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View Poll Results: Can justice ever be served in the JonBenet case?

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    34 31.78%
  • No

    73 68.22%

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  1. #1
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    IDI or RDI either way no justice for JonBenet yet.(Poll)

    Can justice ever be served in this case?

    A simple Yes or No.


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    yes--justice will be done someday for her

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    I really don't see this case ever being closed unless someone comes forward with a confession and photographic souvenirs of the crime scene (or something)...and can also be placed in Boulder.

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    IrishMist is offline You can't control the wind - but you can adjust your sails
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    I voted yes, but only because there wasn't an option for "I really, really hope so..."

    But I remember the Martha Moxley case, and justice was finally served there, so I still have hope for this case. Someone, somewhere is going to talk.

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    Sleuthng--yes there will be a confession some day and JR and Burke will say something someday

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    I think only if the person has items no one else but the intruder would have...like the duct tape, paintbrush etc. will justice be served. And they also have to be clearly placed in Boulder at the time of the murder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Hamilton
    Sleuthng--yes there will be a confession some day and JR and Burke will say something someday
    Oh, my eyes certainly are right back on the Ramseys now.

    Because if one is thinking IDI...you'd have to cop to the "perfect intruder". Left no prints, left no DNA...left no trace of himself aside from his handwriting (and the "perfect intruder" technically would not do that anyways).

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    I voted yes, because, if Karr didn't do it, I think he may know who did IMHO. The SBTC thing is still bothering me, where he wrote it in his yearbook and it appeared again on the so called ransom note.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SleuthingSleuth
    I really don't see this case ever being closed unless someone comes forward with a confession and photographic souvenirs of the crime scene (or something)...and can also be placed in Boulder.
    I agree with you, SleuthingSleuth.

    If the DA's office has more information (supposedly not released) they need to give it to Websleuths - it'll get analysed, debated and solved.

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    I voted No because I believe the main perp has already taken the truth to her grave, and the secondary perp will never speak up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by doublejack
    I voted No because I believe the main perp has already taken the truth to her grave, and the secondary perp will never speak up.
    YEP!
    Simplicity...patience...compassion

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    I think no. If her family was involved...they'll never be charged unles they confess. If a perp did it we'll never know unless they confess with some actual evidence of the crime.

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    Hey, would love to weigh in, but it's very loaded...

    Do you mean here on earth or in any capacity?

    TIA!
    Above is my opinion only

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honibugs
    I voted yes, because, if Karr didn't do it, I think he may know who did IMHO. The SBTC thing is still bothering me, where he wrote it in his yearbook and it appeared again on the so called ransom note.
    I voted Yes because I also think Karr may know who did it....Did anyone litsen to Court T.V.? OMG the e-mail's were nasty. The part about him tasting her blood.


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    I had to vote "no" based on this latest fiasco. I'm inclined to believe that the person who killed JB is either incarcerated for some other crime, or deceased. In both cases, either incarcerated or deceased, their DNA is not on record and therefore no matches when the DNA was run for a match in the (can't recall the name) national database.
    My posts are my opinion..........



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