Is a "10 yr old" capable of murdering his sister

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  1. ivy3roses

    ivy3roses New Member

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    Could her brother have done this, whether accidently or jelousy set in. I saw his interview shortly after his sisters death. Kinda of an odd attitude, no sadness in his features, almost puppet like.
     


  2. GiantPickle

    GiantPickle Well-Known Member

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    yes - a ten year old is capable. im not sure that her brother did murder her, but he may have accidentally mortally injured her.
     
  3. Parabellum00

    Parabellum00 New Member

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    I always thought maybe he did something and their mom tried covering it up so he wouldn’t get into trouble. Maybe he was just jealous of the attention she was getting.
     
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  4. Avifire

    Avifire New Member

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    Yes, a 10-year-old boy can murder. From what I think, it could be that the sister was bullying him or they were playing together and accidentally got her injured
     
  5. Giaruu

    Giaruu New Member

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    Some children can truly hurt another individual, perhaps they may not understand their own doings but they're certainly capable of doing some terrible things... And 10 years old is not that little too.
     
  6. thedutchessbell

    thedutchessbell New Member

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    I think Burke did it. I think he killed his sister Christmas night. I think he was so jealous of his sister always getting the attention of everyone and new clothes and her hot looks also aroused him. I think that John and Patsy knew that it was BR. And the ransom note was to buy them time to stage the house. To break the window, to place JBR in another room and stage it. Thats why they lawyered-up and why they would not talk to the police. They called the neighbors to destroy the house and crime scene and John went straight down stairs to search for JonBenet and not start upstairs as directed. They wanted to fly away immediately. In one interview, BR put this paper thing over his head and cowered down. He was hiding. Body language doesn't lie. The parents shielded him as much as possible from everyone. I do think PR wrote the note. It was too long for a ransom note. Also, it had too many details of their life that no one would know but them. The exact amount of money JR was to receive. The handwriting was very close to PR. I believe we know that it was Burke who killed his sister JonBenet. The reason it has been so hard for us to believe it was Burke is because of his young tender age. Also, we didn't get a chance to view him enough to get a good profile him. However, if we look at everything else, it all points to a massive cover up with all evidence pointing to Burke. When I took away the prejudice of Burke's young age, looked at the body language of PR when questioned and her hostility. And we think about trained officers and gut instinct that said this officer was in fear for her life when in the presence of JR. I think we just need to focus on the facts! Their son killed their daughter and they had all night to restage the crime scene and build a plausible plot in a few hours. Last but not least... when a guilty murder is caught their affection for the deceased loved one is over the top and they smile real big just like the way Burke smiled. I also thought S.B.T.C. was very interesting. In the Hebrew language YHWH means "Yahweh". I think it was like a secret code from school for Sister Patsy. S.P.T.C. or S.B.T.C. ???
     
  7. thedutchessbell

    thedutchessbell New Member

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    I think Burke did it. I think he killed his sister Christmas night. I think he was so jealous of his sister always getting the attention of everyone and new clothes <modsnip: inappropriate>. I think that John and Patsy knew that it was BR. And the ransom note was to buy them time to stage the house. To break the window, to place JBR in another room and stage it. Thats why they lawyered-up and why they would not talk to the police. They called the neighbors to destroy the house and crime scene and John went straight down stairs to search for JonBenet and not start upstairs as directed. They wanted to fly away immediately. In one interview, BR put this paper thing over his head and cowered down. He was hiding. Body language doesn't lie. The parents shielded him as much as possible from everyone. I do think PR wrote the note. It was too long for a ransom note. Also, it had too many details of their life that no one would know but them. The exact amount of money JR was to receive. The handwriting was very close to PR. I believe we know that it was Burke who killed his sister JonBenet. The reason it has been so hard for us to believe it was Burke is because of his young tender age. Also, we didn't get a chance to view him enough to get a good profile him. However, if we look at everything else, it all points to a massive cover up with all evidence pointing to Burke. When I took away the prejudice of Burke's young age, looked at the body language of PR when questioned and her hostility. And we think about trained officers and gut instinct that said this officer was in fear for her life when in the presence of JR. I think we just need to focus on the facts! Their son killed their daughter and they had all night to restage the crime scene and build a plausible plot in a few hours. Last but not least... when a guilty murder is caught their affection for the deceased loved one is over the top and they smile real big just like the way Burke smiled. I also thought S.B.T.C. was very interesting. In the Hebrew language YHWH means "Yahweh". I think it was like a secret code from school for Sister Patsy. S.P.T.C. or S.B.T.C. ???
     
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  8. tayaway

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    Somebody in the family, either her brother or father, was directly involved in her death. I just got done listening to the Time Suck episode on JonBenet's murder. How could they not know her body was in the basement? The average parent would frantically search high and low, repeatedly, to try and find their missing little girl.
     
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  9. Nova

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    Certainly an almost-10-year-old could strike his sister hard enough to kill her. Whether he could understand murder well enough to form legal "intent" or even "culpable negligence" is an issue for professionals.

    But NO 10-year-old wrote that ransom note! (Well, maybe there's some genius child somewhere who can, but Burke, while seemingly bright, doesn't strike me as THAT brilliant!)
     
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    I don’t think his brother did it. I honestly think her mother killed her, known fact that she has been sexually assaulted for a long while! I believe that her father was sexually attracted to her and acted out on it! And the mother knew about it and that night she actually seen it happen and got really jealous of it! Maybe because the dad wasn’t giving the mother that attention anymore! And in a jealous rage she killed her daughter! Orrr to keep her quite and not say anything to her mother the dad killed her! Because if you enhance the 911 call you can clearly hear her brother say “ what did you do to her?” And they lied to the police officers and said her brother was sleeping at that time! And the hand writing was that of the mother, from the mothers note pad, she was strangled with one of her mothers paint brush handles! The ransom note was more of a ransom letter! As if they had to much time on their hands! And facts from the police officers, they were trying to leave for their trip that day as well! And how come the dad knew where to look when the police looked in all the other places? He moved the cabinet out the way to get to the cellar! When it wouldn’t be possible to move the cabinet out the way for the intruder to get into the home or to place the cabinet back in place after the murder occurred! Or what about them calling the police even after the ransom note said not to or she will be beheaded? Why call not only the police but your family and friends a pastor your neighbors etc etc! They was not worried about anything the ransom letter stated because they wrote it to cover their own tracks! And again HOW COULD THE KILLERS PLACE THE CABINET BACK TO WHERE IS WAS BEFORE ENTERING THAT CELLAR AND LEAVING FROM THAT WINDOW! And the window was broken from the inside! Not the outside!
     
  11. UKGuy

    UKGuy Well-Known Member

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    Sfuson90,
    The explanation for all the stuff being out of place in the basement, e.g. chair, suitcase etc, Is that it was part of an abandoned prior staging. Obviously the idea was the intruder escaped via the broken window.

    John's explanation for the broken window is contradicted by the housekeeper and her husband, i.e. they saw no glass shards anywhere when they moved the Christmas decorations out of the basement.

    John's story about the suitcase sounds contrived, why is he bothering about a suitcase at Christmas time, i.e. John appears to be more houseproud than Patsy, and he is a CEO. Moving suitcases is the housekeepers role.

    Then there is all the Ramsey forensic evidence left on JonBenet which should not be there as John says he lay JonBenet down on her bed and never saw her again that night, Patsy says she never visited the basement again after the 24th and her alleged gift wrapping session.

    So neither parents forensic markers should be on JonBenet who was wearing fresh on clothes, i.e. size-12 underwear, or on the pink barbie nightgown regardless of how it arrived in the wine-cellar.

    Using the paintbrush seems to make it look as if they wanted PDI to be the default theory?

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    The murderer will never be found for two reasons. One or more members of her family are not being honest and law enforcement bungled the case from the get go
     
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    That's what I think- he accidentally injured her, or got angry and lashed out
     
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    My opinion has always been the brother hit her over the head, probably with the heavy flashlight, and accidentally killed her. The parents then covered it up.
     
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    Yes a 10 years old can kill somebody. But a 10 y.o. is just a kid.
    You can't try and convict a kid.
     
  18. Jenny82220

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    They didn’t in this case.
     
  19. UKGuy

    UKGuy Well-Known Member

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    Waller,
    For those in USofA or even Colorado State the more interesting question is : was Burke charged with his sisters death?

    Is this allowed under Colorado statute wrt to a Grand Jury?

    BTW if you are the prosecutor and its a child on child homicide then you might definitely want to arraign a Grand Jury, then forget to file the results?

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    what I think has happened is that a predator or just a man has broken into the house and raped her realised they were looking for her and ran and jumped out of the window when the husband/father sees the girl they all get scared but the mother thinks that the father has committed to the crime and because she loved him she didn't want him to be arrested so she wrote the randsom note to make it look like a man has broken in and up until she died she thought her husband did it and carried on with her story and because she did so the media thought that the family had done it as there are holes in the story all because the mother thought the husband had done it.
     

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