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JonBenet Ramsey What really happened to 6 year old JonBenet? Someone is getting away with murder. All information posted on this site is gained through published documentation on this case. It is strictly opinion only.


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Old 09-11-2007, 11:47 PM
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A real RN wouldn't say "listen OR read carefully". It would say- "We have your daughter. We want ____dollars. Don't call the cops. "

Most RNs don't even say that they will call. They will call, and of course, parents will wait for that call as long as it takes.
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Old 09-11-2007, 11:47 PM
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I was implying that if she wrote the note fast, it would be impossible for her to not write a certain individual letter [see the letter U posting] without reverting at some stage, to her natural style. The mistakes in the ransom note, indicate that it was written fast, because if it was written slowly, the writer would obviously pre-empt any errors.
ok now i'm following you. We obviously have completly different views on how ones writting style would behave under a time constraint. Your saying Patsy's natural writting style would naturally revert due rn being written so fast and i'm saying the opposite in that her natural writtng style would change because of the rn being written fast. i wonder who of us is correct, i guess since neither of us are experts in writting analysis, neither of us will ever know.
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Old 09-11-2007, 11:56 PM
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I think her writing style remained the same. The RN sounds like her Christmas newsletters. Her handwriting looks a bit shakier, but still looks like hers. I would think that writing that note, after you know your child is lying dead in the basement (and you had something to do with it) it would be highly unusual for a person's handwriting NOT to look shaky.
I think too much is being made of the "bring-take" thing. Lots of people use bring when take is more correct.
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Old 09-12-2007, 07:20 AM
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I think too much is being made of the "bring-take" thing. Lots of people use bring when take is more correct.

Yes, that is true, but you are completely missing the point. If Patsy Ramsey was one of these 'lots of people' and that is why it is in the note, why did she not say 'bring' instead of 'taking or take' during the police interview?
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Old 09-12-2007, 07:52 AM
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A real RN wouldn't say "listen OR read carefully". It would say- "We have your daughter. We want ____dollars. Don't call the cops. "

Most RNs don't even say that they will call. They will call, and of course, parents will wait for that call as long as it takes.

The reason why it was written like that, is because it was written by a crime film freak.


Dirty Harry

''If we catch you talking to a stray cat ... she dies!'' [The ransom note states 'dog'.]

''The delivery will be exhausting ... so I advise you to be well rested.''


Ransom

''... I will kill him! ... I will kill him! ... I will kill him! ...''

Also from 'Ransom' the father character, is puzzled by why such a low amount of money is asked for.


Ricochet

The film contained pictures of people, with their faces crossed out.


Seven

A proper burial is refered to.


Speed

''Don't try and grow a brain!''


ALL these films were being shown somewhere, at the time of the murder.
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Old 09-12-2007, 09:28 AM
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The reason why it was written like that, is because it was written by a crime film freak.


Dirty Harry

''If we catch you talking to a stray cat ... she dies!'' [The ransom note states 'dog'.]
I believe the line from Dirty Harry is "If we catch you talking to a Pekinese pissing on a lamp post, she dies".

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A proper burial is refered to.
John Ramsey also used the words "proper burial" during his and Patsy's interview with Bill Kurtis, which was on A&E's Aug 28, 2000 Investigative Reports


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Then you had reach in to unlatch the window, and if it's stuck, you just pop it open. I mean, I don't remember if I slid in face forward or a turned around. Probably turned around, turn around backwards and put your needs on the ledge here and let your feet in and then just drop down. That's probably how I would have done it? - John Ramsey during his June 1998 interrogation telling Det Lou Smit how he climbed into the basement window after he had broken it in the summer of 1996.
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Old 09-12-2007, 09:30 AM
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The reason why it was written like that, is because it was written by a crime film freak.
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Callan, I know I always seem to be at odds with you, but opposing viewpoints are often useful.

Since John Ramsey was reading Mindhunter by John Douglas, it suggests John Ramsey was a bit of a crime buff.
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Old 09-12-2007, 10:21 AM
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Charlie..and other posters, especially those of you that are IDI's...

Take a look at this....its an enlarged version of Patsy's lower case Q...and the RN author's lower case Q, they both look like a figure 8.

Post #7

http://www.forumsforjustice.org/foru...234#post153234

Cherokee was so kind to enlarge it for us. While you are at it check out POST #5...Cherokee enlarged other letters, too, and more than the Q, were identical...I don't see how ANYBODY can look at these two posts...and STILL say that Patsy did not write that ransom note...they are in complete denial, if they do.
I just wanted to make sure that this got noticed...it will blow you away.
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Old 09-12-2007, 11:41 AM
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I just wanted to make sure that this got noticed...it will blow you away.
Thanks Ames for taking the time to provide this to the forum. If this does not persuade the viewer nothing ever said done or seen ever will. Bravo Ames!!
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Old 09-12-2007, 03:33 PM
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Patsy uses the year 1997 in her Christmas letter...

Burke will be seeing the Orthodontist in 1997....
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Old 09-12-2007, 08:05 PM
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Since John Ramsey was reading Mindhunter by John Douglas, it suggests John Ramsey was a bit of a crime buff.
This was a Steve Thomas lie. Douglas took legal action, when it was claimed that his book was found in the Ramsey home.
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Old 09-12-2007, 08:24 PM
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This was a Steve Thomas lie. Douglas took legal action, when it was claimed that his book was found in the Ramsey home.
Never heard THAT one before...please list your source. TIA
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Old 09-12-2007, 08:29 PM
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Thanks Ames for taking the time to provide this to the forum. If this does not persuade the viewer nothing ever said done or seen ever will. Bravo Ames!!
You are welcome. I agree...if this doesn't do it...then NOTHING will. It is so OBVIOUS!!! Check out the P's (they are both squared off)....and the O's (they both have a little tail at the top).....in post #5. What are the chances that a person (Patsy) living in the Ramsey home...would make her P's, Q's and O's...the exact same way as the author of the RN???
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Old 09-12-2007, 09:02 PM
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YEP. PR wrote the note. Bet the rent.
What similarity did you notice, DeeDee?


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Then you had reach in to unlatch the window, and if it's stuck, you just pop it open. I mean, I don't remember if I slid in face forward or a turned around. Probably turned around, turn around backwards and put your needs on the ledge here and let your feet in and then just drop down. That's probably how I would have done it? - John Ramsey during his June 1998 interrogation telling Det Lou Smit how he climbed into the basement window after he had broken it in the summer of 1996.
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Old 09-12-2007, 09:17 PM
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What similarity did you notice, DeeDee?


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The handwriting....
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Old 09-12-2007, 09:38 PM
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The handwriting....
I mean, what specifically about the samples in the link from post #239?


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Then you had reach in to unlatch the window, and if it's stuck, you just pop it open. I mean, I don't remember if I slid in face forward or a turned around. Probably turned around, turn around backwards and put your needs on the ledge here and let your feet in and then just drop down. That's probably how I would have done it? - John Ramsey during his June 1998 interrogation telling Det Lou Smit how he climbed into the basement window after he had broken it in the summer of 1996.
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Old 09-12-2007, 09:52 PM
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I mean, what specifically about the samples in the link from post #239?


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Well, those figure-8s were pretty convincing. But I'd seen those handwriting comparisons on acandyrose years ago. I've always thought she wrote the note.
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Old 09-12-2007, 11:01 PM
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Well, those figure-8s were pretty convincing. But I'd seen those handwriting comparisons on acandyrose years ago. I've always thought she wrote the note.
Many of us had seen these quite some time ago. I for one am blown away each time and for some it may be the first time they have seen these . Most particularly for IDI and fence sitters. The reason I believe that is after seeing the comparisons, HOW could a IDI remain an IDI and one would think it would be a great reason to come down off the fence. It is strange If God himself were to reveal who killed Jon Benet in the form of a burning bush I do believe the IDIs would scramble for their fire extinquishers. JMHO And in the words of Larry the Cable guy, Lord I am sorry for that one right there.
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Old 09-13-2007, 12:32 AM
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This was a Steve Thomas lie. Douglas took legal action, when it was claimed that his book was found in the Ramsey home.
Could you cite a source for your statement, please?
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Old 09-13-2007, 12:57 AM
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Many of us had seen these quite some time ago. I for one am blown away each time and for some it may be the first time they have seen these . Most particularly for IDI and fence sitters. The reason I believe that is after seeing the comparisons, HOW could a IDI remain an IDI and one would think it would be a great reason to come down off the fence. It is strange If God himself were to reveal who killed Jon Benet in the form of a burning bush I do believe the IDIs would scramble for their fire extinquishers. JMHO And in the words of Larry the Cable guy, Lord I am sorry for that one right there.
Figure 8's amount to two circles. If the shapes get any simpler than that you'd have a dot (my those two dots look completely identical!).
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Old 09-13-2007, 01:44 AM
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Figure 8's amount to two circles. If the shapes get any simpler than that you'd have a dot (my those two dots look completely identical!).
Those were letter q. Now eleminate all those thse who do not make their q's llike that.
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Old 09-13-2007, 09:12 AM
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Never heard THAT one before...please list your source. TIA
I know that it was something to do with items taken from the house under a warrant, but I will have to try and find it out again.
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Old 09-13-2007, 09:22 AM
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You are welcome. I agree...if this doesn't do it...then NOTHING will. It is so OBVIOUS!!! Check out the P's (they are both squared off)....and the O's (they both have a little tail at the top).....in post #5. What are the chances that a person (Patsy) living in the Ramsey home...would make her P's, Q's and O's...the exact same way as the author of the RN???
And what chance of her not writing a dotted {i} in the note, that matched her writing samples?

And what chance of her not writing a {U} in the note, that matched her writing samples?

And what chance of her not being charged, with all this 'experts' overwhelming evidence against her?

How very strange.
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Old 09-13-2007, 09:41 AM
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I believe the line from Dirty Harry is "If we catch you talking to a Pekinese pissing on a lamp post, she dies".

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John Ramsey also used the words "proper burial" during his and Patsy's interview with Bill Kurtis, which was on A&E's Aug 28, 2000 Investigative Reports


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I will check, but I am confident that it was - cat.

With regard to the 'proper burial' - he was simply refering to his daughters body being withheld by the authorites. The fact that it also appeared in a film, is relevant, only in that it was another crime film quote, just like the others.
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Old 09-13-2007, 10:06 AM
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And what chance of her not being charged, with all this 'experts' overwhelming evidence against her?

How very strange.
Very good chance. History tells us that.
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