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    Marilyn Monroe

    A question for those who believe the R's were good, loving parents who found themselves in the unfortunate situation where P accidentally smashed in J's skull. P needed to stage J's death by strangulation to avoid prison or to perpetuate her Marilyn Monroe status never achieved in life, but much deserved, and must be acknowledged in death and in perpetuity.

    For those who believe this, what is your explanation as to why they didn't grieve properly? Was it self-hypnosis, denial or what? They did love her after-all, right? Likely, they had genuine sorrow their child was killed, wouldn't you think?

    IOW, the argument that they didn't mourn her loss implicates them in her death, correct? But, at least according to these theories, they killed her but were nevertheless loving parents. One doesn't have to believe they were heartless ****s to have killed and covered-up, right? If they weren't ****s, then why didn't they grieve according to acceptable standards?

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    because the theory is absurd

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    Hi, White-I am puzzled by this thread....is this a thread to discuss whether the death was accidental? Is this a thread to discuss whether or not the parents deliberately created a scenario where JBR would be remembered forever???

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    Quote Originally Posted by WHITEFANG View Post
    A question for those who believe the R's were good, loving parents who found themselves in the unfortunate situation where P accidentally smashed in J's skull. P needed to stage J's death by strangulation to avoid prison or to perpetuate her Marilyn Monroe status never achieved in life, but much deserved, and must be acknowledged in death and in perpetuity.

    For those who believe this, what is your explanation as to why they didn't grieve properly? Was it self-hypnosis, denial or what? They did love her after-all, right? Likely, they had genuine sorrow their child was killed, wouldn't you think?

    IOW, the argument that they didn't mourn her loss implicates them in her death, correct? But, at least according to these theories, they killed her but were nevertheless loving parents. One doesn't have to believe they were heartless ****s to have killed and covered-up, right? If they weren't ****s, then why didn't they grieve according to acceptable standards?
    At least to some the Ramsey's didn't mourn J's death the way they should have. Why?
    Because they killed her, or so goes the theory.
    Among those who believe the R's are guilty is a camp that believes her death at the hands of her parents was accidental.
    Some among this camp believe the staging of strangulation was performed by her folks to avoid prison or to ensure J would receive credit for her unrecognized but well-deserved status as a Marilyn Monroe figure.
    If they are correct, why wouldn't the R's still grieve outwardly?

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    I can be remarkably slow and I appreciate the explanation: so in words of one syllable, lol...

    Post on this thread if you believe or disbelieve that the any additional indignities inflicted on JBR excluding the head injury were done by the parents in an attempt to make her death especially gruesome. And therefore legendary.

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    Why didn't the Ramseys grieve like they should have?

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    It should be pointed out that

    1. Jon Ramsey already lost a child previously. One reason he may not be grieving is that he's been down this road before.

    2. The Ramsey family had been through the tragedy of Patsy's cancer. All of them must have at some point come to grips with the death. The possiblity of losing a member of the immediate family was something they dealt with for quite some time.

    3. The fact that the Ramsey's are very religous comes into play also. In their faith, they have the comfort of knowing that Jonbenet is in a better place and that eventually they will see her again.

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    If they-the Ramseys-weren't ****s, then why didn't they grieve according to acceptable standards?

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    It should be pointed out that

    1. Jon Ramsey already lost a child previously. One reason he may not be grieving is that he's been down this road before. MM
    Having been down this road once accomplished what?

    2. The Ramsey family had been through the tragedy of Patsy's cancer. All of them must have at some point come to grips with the death. The possiblity of losing a member of the immediate family was something they dealt with for quite some time.
    Yes. And?

    3. The fact that the Ramsey's are very religous comes into play also. In their faith, they have the comfort of knowing that Jonbenet is in a better place and that eventually they will see her again. MM
    What was it about their faith that would be a source of comfort for them regarding where Joni was?
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