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JonBenet Ramsey

Suspect John Steven Gigax

That is a rather interesting point, I've probably seen about 15-20 people stunned and about half of them urinated. An IDI argument would simply be that she was stunned in the basement hence the urine by the paint tote. All I can say is in my experience, which is fairly extensive in this matter relatively speaking, sustaining a taser is not pleasant nor quiet. I got hit once trying to subdue someone and it sucks. I'm not going to pretend I know where those marks came from on her back but I'd bet paint brush shards have a bit to do with it. Her head was cocked to the right a bit correct? The paintbrush end of the garrote was stuck in her hair and imbedded in her face from the time she was placed in the cellar till John found her. Dead or not, that will leave a mark. But speculating on whether the effects of a taser would be different on a child is ridiculous. Children have healthier hearts than adults and I had mentioned before losing consciousness as it relates to being stunned is a cardiovascular issue  (Monday | post #155)

JonBenet Ramsey

Suspect John Steven Gigax

You can't take Michael Tracy's film as factual. Yes, Helgoth was an excellent suspect and if the DNA was a match to him I'd say the timing and manner of his suicide was a bit convenient. Those boots were pretty common and so what if he had stun guns? I've written this before and I'll write it again. Stun guns do not render people unconscious. It has happened yes, but people who have been rendered unconscious by a stun gun overwhelmingly had heart ailments. It hurts like hell and you'll scream or grunt incredibly loud while incurring this discomfort. Not only that, they're loud and in a house it would have been heard, even that big of a house. Quite a gamble for the kidnapper when he didn't know Jonbenet's cardiac history nor her stun gun knockout potential. The sound is comparable to a stove top burner clicking but significantly louder and faster. And please don't take the ransom note at face value nor believe that she was raped. Digitally assaulted yes, but there would have been significantly more damage had an adult penis penetrated her. There would have been ripped tissue, not just bruising and engorgement. The fact of the matter is that Helgoth was pretty much a self admitted pedophile in Tracy's film yet was able to show restraint in what can be presumed as his golden opportunity with Jonbenet to avoid DNA contamination? If it was a kidnapping she would have been removed from the premises, dead or not. Even if the kidnappers got spooked there would be no harm in removing her, even in a hurry. The 60 grand nonsense is just hearsay from a less than credible witness. 118 is too obscure a number for it simply to be coincidence and Helgoth did not possess the information necessary to know John's bonus. John was clearly the target in the note and whoever authored it seemed to know quite a bit about Mr. Ramsey. But the question remains if this was some sort of revenge killing why make it look like a kidnapping? Wouldn't it be more prudent as such to leave a note on her bed or even on the stairs that simply read "Look in the basement."? Lights were on in the kitchen but dimmed low. Speculate all you want on that fact but I find it incredibly doubtful that an intruder with a flashlight would turn on any light. And if you had light in a room as established why would you need a flashlight in said room? No harm in leaving it downstairs. Smit contends that the head blow came last and the killer left the same way he came in. If he left the flashlight on the counter how the f%ck would this guy navigate his way back down the stairs and out the train room window in a basement without light? It still would have been dark the first time John went into the basement and claimed that "He didn't remember" if lights were on or not. That is convenient as well  (Friday Oct 17 | post #150)

JonBenet Ramsey

Suspect John Steven Gigax

Presumed  (Friday Oct 17 | post #149)

JonBenet Ramsey

Jonbenet's grave gives a clue?

Wherever we copy.... Whatever we paste.... We're gonna have to read the same post, again.....again... ..and again  (Friday Sep 26 | post #16)

Seattle, WA

Eddie Vedder, this is for you

As if you have a say in the matter  (Sep 10, 2014 | post #16)

Seattle, WA

Eddie Vedder, this is for you

Its "Butt" genius  (Sep 8, 2014 | post #14)

Seattle, WA

Eddie Vedder, this is for you

I'm in Streamwood once a week. Its clear you've never won anything if you live there. Keep stalking Vedder though, its not creepy at all  (Sep 8, 2014 | post #13)

Seattle, WA

Eddie Vedder, this is for you

Streamwood is gross man, move already. I don't care about Pearl Jam, they haven't been relevant in 15 years, but I appreciate the music lesson. Why are you so jealous of Eddie Vedder though? Not everyone can be a libby jerkoff 24/7, get over it. Are you mad at your parents for not leaving you any physical attributes such as the ability to sing? Its not their fault, its not Eddie's fault, its your fault you are nothing. Stop blaming everyone else for your inadequacies. That or start a band and sing about them. Maybe you can google your way through the chorus while your at it  (Sep 5, 2014 | post #9)

Seattle, WA

Eddie Vedder, this is for you

Mother Love Bone has one good song, elaborating on what could have been is pointless, and stop changing your location. Streamwood is Chicago's armpit, accept and own it. You were born there, it's not your fault. "Sexist, " you f'n p^ssy. Let me guess, professional protester right? How about instead of Occupying Wall Street you occupy a f'n cubicle? You'd have a lot less problems than everyone kickin your @ss in the real world  (Sep 4, 2014 | post #7)

Seattle, WA

Eddie Vedder, this is for you

Everything you mentioned is pretty common knowledge so I don't think doing any "Research " is prudent in this situation. Thanks for the Pearl Jam 101 lesson though. I suppose those songs wrote themselves huh? I know, I know, Stone does a lot of the writing before you shoot your load off waiting to rebut. I'm still waiting for your point though. Vedder's story isn't all that unique when it comes to musicians. Most of them are bums, Mother Love Bone had one good song, one. I don't think they were on the cusp of going anywhere. I realize you're the jerkoff that needs to google topics to stay in the conversation but I'm not that guy. I'm very knowledgeable about music and could play the guitar solo to "Alive" while your girlfriend is blowing me. What is plainly obvious is you are incredibly jealous of Mr. Vedder and your way of acting out is posting on Topix like a badass. That was sarcasm, google that word. Then you post it on the Seattle page as if anyone is going to give a f*ck. I only responded because people like you are pathetic and I wanted to call you out for being the incredible p%ssy you are. Get back to complaining on facebook you suburban f'n jerkoff  (Sep 1, 2014 | post #4)

Seattle, WA

Eddie Vedder, this is for you

I also hate when musicians throw in their two cents about politics but it is their right I suppose. The dude wasn't born a rock star, he had to work at it. You call it the "Easy Life" but he had to work hard to get there, something to be said for that.  (Aug 31, 2014 | post #2)

JonBenet Ramsey

What kind of instrument yields this type of wound?

Wouldn't straying from whoever the writer was to be suggestive of Ramsey guilt if anything? First of all associating yourself in a ransom note at all is foolish and would only be done by someone trying to deceive. Ransom notes are usually really simple and to the point. Rarely, if ever, does the author offer insight. If you can't see through the b.s. of the Ramsey ransom note you need to read it again. For his first time I think John did an extraordinary job but did make some mistakes. He made the note about himself and the "Country he represents." What is so interesting about that is the author apparently was a self-hating American because no non-native would have known the references to the movies in the note nor law enforcement countermeasures, nor the term "Fat Cat" and especially not that southerners allegedly are more sensible. Yup, they sure are a knowledgeable group of foreign individuals to be so informed as to hate America yet know everything about it. I'm thinking these guys might be British, Australian, or Canadian and they are the first kidnappers ever to write the ransom note during the actual kidnapping and actually take their time doing it. And I was unaware that Access Graphics represented the USA, ever. Or is that just another example of John being very taken with himself in his letter? I know before anyone tries to correct me "Boeing. " Yea, they don't represent the USA either  (Aug 19, 2014 | post #27)

JonBenet Ramsey

What kind of instrument yields this type of wound?

If a fist can rip a fat padded cheek open I just find it hard to believe that something as hard as a skull wouldn't be lacerated with that kind of trauma underneath. I don't buy the bat or golf club for one second. Both those instruments would have caused a laceration. I also don't think that even a bodybuilder could have done that kind of damage with a flashlight, not enough torque. Falling or being thrown into something rounded could produce displacement without laceration. Depending on her height possibly the corner of a sink. I would say the railing on the spiral staircase as well but there would be more injuries to the rest of her body if she took that tumble. I'm thinking something rounded and hollow. It would be interesting if someone knew how high her sink was in her bathroom in relation to her height. The location of the wound suggests she was pushed into something or she was chopped with a weapon laying flat on her stomach with her face directly in the pillow. The impact was almost centered but off to the right a little bit at pretty much the rear crown of her skull. So unless Jonbenet slept face down directly into the pillow (which is impossible to breathe) I see only three possibilities. She was shoved into a rounded but hard surface, she was chopped from behind while sitting or standing, or she was unconscious, directly facedown and bashed at some point. I do see the shoving theory as the most valid but we cannot discount that she did have a chin abrasion, most likely from the basement carpet, which could have happened if her head was struck from behind while lying prone. The carpet could have been padding enough so the skull would have absorbed the blow without causing facial trauma.  (Aug 15, 2014 | post #9)

JonBenet Ramsey

What kind of instrument yields this type of wound?

She was pushed or fell into something. A bat or anything similar would have broke her skin. Skull displacement without laceration suggests her head's inertia caused the fracture. Unless she was attacked with a rubber mallet sledge hammer a weapon doesn't jive.  (Aug 14, 2014 | post #6)

JonBenet Ramsey

Note-odd detail?

Ah thanks for the info. I haven't really been paying attention lately because the case has been kind of quiet since the Kolar book. I got kicked off the WM3 board because the mod is a douche so I checked out my old stomping grounds. That case is so much more intriguing than the Jonbenet case IMO so it blows that I got the boot. That Jonbenetinvestigation page is horseshit, don't waste your time  (Jul 22, 2014 | post #155)

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