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    If JonBenet's death was an accident...

    Many of us believe that JonBenet's death was an accident that was covered up to look like a murder by an unknown intruder. If that's true, then why didn't the Ramseys show the same emotions in public as other parents who have lost a child? If Patsy bashed JonBenet with a flashlight by accident, and she had no intention of killing her, wouldn't that still cause them immense grief? Wouldn't they still be a wreck during interviews?

    Also, the Ramseys constantly repeated that they had nothing to do with JonBenet's death and an unknown intruder killed her. Okay, then why didn't they at least attempt to put on an act during interviews to be like other murdered children's parents? It's not like they didn't even try.

    If something that you did caused your child to die, wouldn't that still destroy you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by eileenhawkeye View Post
    Many of us believe that JonBenet's death was an accident that was covered up to look like a murder by an unknown intruder. If that's true, then why didn't the Ramseys show the same emotions in public as other parents who have lost a child? If Patsy bashed JonBenet with a flashlight by accident, and she had no intention of killing her, wouldn't that still cause them immense grief? Wouldn't they still be a wreck during interviews?

    Also, the Ramseys constantly repeated that they had nothing to do with JonBenet's death and an unknown intruder killed her. Okay, then why didn't they at least attempt to put on an act during interviews to be like other murdered children's parents? It's not like they didn't even try.

    If something that you did caused your child to die, wouldn't that still destroy you?
    eileenhawkeye,
    Probably because they were playing a scripted role, with legal advice going in one ear, and friendly advice leaving the other.

    Like the staged crime-scene , they saw the aftermath as a damage limitation exercise. Something to get through, to say non-incriminating things, to blame others, and lay a trail of lies and deceit.

    It has to start with Patsy opening the door still wearing yesterdays clothes!


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    I think they dont want any attention. They closed that chapter of their lives that morning and dont want to go back. Not to protect themselves or each other but to protect their son. That's about the only thing that makes sense to me.
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    I also have to wonder if it was an arrogance thing, sort of like, "We have money and connections. We aren't going to jail so why bother crying on TV? Why does it matter if some random person watching TV thinks we're guilty?" The R's probably knew they would never be convicted so why even bother putting on a show? Who cares if everyone in America thinks you're guilty as long as you're not in jail?

    I also have to wonder if after her death, if they developed a sort of "dislike" for JonBenet. Did they blame JonBenet for them going from having the perfect fairy-tale life to having to spend millions on lawyer fees, constant media and public scrutiny, and Patsy's cancer coming back, etc? If JonBenet hadn't died, they would still be living the dream life. (Although I'm sure John still has plenty of money and still lives the dream life compared to many Americans, but it's probably a step down from their 1996 life.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by eileenhawkeye View Post
    Many of us believe that JonBenet's death was an accident that was covered up to look like a murder by an unknown intruder. If that's true, then why didn't the Ramseys show the same emotions in public as other parents who have lost a child? If Patsy bashed JonBenet with a flashlight by accident, and she had no intention of killing her, wouldn't that still cause them immense grief? Wouldn't they still be a wreck during interviews?

    Also, the Ramseys constantly repeated that they had nothing to do with JonBenet's death and an unknown intruder killed her. Okay, then why didn't they at least attempt to put on an act during interviews to be like other murdered children's parents? It's not like they didn't even try.

    If something that you did caused your child to die, wouldn't that still destroy you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by eileenhawkeye View Post
    I also have to wonder if it was an arrogance thing, sort of like, "We have money and connections. We aren't going to jail so why bother crying on TV? Why does it matter if some random person watching TV thinks we're guilty?" The R's probably knew they would never be convicted so why even bother putting on a show? Who cares if everyone in America thinks you're guilty as long as you're not in jail?

    I also have to wonder if after her death, if they developed a sort of "dislike" for JonBenet. Did they blame JonBenet for them going from having the perfect fairy-tale life to having to spend millions on lawyer fees, constant media and public scrutiny, and Patsy's cancer coming back, etc? If JonBenet hadn't died, they would still be living the dream life. (Although I'm sure John still has plenty of money and still lives the dream life compared to many Americans, but it's probably a step down from their 1996 life.)
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    Beck I agree with you 100%!! But they were not that well scripted UK Guy, and I don't mean this disrespectfully to your post, as I agree with you.. They spent a LOT of time defending themselves, but really showed NO rightous anger! That was the caveat to me. I would have been so angry at this stranger, I would have been spitting nails. Maybe not down the road, years later, but if anyone took, harmed or killed my child, I would have damned them to hell and everyone that heard me talk would know it! It would have taken me a LONG time to get over my anger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eileenhawkeye View Post
    Many of us believe that JonBenet's death was an accident that was covered up to look like a murder by an unknown intruder. If that's true, then why didn't the Ramseys show the same emotions in public as other parents who have lost a child? If Patsy bashed JonBenet with a flashlight by accident, and she had no intention of killing her, wouldn't that still cause them immense grief? Wouldn't they still be a wreck during interviews?
    Also, the Ramseys constantly repeated that they had nothing to do with JonBenet's death and an unknown intruder killed her. Okay, then why didn't they at least attempt to put on an act during interviews to be like other murdered children's parents? It's not like they didn't even try.

    If something that you did caused your child to die, wouldn't that still destroy you?
    EXACTLY.
    it's one of the HUGE reasons I don't believe JB's death was an accident if RDI.
    okay some could say everything we saw was a script and probably behind the scenes they DID feel sorry and guilty for the accident.
    I just don't buy it.

    They are way too arrogant,like they outsmarted everybody.No remorse,nada.
    Maybe it wasn't planned but it wasn't "just an accident" either.The bizarre sick staging (IF there was one) tells me the same thing.
    The rice is already cooked...

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    It's also one of the reasons I disagree with ST's theory.Maybe it's more complicated than a bed wetting issue/accident/cover-up,actually I am sure of it and I am not sure of many things in this case.Not at all.
    The rice is already cooked...


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    I don't get this

    2 JOHN RAMSEY: Well, you hope that she didn't

    3 suffer. And if I let myself think beyond that,

    4 it's too difficult. But my hope is that she didn't

    5 suffer.


    but then

    17 JOHN RAMSEY: Well I think, obviously we

    18 know it was an intruder, first of all. We spend

    19 some time with John Douglas, who is a profiler for

    20 the FBI, and he basically said it's someone that

    21 you know. It's somebody that's been in the house

    22 and it's somebody that's angry with you or

    23 jealous. And, you know, we try to put that box

    24 around it. We come up and say that we don't know

    25 anybody that evil. And so it's very difficult for

    0038

    1 us to say, well you know it must have been

    2 so-and-so, because we don't know anybody that

    3 evil.




    2 So I wonder if those, either of those two events

    3 might have elevated us into the cross hairs of

    4 this maniac.



    9 JOHN RAMSEY: (It.̃ I don't feel I have

    10 (INAUDIBLE). I mean, I don't know. I mean, I in my

    11 mind think that there's one person; one creature.




    intruder,angry,evil,evil,maniac,creature




    how can you hope then that she didn't suffer?denial?or just touching bla bla?
    it's obvious that if there was an angry evil evil maniac intruder she DID suffer
    and this was not the time to be in denial if you wanted to help catch this guy
    The rice is already cooked...

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    contradiction

    12 LOU SMIT: Do you have a mental picture of

    13 this person?

    14 JOHN RAMSEY: I don't. I thought about that.

    15 Again, that's too hard to think about.



    --------------------

    You must have a mental picture of the type of

    20 person this is. I mean, in your mind. I know I

    21 have a mental picture of various people that I

    22 would look at. But I'm sure you think about this

    23 all the time.

    24 JOHN RAMSEY: Oh, absolutely, everyday.
    The rice is already cooked...

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    Quote Originally Posted by madeleine View Post
    It's also one of the reasons I disagree with ST's theory.Maybe it's more complicated than a bed wetting issue/accident/cover-up,actually I am sure of it and I am not sure of many things in this case.Not at all.

    Madeleine, I was reading some old school, 2006 WS,
    and .... sigh, what 10% details have been reported correctly?
    JBR case is a sea of contradictions, but for the definitive nature of the dna.

    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/arc...p/t-40840.html

    Arndt admitted she doesn't have the answers as to who did what that Christmas night to the 6-year-old who, in death, became the nation's most famous child beauty queen.


    "Nobody does," Arndt said. "But I have the information, for somebody else who might. All the information is there."

    She said 90 percent of the case details have not been disclosed accurately.

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    Madeleine, I was reading some old school, 2006 WS,
    and .... sigh, what 10% details have been reported correctly?
    JBR case is a sea of contradictions, but for the definitive nature of the dna.

    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/arc...p/t-40840.html

    Arndt admitted she doesn't have the answers as to who did what that Christmas night to the 6-year-old who, in death, became the nation's most famous child beauty queen.


    "Nobody does," Arndt said. "But I have the information, for somebody else who might. All the information is there."

    She said 90 percent of the case details have not been disclosed accurately.
    She appears to be suggesting that there was an anti-Ramsey spin put on things, IMO with details not 'disclosed accuragely'. A bit like what we are discussing now about her losing sight of JR for a period has been misinterpreted to be either "he went for his mail" or "he went to the basement to move JBR's body". When in fact, all that happened is that she was doing 'something else' and didnt' keep track of him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MurriFlower View Post
    She appears to be suggesting that there was an anti-Ramsey spin put on things, IMO with details not 'disclosed accuragely'. A bit like what we are discussing now about her losing sight of JR for a period has been misinterpreted to be either "he went for his mail" or "he went to the basement to move JBR's body". When in fact, all that happened is that she was doing 'something else' and didnt' keep track of him.
    How could she keep track of him? Her "doing something else" consisted of keeping an eye on the other people in the house. I doubt she was doing much else. If she followed JR, she'd leave the others free to wander. At this point it wasn't a murder. JB was still presumed to me missing and kidnapped. The behavior of both parents must have been suspicious to her, and no matter what she chose to do, it wouldn't be the right thing. The chief of police really did drop the ball on her.
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