It is well understood that the most critical piece of evidence in the case is the "note" Patsy Ramsey claims she found on the stairs. Setting the "handwriting" aside - let's look at the abundance of other clues the writer gave us in writing that note. One came to my attention today in browsing through the Ramsey's own book. Patsy is talking about a "message of appreciation" she and John wrote and had printed on the back of the liturgy program for the Dec. 1997 rememberance service held for JonBenet in Boulder. Patsy writes (pg. 234): "In composing this expression of appreciation, John and I had each written a version. With both copies in hand, John dictated and I typed at the computer as we merged the two into one." Whoa. Here we have PROOF that John and Patsy practiced John dictating and Patsy writing!! Just as has been suspected in the writing of the "ransom" note. Again - it is not just "one" thing that points to the Ramseys as the author's of that note, but a combination of things. To the point of rendering the suggestion of some stranger/intruder/kidnapper/pedophile as the author as simply ridiculous. We of course also have the now well-known clues such as: "and hence", the ransom demand of $118,000 (same as John's bonus that year), the use of the word "gentlemen" which Patsy and her family use and she also uses in her book (pg. 57), the familiar term "John" departing from the intial "Mr. Ramsey", the frequent departure from the use of "we" to "I", the use of the term used in the family "use that good southern common sense", the use of the term "fat cat" (Patsy's dad used the word "cats" when referring to others too), the phrases used to "be well rested", "bring an adequate sized attache', and the sheer extreme length of the note suggesting panic and desperation on the part of the note writer to DIVERT attention away from what would be so very obvious as to who caused the death of JonBenet. And they wonder why they are not removed from under the umbrella of suspicion.