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JACK

Lawrenceburg, TN

#1 Jul 2, 2007
This suspect has had many questions about his activities in CA never answered.
He also has been involved with many things around the Ramsey's that were suspect.some may have been looked at but I think many weren't.
To me he was in the wrong places at the wrong time.I think he should remain a suspect until proven otherwise.
I think FW knows more than he saying,but he's not talking at this time,so the wait and see is on for now.
Steph

Birmingham, AL

#2 Jul 3, 2007
JACK wrote:
This suspect has had many questions about his activities in CA never answered.
He also has been involved with many things around the Ramsey's that were suspect.some may have been looked at but I think many weren't.
To me he was in the wrong places at the wrong time.I think he should remain a suspect until proven otherwise.
I think FW knows more than he saying,but he's not talking at this time,so the wait and see is on for now.
I think Fleet White put the pieces of the puzzle together rather quickly an knows that John and Patsy killed JonBenet. He was sickened by their selfish behavior after her body was found and he is waiting for a DA with some sense to get this case so that he can tell what he knows.
Yacky

Phoenix, AZ

#3 Jul 3, 2007
No, he didn't. He was looking out for himself. not his "friends". Why the note taking? Do you really think an innocent person would think like that? He lied about seeing her body. She was there and he says he didn't see her. Unless, he is blind, which I'm pretty sure he's not, she was right in front of his face. Dark or not. If, he was actually looking for her, he would have found her.

No one can tell me otherwise.
Nelly

AOL

#4 Jul 3, 2007
Steph wrote:
<quoted text>
I think Fleet White put the pieces of the puzzle together rather quickly an knows that John and Patsy killed JonBenet. He was sickened by their selfish behavior after her body was found and he is waiting for a DA with some sense to get this case so that he can tell what he knows.
I think you're right on the money, Steph. I agree FW figured it out early in the game--like THAT day.
Nice to see someone with a brain in their head:D
JACK

Lawrenceburg, TN

#5 Jul 3, 2007
FW figured out early that morning to go all over the house and make sure he did his part in making sure the police would never get any evidence together.
He was all over the House that terrible morning,but where was he the night before during and after his party?no one really knows.Does this make you wonder,was he involved in something at the Ramsey's that night?
Dots

AOL

#6 Jul 3, 2007
If he wasn't 100% convinced that morning, by the time of the funeral, he was.

Can you imagine when it hit him! I will bet he was in shock and denial for a while and by the time for the funeral, he was disgusted with what he was witnessing.

No he hasn't talked to the public. He is a rarity in this case. He talked to the police, not the media.

No one has ever had anything untoward to say about this man except some posters, the R's and NK.

Birds of the same feathers.

What "activities" in CA? None were ever suspect. His activities were that he was from there, his father lived there, family lived there and there was a family business there. Oh, and I am sure he visited there.

Ooooooo, so suspicious!!!! HAHAHHAHHAHA

What? Ya' think he might know more than us about what he witnessed???? DUH! I bet a jillion bucks he knows plenty more than you or I will ever know.

Use your head.

This poor man was called into the scene to be tossed under the bus. A scapegoat if ever I saw one.
Nelly

AOL

#7 Jul 3, 2007
JACK wrote:
FW figured out early that morning to go all over the house and make sure he did his part in making sure the police would never get any evidence together.
He was all over the House that terrible morning,but where was he the night before during and after his party?no one really knows.Does this make you wonder,was he involved in something at the Ramsey's that night?
I wouldn't pretend to "know" what FW thought that morning or any other.
However, it would appear the Ramsey's disagree with everything you keep posting Jack, because they certainly had their pick of perps and even when Nancy Krabs fell in their laps, they STILL declined the opportunity to put the spotlight on FW!
So, while you're sitting here nearly 11 years later pointing at the CLOSEST PERSON to JR besides his wife, old Johnny Fat Cat has moved on and beyond. You're on the wrong path and the R's proved that a loooooong time ago:D lol
Dots

AOL

#8 Jul 3, 2007
Bravo! Nelly, Bravo!

You are right, they would have JUMPED on NK if they could have.

The same can be said of many people that were tossed under the bus to the police. However, neither JR's investigators nor the official authorities were able to find any connection between those run over by the bus and the murder of JBR.

Linda
Merv
Santa
FW
PW
X number of AG employess and ex-employees
photographers
journalist
Dots

AOL

#9 Jul 3, 2007
poor Helgoth, how could I forget him?

“May you all come home”

Since: Mar 07

safely Bless you all

#10 Jul 4, 2007
Nelly wrote:
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I wouldn't pretend to "know" what FW thought that morning or any other.
However, it would appear the Ramsey's disagree with everything you keep posting Jack, because they certainly had their pick of perps and even when Nancy Krabs fell in their laps, they STILL declined the opportunity to put the spotlight on FW!
So, while you're sitting here nearly 11 years later pointing at the CLOSEST PERSON to JR besides his wife, old Johnny Fat Cat has moved on and beyond. You're on the wrong path and the R's proved that a loooooong time ago:D lol
Fleet coming to the house that morning to make sure everything was he way it should be FOR HIM is one of the favorite things tossed out very often; however, they forget that that could NEVER be planned as he would HAVE HAD to know that the Ramseys would call him first thing, so that doesn't wash, but it doesn't stop the Fleet bashers from repeating it over and over.

“May you all come home”

Since: Mar 07

safely Bless you all

#11 Jul 4, 2007
Dots wrote:
If he wasn't 100% convinced that morning, by the time of the funeral, he was.
Can you imagine when it hit him! I will bet he was in shock and denial for a while and by the time for the funeral, he was disgusted with what he was witnessing.
No he hasn't talked to the public. He is a rarity in this case. He talked to the police, not the media.
No one has ever had anything untoward to say about this man except some posters, the R's and NK.
Birds of the same feathers.
What "activities" in CA? None were ever suspect. His activities were that he was from there, his father lived there, family lived there and there was a family business there. Oh, and I am sure he visited there.
Ooooooo, so suspicious!!!! HAHAHHAHHAHA
What? Ya' think he might know more than us about what he witnessed???? DUH! I bet a jillion bucks he knows plenty more than you or I will ever know.
Use your head.
This poor man was called into the scene to be tossed under the bus. A scapegoat if ever I saw one.
You win the jillion bucks!

Actually the reason he is so disdained is that he DOES hold the keys to the whole thing and knows more than we will ever come to know. He will never talk while the case remains in the hands of Boulder DA's like Lacy. It is precisely that reason that he was targeted by those who tried to place him and his family in dire straits with NK and the other lies. Revenge, plain and simple, with the "simple" emphasized for those who fell for it
icedtea4me

Saint Louis, MO

#12 Jul 4, 2007
Capricorn wrote:
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Fleet coming to the house that morning to make sure everything was he way it should be FOR HIM is one of the favorite things tossed out very often; however, they forget that that could NEVER be planned as he would HAVE HAD to know that the Ramseys would call him first thing, so that doesn't wash, but it doesn't stop the Fleet bashers from repeating it over and over.
Precisely, Capricorn!

Hey, Jack! What if the Ramseys DIDN'T call the Whites that morning? What then?
icedtea4me

Saint Louis, MO

#13 Jul 4, 2007
JACK wrote:
FW figured out early that morning to go all over the house and make sure he did his part in making sure the police would never get any evidence together.
He was all over the House that terrible morning,
He was all over the house? You mean, he was even up on the third floor in John and Patsy's bedroom area? That's odd because John never states that when he and Fleet went up to the second floor to get Burke.
but where was he the night before during and after his party?no one really knows. Does this make you wonder,was he involved in something at the Ramsey's that night?
He had dinner with his family and guests. Then, he and John were on the living room floor rolling paper beads with their daughters to make necklaces. He and his son then joined some caroling neighbors for a little while and returned while the Ramseys were still there, as Patsy indicated in her interview. Unless...

Priscilla: Fleet, could you please put the rolls in a basket and bring them to the table?

Fleet: Okay. Just a minute. I gotta do something first.

Fleet walks out the front door and drives over to the Ramseys. He lets himself in with a key, grabs a notebook and sharpie, sits down at a table, and begins to write.

"Hmm... let's see... a small fantastic faction...No, no, no! That won't do!" (He rips page out, crumples it up, and tosses it aside.) "I know! A small flakey faction! Nah!" (Crumples up that page into a ball and tosses it over his shoulder.) "Oh, crap! Speaking of flakey, I forgot all about the rolls! Come on, Fleet! Think! Think! Aha! I've got it! A small foreign faction! There! I hate having writer's block. And now for the rest of the note. Good. It's done. And now back to the party."

“If life gives you melons”

Since: Nov 06

You might be dyslexic

#14 Jul 4, 2007
Other than Jack's insufferable starting thread after thread and 10-year tardiness to the case without even the tiniest capability of comprehension to all of the evidence posted, I think Yack summed it up best when she said
Yacky wrote:
No one can tell me otherwise.
And hence, we see the closed mind of the IDI's.
Patricia Fox

Atlanta, GA

#15 Jul 4, 2007
Legal__Eagle wrote:
Other than Jack's insufferable starting thread after thread and 10-year tardiness to the case without even the tiniest capability of comprehension to all of the evidence posted, I think Yack summed it up best when she said
<quoted text>
And hence, we see the closed mind of the IDI's.
Jack's starting a thread on just about every male in Boulder is just another sign of his immaturity.

I don't think he is capable of understanding that a lot of posters are tired of his endlessly lame queries that have been answered a zillion times..
Yacky

Phoenix, AZ

#16 Jul 4, 2007
Legal__Eagle wrote:
Other than Jack's insufferable starting thread after thread and 10-year tardiness to the case without even the tiniest capability of comprehension to all of the evidence posted, I think Yack summed it up best when she said
<quoted text>
And hence, we see the closed mind of the IDI's.
Such a hypocritical statement, doncha think? I follow the evidence. There is evidence against FW. Sure it may be circumstanial that we know of, but there may more that we don't about, might there be? Hmmmm!

He's a PRIME suspect, whether you like it OR not!
Dots

AOL

#17 Jul 4, 2007
Prime suspect? Not as far as any investigators are concerned.

Cleared? Yes, after police interviews and the fact that he had alibi witnesses.

Witness? Yes, thanks to the R's who dragged him into this with a pre-dawn call for help.

Scapegoat? Yes, to point the investigation away from the R's.
icedtea4me

Saint Louis, MO

#18 Jul 4, 2007
Yacky wrote:
No, he didn't. He was looking out for himself. not his "friends". Why the note taking? Do you really think an innocent person would think like that? He lied about seeing her body. She was there and he says he didn't see her. Unless, he is blind, which I'm pretty sure he's not, she was right in front of his face. Dark or not. If, he was actually looking for her, he would have found her.
No one can tell me otherwise.
Yet, I suppose you believe John Ramsey when he told investigators that he didn't open the door to the wine cellar when he made his post 10 a.m. trip down to the basement.
Nelly

AOL

#19 Jul 4, 2007
icedtea4me wrote:
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Yet, I suppose you believe John Ramsey when he told investigators that he didn't open the door to the wine cellar when he made his post 10 a.m. trip down to the basement.
We're SUPPOSE to believe the Ramsey's walked thru those doors like zombies and went to their beds and lights out, and oops! somebody took that child and the Ramsey's called the police and friends and didn't read the entire note, discuss it, or even look further than under that child's dustruffle. THAT is their story and nobody can tell me different! lol
Steph

Birmingham, AL

#20 Jul 4, 2007
Yacky wrote:
No, he didn't. He was looking out for himself. not his "friends". Why the note taking? Do you really think an innocent person would think like that? He lied about seeing her body. She was there and he says he didn't see her. Unless, he is blind, which I'm pretty sure he's not, she was right in front of his face. Dark or not. If, he was actually looking for her, he would have found her.
No one can tell me otherwise.
Maybe he took notes because he was a detail oriented person, who knows.
I find it interesting that you KNOW that he lied about seeing her body......your words, not mine.

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