives and CBI and the DA lawyers involved in investigating this murder, all those who had access to the case files, not to mention the actual LE members who did NOT work at the BPD and would have ENTERED the DNA into various state and federal databases, conspired to cover up the true identity of a CHILD KILLER so they could enjoy the sufferings of an innocent family?

No wonder you call yourself FoolsGold. You're quite the trickster. I'm beginning to think you actually believe the Ramseys did commit this murder.

(And for the record, as bad as I am at spelling, I did correctly spell "non-existEnt"...tho ugh the hyphen is probably an error on my part.)
WV Sleuth

United States

#69 Aug 12, 2009
My how you IDI bend over backward to give the Ramseys EVERY benefit of the doubt. NONE of THEIR actions register with you as odd, yet you're willing to damn EVERY member of the police force as complicit in railroading them. Amazing.
Okie Dokie

AOL

#70 Feb 26, 2010
I was reading the thread on Amy Bishop, the professor who shot and killed those people in Alabama. It has been suggested that her motive was likely because she had been passed over for tenure. Wasn't Santa Bill also passed over for tenure although he had been with the university for 24 years? Anyone know?

Since: Mar 08

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#71 Feb 26, 2010
Okie Dokie wrote:
I was reading the thread on Amy Bishop, the professor who shot and killed those people in Alabama. It has been suggested that her motive was likely because she had been passed over for tenure. Wasn't Santa Bill also passed over for tenure although he had been with the university for 24 years? Anyone know?
Even if he was, what does that have to do with Jonbenet? Why would he take it out on her?
Okie Dokie

AOL

#72 Feb 26, 2010
I don't know why he would take it out on her. Maybe that's a question that needs to be explored.

Since: Mar 08

Location hidden

#73 Feb 26, 2010
Okie Dokie wrote:
I don't know why he would take it out on her. Maybe that's a question that needs to be explored.
Why? There is no evidence linking him to the murder. Let the poor guy rest in peace.
Old South

AOL

#74 Feb 27, 2010
Okie Dokie wrote:
I was reading the thread on Amy Bishop, the professor who shot and killed those people in Alabama. It has been suggested that her motive was likely because she had been passed over for tenure. Wasn't Santa Bill also passed over for tenure although he had been with the university for 24 years? Anyone know?
I can honestly say I don't know the requirements for tenure, but it would seem that a professor who taught at a university for 24 years would have gained tenure. If he hadn't, why would they keep him on for so long?

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#75 Feb 27, 2010
Old South wrote:
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I can honestly say I don't know the requirements for tenure, but it would seem that a professor who taught at a university for 24 years would have gained tenure. If he hadn't, why would they keep him on for so long?
Tenure is different depending on what school one's at. I do know the publication of scholarly articles in "your" field is a requirement. Professors talk about the phrase, "Publish or perish." I have no idea if BMcR published or not.

http://www.socwomen.org/about/gettenure.pdf

Since: Mar 08

Location hidden

#76 Feb 27, 2010
Bill McReynolds did indeed receive tenure:

http://www.colorado.edu/journalism/bylines/fa...

“If life gives you melons”

Since: Nov 06

You might be dyslexic

#77 Feb 27, 2010
thewhitewitchone wrote:
Bill McReynolds did indeed receive tenure:
http://www.colorado.edu/journalism/bylines/fa...
I thought he was too because he was listed as a Professor Emeritus in his obituary, or the article in Boulder about his (can't remember which). A professor emeritus is a full professor who retires in good standing.
Capricorn

Budd Lake, NJ

#78 Feb 28, 2010
Okie Dokie wrote:
I was reading the thread on Amy Bishop, the professor who shot and killed those people in Alabama. It has been suggested that her motive was likely because she had been passed over for tenure. Wasn't Santa Bill also passed over for tenure although he had been with the university for 24 years? Anyone know?
More important as we discuss the Amy Bishop case is the background of her parents who used their influence to cover up and hide what was obviously a very disturbed person when she killed her brother. She also had issues that her parents felt would be better dealt with on their own. Unfortunately, it cost several other innocent people their lives

Like John said, sometimes it doesn't hit them until later on in life; I believe he called for it at forty.
BrotherMoon

Denver, CO

#80 Mar 15, 2010
candy wrote:
How lazy is this? Did the note have prints on it? Don't bother to ask Steve, he didn't care. From Thomas's depo:
It is not lazy to pass over something that is obviously irrelevant.
LillyAndGish

Columbus, OH

#81 Mar 15, 2010
BrotherMoon wrote:
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It is not lazy to pass over something that is obviously irrelevant.
Exactly. Santa didn't do it. Poor McSanta. They should let him RIP.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#82 Mar 16, 2010
LillyAndGish wrote:
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Exactly. Santa didn't do it. Poor McSanta. They should let him RIP.
Wow, I'm so uninformed! I didn't even know Santa had died!

“If life gives you melons”

Since: Nov 06

You might be dyslexic

#83 Mar 16, 2010
BrotherMoon wrote:
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It is not lazy to pass over something that is obviously irrelevant.
But then again, she is cyclical in her ST bashing.
Capricorn

New York, NY

#84 Mar 16, 2010
Legal__Eagle wrote:
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But then again, she is cyclical in her ST bashing.
Oh my! Is it that time already? ;)

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