Did Kolar's Book Change Your Theory?

Did Kolar's Book Change Your Theory?

Created by moonjack on Aug 22, 2012

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YES, I was RDI now I'm IDI

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candy

East Lansing, MI

#1 Aug 22, 2012
It provides a lot more GOOD information about the REALITY of the investigation, so readers can make up their own minds, to counter the BOGUS intruder theory garbage which he completely demolishes. On top of that, are Chief Kolar's first rate talents as an investigator, a fearless man who asks hard questions about the REAL evidence in this case. It's also about his involvement in this case, which is fascinating in and of itself. It's also a whistleblower book about what was happening with Lacy refusing to look at family evidence. It's about a brave man on a quest for Justice who worked on this case YEARS after he left it, to try to bring about a new grand jury and Justice for JonBenet Ramsey.

Since: Sep 11

Alberton, South Africa

#2 Aug 23, 2012
candy wrote:
It provides a lot more GOOD information about the REALITY of the investigation, so readers can make up their own minds, to counter the BOGUS intruder theory garbage which he completely demolishes. On top of that, are Chief Kolar's first rate talents as an investigator, a fearless man who asks hard questions about the REAL evidence in this case. It's also about his involvement in this case, which is fascinating in and of itself. It's also a whistleblower book about what was happening with Lacy refusing to look at family evidence. It's about a brave man on a quest for Justice who worked on this case YEARS after he left it, to try to bring about a new grand jury and Justice for JonBenet Ramsey.
Candy, it may be your opinion that the intruder theory is bogus and YOU may have great faith that James Kolar is a brave, wonderful, talented, fearless investigator, but there are many of us who are a lot more level-headed and therefore exercise some reserve in our assessment of him and the "REAL evidence" he presents in his book. If this "evidence" was real, it must surely have been presented to the Grand Jury and if it "completely demolishes" the intruder theory, why was the Grand Jury not convinced? After all, if an intruder didn't kill JonBenet, it could only have been the Ramseys, right? So, why were the Ramseys not indicted?

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#3 Aug 23, 2012
The Grand Jury was not instrumental in the outcome of their own process. It was the corrupt Alex Hunter who decided not to file charges. His life is a joke. He was the DA in a college town where drugs were the biggest concern on the docket and was so uneducated and uninterested to that problem his son died overdosing on a prescription with his name on the bottle.

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#4 Aug 23, 2012
[QUOTE who="Lynette 22]. If this "evidence" was real.........[QUOTE]

You can't even wrap your head around the feces issue because it is so incriminating it demolishes your image of this perfectly normal family. The toileting behavior of these children was off the wall pathological.

Housekeeper #1 said Burke smeared his feces on the wall.

Housekeeper #2 said Jonbenet left grapefruit size bowle movements in her bed.

In interviews Patsy was asked about feces photographed in Jonbenet's underwear on the bathroom floor.

Nedra used the word 'dirtying herself', for Jonbenet’s problem.

Smith claims all the underwear of Jonbenet’s was stained from feces.

Kolar relates information about a candy box smeared with feces and a pair of Burke’s pj bottoms with a fresh load of shite.

“WAX ON”

Since: Jul 10

WAX OFF

#5 Aug 23, 2012
In the same vein that I would hire an attorney rather than defend myself, or I would go to a surgeon rather than remove my own appendix – I will take the assessment of an investigator who has seen the evidence, as opposed to the blind opinion of a poster who has not READ THE BOOK, yet attempts to offer a credible opinion of it.
Lynette 22 wrote:
Candy, it may be your opinion that the intruder theory is bogus and YOU may have great faith that James Kolar is a brave, wonderful, talented, fearless investigator, but there are many of us who are a lot more level-headed and therefore exercise some reserve in our assessment of him and the "REAL evidence" he presents in his book.
MJ has offered a concise explanation of Hunter and the GJ. You have to remember also that assimilating evidence yet not being sure who to attribute which act to is not a prosecutable scenario.
Lynette 22 wrote:
If this "evidence" was real, it must surely have been presented to the Grand Jury and if it "completely demolishes" the intruder theory, why was the Grand Jury not convinced? After all, if an intruder didn't kill JonBenet, it could only have been the Ramseys, right? So, why were the Ramseys not indicted?
WV Sleuth

United States

#6 Aug 23, 2012
Well, Seuss, that IS how one gets to be an IDI, just look the other way, anywhere BUT the Ramseys. Certainly Lynnette can't soil herself reading this obvious diatribe against those Saints..

READ THE BOOK, LYNNETTE, before you dismiss it all out of hand, but oh, Mame's already read it and complained..! What to do? What to do? Let's see, if you can't bring yourself to read it, why not just zip it?

I haven't read the book yet, because I can't afford it at the moment. But I intend to, and I read here hoping to get more information about the book.

But YOU'VE already made up your mind.. tsk, tsk..

Since: May 11

Seattle, WA

#7 Aug 23, 2012
WV Sleuth wrote:
Well, Seuss, that IS how one gets to be an IDI, just look the other way, anywhere BUT the Ramseys. Certainly Lynnette can't soil herself reading this obvious diatribe against those Saints..
READ THE BOOK, LYNNETTE, before you dismiss it all out of hand, but oh, Mame's already read it and complained..! What to do? What to do? Let's see, if you can't bring yourself to read it, why not just zip it?
I haven't read the book yet, because I can't afford it at the moment. But I intend to, and I read here hoping to get more information about the book.
But YOU'VE already made up your mind.. tsk, tsk..
Hi WV:D
Check out your library, they might have a copy. I live in Bumleg, Egypt and we even have a copy available. Good luck!

“May you all come home”

Since: Mar 07

safely Bless you all

#8 Aug 23, 2012
realTopaz wrote:
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Hi WV:D
Check out your library, they might have a copy. I live in Bumleg, Egypt and we even have a copy available. Good luck!
Oh MY! That's quite a lot of "pinging" you are doing LOL, but I'm sure it's possible if you just ask the right person ;)

Since: May 11

Seattle, WA

#9 Aug 23, 2012
Capricorn wrote:
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Oh MY! That's quite a lot of "pinging" you are doing LOL, but I'm sure it's possible if you just ask the right person ;)
Yeah, me and Lynette;D

“May you all come home”

Since: Mar 07

safely Bless you all

#10 Aug 23, 2012
realTopaz wrote:
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Yeah, me and Lynette;D
And more LOL I have posted with many people from all over the place and for some reason, they don't ping like you do LOL; and certainly not to far away places ;) but I do love travel LOL

Ole South

“2009, 2011, 2012”

Since: Aug 11

Roll Tide - Good Luck, Tide!

#11 Aug 23, 2012
Wonder why people aren't sticking their heads in, screaming for all to stay on topic??

Oh, I guess that only applies to IDI's...

Ole South

“2009, 2011, 2012”

Since: Aug 11

Roll Tide - Good Luck, Tide!

#12 Aug 23, 2012
FWIW, I'm about 2/3 through the book and I've seen nothing to change my opinion.

If anything, he has only reinforced my opinion about the crime.

But the thing that has really impressed me is the magnitude of his ego. Now THAT is HUGE!!

“WAX ON”

Since: Jul 10

WAX OFF

#13 Aug 23, 2012
Do you think we can keep this thread on-topic and keep the fights off it please? It would surely be appreciated. No response is necessary.
***

Sorry OS I just hadn't made it to this thread yet.
Ole South wrote:
Wonder why people aren't sticking their heads in, screaming for all to stay on topic??
Oh, I guess that only applies to IDI's...

“WAX ON”

Since: Jul 10

WAX OFF

#14 Aug 23, 2012
You said the same thing the other day when you were on page 87 - now you are 350+ pages into it, LOL, you must be speed reading.
Ole South wrote:
FWIW, I'm about 2/3 through the book and I've seen nothing to change my opinion.
If anything, he has only reinforced my opinion about the crime.
But the thing that has really impressed me is the magnitude of his ego. Now THAT is HUGE!!

“May you all come home”

Since: Mar 07

safely Bless you all

#15 Aug 23, 2012
WV Sleuth wrote:
Well, Seuss, that IS how one gets to be an IDI, just look the other way, anywhere BUT the Ramseys. Certainly Lynnette can't soil herself reading this obvious diatribe against those Saints..
READ THE BOOK, LYNNETTE, before you dismiss it all out of hand, but oh, Mame's already read it and complained..! What to do? What to do? Let's see, if you can't bring yourself to read it, why not just zip it?
I haven't read the book yet, because I can't afford it at the moment. But I intend to, and I read here hoping to get more information about the book.
But YOU'VE already made up your mind.. tsk, tsk..
Lots of people have made their comments without reading the book WVS. They get together and are told what their opinion should be. It's unfortunate for case discussion and more unfortunate, as it turns out, for JBR. No matter what anyone thinks of the author, nobody has anything valid to say about the facts INCLUDING the investigators for Ramsey or the Ramseys themselves or Wood. Nobody can dispute the facts or they would have

Seriously, check with your local library and see if they have it available. If there is a waiting list as we've heard in many libraries for it, they may just order some more if they see they are needed.

Since: May 11

Seattle, WA

#16 Aug 23, 2012
Capricorn wrote:
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Lots of people have made their comments without reading the book WVS. They get together and are told what their opinion should be. It's unfortunate for case discussion and more unfortunate, as it turns out, for JBR. No matter what anyone thinks of the author, nobody has anything valid to say about the facts INCLUDING the investigators for Ramsey or the Ramseys themselves or Wood. Nobody can dispute the facts or they would have
Seriously, check with your local library and see if they have it available. If there is a waiting list as we've heard in many libraries for it, they may just order some more if they see they are needed.
I'm really surprised it got to libraries so fast, how does that happen? The books here are donated, so you kind of have to wait til someone buys it and then gives it to the library and there are rarely two of any one book.

“May you all come home”

Since: Mar 07

safely Bless you all

#17 Aug 23, 2012
realTopaz wrote:
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I'm really surprised it got to libraries so fast, how does that happen? The books here are donated, so you kind of have to wait til someone buys it and then gives it to the library and there are rarely two of any one book.
Most libraries, especially in urban areas, will order or have donated from certain publishers, etc. a specific amount of books for the library to carry. It is also promotional in some cases to do that. If a library only has two copies, but has a waiting list of thirty people, some people who don't want to wait will go out and purchase it. Other times, the library will order more. I think it varies from city to city and the funding mechanisms within each jurisdiction also differ

Ole South

“2009, 2011, 2012”

Since: Aug 11

Roll Tide - Good Luck, Tide!

#18 Aug 23, 2012
DrSeussMd wrote:
You said the same thing the other day when you were on page 87 - now you are 350+ pages into it, LOL, you must be speed reading.
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Actually, I'm on page 267 (not having read any more of the book since I wrote the post). But I did say, "about" 2/3 through the book. It was only a guestimate, judging by the place the jacket of the book marked my place. So I misjudged how far into the book I was.

I am by no means a speedreader. Even when reading books I find extremely interesting and/or enjoyable, I cannot read quickly. And since I'm having to plod my way through this one, I can assure you I'm not reading it fast. So, let's see: Approximately 240 pages to go.

I hope it gets more interesting than it has been. I had hoped to finish it by Saturday night, but now I can see that will never happen. Anyway, I WILL try to be optimistic.... Not about it becoming more interesting, but about my finishing it before then, LOL.
The Truth Hurts

Detroit, MI

#19 Aug 23, 2012
Ole South wrote:
FWIW, I'm about 2/3 through the book and I've seen nothing to change my opinion.
If anything, he has only reinforced my opinion about the crime.
But the thing that has really impressed me is the magnitude of his ego. Now THAT is HUGE!!
And Lou Smit, who often referred to himself in the third person had no ego problem? LOL

“If life gives you melons”

Since: Nov 06

You might be dyslexic

#20 Aug 23, 2012
Ole South wrote:
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Actually, I'm on page 267 (not having read any more of the book since I wrote the post). But I did say, "about" 2/3 through the book. It was only a guestimate, judging by the place the jacket of the book marked my place. So I misjudged how far into the book I was.
I am by no means a speedreader. Even when reading books I find extremely interesting and/or enjoyable, I cannot read quickly. And since I'm having to plod my way through this one, I can assure you I'm not reading it fast. So, let's see: Approximately 240 pages to go.
I hope it gets more interesting than it has been. I had hoped to finish it by Saturday night, but now I can see that will never happen. Anyway, I WILL try to be optimistic.... Not about it becoming more interesting, but about my finishing it before then, LOL.
Having to plod your way through
Hope it gets more interesting than it has been
Try to be optimistic

It sounds like you had a preconceived notion in your head before you started the book and you probably won’t get anything out of it. It may be a waste of your time. Comments like that make it hard for me to believe you have an open mind about it.

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