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JonBenet Ramsey

buRKe DiD It oh yeah

I'm sure more than a few investigators suspect(ed) him but what could they really do with those suspicions? And I doubt many believed they wouldn't wake the boy up IF they really believed their daughter had been kidnapped from the same floor their son slept on. The family lawyered up & their lawyers told them to say as little as possible. The kid followed his parent's lead (orders?) and wouldn't even admit to having the late night snack or knowing anything at all.  (Friday Mar 13 | post #38)

JonBenet Ramsey

The head blow, just a thought.

Thanks. Those can pack a wallop with less effort than a wooden bat.  (Friday Mar 13 | post #25)

JonBenet Ramsey

The head blow, just a thought.

I would think if the object is heavy enough & hard enough, it wouldn't take that much strength to deliver a fatal blow to a young child's head. The bat found in the yard - was that wooden or aluminum?  (Friday Mar 13 | post #23)

JonBenet Ramsey

The head blow, just a thought.

If something heavy enough to crack her skull was pushed over her, there would have been a lot more major physical damage to her body.  (Friday Mar 13 | post #22)

JonBenet Ramsey

Charlie Brennan article on Chief Beckner Reddit comments

Exactly! And JB played outside all afternoon riding her new bike with Burke & some boys. There are plenty of opportunities for this child to pick up foreign dna that had nothing to do with the crime at all. And DNA could have been under her own fingernails & then be transferred to her own body/clothing very easily. I wonder if the parents of the innocent boys were even asked to help investigators exclude any & all false leads? If so, did they refuse to help the investigators? If so, why? Did the Ramseys encourage them (threaten them?) not to help because it could punch a hole in their intruder theory?  (Saturday Mar 7 | post #26)

JonBenet Ramsey

Media misrepresenting Chief Mark Beckner's remarks

The amount of dna that they were able to collect was minuscule to begin with & it was all partial dna also. In addition, we have to wonder why there wouldn't be a lot more areas that showed dna & only those very few areas were reported to have dna? Why no word about them finding this alleged dna match on any of the other articles connected to her body? The rope? The tape? The paintbrush? The shirt? The blanket? I think it's safe to assume many, many things were tested or at least they should have been tested. We should be able to rule out that the tiny amount of dna found in the couple of areas was NOT 'innocently' transferred from JB's own hands to the area of her genitals (while wiping?) or her own longjohns. Here we have a child who was playing all day & in contact with other males during the night & we know she did NOT wash her hands before she went to bed that night so it's entirely possible she could transfer 'unknown' dna to her own body/clothing. I don't remember if the kids even took a bath before going to the party that night either. All I'm saying is that every single male she had known contact with in that day prior to her death should have been tested & ruled out so investigators could know whether the dna is even meaningful or not. I'm sure if the Ramseys asked their friends & neighbors to allow their sons to be tested to exclude them, they would have been more than happy to help them. Why didn't they? Did investigators want to have the boys tested but were refused by their parents?  (Saturday Mar 7 | post #144)

JonBenet Ramsey

Media misrepresenting Chief Mark Beckner's remarks

I would love if someone could tell us whether ALL the males that were known to have recent contact w/ JB in the day leading up to her death were tested? Shouldn't they be eager to EXCLUDE all the young boys' dna from muddying the case? We know JB played all afternoon & who knows what kind of dna she picked up while outside on her bike. We know she was in contact with many males during the party also. I'm so sick of hearing about unknown male dna when it might be totally unrelated to the actual crime.  (Friday Mar 6 | post #141)

JonBenet Ramsey

Beds

I think a young child like JB would find comfort being with someone else. I think the older brother probably hated the intrusion & wasn't so comforting or understanding.  (Friday Mar 6 | post #6)

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Burke Said

Any parent of a young child (or children) goes through a lot of stress during school vacations & usually can't wait for that school bus to show up to whisk the kids away for the day.  (Friday Mar 6 | post #19)

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Burke Said

This is what I believe also. A possible scenario: They're both over-stimulated because of the Christmas presents AND the thought they would be getting MORE loot when they meet up with their half-siblings in Michigan. Plus the upcoming trip has got to be exiting and NO SCHOOL! JB wets the bed & changes her pants & then goes into Burke's room like she often did when she wet her bed. He wakes up & the two of them decide to go downstairs for a snack. I think they grabbed the flashlight from the hallway because they didn't want to put on the lights in the kitchen just in case mom or dad wake up. Soon they start fighting over some normal childish thing and maybe she or he grabbed some toy & ran to the basement in a game of keep away. I can definitely see things quickly going out of control and an accident happening. And who knows how long a 9 year old would wait to wake up his parents & tell them his sister got hurt & isn't moving? The boy would be terrified he's going to get into big trouble & could sit for a long time wondering what he should do. By the time the parents go downstairs, she's in a coma?  (Sunday Mar 1 | post #12)

JonBenet Ramsey

Why the need to break the paintbrush?

Maybe his fingers weren't long enough to satisfy his curiosity and he went the extra step?  (Feb 11, 2015 | post #28)

JonBenet Ramsey

Love," Purity", and Joy on tombstone

LOVE, PURITY AND JOY A GIFT TO HER FAMILY AND THE WORLD HOME IN THE PEACE OF GOD These are three completely separate sentences. And I think they simply meant that JB was the "gift." But yes, I do believe they intentionally used the word "purity" to offset all the disgust over those highly sexualized pageant photos.  (Feb 11, 2015 | post #6)

JonBenet Ramsey

It always leads back to Burke

Her child didn't lose consciousness after being hit by the plastic gold club. Why wouldn't she? I think the reaction to an obvious accident (or even rough housing) between very, very young siblings is not as likely to set off a parent's rage as an incident between older siblings would. And we already know for a fact that the night before Patsy & Jonbenet were arguing over JB's clothes. Plus since it's a hectic holiday season and there's the added stress of getting up early for a vacation with 2 young kids is also likely to put a parent on edge.  (Feb 6, 2015 | post #162)

JonBenet Ramsey

It always leads back to Burke

This is a very interesting exchange. She's obviously trying to make light of this incident & defend Burke. Patsy starts off all sugar & spice describing her "little guy" & is remembering how "young they were there." What strikes me is when she says she "slammed ice on it." Such an aggressive word! While most people would say "applied ice" (or put ice) on an injury, Patsy chooses a violent word to describe dealing with that unexpected accident. Who would "slam" anything on an injury? Patsy's use of a very aggressive & unladylike term there almost sounds as if she is still angry at Burke. She also sounded very angry when she's heard on the 911 tape telling Burke "We're not talking to you!" This is one angry woman & I think a lot of her anger was directed at her husband & her son.  (Feb 6, 2015 | post #161)

JonBenet Ramsey

Jonbenet Ramsey murderer

John was from Michigan. He met & married Patsy in Georgia. Both his daughters were born & are buried in Georgia. How long did John live in Georgia? How long does a person have to live in the south to be reminded to use "southern common sense" or do they even have to BE southern for a southerner to expect them to have some "southern common sense?" To me, it sounds like a phrase a southerner might use to demean outsiders.  (Feb 5, 2015 | post #426)

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