Where's Burke's Lawsuit Money?
Patricia Fox

Hogansville, GA

#21 May 28, 2009
BrotherMoon wrote:
We'll hear from Burke when he turns 21. No.
We'll hear from Burke when he graduates college. No.
We'll hear from Burke when he gets a job. No.
We'll hear from Burke when he enters rehab. No.
We'll hear from Burke when John dies. No.
We'll hear from Burke when he marries. No.
We'll hear from Burke when he divorces. No.
We'll hear form Burke in prison. No.
Burke is toast.
Burke knows squat.
BrotherMoon, LOL. but John seemed to think Burke would be closer to 40 before the realities kicked in, whatever they may be.
Capricorn

New York, NY

#22 May 29, 2009
Nelly wrote:
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Well, they dismissed him as much as he dismissed them. If he had anything to do with JB's demise, they had no fear of him spilling his guts as demonstrated by his ability to be left alone at the funeral, and to be taken to the White's that morning. I don't think I'd be too confident leaving a nine year old with anyone that might ask questions because there's a good chance your average 9 yr old can't keep his emotions secret, even if his mouth is telling a lie.
His indifference is rather alarming, whether he had anything to do with this, heard something, or not. I've never met a 9 yr old that wasn't both curious and sensitive to turmoil in his home. I'd expect him to ask why police were there, at the very least. He didn't seem the least bit interested, and that is strange if not abnormal. I wait for the day we hear of Burke Ramsey connected to something 'unholy'.
I agree that the average 9 year old would be hard pressed to keep a secret; however, there are so many instances where children of all ages, even way younger than 9 CAN and DO keep secrets.

If you think of all the children who are abused, both physically and sexually, you realize that they are told all sorts of things to assure that they "never tell" anyone.

Just like JBR, who most believe was being abused prior to her death, and unless she really did confide in Patsy or someone (we'll never know) obviously kept a secret and she was way younger than Burke.

Children, especially if told by their parents what horrific things might occur if a secret is told, the majority of the time WILL keep a secret.

I believe that to be the case with Burke.

Burke knows lots of secrets IMO

BrotherMoon

“Sandy Stranger killed JonBenet”

Since: Jan 08

Not Boulder, Co.

#23 May 29, 2009
Patricia Fox wrote:
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BrotherMoon, LOL. but John seemed to think Burke would be closer to 40 before the realities kicked in, whatever they may be.
That is just scary considering I think Patsy's 40th birthday was one of the pressuring factors in her psychosis.
jahazafat

United States

#24 May 29, 2009
I don't think we'll ever hear FROM Burke. We'll hear OF him.

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cyber

Jacksonville, FL

#25 May 29, 2009
koldkase wrote:
[Burke's Interview, cont. from "The Bonita Papers"]
Many of Burke's other responses also created areas of concern for the doctor. Burke displayed an enormous amount of lack of emotion, almost to the point of indifference, which Dr. Bernard explained may be attributed to shock, but could also have been a lack of attachment to his family. Since his mother had appeared very emotional when she brought Burke for the interview, Dr. Bernard thought that perhaps Burke could not deal with the family’s emotions and had therefore just withdrawn. Even in response to questions which should have elicited strong emotions, he remained non-expressive. When asked “How have things been since your only sister died?”, Burke responded,“It’s been okay.” And when asked if he missed her, he said,“Yep.” Burke continuously told Dr. Bernhard that he tried to forget about things and just play his Nintendo.
'When asked to draw a picture of his family, he drew a father figure who was distanced from Burke, a mother figure which was the smallest figure in the picture, and JonBenet was not in the picture at all. Dr. Bernhard interpreted the drawing to suggest that Burke felt his father was not emotionally available to him and that his mother was insignificant and did not have a great deal of power. Dr. Bernhard thought it extremely abnormal that JonBenet was not in the family picture at all, since her heath had occurred only 13 days prior. Most children continue to include deceased siblings in family drawings years after the death because it is too devastating for them to think about the loss. Burke also told Dr. Bernhard that he was “getting on with his life.”, another very abnormal reaction for a child who had so recently lost his sibling.
When specifically discussing the crime, he related that he did not hear any noises that night and that he was asleep, but he admitted that he usually hears when someone opens the refrigerator door downstairs. Dr. Bernhard asked what he thought happened to his sister. Burke, showing the first signs of irritation during the interview, responded, "I know what happened, she was killed.” Burke's explanation to the doctor was “someone took her quietly and took her down in the basement took a knife out or hit her on the head." He said that the only thing he asked his dad was "where did you find her body", a highly unusual query from a child considering the possible questions a child might ask about the death of a sibling.
Dr. Bernhard felt there needed to be more follow-up with Burke in the discussion of sexual contact. The only show of emotion by Burke, other than the irritation with the questions about the actual crime, was when Dr. Bernhard began to ask about uncomfortable touching. Burke picked up a board game and put it on his head an action indicating anxiety or discomfort with these types of questions and that there was more that he was not telling her. Dr. Bernhard asked Burke if he had any secrets, and he said,“probably, if I did, I wouldn't tell you, because then
it wouldn’t be a secret.
Very telling and very frightening stuff, if it's true. I think Burke is a goldmine of information yet to be uncovered.
cyber

Jacksonville, FL

#26 May 29, 2009
BrotherMoon wrote:
We'll hear from Burke when he turns 21. No.
We'll hear from Burke when he graduates college. No.
We'll hear from Burke when he gets a job. No.
We'll hear from Burke when he enters rehab. No.
We'll hear from Burke when John dies. No.
We'll hear from Burke when he marries. No.
We'll hear from Burke when he divorces. No.
We'll hear form Burke in prison. No.
Burke is toast.
Burke knows squat.
Why do you believe that?
cyber

Jacksonville, FL

#27 May 30, 2009
koldkase wrote:
[Burke's Interview, cont. from "The Bonita Papers"]
Many of Burke's other responses also created areas of concern for the doctor. Burke displayed an enormous amount of lack of emotion, almost to the point of indifference, which Dr. Bernard explained may be attributed to shock, but could also have been a lack of attachment to his family. Since his mother had appeared very emotional when she brought Burke for the interview, Dr. Bernard thought that perhaps Burke could not deal with the family’s emotions and had therefore just withdrawn. Even in response to questions which should have elicited strong emotions, he remained non-expressive. When asked “How have things been since your only sister died?”, Burke responded,“It’s been okay.” And when asked if he missed her, he said,“Yep.” Burke continuously told Dr. Bernhard that he tried to forget about things and just play his Nintendo.
'When asked to draw a picture of his family, he drew a father figure who was distanced from Burke, a mother figure which was the smallest figure in the picture, and JonBenet was not in the picture at all. Dr. Bernhard interpreted the drawing to suggest that Burke felt his father was not emotionally available to him and that his mother was insignificant and did not have a great deal of power. Dr. Bernhard thought it extremely abnormal that JonBenet was not in the family picture at all, since her heath had occurred only 13 days prior. Most children continue to include deceased siblings in family drawings years after the death because it is too devastating for them to think about the loss. Burke also told Dr. Bernhard that he was “getting on with his life.”, another very abnormal reaction for a child who had so recently lost his sibling.
When specifically discussing the crime, he related that he did not hear any noises that night and that he was asleep, but he admitted that he usually hears when someone opens the refrigerator door downstairs. Dr. Bernhard asked what he thought happened to his sister. Burke, showing the first signs of irritation during the interview, responded, "I know what happened, she was killed.” Burke's explanation to the doctor was “someone took her quietly and took her down in the basement took a knife out or hit her on the head." He said that the only thing he asked his dad was "where did you find her body", a highly unusual query from a child considering the possible questions a child might ask about the death of a sibling.
Dr. Bernhard felt there needed to be more follow-up with Burke in the discussion of sexual contact. The only show of emotion by Burke, other than the irritation with the questions about the actual crime, was when Dr. Bernhard began to ask about uncomfortable touching. Burke picked up a board game and put it on his head an action indicating anxiety or discomfort with these types of questions and that there was more that he was not telling her. Dr. Bernhard asked Burke if he had any secrets, and he said,“probably, if I did, I wouldn't tell you, because then
it wouldn’t be a secret.
Personally I'm just blown away that Burke did not draw a picture of his sister. To me that tells volumes.
I think that Burke resented Jonbenet terribly. Any first born suffers when a new child comes along because they get a very rude wake up call saying "You're not the center of Mom and Dad's universe anymore". That is terribly painful. But when the new child is made into a little goddess that could be really unbearable. I think if young Burke was going to write a poem about his feelings for Jonbenet it would be this, and it would have been the same before and after her death:

My little sister Jonbenet
Why can't she just go away?

First she was the greatest thing since sliced bread, then she became the most famous child in the world.
koldkase

Lawrenceville, GA

#28 May 30, 2009
cyber wrote:
<quoted text>Personally I'm just blown away that Burke did not draw a picture of his sister. To me that tells volumes.
I think that Burke resented Jonbenet terribly. Any first born suffers when a new child comes along because they get a very rude wake up call saying "You're not the center of Mom and Dad's universe anymore". That is terribly painful. But when the new child is made into a little goddess that could be really unbearable. I think if young Burke was going to write a poem about his feelings for Jonbenet it would be this, and it would have been the same before and after her death:
My little sister Jonbenet
Why can't she just go away?
First she was the greatest thing since sliced bread, then she became the most famous child in the world.
You know, the Ramseys constantly said things when they went on TV and in interviews that I thought at the time were truly awful for a parent with another child to say. She told Haney JonBenet was the most precious thing in the world to her. She also said some version of that on TV many times. It was like she was totally oblivious that she had a young son who might feel quite rejected if he heard that.

That's the thing I always find telling about the dynamics of the Ramseys: they seem to be completely callous about the damage they do to others. Whether in business, personal relationships, or media, they put on one face, but at their core, they are hard, cold people, and they make no apologies for it. They run that bus right over anyone, friend or foe, and never look back.
cyber

Jacksonville, FL

#29 May 30, 2009
koldkase wrote:
<quoted text>
You know, the Ramseys constantly said things when they went on TV and in interviews that I thought at the time were truly awful for a parent with another child to say. She told Haney JonBenet was the most precious thing in the world to her. She also said some version of that on TV many times. It was like she was totally oblivious that she had a young son who might feel quite rejected if he heard that.
That's the thing I always find telling about the dynamics of the Ramseys: they seem to be completely callous about the damage they do to others. Whether in business, personal relationships, or media, they put on one face, but at their core, they are hard, cold people, and they make no apologies for it. They run that bus right over anyone, friend or foe, and never look back.
People with these traits are often able to be very successful in business but their downfall comes in other areas of life.
Nelly

AOL

#30 May 30, 2009
koldkase wrote:
<quoted text>
You know, the Ramseys constantly said things when they went on TV and in interviews that I thought at the time were truly awful for a parent with another child to say. She told Haney JonBenet was the most precious thing in the world to her. She also said some version of that on TV many times. It was like she was totally oblivious that she had a young son who might feel quite rejected if he heard that.
That's the thing I always find telling about the dynamics of the Ramseys: they seem to be completely callous about the damage they do to others. Whether in business, personal relationships, or media, they put on one face, but at their core, they are hard, cold people, and they make no apologies for it. They run that bus right over anyone, friend or foe, and never look back.
You're right! Remember all the talk about JB getting 100 bucks that xmas from Grandpa Paugh but not for Burke? Some speculated he was angry with her for that. I could understand why he might not like her if he always got the short end of the stick, you just don't do that to kids.

Since: Apr 09

Location hidden

#31 May 31, 2009
Nelly wrote:
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You're right! Remember all the talk about JB getting 100 bucks that xmas from Grandpa Paugh but not for Burke?
That wasn't a Christmas present, that was for a lap dance.
koldkase

Lawrenceville, GA

#32 May 31, 2009
Sadly, shill, you might be right, for once.
Capricorn

New York, NY

#34 Jun 1, 2009
shill wrote:
<quoted text>That wasn't a Christmas present, that was for a lap dance.
Now you get it shill

Actually, it was hush money!
poindexter

Sherman Oaks, CA

#35 Jun 1, 2009
icedtea4me wrote:
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I think his usage of the present tense is quite revealing because, if he was actually referring to Burke going through this years down the road, then he would've used future tense ("...and that's when it will hurt.")
And your conclusion is?
redhead

Franklin, TN

#36 Jun 11, 2009
I think Koldkase is right. I think Burke is a sociopath. I have never read the Bonita papers, where can I find them?
WV Sleuth

United States

#38 Jun 12, 2009
www_forumsforjustice_org/forum s/showthread.php?p=139808

replace the underscores above with periods.. dunno why it won't allow me to just post the regular url...
WV Sleuth

United States

#39 Jun 12, 2009
http://www_forumsforjustice_or g/forums/showthread.php?p=1398 08

TRY THAT AGAIN.. replace the underscores above with periods..
I had an extra space that somehow got in there...
WV Sleuth

United States

#40 Jun 12, 2009
dunno why, it adds an extraneous space.. make sure the url doesn't have any spaces in it..(and replace the underscores with periods..)
redhead

Franklin, TN

#41 Jun 12, 2009
WV Sleuth wrote:
dunno why, it adds an extraneous space.. make sure the url doesn't have any spaces in it..(and replace the underscores with periods..)
Thank you very much.
Tommi

Chatsworth, CA

#42 Jun 18, 2009
BrotherMoon wrote:
We'll hear from Burke when he turns 21. No.
We'll hear from Burke when he graduates college. No.
We'll hear from Burke when he gets a job. No.
We'll hear from Burke when he enters rehab. No.
We'll hear from Burke when John dies. No.
We'll hear from Burke when he marries. No.
We'll hear from Burke when he divorces. No.
We'll hear form Burke in prison. No.
Burke is toast.
Burke knows squat.
I agree.

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