The part of the RN reads "Any deviation of my instructions will result in the immediate execution of your daughter. You will also be denied her remains for proper burial. The two gentlemen watching over your daughter do not particularly like you so I advise you not to provoke them. Speaking to anyone about your situation such as police or F.B.I. will result in your daughter being beheaded." The RDI explanation for this is staging, PR or JR PR/JR wrote the RN to explain their dead daughter in basement, they "deviated" from the RN's "instructions" and hence their daughter died. Does this make sense? If the R's were going to stage the crime scene, and they were perverse enough to strike her, violate her vagina with a paintbrush, and bound and garrotte her, wouldn't it be simply to carry the dead body out of the house, and attempt to hide it somewhere else? Wouldn't this idea occur first? If they want to go with the "deviated the RN"s instructions so your daughter is dead" it would make some sense for the R's to think there was a delay from the time they read the RN, to the time JB's body was found, and the reason she was killed was deviated RN instructions. No garrotte, paintbrush, skull fracture staging need to be explained. If both PR and JR wrote the RN and wrote this part, how, in their mind, did they think they can fool anyone that the terms of the RN instruction were deviated if the RN and JB were found in the house, it would have been obvious to them and to everyone that JB was dead all this time? To any outside observer, JB was dead before the R's did anything, and would have been dead no matter what they did or who they contacted. So the RN doesn't explain why JB's body is dead and in the basement. In other words, it doesn't make sense that PR would write the RN threatening to have JB executed while JB's corpse is in the basement b/c their attempt to explain her death as a violation of the terms of the RN (speak to anyone about her) since it is transparent to everyone that JB was dead all along. How does PR writing the RN explain away the dead JB in her basement? Why, for violating the term of not contacting the authority. But she was dead all along. That's obvious to everyone. PR and JR would not need to explain JB' corpse in the basement if they took it to another location (then they could plausibly argue she was murdered b/c they contacted LE) If PR and JR could violate their dead child, they could certainly remove her from the premises. The RN note would only explain JB's death as a violation of the term of the RN "Any deviation of my instructions will result in the immediate execution of your daughter" if JB was found dead outside the house, hidden somewhere else. At the time PR wrote it and then decided to contact LE, they had no control over the ensuing investigation, including the possibility they would be asked to leave the house and the house sealed as a crime scene. NO RN would have been more predictable in the control over the subsequent turn of events than the RN.