Burke's Police Interview at the White's
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candy

East Lansing, MI

#200 Feb 10, 2013
Willadena wrote:
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I heard that the interview that took place between BR & the detective's on the morning of the 26th at FW's was expunged from record.
Starting on p. 346 in Chief Kolar's book: "Foreign Faction: Who really kidnapped JonBenet?", he talks openly about this interview and what Burke said in it.

“May you all come home”

Since: Mar 07

safely Bless you all

#201 Feb 11, 2013
candy wrote:
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I believe that it's possible, since the story of the Grand Jury indicting both John and Patsy for child abuse leading to death came out. And we have the first DA in Stan Garnett that would actually be able to try the case and not blow it or plea bargain it away. I'm hopeful because of those two developments, AND the prayers of many people for Justice, that all the hard work of all the police, witnessess, etc. for so many years will be rewarded with an arrest or arrests.
I know you have a lot of faith in Garnett. You make me want to believe but my cynicism after all these years, many of which has Garnett as the DA, tells me that I think you may be looking through rose colored glasses, but I hope I am wrong.

I'll believe it when I see it so please keep us posted with any progress Garnett hopes to make ......in our lifetime :)
Willadena

Nampa, ID

#202 Feb 11, 2013
candy wrote:
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Starting on p. 346 in Chief Kolar's book: "Foreign Faction: Who really kidnapped JonBenet?", he talks openly about this interview and what Burke said in it.
No kidding...thanks for that. The only book i've gotten through so far on the case was Steve Thomas's. I thought it was well written. Someone criticized the Kolar book on a different thread, saying his account didn't contain anything new. I guess you can't believe everything you read on the internet :p Will check it out- thnx again.
candy

East Lansing, MI

#203 Feb 11, 2013
Willadena wrote:
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No kidding...thanks for that. The only book i've gotten through so far on the case was Steve Thomas's. I thought it was well written. Someone criticized the Kolar book on a different thread, saying his account didn't contain anything new. I guess you can't believe everything you read on the internet :p Will check it out- thnx again.
Hi Willadena, Chief Kolar's book has a lot that is new. I deliberately did not post many quotes from it, because I felt other sites were going overboard in posting TOO MANY quotes. Kolar's book is very, very worth your time. It is so well written (he is a natural writer), and chock full of information.
Willadena

Nampa, ID

#204 Feb 11, 2013
candy wrote:
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Hi Willadena, Chief Kolar's book has a lot that is new. I deliberately did not post many quotes from it, because I felt other sites were going overboard in posting TOO MANY quotes. Kolar's book is very, very worth your time. It is so well written (he is a natural writer), and chock full of information.
Hi back Candy & thanks again. I put Kolar's book on hold at the library just tonite. Unfortunately, i will have to wait my turn to read it, as there is one other hold. But i do look forward. Also, i find your posts on this case inspiring. I look forward to more of those, too.
candy

East Lansing, MI

#205 Feb 11, 2013
Willadena wrote:
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Hi back Candy & thanks again. I put Kolar's book on hold at the library just tonite. Unfortunately, i will have to wait my turn to read it, as there is one other hold. But i do look forward. Also, i find your posts on this case inspiring. I look forward to more of those, too.
Thank you Willadena, and trust me, Chief Kolar's book is well worth the wait to read it.
Anna

United States

#206 Sep 8, 2016
Capricorn wrote:
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And those that weren't "settled" were dropped. Once it involved getting the truth out in a real court of law, the suits were dropped.

There is much we don't know and IMO it is because it points right back to the Ramseys and Burke in particular. I would guess that if the truth were ever to come out, they may even be responsible to pay back some of those settlements and may even face criminal charges for bringing them forth in the first place.
I have always felt this whole thing involved some type of accident and further cover-up with the mother. I believe Burke was very jealous of attention his sister received..combined perhaps with some sexual curiosity. I believe something happened between burke and his sister that nite. I don't believe she was asleep and was carried to bed. I believe the rambling ransom note was done by the mom to protect her son. Also something has bothered me..that nobody else ever commented on. Jon Bonets bichon. Bichons are by nature one person dogs. They May be small but they're extremely protective. No stranger would have been able to get in that home..much less harm that child..with a Buchan present.
candy

East Lansing, MI

#207 Sep 8, 2016
@Anna: Thank you for that very interesting information about Bichons. JonBenet's bichon, Jacques, was at a neighbor's house that night, because the family were supposed to travel to Charlevoix on 12/26.

Since: Dec 14

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#209 Sep 8, 2016
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The dog lived with the Barnhill's, not at the Ramseys. The kids called Jacques their dog but in reality, it lived with the neighbors and was rarely at the Ramsey house.
The kids called the dog theirs because the Ramsey's purchased the dog. The fact that the Ramsey's did not care to take care of it and let the neighbors do all the work did not change the facts as far as the kids were concerned. You are right, the dog was rarely at the Ramsey home. He was permanently left in care of the Barnhills after JonBenèt died. Why not state the truth instead of wondering around it like a lost person in a open field?

Since: Dec 14

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#210 Sep 9, 2016
See, you are making up things to fit your version of the truth again Jameson. Why not just state the facts?

TT: How often do you talk to the Barnhills or have you talked to the Barnhills in the past?
PR: Uh, I kind of keep, you know their elderly ...
TT: Um hum.
PR:...and I would kind of, you know every two or three days probably ...
TT: Kind of keep in touch with them:
PR: Uh huh. They, they kept our dog a lot ...
TT: Um hum.
PR:...when we went out of town or whatever. Joe was, last year about this time, around Easter time, he was quite ill with some respiratory stuff and I was taking groceries and dinners and ...
TT: Kind of taking care them.
PR: Yeah. Kind of keeping my eye on him..

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