Thursday, July 10, 2008

JonBenet Ramsey

Boulder County District Attorney Mary Lacy said no one in the Ramsey family is considered a suspect and formally apologized in a letter to John Ramsey for the cloud of suspicion his family has lived under for nearly 12 years.

"To the extent that we may have contributed in any way to the public perception that you might have been involved in this crime, I am deeply sorry," Lacy wrote. (copied from cnn).

You are sorry? Deeply sorry? Really? Did you send John a basket of fruit with that apology? Why does this woman still have a job after the Mark Karr debacle?
When John and Patsy Ramsey awoke the morning of December 26, 1996 and found that their daughter was NOT asleep in her room, I am sure they could not imagine that they would find their beautiful baby murdered in the basement of their home. The sheer shock of seeing his baby dead caused John to lift her into his arms and scream.

The pain of losing a child is unimaginable, but the pain of knowing she was killed in your very own home, while you slept, has to change you forever, making you cold and stripping you of joy.

As a parent you want to find the monster that did this to your baby. What if the police with no real proof decide that monster is you? What if to sell newspapers and tabloids the media decides you raped your daughter and killed her and then your wife decided to write a ransom note to point the blame elsewhere and pretend that her husband did not just kill her baby.

In 1998 the Boulder District Attorneys office took DNA from JonBenet's underpants and from beneath her fingernails, they also found a pubic hair on her body. They tested this evidence and in 1998 it proved to belong to an unidentified MALE who was NOT John Ramsey or any other Ramsey family member, but still, no statement was made clearing the "umbrella of suspicion" over the Ramseys.

Why are you now apologizing to this family? Why didn't you find the killer? Why did you wasted time punishing this family? Was there ever evidence to show it was John? NO!

I have always believed that JonBenet was killed by a person who attended her pageants, but also a person who knew the family. This person was patient and quite, he new the family and he waited for them to go to sleep, maybe from a hiding place within the house. I believe this was his first offense of this nature because he left physical evidence on her without worry, but since the crime itself was so well thought out, I am sure he was planning this for a while. He knew the house enough to find the basement and JonBenet's room without awakening her parents.

The ransom note left was strange in that it was very long and feels as if it were written by a teenager with illusions of grandeur, so I will not be surprised if this killer was indeed a teen.
In the note the killer makes several points about people NOT liking John, even going so far as to call him a FAT CAT. This tells me this person has illusions about John's financials and is jealous of this. The note then mentions John's southern common sense and tells him he is not the ONLY Fat CAT around, that is a clear indication that this person considers himself a FAT CAT as well.
The note is so childish, has tons of misspellings and can be humorous almost as if it were a silly parody for a comedy skit.

I really believe the reason they can't find a DNA match is because this was a young kid who was just starting out his career as a murderer. I have no doubt we will hear from him again.

Here is a link to the ransom note, please judge for yourself:

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