Hi there...am new to this forum here. I remember the Ramsey case back when it first came about, though I've had a revived interest in it in light of the recent developments (although unless something big happens that makes all the pieces fit together, I personally doubt the validity of the Karr suspect actually being the murderer of JonBenet.) Bear with me if I go over ground too well covered already. In reading through various things, something I focused in upon was the objects on the breakfast table. The bowl of pineapple is well known and as I've seen, well discussed. Was a small bowl with fresh pinapple in it, but also a sterling silver spoon that was disproportionate to the bowl's size. I believe only Patsy and Burke's fingerprints were on the bowl, and not JonBenet's. I presume JonBenet's fingerprints also were not on the spoon. Since JonBenet did eat pineapple from that bowl shortly before her death, it is suggestive she ate with her bare hands (which one can certainly do with fresh pineapple)...or if she did use a utensil, it was either missing, or put somewhere (wherever dirty silverware went, I suppose). There was also a box of kleenex on the table. Whether this has any relevance or not can't be said, I suppose. But...perhaps the tissues were used as napkins by whoever was eating the pineapple (JonBenet eating with her bare hands?)? Finally, there was a "water glass" with a used teabag in it, suggesting someone drank tea from it...and as well, was drinking tea as JonBenet ate the pineapple (the bowl and the glass I believe were on different parts of the table, as if two people were sitting at it). JonBenet's fingerprints were not on it...I believe only Pasty's and Burke's was. I myself haven't seen a lot about the tea glass...does anyone know if it was ever tested for DNA? Certainly someone was drinking from it...and who knows who that might have been. Could have been a family member...or the killer. And if a family member was guilty or involved...well, it certainly is curious...as there should have been DNA on the glass. Why in the world was JonBenet sitting at the breakfast table eating pineapple in the middle of Christmas night, and who was sitting with her and drinking tea? I believe this event in the timespan of the murder is very key...because according to the parents, they claimed didn't know of the pineapple on the table or anything else on the table evidently (much less anything else that happened that night) Either there's lying going on...or something more. In any case...it's quite odd for a girl her age to be sitting up late like that and on Christmas night too when she was supposed to get up early the next day. Especially considering she evidently died between 10PM and 6AM, from what I've read.