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    Quote Originally Posted by Britt View Post
    If I recall correctly, the "Guess Who" game has nothing to do with killing off characters, so the "not dead yet" comment makes no sense in the context of the game.
    but it makes lots of sense when one considers how many 'off-hand' comments people make daily that have the word 'dead' in them

    http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/dead

    and how those comments can infiltrate every aspect of our lives, including innocent game playing by children


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    It could possibly also be related to his knowing that his sister did'nt die right away and still thinking about it and relating it to a person being face down .


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    or not.....

    I think we should be relying on actual evidence rather than speculating on how something might fit into a theory if used out of context.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wonderllama View Post
    or not.....

    I think we should be relying on actual evidence rather than speculating on how something might fit into a theory if used out of context.
    Yeah, I don't see the direct correlation like with Scott Peterson prophesying (sp?) his wife's death 3 weeks before he kills her. I think it's reaching...
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    I think--and it's just my opinion--this is why Kolar continues to refuse to "lay out" his own theory of what happened to JonBenet that night.

    He's not "condemning" a child by any means. Kolar spends a fair amount of time discussing his own struggle with writing this book because of these unanswered questions and speculations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeDee249 View Post
    I'll have more to say after I read the book, but I will say that as of this point, I do not believe BR is or was a sociopath. I think he did exhibit some "dissociative disorder" stereotypic behavior at the time, and he just seemed/looked like an odd kid. (MOO). I think there was a lot of disfunction in the family and likely some sibling rivalry (which occurs in most families). I think BR, having been caught "playing doctor" on occasion, took a dominant position over his little (and in his mind, more favored) sister when he could, and at some point that night, JB ended up bashed into a coma. His parents covered it up, having lost JB and not wanting to lose BR as well (figuratively if not literally) went into overdrive, adrenaline-fueled mode that night. One action led to another to the point of no return. Had judge who sealed the phone records had a spine, I think THERE would be the beginning of the unravelling of this case. From those first, awful, early-morning moments of the 25/26th, one step led to another. Like a child telling a lie, when questioned, one lie begets another until the point of no return. Then, they CAN'T look back. Now the truth CAN'T be told, because all the lies that preceded it might rock Boulder all the way to the (then) Governor's office, if not higher (Lockeed?).
    I think this is very close to what happened to JonBenet in that family and on the night of her death.

    I believe the evidence supports this.

    And I believe Patsy and possibly John did the strangulation with the ligature and used the paintbrush on the child to cover up the prior vaginal intrusions.

    I've felt for a very long time this was the reason so much about the evidence was confusing: multiple actors in the events of that night.

    But it wasn't until I read the evidence Kolar reveals and how he puts it together that I can say I firmly fell on the side of Burke delivering the head blow. I also think it's likely he was sexually aggressive towards his sister and probably was the one who caused her prior vaginal injuries.

    Possibly the only time they told the truth was when John and Patsy said they wouldn't cover for each other.

    But they would each cover for Burke, IMO. With their level of position in their community, arrogance, sense of entitlement and privilege, I think they decided to "cut their losses," so to speak, and strangled JB to cover for Burke's abuse of his sister. Whether they knew she was alive but dying, I'll never know. Whatever they thought, I believe one or both carried her to the paint tray and did the deeds there.

    And this is just my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wonderllama View Post
    I'm afraid I put this into the category of trying to connect everything to the crime when not everything is connected to the crime.
    Sorta like trying to devise a profile to fit your favorite POI.


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