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JonBenet Ramsey

Burke Ramsey- INNOCENT victim of BORG

Steve Thomas did not come up with the idea of Patsy’s “toilet rage” on his own. Like so many other instances of a person being baffled by circumstances and having a “logical explanation” provided by someone who should know, an expert offered this as a reason for JonBenet’s death. One of the so-called “experts” called in by the DA, Dr. Richard Krugman offered his opinion. It just so-happened that besides being considered a child abuse authority, Krugman had written in 1993 an article on (of all things) “toilet rage abuse.” Thomas completely bought into this theory because it answered some of the questions about what might have happened, he then formed his own opinions about it, and then offered it in his book as the catalyst in JonBenet's death. In the article published in 1993, Krugman is quoted as sayingIs it any wonder then that when Dr. Krugman was consulted, he expressed the idea that "in considering the past and present injuries to the hymen that the bedwetting/soiling took on enormous significance" ? Krugman further stated to investigators that, "The JonBenet case is a text book example of toileting abuse rage." (The old adage goes that “to a man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail.”) Krugman’s name may also be remembered because of his reluctance to pronounce that the injuries to JonBenet’s genitals were because of sexual abuse. (IDIots just love to quote him on this subject) He reasoned that without knowing the “intent” or the “reason” of the perpetrator, it might only be “physical” abuse. Of course, it goes without saying that had he admitted that it was obviously “sexual” abuse, it would have discounted his theory about “toilet rage.” Saving the discussion about Thomas’ motivations for another day, he DID unfortunately buy into this theory hook, line, and sinker. Krugman’s 1993 article: http://tinyurl.com /jqcjjn7  (Apr 26, 2016 | post #17)

JonBenet Ramsey

JonBenet Investigation

But he has proof that he's at least met him: http://tinyurl.com /Rosco-Ramsey (Apparently a book-signing at a small church) Rosco used to claim on his now-defunct website that "TeamJBI " was in constant contact with him.  (Apr 26, 2016 | post #8)

JonBenet Ramsey

Patsy vs Burke

Nor does Steven Thomas say he was there as a witness or how he "knows" this.  (Apr 26, 2016 | post #5)

JonBenet Ramsey

Haunting evidence

About a decade ago, there was (or maybe is still) a show in Britain called something like "Most Haunted." Each week the hosts would go to an alleged haunted house to see what unknown clues they could discover about why it was haunted. There was a scene where one of the hosts (Derek Acorah) went into a trance and began speaking for one of the former residents, Mary. While in his trance, he (she, Mary) claimed to have a secret love affair with someone whose name was "Richard. " Acorah began repeating, "Mary loves Dick, Mary Loves Dick." When he came out of the "trance, " he began explaining what happened. His co-host gasped and put her hand over her mouth. (Actually, she was trying to keep from laughing out loud.) When all those at the house thought the camera was off and they had gone to another set, they started laughing about what happened exposing that they were each in on the hoax. This is all well-documented. Do a search for the phrase " Mary Loves Dick" to read all about it and see the Youtube clips. Fast-forward to a few years ago... A friend of mine who lives in Scotland was given tickets to see a live show with Derek Acorah. (After he was exposed in this and several other incidents, he was kicked off the show and relegated to selling his taradiddle to small live shows for those ignorant enough to buy a ticket.) This friend of mine was in a wheelchair and was therefore assured a seat in the front of the audience. I suggested that if she had the opportunity when he came around with a microphone asking audience members a little about themselves, she should say, "My name is Mary -- and I love Dick!" (Unfortunately he didn't go to her, but I doubt she would have been bold enough to say it anyway.) ***TRUE STORY***  (Apr 26, 2016 | post #22)

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I think mervin Pugh killed JonBenet Ramsey

as well they should be.  (Apr 16, 2016 | post #137)

JonBenet Ramsey

Ollie Gray claiming Michael helgoth is the killer??

Thanks. Don't know why the link wouldn't work. It does when I click on it. Anyone else?  (Apr 15, 2016 | post #6)

JonBenet Ramsey

Ollie Gray claiming Michael helgoth is the killer??

This "recent revelation" about Helgoth from Ollie Gray is nothing new. He's been pedaling this story for over a decade. From December 16, 2004, CBS's '48 Hours' -- just filled with misinformation: http://www.cbsnews .com/news/jonbenet -dna-rules-out-par ents/ (Somebody please judge my post with any kind of an icon so I know it showed up. If it didn't I'll post again with a tinyURL, since Topix allows them for some reason.)  (Apr 15, 2016 | post #4)

JonBenet Ramsey

Point of Entry

The Ramseys didn't want to stage a break in. They wanted to stage a kidnapping gone awry. There was no staged break in because they wanted police to believe what John told Det. Arndt: "It looks like an inside job." They wanted police to believe someone committed the crime who had a key to the house. It wasn't until Smit came along with his theory about an UNKNOWN intruder that they decided to play along with that tune if it seemed plausible to him. Patsy told investigators before JonBenet's body was brought up from the basement that LHP needed money, that she and Patsy left notes on the stairs for one another, and that that's the reason when she first saw the RN on the stairs she thought it was a note from LHP reminding her of the $2.000 loan she had asked for. LHP had a key to the house and wouldn't have needed to break in. Everything they did early on was to implicate the Pughs. An "inside job" indeed.  (Apr 6, 2016 | post #8)

JonBenet Ramsey

Reexamining Michael Helgoth

No, I didn't quote the entire article -- but I did include a link to the quote so anyone who questioned it could read it in its entirity. I only quoted here the section that answered MTA's question about the print being attributed to Burke. That doesn't prove his guilt or involvement in any way, and I included in the quote the part that says: "It is believed to have been left there under circumstances unrelated to JonBenet's murder." (And BTW, Jameson didn't write that, she only posted the article. Just seems that since she DID post it, she should acknowledge that the Hi-Tec print is unrelated to the crime and not a sign of an intruder since it has been sourced to Burke by investigators.)  (Apr 6, 2016 | post #35)

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