In Tricia's thread on FFJ, she provides a copy of LHP's first chapter: http://www.forumsforjustice.org/forums/showthread.php?t=3952&page=1&pp=12 LHP states: "All of those Tom Clancy novels were suddenly flashing through your mind as JonBenet's body lay before you. What would a clever mystery writer have his antagonist do?" LHP doesn't state whether or not PR is actually into "clever mystery" books or not. She kind of alludes to it. IMO the RN clearly included the mystery/kidnap/movie crime references. If PR was really into that, then I would have had my mind made up long ago. IF LHP was lying about this, it would be misleading and thus very suspect. The RN is key evidence and most agree (even the BPD) that it has those movie references. So, either or, who is being honest and who is familiar with those movie references. Just like that statement, other key evidence presented by LHP brings us to an either or point: the whittling knife hidden in the cupboard by LHP who let PR know where it was. Apparently no one else knew where it was. IMO it would be a remote possibility that anyone else, including an intruder would happen upon it and then use it. But why would PR risk using it? Perhaps in an extreme state of stress logic would not prevail and it was made use of out of immediate convenience (just like the paint brush garrot). I have not heard PR contest LHP's accusation on this. Either PR or LHP knew where that knife was. Either it was used out of convenience or used to implicate PR. There are more either or's. The big one is either LHP is telling the truth or by lying becomes very, very suspect. Especially when IMO the book seems ruthless. Either LHP is trying to right justice or telling a lie. Don't discard the text as just an inflated drama to sell a book.