I Guess I will Always Have Questions
September 17, 2016 12:05pm CST
I recently posted information about the JonBenet Ramsey murder case. I have since gone over about three documentaries that have been on and I don't think there will ever be any decisive answers to this case. I doubt they will ever find the killer. Too many mistakes and botched police work from the very beginning. I think that policemen and detectives need to remain impartial in their assessment and not try to prove who they think did it, but stay impartial through out. They always seem to think that the parents, or closest person, did it and seem to have a problem with being impartial until they have insurmountable proof. I still have several questions on the case I doubt will ever be answered, or at least not conclusively. Here are my questions: 1. They said that the first police who came to the house did a walk through and didn't find JonBenet. Yet when the head detective and John Ramsey did a walk through they found her body in the basement. 2. The pineapple found undigested in her stomach. The bowl of it was found in the dining room and had both Patsy's and Burke's prints on it. 3. The coincidence that Santa Bob's(I think that was what they called him) wife had written a play about a young girl that was murdered in the basement. Was that just a coincidence? 4. Michael Helgoth's body was found with a gun by it. Authorities feel he committed suicide yet he is left handed and the gun was found on the right side. 5. How did Karr know that JonBenet's panties had 'Wednesday' on them? Was this info in the public domain? I have scoured the internet and sure never saw anything. 6. When Mary Lacy was the Colorado DA the lab did a 'touch DNA' of JonBenet's leggings and it wasn't done correctly. The lab is supposed to use 13 strands and they only used 4. Why was this done incorrectly? 7. Why did Mary Lacy and John Ramsey have an unappropriate meeting and what was said? Later Lacy sent the Ramsey's a letter telling them they had been totally exonerated. 8. Why was the amount demanded in the ransom note the exact same amount that John Ramsey got for a bonus that year? Another coincidence or does it scream that the murder was close to the family and would know this? I wonder if Michael Helgoth and Gary Oliva came to the Ramsey home to kidnap JonBenet, accidentally killed her. Gary killed Michael so he wouldn't talk and made it look like a suicide. I find it weird that Michael told his friend that he would soon have some big bucks and had a job in the works. Then later he said that the job didn't go through. If interested here are some links: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_JonBen%C3%A9t_Ramsey http://www.cosmopolitan.com/lifestyle/a3273930/who-killed-jonbenet-ramsey-conspiracy-theories/ http://www.cbsnews.com/news/jonbenet-ramsey-case-fmr-suspect-gar-oliva-charged-in-child-porn-case/
One of the suspects in the death of JonBenet Ramsey on Christmas night nearly 20 years ago was charged earlier this week in Boulder, Colorado, on suspicion of uploading child pornography to the int…
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• Boise, Idaho
17 Sep 16
I kinda wondered that myself. And they can't really depend on the DNA testing. Infact, I did think that at first but when I saw this about the other suspects I concocted what could have happened if it had been an intruder.
• Greencastle, Indiana
17 Sep 16
there's just TOO many MISHAPS in the story, that I have a feeling the son BURK has SOMETHING to do with it cause that's the ONLY one that has NEVER been questioned all that time. you also may be onto something with your other theories.