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JonBenet Ramsey

What DNA was found on JB's top?

Science is now finding that some women also have traces of male dna in their bodies & believe it might be due to a transfer during pregnancy. They also suspect there might be a transfer of dna due to transfusions. I think there are many more surprises to be discovered regarding dna in the human body. I completely agree that these are very rare cases & unlikely BUT if it were my child or loved one who was brutally murdered I wouldn't want to leave a single stone unturned in investigating whatever evidence is left behind. But even though I mentioned this (ridiculous) possibility, my real reasoning is that I believe it is highly important to be able to say without a doubt that the dna evidence cannot be connected to any of the young boys that JB had innocent contact with & is NOT helpful in solving the crime. If she had contact with a child & transferred their dna to her own body & clothing - they dna evidence is worthless. If it were MY child, I'd want to know that also so investigators didn't waste time chasing a nonexistent lead.  (Feb 3, 2016 | post #29)

JonBenet Ramsey

What DNA was found on JB's top?

Science has discovered that when testing a female's dna they sometimes find female AND MALE dna. I think we will find that dna testing is still not fully understood & that there are more mysteries to be solved.  (Feb 3, 2016 | post #27)

JonBenet Ramsey

What DNA was found on JB's top?

I doubt anyone would think to wipe clothes clean & if they DID think to do that they would wipe everything clean & not just some articles. Yes, dna was found in those 3 locations but I'm saying it just seems unusual that it wouldn't be found in many other locations on her body/clothes as well as other articles connected to the scene of the crime. Did they just test a few areas so they could report 'positive' results without having to mention any failures? As far as I'm concerned unless we know for sure that EVERY person with known contact with JB in the day before her death submitted a dna sample so they could accurately exclude ALL known contacts, the dna results are not really helpful in the case. And I include ALL the children & females also.  (Feb 3, 2016 | post #25)

JonBenet Ramsey

Was Doug Stines invited to go to Charlevoix?

Nope. If they invited the kid, the kid's mother would pack for him - it wouldn't mean Patsy had to pack for an extra child. Why do we need another child at the scene? It makes more sense that the two siblings got way too rambunctious & things spun out of control. And then there was a coverup to hide the tragic accident in order to save the boy's life & the family's reputation.  (Feb 3, 2016 | post #6)

JonBenet Ramsey

Mary Lacy - YOUR "JOB" was to find a killer.

John Ramsey's emotions were always very flat. His wife was overly antagonistic from the beginning. Neither showed as much emotion at losing their daughter as they did being angry at law enforcement & making it as hard as possible for them to gather evidence. If I remember correctly, John admitted that his hiring of all those lawyers to defend each family member was NOT a good idea. These lawyers were NOT there to worry or care about solving the case but in protecting the family & they did their job very well. They were successful but ironically, the Ramseys will always be judged as guilty by a large segment of the public unless the miraculous happens & this crime is ever solved.  (Feb 3, 2016 | post #9)

JonBenet Ramsey

What DNA was found on JB's top?

It's illogical that it would't stick to ANY other article of clothing OR instrument used in the crime. They should have found a lot more evidence & the fact they didn't is worrisome.  (Feb 3, 2016 | post #23)

JonBenet Ramsey

DNA on the cord............................

DNA still has to be proven to be left by a person they can connect to the actual crime. How many people might have handled the rope BEFORE it was even used at a crime scene?  (Feb 3, 2016 | post #2)

JonBenet Ramsey

Who but a parent...

The DA didn't proceed to trial ONLY because Hernandez confessed. They heard corabbbrating accounts by family members & church members that supported his latest confession to law enforcement. They were able to confirm he WAS working at that location on the date Etan disappeared so it WAS very possible he could be telling the truth. The jury came back 11 to 1 with a guilty finding. Only one juror didn't believe the prosecution's case.  (Feb 3, 2016 | post #145)

JonBenet Ramsey

What DNA was found on JB's top?

It's impossible to believe Lacy did not have many, many other areas of JB's clothing tested for touch dna to multiply the chances of being able to find a dna match. And yet, she only publicizes the few matches that DID yield evidence that would point to a possible outsider. Why is there such a lack of touch dna found - it's a good question. If touch dna was found on the pants, it definitely should have been found on the shirt because we know the perp is at this time leaving evidence because they found something on her pants. They should have probably found evidence on the blanket & also the nightgown that was brought down from the dryer the perp got the blanket from & had to pull apart when only using the blanket.  (Feb 3, 2016 | post #21)

JonBenet Ramsey

Who but a parent...

Any time a person confesses to a crime, law enforcement must be able to find evidence that physically links the person to the crime scene. For starters, law enforcement would need to prove the person was even at the vicinity when the crime took place.  (Feb 3, 2016 | post #139)

JonBenet Ramsey

Did Burke have a friend that snuck into the house????

I can absolutely believe Patsy would coverup & protect her son but I just do NOT see her covering for someone else's child or even her own husband! As a matter of fact, IF some unrelated kid was involved, I think it would be much more likely that Patsy would call 911 & blame the kid & protect her son. The only scenario that makes any kind of sense for me (IF the parents were part of the coverup).... is there was a tragic accident between the 2 kids: John became frozen because he already lost an older daughter & this was too much for him to process quickly. Patsy becomes desperate thinking her child is dead (she was knocked out by the head blow & in their panic she couldn't detect a heartbeat or breathing) & forces a near comatose John to help her "save" the son & their own reputations. They want to point all suspicion away from themselves. They order the boy upstairs & to keep his mouth shut. Patsy concocts the asinine ransom note & John stages the scene to look like a horrific sexual attack. Then they have to wait until the time they would be EXPECTED to have awoken & discovered the note to call police & half their friends. As far as I know, the dna was categorized as male but interestingly, even DNA testing is not infallible. In rare cases, females have been known to exhibit traces of male dna!  (Jan 28, 2016 | post #6)

JonBenet Ramsey

Long List of Red Herrings in the JBR case

IF the Ramseys were responsible, then the ultimate red herring was the ridiculous ransom note.  (Jan 27, 2016 | post #7)

JonBenet Ramsey

Patsy pg 11 of DOI

Isn't it possible that in death, the marks left would become darker because blood pooled into the indentations made by the track?  (Jan 27, 2016 | post #262)

JonBenet Ramsey

an early post by jameson

The Ramseys offered a $100,000 reward. The Globe allegedly offered a $1,000,000 reward.  (Jan 27, 2016 | post #27)

JonBenet Ramsey

Did Burke have a friend that snuck into the house????

Yeah, I also think this was a case of rambunctious kids & things spiraling out of control until a tragedy occurs & then the shocked parents have to respond to the scene of horror. But I sure don't think any friend snuck in or we'd see evidence of these visitors.  (Jan 27, 2016 | post #3)

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