Hunting JonBenét’s Killer: The Untold Story Thurs Apr 11 A&E, 9pm

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    Tadpole12 Well-Known Member

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    Prince Harry’s paternity nightmare and the Royal Family changed forever, in this week’s dubious tabloids

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    "The perennial ‘Enquirer’ obsession with the 1996 slaying of child pageant tot JonBenet Ramsey brings us to this week’s offering: “JonBenet Dad’s Stunning Confession!” Does he admit to playing a role in the murder? Does he know who killed his daughter? No. John Ramsey’s “stunning confession” - “he was thrown into a state of disbelief after learning he was the prime suspect.” A father’s shock at being considered a suspect in his daughter’s death is hardly stunning. It’s entirely predictable. And it’s not exactly a confession, since he made no secret of his horror at being considered a possible killer. The only shock is that the ‘Enquirer’ imagines it can get away with such an old story 23 years after the event."
     
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    Beltonian,
    I thought this Last Photo was taken at the White's, otherwise that means nobody took photos of JonBenet, which I doubt?

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    Tadpole12,
    Ever considered because John was prime suspect in the sexual assault and homicide of his daughter nobody in his elite circle wanted to work or socialize with him, so he has new career now: he is in the Entertainment Business?

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    UKGuy, thank you, I was not sure if that photo was taken at Ramsey's house on Dec.25 by JR or PR or at the party at White's residence...
     
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    Beltonian,
    I'm not sure either, but if it was taken at the Ramsey house before setting out for the White's Party, why did nobody take a photo of JonBenet at the White's, even an accidental image with JonBenet caught in the background or in the frame? Anyone at the White's party with such an image would be sitting on a lot of money, since they would own the Last Image and all the copyright rights, etc.

    Also who took the photo at the Ramsey house?
     
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    "since they would own the Last Image and all the copyright rights, etc." UK

    so it has to be a photo owned by JR, even if included within LS's files, his family would have no right to sale?

    The new last photo is not discussed in transcripts of the BP interviews with the Ramseys?
     
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    It seems that really not a single other photo from the party exists ( or was seen) and it is super strange...Maybe they were simply destroyed or taken from Whites by Ramsey family? There is also a chance that LE has them...
     
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    Cyril Wecht, John McIntire bring pathological talk to Lincoln Park

    Cyril Wecht, John McIntire bring pathological talk to Lincoln Park

    May 5, 2019

    “An Evening of Pathological Conversation”

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    "As one of the world’s leading forensic pathologists, Wecht has appeared on countless TV news programs, giving his expert opinion on such headline-grabbing cases as the murder of JonBenet Ramsey, … Wecht is ready to talk about each one of those cases and others when he speaks May 11 from the main stage at the Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center in Midland."

    Apparently, CW does not keep mum about the case.
     
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    Cottonstar Victimologist|Misdirectionist

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    Wow. Bynum still keeping up the charade as well. Bynum and John still doing business dealings together in Moab, Utah.
     
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    RedTail is still in operation, JR as President.
     
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    Tadpole12 Well-Known Member

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    Looking forward to the "AMA with Mark Olshaker, who along with John Douglas, has written many true crime books including the landmark "MindHunter". Their newest book, "The Killer Across the Table" examines 4 cases. | AMA scheduled for Fri., May 17th, 4-6pm EDT right here on r/SerialKillersPlease Read (self.serialkillers)"
    Hopefully some questions about JBR
    (tiddeR)
     
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    Mark_Olshaker- Verified
    "There have been a lot of fascinating ones, each in their own way.
    The most fascinating ones are the ones that have no obvious solution,
    such as the JonBenet Ramsey murder in Boulder, Colorado.
    John became convinced that the parents couldn't possibly have committed the murder,
    for reasons we explain in detail in both
    THE CASES THAT HAUNT US and LAW & DISORDER. ...


    Question: Do you and Mr. Douglas have any opinions on whether
    or not the killer of Jonbenét Ramsey could actually be
    an undetected serial killer?
    It seems like a pretty extreme murder for a "first time". Thank you.

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    Mark_Olshaker- Verified
    We think it is unlikely, though not out of the question,
    as long as he remains undetected. There are a number of suspects
    who have been considered, included one who committed suicide.
    I think if it had been a serial killer, we would have seen
    similar signature elements and victims of preference in other crimes.
     
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    But still no reward fund to find the killer. What happened to the original reward fund?
     
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    The cops have the photos taken at the White’s party.
     
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    David Rogers,
    Does this mean no photographs were taken of JonBenet at the White's Christmas Party?

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    And you know this how?
     
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    Perfect Murder, Perfect Town by Lawrence Schiller - Read Online

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    "At the house, John Ramsey gave the police a roll of undeveloped film taken at their Christmas party on December 23. He said it might contain an image of Linda Hoffmann-Pugh. A few minutes later, it was taken to Mike’s Camera on Pearl Street for processing. The photos would be ready at noon."

    "During this period of time Fleet White left the house to obtain a roll of film he’d taken at the Ramseys’ Christmas party, returning 30 minutes later. At the same time John Ramsey began to open his mail in the kitchen."


    crimescene-ransomnote.htm

    "(Notations in italics by Don Gentile and David Wright from 'The files of the National Enquirer: "Patsy was shown photos taken off a roll of film that John Ramsey turned over to the police in the hours before JonBenet's body was found. The roll was in the camera he used to take pictures that Christmas. To get the film to the end of the roll, John snapped off the lasts few shots. In doing so he inadvertently photographed the wet bar near the foot of the spiral staircase. The photo showed a black and red scarf left on the sink counter there. Patsy couldn't say whether it was John's scarf or one she had given out as gifts to the men who attended the Ramsey Christams party on the 23rd.")"
     
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    Ramsey party not equal to White's party.

    Scarfs de rigueur when exactly?
     
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    The “Last Photo” of JonBenet has been cropped from a larger image. It may or may not be from the White’s party. It may be before the White’s party. Law enforcement does have the photos taken at the White’s party. They had the photos at the John and Patsy interviews.
     
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    Interesting, David Rogers, thank you ...I wonder what on those photos if they still remain sealed...Or maybe nothing of importance? Hmm
     
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