There are so many strange, strange sides to this case.
From JonBenet’s child beauty pageant background to the family inviting friends over to hang out at the crime scene while their daughter was missing to the ransom note, there is nothing straightforward about this case. To me, the evidence points to the murder being an inside job to cover up an accidental death. But the evidence doesn’t fit neatly one action or the other.
This article will explore proofs supporting the theory that JonBenet’s older brother Burke may have gravely disabled JonBenet during a fury outburst. Thinking JonBenet was already dead or knowing she was fatally disabled, her parents finished the job and treated up the murder.
It is hard to believe these mothers “wouldve been” emotionally able to strangle their little girl with a garrote. I too don’t think it would have been the end of the world to deliver JonBenet to the emergency room and simply say Burke’s temper got away with him and a dreadful accident happened. A cover up doesn’t make sense to me … however it does seem more likely than any other scenario. Here’s the evidence 😛 TAGEND
[*] John Ramsey attained the body in the home’s basement. This is consistent with how a parent would act in a cover up. The old-time precept that the killer returns to the scene of the crime has some truth to it. A guilty person places themselves into an inquiry as much as possible.
[*] John and Patsy Ramsey did not cooperate with police. They immediately hired a lawyer and were never wholly forthcoming with inspectors about what happened. If they did not know what happened to their daughter already, they would be desperate to cooperate in order to get answers.
[*] The ransom observe is exceedingly odd. The document was written on a notepad and with a pen from the Ramsey’s house. After writing the record, the items were put away. An intruder would type the word out ahead of time and raising it with them. They too wouldn’t clean up after themselves. The greenback necessitated a summing-up similar to a bonus John Ramsey received which would indicate familiarity with the family’s business. While it was never definitively proven, some reviewers feel the greenback was in Patsy Ramsey’s handwriting .`
[*] Though the ransom note specified that no one should be contacted, Patsy Ramsey called the police at 5:52 am and then called a few family friends to invite them over for emotional support. A frantic mom warned that her missing daughter is likely to be mischief if anyone is contacted might commonly be more reticent to call the police or invite friends over.
[*] If the project was to kidnap JonBenet and accumulate ransom money, why was she killed? If her death was accidental, why still leave the ransom note as extra prove?
[*] When JonBenet’s figure was discovered, it was covered by a blanket. This is something that is typically done when the victim is known by the murderer.
[*] Police observed Burke’s fingerprints on a bowl of pineapple on the kitchen counter. Pineapple was one of JonBenet’s favorite snacks and it was found in her gut in the autopsy, necessitating she munch some shortly before her demise. Some belief Burke shared a midnight snack of pineapple with JonBenet before her fatality, or JonBenet ate some of Burke’s snack, leading to a temper tantrum that resulted in a deadly injury for JonBenet.
[*] While being interviewed about the murder, young Burke reports his mouth when talking about the pineapple, one of the most frequent tells that someone is keeping report 😛 TAGEND
[*] One of the most significant bits of manifestation for the burglar theory is the presence of DNA from person( s) not in the Ramsey family on JonBenet’s underwear. An investigator with the Boulder DA said,” We all molted DNA all the time within our surface cadres. It is likely to be situated anywhere at any time for various reasons, concludes that are benign. To clear person only on the assertion of signature DNA, specially when you have a situation where the crime representation wasn’t stick at the start … really is a stretch .”
[*] Statistically, when a child is killed he or she is most likely killed by someone in their immediate family.
[*] Patsy Ramsey’s initial call to 911 when she found the ransom document in her home has is generally praised as being abnormal behavior for a mother know her daughter missing. Suspiciously, Patsy does not say her daughter’s name in the call and referred to herself as “the mother”.
[*] People likewise believe they can hear Burke’s voice on the 911 call asking “what did you find? ” though Patsy Ramsey’s story is that Burke was asleep in berthed until later on in the morning.
[*] When he was told JonBenet was deceased, John Ramsey stated “It has to be an inside job.” While this doesn’t point a thumb at Burke, it’s unquestionably strange and descents more into the “family did a coverup” theory than the intruder theory.
[*] John Ramsey announced his personal pilot twice the day JonBenet was found dead.
[*] Strangely, when he found his daughter’s body and carried her up the stairs to where the police were, John Ramsey should not crib her but supported her away from his form . One of the sleuths withdrew seeing this and having a gut feeling John had slaughtered her.
[*] Interviews with Burke show that he has trouble speaking without smirking, which countless feel is a form of duper’s delight.
[*] Others claim this is normal awkwardness to be expected of anyone who has had such an uncommon childhood.
[*] Former Boulder police chief Mark Becker was in charge of such investigations. Here is what he imagines happened :
” We know from the evidence she was hit in the head very hard with an unknown object, maybe a flashlight or same character piece. The gale knocked her into deep unconsciousness, which could have led someone to believe she was dead. The strangulation came 45 minutes to two hours after the leader impres, based on the swelling on the brain. While the manager curve would have eventually killed her, the throttling actually did kill her. The residue of the background we belief was staged, includes the vaginal damage, to make it look like a kidnapping/ aggression gone bad. I have avoided saying who I believe is responsible and tell the facts of the case speak for themselves. There are several practicable theories.”
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