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    Question Mr. X

    Apparently, some know the real name of our Mr. X, the possible "suspect" whose DNA could be a match.

    Why isn't his name, picture, information put out there by the powers that be, in order to find him? When Elizabeth Smart was abducted, an all-out search for a "suspect" was cast upon us via TV, along with his picture and information. There was actually little evidence linking him to her abduction, yet the whole country was privy to his life and face. Same thing with a recent abduction/murder of another little girl, whose name I can't remember right now. (I'm having a senior moment here LOL) The media showed footage over and over of the "suspect" whose picture was captured at the carwash, and this was before they had real evidence linking him.

    What's the deal with Mr. X?

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    Nehemiah

    It said on the documentary that they weren't naming him because he hadn't been charged with anything. I suppose they are afraid of lawsuits should he prove innocent.

    jameson has hinted she might post his name after the documentary shows in the US - I say why wait that long? If there is a killer on the loose (and investigators belive this is a highly dangerous killer who may have killed several times). Why wait?

    It's not that hard to find out his identity. Some people won't publish his name, but they will name him in e-mail or over the telephone.

    I don't see any justification in holding back his name. What if he kills again in the meantime?

    If this guy is innocent, he has the incentive of a big fat libel action against Tracey. If he's as guilty as these Ramsey investigators believe, he won't be suing anyong.
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    Mr. X belongs in the X-Files.

    There's something going on Scully!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nehemiah
    Apparently, some know the real name of our Mr. X, the possible "suspect" whose DNA could be a match.

    Why isn't his name, picture, information put out there by the powers that be, in order to find him? When Elizabeth Smart was abducted, an all-out search for a "suspect" was cast upon us via TV, along with his picture and information. There was actually little evidence linking him to her abduction, yet the whole country was privy to his life and face. Same thing with a recent abduction/murder of another little girl, whose name I can't remember right now. (I'm having a senior moment here LOL) The media showed footage over and over of the "suspect" whose picture was captured at the carwash, and this was before they had real evidence linking him.

    What's the deal with Mr. X?

    IMO

    Her name was Carlie Brucia.

    I personally get sick of LE pulling the "We can't release that information" bull. IMO the reason for not releasing information to the public is professional jealousy. One LE agency has information that another LE agency or the public may use to solve the crime, so the agency with the information greedily holds onto it at the expense of justice.

    JMO

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    Yes, Carlie. Thanks, BC. I felt bad not being able to remember her name, but did think of it later.

    Even though he isn't officially a suspect at this time, neither were the other two guys I mentioned. Their names/faces were plastered all over TV stations. I just don't understand the difference here.

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    Do you think think the authorities knew about Mr.X for a long time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawna
    Do you think think the authorities knew about Mr.X for a long time?
    "Authorities" meaning LE...BPD?

    I just don't know. But if he is a viable "suspect", why is someone not publicly pursuing him? They can always put him under the umbrella and not call him a suspect, but say that he may have information that would aid the investigation by the DA. That's what has been publicly done in the past with other high profile cases.

    I really wish someone who believes in the intruder theory could answer this question.

    IMO

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    Mr X

    Is certainly "known" to LE. He served three years imprisonment in the 1980s for a sexual assault on a child and a further 90 days imprisonment in 1996 for menacing with a deadly weapon.

    He also has convictions for violence and drugs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueCrab
    One LE agency has information that another LE agency or the public may use to solve the crime, so the agency with the information greedily holds onto it at the expense of justice.

    JMO
    Definitely agree with you on that one.

    There seemed to be some suggestion that Mr. X was connected to the disappearance of Alie Berrelez, a 4 year old girl who was abducted from outside her home in S. Denver and later found dead in the foothills about 25 mi. W. of her home in the early 90's. The only info in the media was of a man who lived in the Apt. complex where Alie lived, who packed up and moved to Calif. soon after the crime. To speculate that Mr. X was involved is like attempting to win the CO lotto ( at 1 in 5.3M ) by buying 1 ticket.
    This is my opinion, and change is good.

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    Alie Berrelez

    Michael Tracey denied the connected with Alie Berrelez in an e-mail to jameson. He said "whose the girl? wrong again".

    Now that jameson has seen the documentary for herself, I wonder if she interpreted the documentary as implying that detectives believed that there was a connection with the Alie Berrelez murder - as the journalist did and as I did? If so, what does she think of Tracey's denial?

    Yes, the Tracey documentary links JonBenet's death to Michael helgoth's death to Alie Berrelez' death to the Dancewest assault. If mr X is innocent, I would imagine that would be quite a pay out.
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    Maybe he is Debradear's brother. Remember all that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nehemiah
    Maybe he is Debradear's brother. Remember all that?

    IMO

    Yes, and Debradear was trying to say that her brother may have killed JonBenet.

    But why would the Ramseys lie and cover up for Debradear's brother? They would only lie and cover up for a Ramsey -- unless there was a fifth person who had been invited into the house that night by a Ramsey.

    JMO

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    Just knowing what we do about Helgoth, and what little we know about Mr. X, raises another question. Think about the ransom note. Why would Helgoth/Mr. X care that JR be well rested? None of that fits in with their particular personality from what we've been told. That doesn't seem to go with them, unless there were a female involved, too, or another male who has less of a history of crime.

    Good point, BC. That would be really weird if Mr. X were Debradear's brother. I'm sure some here know DD's brother's real name.

    No, the R's wouldn't cover for just anyone.

    IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nehemiah
    Apparently, some know the real name of our Mr. X, the possible "suspect" whose DNA could be a match.

    Why isn't his name, picture, information put out there by the powers that be, in order to find him? .

    What's the deal with Mr. X?

    IMO
    It just may be that “the powers that be” do not consider him a suspect. After reading the transcript provided by Jayelles, I get the impression it is Ollie Gray and his gang who have labeled Mr. X as a prime suspect, and not Keenan’s official investigation team. It is very possible that Tom Bennett, who I understand is the lead investigator in this case, has a completely different opinion of Mr. X.
    My opinion only

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    No, not Debradear's brother....

    Quote Originally Posted by Nehemiah

    Good point, BC. That would be really weird if Mr. X were Debradear's brother. I'm sure some here know DD's brother's real name.

    IMO
    Debradear's brother supposedly was just working in Boulder for a while. He doesn't meet the description or history of the Mr. X in the documentary.

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