Quote Originally Posted by Bev View Post
there are some things about this case that will never be known, but they are details that drive you nutz - here's a few I have, what are yours?

1. Why was it so important to the Ramseys' story that JonBenet was asleep when they got home and was taken directly to bed? Burke said she woke up and helped carry stuff into the house. We know she had pineapple, so why lie about her being asleep? It seems as though it would have been easier to say that she woke up when they pulled into the garage, they futzed around and had a snack and then went to bed - why was it important enough to lie about it? It's as if they were afraid to have anyone know the child was on the first floor that night between those hours - why? Did something happen in that part of the house?

2. Why did Burke act so strangely that morning? Why did he pretend to be asleep, and why didn't his parents wake him up and ask him if he had seen or heard anything in the night? Why when his father came up to get him to take him to White's house, did he remain silent and not ask any questions? That's not the way nine year old boys act - they want to know everything that's going on and if a cop walks in the house, they're fascinated by him, and want to know why he's there. This kid did not ask ONE question or exhibit any fear or curiosity at all. (In my opinion, someone put the fear of God in this kid to keep him quiet. I can hear it now, "no matter what anyone asks you, you say you don't know, do you hear me?? Do you want Mom and Dad in jail?? Don't say anything!!!, I mean it, Burke!!!) And I don't care what anyone says about everyone being "different", nine year old boys don't act like that in that kind
of situation - he didn't even ask, "is JonBenet going with us to the Whites?"

3. How did that blood get in the underwear? She's been wiped clean, but there is blood on the crotch panel - so she had to have had them on, been injured, wiped clean, and then the underwear put back on with the longjohns with the urine stain in the front - otherwise, how could the blood have gotten there? Which means she had that pair of underwear on, she was injured, the underwear were pulled up, and then someone thought better of it, pulled them down, wiped her clean and then pulled the underwear back up. How else could the blood have gotten on that part of the underwear?

4. Patsy Ramsey was so insistent on the ransom note being on the spiral staircase, saying, "and that's how I come down every morning." How would an intruder know that? Why not leave it in her bed, or on the kitchen counter or the windshield of the car, or the steps leading down from their bedroom, where the parents would be sure of seeing it. And why would she never admit to having read the damned thing? Or why wouldn't she read it in the first place? If it was my kid, I'd of have it memorized. She insinuated to LE that it was 'weird" that Fleet White knew it so well - well, anyone with a brain and a heart would be reading that note over and over wondering if there was anything about it that could tell them who killed that little girl. What's weird, is that Patsy Ramsey didn't do that.

This baloney that the parents shouldn't be suspected because of their behavior, because everyone acts "differently" is just that - baloney. If everyone acted differently, we wouldn't have societal norms, we wouldn't have traditions, we wouldn't know how to act appropriately in situations. Not to get into anything too esoteric, but there is a biological mechanism in the brain called "theory of mind mechanism". It allows us to understand and act appropriately in society, because we observe appropriate behavior and store those reactions in the brain. These parents didn't act in the way innocent parents act - they go on tv, but can't talk to the police. They call a lawyer the very day it happened, and then refuse to be interviewed, they have investigators on Dec. 27th, taking statements from people who were there that day and don't even inform the police. They give physical evidence but won't talk to the cops or take polygraphs or do one thing to remove themselves as suspects in the case. Things have to make sense and this just does not make any sense at all.
I think she was carried in, but she was dead. And they say she was sleeping in case anyone saw the body being carried in.
The proximity of the freezer in the cellar to her ‘discovered’ body makes me think that is why she was ‘wrapped up like an Indian papoose’ as John said.
The M.E. said she smelled of decomposition. So I think she was dead longer than anyone says.
I think it was some demented group activity. Which is why Patsy called everyone that could have left hair, DNA, or physical evidence on the body. That way, their presence in the home when the body was ‘discovered’ could explain away any new unforeseen and unplanned for (not included in the official ‘story’) physical evidence.
I didn’t used to think this way about this case. But I am not a professional or a police person. I am a single, never married, Frum Jewish girl. And once a distant while ago, and then again about a month ago, I asked Hashem to give me a sliver of an insight on what happened that night.
And so I had the same really dark horrific dream both nights, years apart.
And I won’t say it. But I know that the detectives and the police force in this country have to stare down the into the minds of some terrible people in this country.
I don’t think it was as innocent as a young Burke hitting his sister in the head, in a fit of rage.
But you know, there IS a G-d. (Thank You Patsy for this silver lining..)...and he DID see what happened that night.
As a Jewish girl, I believe in lifetimes. And I think that sweet soul of Jonbenet will have a chance to be born back once again, to people who really will love and protect her. And then she will become, in America- the land of wild improbabilities!- anything or everything her little soul ever dreamed of.