ARDI, an IDI theory that states that AMY RAPIST DID IT Listen Carefully! The following contains graphic material. Viewer discretion is advised. "Do or do not do, there is no try" "I don't believe it" "That is why you failed" The following aspects of an "intruder" is what Luke Skywalker would say "you ask for the impossible" 1- that he would have an unforced access to the R's house, 2- while they were away, 3- wait around for several hours undetected, 4- kidnap and assault JB 5- leave undetected. Now, this is a truly unusual signature for an intruder sexual assault kidnapping. In fact, it is unique. Intruder assaults and kidnappings do happen, although their frequency is so low as to make them the rarest of all molestations and assaults on children. We can search the annals of such cases going back to the 19th century without finding anything remotely resembling the Ramsey case. Intruders, particularly strangers, do not make unforced entries. At the very least, this suggests an intruder who had some access to the house. Kidnappers do not linger to write long ransom notes, and sexual predators do not assault their prey in the house where the abduction takes place; screams could bring unwanted attention. ]Most of all, vicious sex killers do not carefully bathe, dress and wrap their victims. They are more likely to leave them displayed as a message than to hide them in the deepest corner of the basement. Do you agree w/the above? Yes, I do. So do the profilers. None. It changes nothing. You don't seem to understand. Even if there ARE counterexamples (and I've yet to find a case even remotely like this one), it does not alter the fact that RDI is the simplest of the two explanations. That's my opinion, anyway. The problem as I see it, and again, this is MY OPINION, is that it's one thing to take an aspect from this case or that case, but I have yet to find a case where ALL of the aspects come together like this one would had to have happen to believe IDI. Let me put that another way: every single piece of evidence in this case can be argued back and forth. But when you look at the "big picture," when you take an holistic view, the conclusion is inescapable. Let me be even more succinct: there is not one single thing that proves RDI. It's the combination of everything. - Master SD-WON I agree that "Intruder assaults and kidnappings do happen, although their frequency is so low as to make them the rarest of all molestations and assaults on children" I disagree "We can search the annals of such cases going back to the 19th century without finding anything remotely resembling the Ramsey case" We need only go forwards in time 9 months, just a few blocks away actually. Intruders, particularly strangers, do not make unforced entries. Coincidentally, there was one intruder who *did* and the house had a burglar alarm! sexual predators do not assault their prey in the house where the abduction takes place; screams could bring unwanted attention. yet that is exactly what happened!!! Now, this is a truly unusual signature for an intruder sexual assault kidnapping. Indeed. It happened just 9 months afterwards and just a few houses away by a young woman who attended same dance studio as JB http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2004/12/16/48hours/ main661569.shtml (CBS) Eight years after the death of JonBenet Ramsey, her murder remains unsolved. But according to a report to be broadcast Saturday by 48 Hours Mystery, JonBenet's parents, Patsy and John, are no longer the focus of the murder investigation. Correspondent Erin Moriarty also reports that there is new evidence that JonBenet's killer, who investigators now believe was an intruder, may have tried to kill again. Her report will be broadcast on 48 Hours Mystery, Saturday at 10 p.m. ET/PT. The other victim, investigators say, was a little girl identified as "Amy," who took dance lessons at the same school as JonBenet, and was attacked and sexually assaulted at night in her bedroom on Sept. 14, 1997. An investigator at Denver's police crime lab for forensics says DNA found at the Ramsey murder scene came from a male who was not associated with the case, thus ruling out family members as well as a convicted sex offender in Boulder who had been mentioned as a suspect. Why are investigators linking the Amy incident with the Ramsey case? "This guy called her by name, so they think he targeted her," Moriarty said Friday on The Early Show. "Also, he hid out in the house. He didn't steal anything. He was there to molest her and that's exactly what the Ramseys say happened in their case." In silhouette for the broadcast, Amy's father says, "The first thing that occurred to us was that it was parallel to the Ramsey case, because it was exactly the same situation." "When I told the police detectives about the information I had [following the attack], they were completely uninterested in it," he told 48 Hours. In fact, the Boulder police dismissed any links to the Ramsey case and didn't bother to make a composite sketch of the intruder based on the mother's eyewitness description. The 'Amy' Case: Nine months after JonBenet was killed, an intruder broke into the home of another Boulder couple and sexually assaulted their eight-year-old daughter in her bedroom. The intruder was scared away when Amy's mother woke up. Struck by the similarities with JonBenet's case, Amy's parents reported the attack to the JonBenet investigators, but at the time, they "were completely uninterested in it," Amy's father told CBS. That night, Amy's father was out of town. After catching a movie, Amy and her mother jonbenetramsey.pbworks.com/Acquaintance-Intruder-Theories Amy & mother has a picture and description of her rapist. Things to keep in mind about Amy's Rapist Now, this is a truly unusual signature for an intruder sexual assault kidnapping. In fact, it is unique. Intruder assaults and kidnappings do happen, although their frequency is so low as to make them the rarest of all molestations and assaults on children. Intruders, particularly strangers, do not make unforced entries. At the very least, this suggests an intruder who had some access to the house. Kidnappers do not linger to write long ransom notes, and sexual predators do not assault their prey in the house where the abduction takes place; screams could bring unwanted attention like Amy's mother? if Amy's rapist did the same thing in R's house that night, he would have entered, with no obvious forced entry. He would have stayed inside the house for several hours, quite possibly writing an RN to mislead LE. He would have kidnapped and sexually assaulted JB (Amy states it was oral sex, not penile-vaginal, no semen) made her keep quiet. It's obvious Amy's life was in danger, and Amy's rapist threatened to kill Amy unless she kept quiet. Amy's rapist apparently did not bring nor leave with anything. What if Amy's mother DID NOT WAKE UP? Apparently Amy's rapist would have probably taken a heavy object and struck Amy's head, and tied her up, and left. So we'd all be speculating if Amy's mother killed Amy in a fit of rage, and then staged the crime scene to make it look like some phantom rapist in imitation of JB. The other thing is that this rapist almost certainly heard of JB, risked capture, risk getting caught, risked LE attempting to pin the blame of JB death on him in these events. The accumulation of evidence -- the linguistic evidence of McDermitt that PR did NOT author the RN, to evidence that the RN does NOT show Francophillic and motherly tone, to counterexamples to claims about the length of the RN, to claims about uniqueness of the crime, is all piling up There's an easy way to test ARDI. After Amy's rape, hopefully she had a rape exam. Maybe not. I don't know. If she did, and if they collected her pubic hair, and other articles, then perhaps the perp saliva is on it as the result of cunnlingus, so there is a transfer of his saliva on her hair. If they can test that DNA, and that DNA profile matched JB, then what can I say but this? AND HENCE You're beaten. It is useless to resist. Don't let yourself be destroyed, as SD-WON was.