View Poll Results: Did Patsy write the ransom note?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeDee249 View Post
    Although Patsy and JR claimed to never have gone in the basement, Patsy TOLD LE that she "heard John screaming as he came up from the basement". Of course, the good ole' BPD NEVER picked up on that and never asked about that discrepancy.
    Patsy also said that she never wore that red/black fleece jacket when in the basement. Yet its fibers were found in the paint tote, on the INSIDE of the duct tape from JB's mouth and entwined in the knot of the garrote. The BPD never asked her about that discrepancy either.
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    ITA. I have Patsy pencilled in as the person who asphyxiated JonBenet and applied the garrote as staging.

    Why she was never placed on the stand, given the incriminating evidence, is beyond belief. This is why I reckon there was a conspiracy, e.g. a backroom chat, promise of brown envelopes, juicy upcoming contracts, or old skeletons to be left in their closet?


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    Quote Originally Posted by UKGuy View Post
    DeeDee249,
    ITA. I have Patsy pencilled in as the person who asphyxiated JonBenet and applied the garrote as staging.

    Why she was never placed on the stand, given the incriminating evidence, is beyond belief. This is why I reckon there was a conspiracy, e.g. a backroom chat, promise of brown envelopes, juicy upcoming contracts, or old skeletons to be left in their closet?


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    Well for one thing, unless Patsy had been arrested and gone to trial, there was no way to place her on the witness stand. She could have been called to testify before the Grand Jury, but she never was. THAT, to me, is one of the biggest blows to the case. If Patsy had to face that GJ she wouldn't have been allowed to have her lawyer, LW, present. That had to be SOME back room deal the DA made with LW. It was inexcusable for the Rs not to have been called before the GJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeDee249 View Post
    Well for one thing, unless Patsy had been arrested and gone to trial, there was no way to place her on the witness stand. She could have been called to testify before the Grand Jury, but she never was. THAT, to me, is one of the biggest blows to the case. If Patsy had to face that GJ she wouldn't have been allowed to have her lawyer, LW, present. That had to be SOME back room deal the DA made with LW. It was inexcusable for the Rs not to have been called before the GJ.
    DeeDee249,
    Absolutely, both JR and PR would want to minimise anything declared on record. Pre-Trial interview statements can always be amended at trial due to a refreshment of memory or the discovery of new evidence, e.g. the remaining size-12's.

    Only what comes out of Patsy's mouth at trial or is presented as productions by the prosecution are facts everything else is for the birds and crimetv.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeDee249 View Post
    Well for one thing, unless Patsy had been arrested and gone to trial, there was no way to place her on the witness stand. She could have been called to testify before the Grand Jury, but she never was. THAT, to me, is one of the biggest blows to the case. If Patsy had to face that GJ she wouldn't have been allowed to have her lawyer, LW, present. That had to be SOME back room deal the DA made with LW. It was inexcusable for the Rs not to have been called before the GJ.
    You know there is something blatantly wrong when a Grand Jury convenes for whatever reason concerning a six-year-old's murder and neither parent testifies before them. All opinions and assumptions aside, that speaks to me as having something to hide. Nothing, and I mean nothing, would have prevented me from testifying and spilling my guts if it meant helping get a child killer off the streets.

    Nope. Boulder isn't going to prosecute a dead person.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeDee249 View Post
    Well for one thing, unless Patsy had been arrested and gone to trial, there was no way to place her on the witness stand. She could have been called to testify before the Grand Jury, but she never was. THAT, to me, is one of the biggest blows to the case. If Patsy had to face that GJ she wouldn't have been allowed to have her lawyer, LW, present. That had to be SOME back room deal the DA made with LW. It was inexcusable for the Rs not to have been called before the GJ.
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    You know there is something blatantly wrong when a Grand Jury convenes for whatever reason concerning a six-year-old's murder and neither parent testifies before them. All opinions and assumptions aside, that speaks to me as having something to hide. Nothing, and I mean nothing, would have prevented me from testifying and spilling my guts if it meant helping get a child killer off the streets.
    Damn skippy! It's like I said: the GJ was intended to do two things: jack and s**t. And Jack left town.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperDave View Post
    Damn skippy! It's like I said: the GJ was intended to do two things: jack and s**t. And Jack left town.


    And left Boulder holding the bag.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperDave View Post
    Damn skippy! It's like I said: the GJ was intended to do two things: jack and s**t. And Jack left town.
    SuperDave,
    So you reckon the GJ, was just used as some kind of legal device to shield the R's from any further legal process?

    Over here in the UK we have the Leveson Inquiry into Press and Media conduct. Which is shining light onto some questionable practices, or the Dark Arts as some in the media refer to them as. Somehow I never question all these euphemisms for what they are. A bit alike the President who lost his brain but saved the world from communism.

    So we have the curious situation where the Inquiry was setup by the UK's Prime Minister to investigate malpractise etc, and report any changes or improvements, yet when the PM appeared at the Inquiry, Lord Leveson asked the PM for his thoughts and opinions on any changes required LOL.

    With three of societies most powerful players, e.g. the Press, Politicians, and the Police directly involved in criminal undertaking, and corruption on an industrial scale. It is obvious to me that the Inquiry is just another legal device to limit and defuse the consequences of the above.


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    Quote Originally Posted by UKGuy View Post
    SuperDave,
    So you reckon the GJ, was just used as some kind of legal device to shield the R's from any further legal process?
    Somehow, I doubt it, UKGuy. Though God only knows what went on behind the scenes and can't be revealed due to the secrecy statute.

    As I've stated recently, I think the only people the GJ was intended to shield were in the DA's office. Specifically, to shield them from the Governor's office.

    Over here in the UK we have the Leveson Inquiry into Press and Media conduct. Which is shining light onto some questionable practices, or the Dark Arts as some in the media refer to them as. Somehow I never question all these euphemisms for what they are. A bit alike the President who lost his brain but saved the world from communism.
    I'm guessing you mean Ronald Reagan?

    So we have the curious situation where the Inquiry was setup by the UK's Prime Minister to investigate malpractise etc, and report any changes or improvements, yet when the PM appeared at the Inquiry, Lord Leveson asked the PM for his thoughts and opinions on any changes required LOL.

    With three of societies most powerful players, e.g. the Press, Politicians, and the Police directly involved in criminal undertaking, and corruption on an industrial scale. It is obvious to me that the Inquiry is just another legal device to limit and defuse the consequences of the above.
    A typical ploy in politics.
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    This is a little off topic, but is there a discussion about the "sample note" that patsy wrote. A few things in the notes, she writes about her young attorney is good looking, but smokes. That someone sitting beside her is taking notes and it looks boring. She signs the note Love, Mommy.

    I thought the note was weird and wanted to read what others thought. I did a search but it didnt bring up anything.


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    Quote Originally Posted by qtc View Post
    This is a little off topic, but is there a discussion about the "sample note" that patsy wrote. A few things in the notes, she writes about her young attorney is good looking, but smokes. That someone sitting beside her is taking notes and it looks boring. She signs the note Love, Mommy.

    I thought the note was weird and wanted to read what others thought. I did a search but it didnt bring up anything.
    You may be confusing the "sample note" with the "practice note" and Patsy's writing samples.

    The "practice note" was a sheet of paper still attached to the legal pad on which the ransom note was written and torn from. It consisted of three words: "Mr & Mrs Ramsey..". It is believed that a decision was made to address the ransom note to Mr. Ramsey alone in order to play up the aspect of revenge against JR's business. It is interesting that although the handwriting of the practice note matched the ransom note, nothing much was made of this despite the FACT that Patsy's sister had said that Patsy DID write that practice note and it was supposed to be the start of an invitation or something. I do not know if Patsy or her sister were ever asked to explain why the handwriting on the ransom note (which Patsy denied writing) matched the handwriting on the practice note (which Patsy admitted writing).
    LE was also given some letters Patsy wrote- one of which describes her "good looking attorney". This was just one of several writing samples that were used to match Patsy to the RN. It isn't JUST handwriting- that can be disguised simply by writing with the opposite hand, though Patsy was said to be ambidextrous. Experts also look at linguistics, grammar, phrasing and spelling and punctuation. Patsy had two things in her writing that match the RN that are not common in the average penmanship. One was her very odd way of writing the letter "Q" which Patsy made like the number 8. I have never seen anyone else do that- and to think they would expect us to believe that the "SFF" author also made their "Qs" like that is ludicrous. Patsy also was fond of using acronyms (initials that stand for a title or phrase) and putting periods between each letter- something that is not really done anymore but may have been the custom when Patsy was majoring in journalism in school. One example right in the note is "S.B.T.C." at the end, and Patsy's habit of signing her even most personal letters as "P.P.R." followed by the initials of her college degree (B.A.?) and other professional designations. A VERY odd and unusual way to sign a personal letter- even a business letter would not be signed with initials instead of a name.
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    She also refers to the "two gentlemen from the CBI" -- as in "The two gentlemen watching over your daughter do not particularly like you."

    http://blabbieville.tripod.com/patsychart8letter2.gif

    More:
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeDee249 View Post
    LE was also given some letters Patsy wrote- one of which describes her "good looking attorney". This was just one of several writing samples that were used to match Patsy to the RN.

    This is the handwriting sample note I was referring to.

    She starts out writing in cursive, and is told to switch to print.

    I am wondering if the words contained in that note were off the top of patsy's head. Was she told to write about anything? Was she told to write about what she observed in the room? Why did she sign it Love Mommy? The note was not written to JB or Burke.


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    Quote Originally Posted by qtc View Post
    This is the handwriting sample note I was referring to.

    She starts out writing in cursive, and is told to switch to print.

    I am wondering if the words contained in that note were off the top of patsy's head. Was she told to write about anything? Was she told to write about what she observed in the room? Why did she sign it Love Mommy? The note was not written to JB or Burke.
    That was an "extemporaneous" handwriting sample, meaning off the top of her head.

    She had already been given specific words to write, etc., in the "London Letter," a commonly used transcript composed to include various letters of the alphabet in various combinations, and the words from the ransom note, as well.

    That Patsy and John often used phrases we find in the ransom note in their extemporaneous writings, conversation, and interviews has always been striking to those of us aware of what the ransom note actually contained, linguistically speaking.

    It's simply far fetched to imagine an intruder not known to or familiar with them on a very personal level could have written that note. It's also far fetched that in addition to those red flags, Patsy's handwriting exemplars matched 24 out of 26 letters in the ransom note, according to CBI handwriting analyst Chet Ubowski, but she didn't write it.

    Add in that she was in the house during the commission of the crime, with no alibi (JR and Burke claimed to be asleep), the note was written on her pad, with her pen, and the writer felt comfortable enough in the home to spend time to write one, and possibly two, practice notes before the final one was completed, and that's a lot of evidence that Patsy wrote the note.

    Now factor in the fiber evidence includes fibers from her clothes which were tied into the ligature knots and stuck on the duct tape from the child's mouth. Also the paintbrush used was hers.

    Add in her fingerprints on the bowl of pineapple to which the pineapple in JB's digestive system was matched.

    Read all the evasions, changing stories, and outright lies she told LE and the public, and it's hard not to find her at least suspicious.

    I believe there is no doubt she was involved in this murder.
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    KoldKase: Newbie here. Have followed your posts quite a while, heard you on radio with Kolar. Agree - Patsy is author, and involved. Two quick comments: Notice linguistically in RN minimum use of contractions. Printed copies of Patsy interviews also denote her use of full language over use of contractions, i. e. "we will", as opposed to "we'll". Also, in the published exemplar of the Pageant Entry she completed for JB, notice in the description space about JB, she MISSPELLED the word "crowned". BTW, what is your take on the tape around JB's legs that was stated in the Kolar book, pg 123?
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    Quote Originally Posted by midwest mama View Post
    KoldKase: Newbie here. Have followed your posts quite a while, heard you on radio with Kolar. Agree - Patsy is author, and involved. Two quick comments: Notice linguistically in RN minimum use of contractions. Printed copies of Patsy interviews also denote her use of full language over use of contractions, i. e. "we will", as opposed to "we'll". Also, in the published exemplar of the Pageant Entry she completed for JB, notice in the description space about JB, she MISSPELLED the word "crowned". BTW, what is your take on the tape around JB's legs that was stated in the Kolar book, pg 123?
    The "tape on the legs" was determined to be a transcription error- i.e. an error when the sentence was transcribed. It is supposed to be "tape on the LIPS".
    Sometimes things are transcribed from a recording, and words are heard incorrectly. KK will weigh in, I am sure, with her own opinion.
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