You have to look at motive, why would someone want to kill the child, just a quick theory. The note was just a distraction for a motive when police arrived, removed the note for the equation, you will be able to a see a little clearer, because the note has nothing to do with the case, nor does the mother, nor does Carr (the looser) nor does the father. They are eliminated. This is just my wild theory or guess on whom may have done something like this. A parent, female, live close to the home, most likely 3 to 6 house away, could explain why she was in the Ramsey home when enter if caught in the act entering, has been in the home a least once before, her child was in the same pageants as JB, and lost to her came in close second or third. I would say the suspect child was in the last pageant as BJ came in second or third, and was entered into the next one after. That is one theory. I do not know much about the case, but at first I thought it was the mother like everyone else. A person really has to do there own investigation sometimes, or hire a private person.
lol this is actually something i have thought about and it makes ALOT of sence. are we as mere civilians just going to sit back and assume the police looked into this type of senario??
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Incoming DA to take a new look at JonBenet murder By The Associated Press Posted: 12/28/2008 12:30:00 AM MST
BOULDER — A new Boulder County district attorney plans to take a new look at one of the country's most high-profile cold cases — the slaying of 6-year-old JonBenet Ramsey.
Incoming DA Stan Garnett said he'll decide what to do with the investigation in his first 30 days on the job, which he starts Jan. 13. His predecessor, Mary Lacy, publicly exonerated the Ramsey family this year in the Dec. 26, 1996, murder.
"I want to look very closely at the resources of the DA's office and make a careful decision about what resources to continue to expend on the case," Garnett said.
He said he is thinking of sending the case back to the police.
The DA's office took over the investigation in 2002 because of concerns about the Boulder Police Department's handling of it.
Garnett said the Police Department probably has more resources now and is better equipped to handle the investigation.
JonBenet was a 6-year-old beauty queen when she was found bludgeoned and strangled in the basement of her parents' Boulder home just after Christmas in 1996. The case has taken many twists and turns, starting with then-DA Alex Hunter declaring soon after the killing that JonBenet's parents, John and Patsy Ramsey, were under "an umbrella of suspicion." A grand jury was convened in 1998 to consider the case but adjourned a year later without issuing any indictments. Hunter decided not to run again and left office in 2001.
Lacy was elected to replace Hunter, and in 2002 her office took over the investigation from the police, promising to take a fresh look. She agreed with a federal judge in a defamation lawsuit involving the Ramseys that the evidence was more consistent with the theory that an intruder killed JonBenet.
Three years later, months after Patsy Ramsey died from cancer, the case made international news when John Mark Karr, an American teacher in Thailand, made a bizarre confession to the slaying.
He was whisked from Thailand to Colorado but was released after prosecutors concluded he couldn't have killed her.
I lived in Thailand at the time of his arrest. The Thai police love parading us Farangs on TV. Farang means alien, not quite human. Thankfully Tland has an extradition ploicy now to the USA, Ive lived there for years, and whenever I flew there, the plane would be full of mostly American men discussing the best child brothels, and since the police there get paid so little, the entire country is built around corruption and bribes taken from Western childmolesters.
JimSneak: Ronnie James Dio what it be like dude? I used to be a member here with more posts then even you, lol...
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festus: You responders seem to be a little bit low on the evolution tree of brains....
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bundyobsessed: What is Bundy's daughter's new name?
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seriously: Regarding your comment that Charles Ng comes from a "wealthy family", a "GOOD FAMILY"; since when does being wealthy equate to good? They are two entirely different things; and, frankly, some of the worst criminals are in fact wealthy. Con't in next post.
Sept 1, 2019 20:16:46 GMT -5
seriously: Consider the Clinton's: Bill has oral "isn't sex" in the White House, now virtually every kinder. knows what oral sex is. Then there's Hillary first deriding the women who came forward about her husband; then she deleting files to hide her activities.
Sept 1, 2019 20:19:48 GMT -5
seriously: Oh, and let's not forget Bill Clinton "didn't inhale" when he smoked pot...yeah, right! At a time when America's young men are being drafted for the Vietnam war, Bill & Hillary choose to take a trip to Russia and conveniently miss the draft all together.
Sept 1, 2019 20:22:46 GMT -5
seriously: Remember Hillary is for women & children; yet she only had one child and she doesn't even bake cookies...oh my! She defames her opponents with accusations of womanizing hoping we forget about her husband IN THE OVAL OFFICE! Not happening honey!
Sept 1, 2019 20:26:48 GMT -5
seriously: Then there's the BIG BANK BAIL-OUT; the banker's show up in Washington D.C. to get WELFARE (OUR tax dollars) by flying there in a LEAR JET...really! Even Obama was shocked at that move! But they're GOOD because they're WEALTHY? I think not!
Sept 1, 2019 20:33:22 GMT -5
seriously: I think Obama should have made them liquidate all their assets both business AND PERSONAL so they could climb over their own pile of s***; instead of expecting the American tax payers to do it.
Sept 1, 2019 20:35:38 GMT -5
seriously: Wake up people! Don't you realize that WE THE PEOPLE don't need the rich, THEY NEED US...to do the work that makes them richer so they don't have to clean their own toilets; and all we get is industrialized meats and crops, GMO's, antibiotic resistance.
Sept 1, 2019 20:38:53 GMT -5
seriously: Patented seed crops, running small farmer's out of business, toxic waste, poisoned water, dirty air, deforestation, global warming. By the way, who even wants to live in a GLOBAL GOVERNMENT world with a GLOBAL ECONOMY?
Sept 1, 2019 20:41:57 GMT -5
seriously: America should be more like Switzerland, fix our own 'broken wagon' and let the rest of the world fix theirs...it's not an U.S.A. problem. Screw oil, it pollutes the earth...GO SOLAR, WIND, WATER POWER! Screw the utility companies!
Sept 1, 2019 20:48:33 GMT -5
seriously: That's my opinion and I'm sticking to it. Best way to topple the rich...eliminate money and go back to the barter system; let the rich wipe their own bums and clean their own toilets...for a change! No more "Groom of the stool" for them.
Sept 1, 2019 20:51:50 GMT -5
seriously: Then banks and wall street can crash all they want; why should we be dragged down with them.
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