I think the Ramseys first got lucky because of the lack of experience of the first officers and detectives that arrived, then the damage done because the crime scene was so completely compromised. Their real lucky break (imo) was the problems between the BPD and the DAs office. This case is brand new to me. I say brand new because Im just now getting into the specifics of the case. Ive always followed it, but only knew what I saw on TV. Ive read Death of Innocence, but still didnt get a real gut feeling about who did this. So now Im reading Steve Thomas book to get a different perspective. Ive always been a fence sitter as well because I could not imagine any parent doing this to their child. I never put any stock in this Karr guy either. From the beginning I thought he was a loon. I still cant decide on whom I think killed this precious child, but I am sure of this, Patsy Ramsey wrote that ransom note. Whether she was covering up for her son, her husband, or herself I have no idea, but I now do believe that the Ramseys were involved. I think this case could have possibly been solved in the beginning if not for the uncontrolled crime scene, lack of cooperation by the parents and their family & friends, and problems between investigators. I think if it had been handled correctly from the beginning, the Ramsey's would have been held accountable for the murder or cover up at least. Questions I guess Ive missed this somewhere, but what was the condition of JonBenets bedding after the morning of December 26th. Were her sheets still on her bed? Were they wet or soiled? Were they in the washer? Were any other panties found besides the size 12s that she was found in? I think two good things have come of this false confession from Karr. 1.) People are aware of him and hopefully hell be sentenced on the child pornography charges, 2.) I think more people (like me) will become interested in this case to find the truth and seek justice for this beautiful child, JonBenet. To JonBenet - God Bless you sweet child. :angel: May there soon be justice for you.