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JonBenet Ramsey

I know what really happened to JoneBEnnet

Unless compromised by sickness or disease, all people begin to expel food from the stomach within 20 minutes. Most people begin expelling food particles within 10 minutes. This is, especially, true with small, soft food stuffs. JBR had no food particles, from her mouth to large intestine, except for some fragments of pineapple located in the first part of her small intestine. This means that she ate pineapple on an empty stomach and had not eaten any other thing for some time prior to her eating pineapple. If she ate pineapple, before going to the Whites, or at the Whites, this means she ate no solid food from the late breakfast until around midnight other than a couple of bites of pineapple. I propose that the little girl's stomach would have been protesting, at the Whites, six hours after not having eaten anything but a couple of pineapple cubes. The only logical explanation is that JBR ate some food at the Whites around six p.m. If we assume the time of death to be around 11p.m. to 1 a.m., that gives the White meal five to seven hours to enter the colon where fecal material was found. JBR ate pineapple on an empty stomach, after arriving at home where the pineapple was found on the table, and the stomach began expelling those fragments of pineapple no later than 20 minutes (most likely sooner). Within 30 minutes to one hour, the pineapple was well into the proximal small intestine where it was found by the coroner approx. 32 hours after death. JonBenet ate pineapple no longer than one hour before assault. Bank on it.  (Jul 21, 2014 | post #24)

JonBenet Ramsey

Note-odd detail?

Kidnappers do not write their ransom note on the premise, in their own handwriting, etc. Kidnappers do not write novels, they make it short and sweet. A kidnapper would not take his victim down to the basement where an exit through the window would be extremely difficult; he would go out the first door he encountered. This ransom note was not written by a stranger who wanted to kidnap this girl. It was written by someone who wanted to misdirect; confuse the crime scene. It was not a kidnapping or an attended kidnapping because the ransom note would have been written before entering the house and not in the authors handwriting. If this was a kidnapping, the kidnapper had the victim on the first floor without anyone hearing. He would have gone out the nearest exit. This is elementary....firs t grade detective work....It was staging pure and simple...misdirect ion. Only someone, who knew they would be a first class suspect, would try to misdirect.  (Jul 18, 2014 | post #88)

JonBenet Ramsey

I know what really happened to JoneBEnnet

You act as if HE couldn't have walked right out the back door with her. You say he scoped out the house. He would have figured out his exit ahead of time. What fool would go down to the basement and try to get that suitcase (with the weight of a human body) through that narrow window well? If he accosted her in her bedroom, he would have to silence her right there, not taking a chance for a scream which would have finished off his plan. Once silenced, she is gagged with the duct tape and carted right out the first door he came to. Did he let her have a snack of pineapple before going to the basement?  (Jul 18, 2014 | post #7)

JonBenet Ramsey

"Ligatures"

It's obvious she picked a cube or two up from the bowl with her fingers (happens all the time) and popped them in to her mouth. No need for fingerprints except on the pineapple. If she ate anything at the White's other than pineapple, then, she definitely didn't eat pineapple at the Whites because there was no other foodstuff in her small intestine except a few fragments of pineapple in her prox. small intestine. If you want to even get close to figuring out this mess, JBR ate pineapple any where from 15 minutes to one hour of head blow.  (Jun 14, 2014 | post #45)

JonBenet Ramsey

Edward Wayne Edwards

no  (Apr 24, 2014 | post #2)

JonBenet Ramsey

Urine Stain, blood stains and Wipe Down

I always assumed, Jimmy, that the dust and lint were on the soles of her feet because it seemed significant to the coroner. Of course, it's just an assumption. I wish someone could ask Kolar about the location and how much was on her feet.  (Apr 4, 2014 | post #335)

JonBenet Ramsey

Urine Stain, blood stains and Wipe Down

Thanks for taking the time to write all this out, Jimmy. I have to spend some time thinking on all of this. I would say, right off the bat, that I've always felt there was a good chance the "stager" didn't realize JBR was still alive when the garrote was tightened. I have another theory I would like you to comment upon. It's based upon one comment made by ST in his book. He stated that the coroner noted that he observed dust and lint on JBRs feet when he pronounced her dead in the home. I, always, thought this meant something to him, and to the detectives, otherwise it would not have been noted. I've always wanted to know more about the amount of dust and lint. Dust and lint would tend to stick more to the soles of the feet if the feet were somewhat moist as when the shoes have been recently removed. Secondly, I believe the dust and lint indicate (if it were a significant amount) that the longjohns were never removed or put back on after the head blow. This would mean that JBR's panties were not removed and new ones put on after the head blow. My theory, based on the dust and lint, is as follows: JBR was standing in a place, shortly before being struck, where there was considerable dust and lint on the floor. It could have been in the laundry room downstairs but it could have been a dirty bathroom floor, etc. There were pics, of JBR, found in that basement laundry room by detectives, pics that interested the detectives. She couldn't have walked around much longer after picking up that dust and lint on the soles of her feet because she would have knocked and rubbed it off. I think it possible she might have run into a dirty room to escape an attack but that's not important. She ate pineapple anywhere from 15-30 minutes before head being struck. I believe she had pullups on with the large pair of underwear and the longjohns over them. After the head blow, JBR would never have stood again thereby leaving the dust and lint on the soles of her feet. She would have been carried if moved after head blow. After sexual assault, whether it came before or after the head blow, the longjohns and oversized panties were pulled down only to the lower legs. The pullup was cut or torn off and flushed. There was probably blood on the pullup. The legs and crotch were cleaned and then the panties and longjohns were pulled back up. The child was turned on her stomach and ligature tightened thereby releasing the bladder residual onto the front of the panties, longjohns and floor. I'd be interested in your comments.  (Apr 3, 2014 | post #330)

JonBenet Ramsey

Urine Stain, blood stains and Wipe Down

I'm anxious to read your thoughts on this matter.  (Apr 2, 2014 | post #325)

JonBenet Ramsey

Maglite

Excellent point! Someone, just using it to see their way around, might leave it sitting in plain view by accident. But, if you're getting rid of things and going to great lengths to misdirect, the first thing you would do is get rid of the murder weapon.  (Apr 2, 2014 | post #8)

JonBenet Ramsey

It always leads back to Burke

At this point, Patsy was heavily sedated and didn't give a care what she looked like.  (Mar 23, 2014 | post #135)

JonBenet Ramsey

It always leads back to Burke

I didn't say she got all gussied up. My theory says that PR never went to bed so she was already gussied up. In your post # 118, you state it would make more sense, if PR and JR, were staging, to make it look like PR just got out of bed. I said she probably wouldn't do that because she was not going to do that because she was going to call over friends and the police. I don't think Patsy would have sat around in a house full of people in a bathrobe, no makeup and her hair smashed.  (Mar 22, 2014 | post #128)

JonBenet Ramsey

It always leads back to Burke

You might as well ask why a father molests his daughter knowing quite well that she could squeal at any time. Thousands upon thousands of children are molested and abused by grown ups who trust they're not going to spill the beans and most don't. And who said they murdered their child? A BDI scenario does not have to include that the parents murdered the child. Perhaps the parents were guilty of having allowed something to go on which led to BR's attack on JBR? After all, the grand jury indicted the parents for abuse which led to her murder. This tells me they don't know exactly who struck first blow but they know that they knowingly placed their child into harms way. I don't know about you but that sounds like they thought maybe they didn't take steps to stop abuse from someone. At any rate, however, it looks like JR took a chance on covering up for someone even if it was his wife.  (Mar 22, 2014 | post #127)

JonBenet Ramsey

It always leads back to Burke

Why would it be so hard to believe that part of the "staging " was that Patsy had gotten up, got dressed, went down stairs and then found the ransom note? Patsy knew that there was going to be a house full of police and friends. I don't think she's the kind of woman who would greet every one with mussed up hair, no make up and a robe on. Thus, she insisted on a story whereby she gets up, goes to the bathroom and fixes up before discovering the ransom note. Now, she can look good while staging the play. And let me address this problem you have with the parents allowing Burke to go away from their sight for fear he might say something. It is well known that children are very capable of keeping horrible secrets for years out of fear. Children, who are sexually abused, keep that secret for many years because they have been threatened or they are too ashamed to admit what has happened to them. The only thing the parents would have had to say, to BR, was something like the following: "Don't dare say a word about the fight you and JBR had or you will be taken away forever." After all, BR, if he was involved, would only have to keep a secret about the "accident ". Everything else would have been done by one or more of the parents so he couldn't shed any light on that at any rate. So, all BR would have to remain silent about was the altercation or blow to the head. Any child could do such a thing to save their arse. After all the child psychologist did ask BR if he had any secrets and he said something similar to this: "Yes, but it wouldn't be a secret if I told you."  (Mar 19, 2014 | post #120)

JonBenet Ramsey

sbtc

No one has to agree with any of my theories so I'm not hurt by a rejection of any one of them even my strongest which is BDI.  (Mar 19, 2014 | post #86)

JonBenet Ramsey

sbtc

Don't be ridiculous. This is a hypothetical and you know it so quit avoiding the question. Better yet. I'll answer the question for you. You aren't 100% sure Patsy is the ransom note author. That's what I thought  (Mar 19, 2014 | post #84)

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