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Discussion in 'JonBenet Ramsey' started by JBRMod2, Mar 12, 2005.

  1. joeysta1

    joeysta1 Member

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    My opinion of Burke’s interview is that his answers indicate a very confident person and what appears as awkwardness is his inability to connect emotionally. Markers of a potentially dangerous person. I also believe this case could be solved if two things had been carefully reviewed: the phone calls John made (and to whom) from the evening before until Burke is whisked away, and exactly what happened to Burke in the years after. I’ve never heard facts of either which seems very odd to me as they would be crucial in any comprehensive investigation. It’s likely tracking what happened to Burke would be difficult.
     
  2. Beltonian

    Beltonian Active Member

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    I also believe this case could be solved if two things had been carefully reviewed: the phone calls John made (and to whom) from the evening before until Burke is whisked away, and exactly what happened to Burke in the years after. bbm

    What phone call are you talking about? TIA

    It seems from what is known Burke had a pretty good normal life at home till PR died in 2004.
     
  3. IvyLew

    IvyLew New Member

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    Is it possible an actual small foreign faction murdered JBR? A group of individuals with negative views toward American values. Possibly from a country governed by Sharia Law. You know, the RN addresses John only. I wonder if that's because he is a man. Patsy is not mentioned at all and JBR is only referred to as “your daughter”. Perhaps the foreign faction was angered or offended by JBR's pageant attire. Before September 11, I only associated the word “beheaded” with Henry the 8th. Now I know that it still happens in some parts of the world. Plus the use of the word "execute'. It sounds punitive. After the murder, the killers might have quickly fled out of the country, and that's why there is no DNA match after the crime. The fact they committed the crime on Christmas may be significant as well. This theory is improbable. Wouldn't it be nuts though if the killers were who they say that they were? Let me clarify, I don't believe this was an act sanctioned by a foreign organization but rather a cabal within that organization, like a faction. Maybe the killers acted upon their own authority under a delusional belief that their actions were in accordance with the agenda of the organization that they supposedly represented. Perhaps they were mistaken. Perhaps they came too late to the realization that their goals were not lined up with the goals of the overall organization. The RN was vague, yet it contained cryptic references, as in SBTC. The RN was vague enough not to out the organization directly, but specific enough to permit the organization an opportunity to claim responsibility for the crime after the fact. I can image these rouge killers running back to the organization, as fast as they could run, expecting to be heroes but running into reality instead. Finding out that their actions were not in accordance with the agenda or the best interest of the group that they purportedly represented. Nor did the killers possess the authority to act on the group's behalf. Perhaps the group did not report the offense to the FBI, because they feared retaliation from the US, or they merely didn't want their cause to be tainted by a senseless crime committed by crazy people. Perhaps the affiliation opted to yield their own justice to the rebels instead. If that was the case, I suspect that the killers just like JBR, died viciously.
     
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  4. southernmimi

    southernmimi Well-Known Member

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    I think any intruder or stranger murder theory has been laid to rest after all these years. This case, to me, is as simple as can be. Evenso, it has been thoroughly dissected through the years.
     
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  5. blackcatsarecool

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    I think The murderer was a business associate of JR. He was jealous of JR and infatuated with JBR. I think he was hiding in the house before the family came home from the white's party. After JBR was put to bed and the rest of the family were asleep, Jonbenet was hit in the head with a baseball bat while she was sleeping in her bed. She was then carried down to the basement where the murderer created his visually pleasing scenario, his fantasy of power, tying her hands above her head, placing the duct tape over her mouth, placing the garrote around her neck and then sexually assaulted her. I think he used a condom which is why birefringent material was found in her vagina. he then rolled her over onto her stomach and strangled her with the garrote, which explains why her pants were wet in the front. he placed her in the wine cellar room, cocooning her in with her blanket, like sleeping beauty, creating another fantasy scenario. High on adrenaline, feeling powerful and craving more, he wrote the fake ransom note, fantasising, creating a movie in his head. He placed the note on the stairs and left. He would have loved the media circus that followed. He would have felt invincible, knowing he got away with murder. He would have felt smarter than the police, smarter than the media, smarter than the people. I think he is one very deranged sick man.
     
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    If so blackcat, then why hasn't he struck again? After acting out his fantasies once and getting away with it, could he really refrain from never doing it again? Your theory is very straightforward and quite plausible but I still have those two questions.
     
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    Very valid theory. While I personally think it's more likely that someone in the family did it, I also feel that an intruder theory is still possible - not likely but not impossible.
     

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