Capricorn

Brooklyn, 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? ;)

“If life gives you melons”

Since: Nov 06

You might be dyslexic

#85 Mar 16, 2010
Capricorn wrote:
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Oh my! Is it that time already? ;)
Just like clockwork - bordering on clockwork orange!
candy

East Lansing, MI

#86 Mar 16, 2010
Quote: It is not lazy to pass over something that is obviously irrelevant.

No, these were all relevant questions of Thomas in the one depo he couldn't buy his way out of. HE $old a theory for profit on who killed JonBenet, the amount of investigating HE did, not others, HE did that went into it are all relevant questions of him, and how much time and effort HE spent investigating other people before he indicted someone that was not indicted by a grand jury.
tara12

Boulder, CO

#87 Mar 16, 2010
Does anybody here think Candy knows anything relevant? Seems like lots of speculation to me...
Shellie

Denver, CO

#88 Mar 16, 2010
Autumn wrote:
This is what I can't wait for....
Building a DNA picture of your face
Advances in technology mean that DNA evidence is increasingly used to charge suspects and to identify victims. Amazingly, it will soon be possible to build a picture of someone's face from traces of DNA.
There was a case on the Forensic Files TV show last week(aired in the Denver area), where a researcher was able to determine a suspect's hair & eye color w/a NEW DNA testing procedure. Of course they had already determined ethnicity & gender; but this information, along w/some valuable corroborating evidence, helped solve the case. When the local TV station reported about this additional DNA info., the suspect turned himself in. His dna was a match to all evidence found at the crime scene - case solved.
BrotherMoon

Denver, CO

#89 Mar 16, 2010
Shallowie wrote:
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There was a case on the Forensic Files TV show last week(aired in the Denver area), where a researcher was able to determine a suspect's hair & eye color w/a NEW DNA testing procedure. Of course they had already determined ethnicity & gender; but this information, along w/some valuable corroborating evidence, helped solve the case. When the local TV station reported about this additional DNA info., the suspect turned himself in. His dna was a match to all evidence found at the crime scene - case solved.
And that is why the Ramsey case has not been solved by the DNA, it has nothing to do with it.
Shellie

Denver, CO

#90 Mar 16, 2010
BrotherMoon wrote:
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And that is why the Ramsey case has not been solved by the DNA, it has nothing to do with it.
Nothing like totally missing the point of my post. It had to do w/identifying the hair/eye color of the killer in addition to knowing the ethnicity & gender. This helps narrow down the possible list of suspects.
LillyAndGish

Reynoldsburg, OH

#91 Mar 16, 2010
Shellie wrote:
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Nothing like totally missing the point of my post. It had to do w/identifying the hair/eye color of the killer in addition to knowing the ethnicity & gender. This helps narrow down the possible list of suspects.
Boulder would never bother with that. They don't want to know.
BrotherMoon

Denver, CO

#92 Mar 17, 2010
Shellie wrote:
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Nothing like totally missing the point of my post. It had to do w/identifying the hair/eye color of the killer in addition to knowing the ethnicity & gender. This helps narrow down the possible list of suspects.
Nothing like totally missing the point of my post. The DNA in this case, no matter how specific the details it can reveal, narrows the list of intruders to zero.
Shellie

Denver, CO

#93 Mar 17, 2010
BrotherMoon wrote:
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Nothing like totally missing the point of my post. The DNA in this case, no matter how specific the details it can reveal, narrows the list of intruders to zero.
That's called DENIAL.(caps for emphasis)

“If life gives you melons”

Since: Nov 06

You might be dyslexic

#94 Mar 17, 2010
Shellie wrote:
<quoted text>
There was a case on the Forensic Files TV show last week(aired in the Denver area), where a researcher was able to determine a suspect's hair & eye color w/a NEW DNA testing procedure. Of course they had already determined ethnicity & gender; but this information, along w/some valuable corroborating evidence, helped solve the case. When the local TV station reported about this additional DNA info., the suspect turned himself in. His dna was a match to all evidence found at the crime scene - case solved.
http://www.justnet.org/TechBeat%20Files/Genet...
Shellie

Denver, CO

#95 Mar 17, 2010
Legal__Eagle wrote:
Good article, L_E! It was quite informative. Wish I would've caught the entire FF show I posted about - came across it about a third of the way in, so don't have all the particulars.

***Decided to try to find more info. on the FF show - here's what I found: http://enceg-racegenetics.blogspot.com/
sue z q

UK

#96 Apr 15, 2012
cyber wrote:
<quoted text>You are saying the McReynolds had a son charged with robbery and kidnapping (holding a hostage)? Did I get that right? If not please correct me now.
A botched up robbery for the sum of $113.
Alibi: He was home drinking whisky and taking prescription drugs. Went to bed.

It's all on acandyrose site.
moose

United States

#98 Jul 20, 2012
BrotherMoon wrote:
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It is not lazy to pass over something that is obviously irrelevant.
The card or note that santa bill wrote & gave JonBenet is relevant in regards towards learning the truths in this case. What he wrote to her could be very revealing.
Curtis

Dallas, TX

#99 May 3, 2013
I've always wondered about JonBenet brother. Maybe he is the culprit and the parents were covering up for him. On pondering, the scenario could be brother gets
Jealous of sister and kills her in the basement. Christmas day she gets most of the attention given the fact of her talents and maybe Christmas presences. Just a thought.
DNA Tested

Amsterdam, Netherlands

#100 May 4, 2013
The media put that idea out there at the start.
It look good to most people after watching TV.
DNA old and new DNA testing shows it was a white male last came in contact with JonBenet that night.

The family lived a good life.
Christmas was a special time with lots of fun and love, All items found, points to a IDI.

On the job.
Terrance

Canada

#101 Aug 19, 2013
DNA Tested wrote:
The media put that idea out there at the start.
It look good to most people after watching TV.
DNA old and new DNA testing shows it was a white male last came in contact with JonBenet that night.
The family lived a good life.
Christmas was a special time with lots of fun and love, All items found, points to a IDI.
On the job.
That seems to be the crux. The last person whoever changed her panties to the large ones was a male caucasian. By the way, a parent wouldn't have reason to change those panties and the new package was left haphazard in an open cabinet. It appears that the perp's DNA is not in Codis. Or is it?

So what to do? Look for more strange coincidences in this case.

I note that at the Helgoth scene they found a Disney tape: "The Santa Clause" and embedded in that tape was a news report on the Alie Berrelez crime. Recently in 2012, authorities determined that the DNA in the Berrelez case belonged to Nicholas Randolf Stofer who apparently died in 2001 of a drug or alcohol overdose. Stofer was a welder and I give credit to Thornton cop J.D. Benish who long suspected him in that case and the Tracy Neef case because of similar iron filings found in both dufflebags. Benish also wondered about Stofer in the JonBenet case. Wouldn't that be something if Stofer's DNA matches that in JonBenet. I hope they test it.

“WAX ON”

Since: Jul 10

WAX OFF

#102 Aug 19, 2013
Then it appears his DNA is in CODIS, and has already been run against the JBR DNA.
Terrance wrote:
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Recently in 2012, authorities determined that the DNA in the Berrelez case belonged to Nicholas Randolf Stofer who apparently died in 2001 of a drug or alcohol overdose.
As many times as the JBR DNA has been run over the years, I would call it miraculous if it matched Stofer, since it must have been run against it already hundreds of times.
Terrance wrote:
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Wouldn't that be something if Stofer's DNA matches that in JonBenet. I hope they test it.
Terrance

Canada

#103 Aug 19, 2013
DrSeussMd wrote:
Then it appears his DNA is in CODIS, and has already been run against the JBR DNA.
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As many times as the JBR DNA has been run over the years, I would call it miraculous if it matched Stofer, since it must have been run against it already hundreds of times.
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Again, Stofer was a suspect on the Alie Berrelez case for a very long time and only recently last year was his DNA tested and confirmed. So, I doubt his DNA has ever been tested in the JonBenet case as well.

“WAX ON”

Since: Jul 10

WAX OFF

#104 Aug 19, 2013
How often do you think the Ramsey DNA is run?
Do you think the Ramsey DNA is entered into CODIS?
Is Stofer entered into CODIS?
Has there been a hit?
Terrance wrote:
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Again, Stofer was a suspect on the Alie Berrelez case for a very long time and only recently last year was his DNA tested and confirmed. So, I doubt his DNA has ever been tested in the JonBenet case as well.

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