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Discussion in 'JonBenet Ramsey' started by Bev, Sep 7, 2006.

  1. UKGuy

    UKGuy Well-Known Member

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    MURDERER_SERVANT,

    Apparently not. Yet if BR owned more than one pocketknife he could have had one in his pocket.

    Linda Hoffmann Pugh the Ramsey's Housekeeper says this about BR whittling:

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  2. sedndun

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    Have the doorknobs/handles in the home ever been checked as a possible point of impact?

    As a child I was entering a classroom as another was escaping (literally, he had hit the teacher with a chair and was running for his life.) He kicked the door open as I was reaching for it from the other side, and I took a blow to the forehead. I felt nauseous, and minutes later blacked out.

    So this is more of a personal experience than a theory, but if I had also impacted a knob or handle instead of the flat side of the door, I think a fracture would have been not only possible but likely. A door opened or closed with force can be a weapon in its own right.

    I assume every single door-handle in that home was tested for prints, but was there perhaps anything else found or looked for?
     
  3. kanzz

    kanzz kanzz=kansas

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    The problem I have with JB's body moving toward an object, rather than an object moving toward her head, is speed. In order to cause the kind of skull fracture she sustained, she would have to have been moving at a speed of approximately 30 or more mph. She weighed 45 lbs. It would be very difficult for anyone to swing her body at that speed.
    Generally speaking, lighter items are easier to swing fast. A bat or a Maglite weigh about the same. A 10 year old could swing one 60 mph.
    http://www.livestrong.com/article/403085
     
  4. flourish

    flourish Now With 30% More Emo

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    I have wondered about a doorknob. If she and the door were both moving and slammed into one another? IDK. I too was hit by a door as a child. A couple times at least. The door going out to the garage shared a landing with the stairs leading to our basement and the door was heavy and tended to stick and if the timing was just right someone would open the door forcefully and I'd happen to be on the landing on the other side and bam! Flourish flies down the stairs. Ugh once I was holding a peanut butter and marshmallow fluff sandwich at the time of impact. Getting that out of my hair was not fun.
     
  5. AlGx

    AlGx Member

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    Just read this topic from page one.. the questions in this case are endless!
    Here are a few I have-

    1. What happened to the pineapple bowl? Did the police ever search the fridge/freezer and find any pineapple?
    2. What happened to the My Twin Doll?
    3. Did they ever test the black duck tape dispenser seen in basement pics?
    4. Did they test the bristle end of paintbrush found in paint tray?
    5. What about american girl doll- where they able to track down card used for payment?
    6. Did they manage to identify about unidentified palm print on found on the wine cellar door?
    7. What happened with the pubic hair found in white blanket JB was found wrapped in?
     
  6. BoldBear

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    They found prints on the bowl. Pineapple was kept in the walk-in fridge. Patsy didn't remember buying it.

    From what I can recall, they don't know what happened to it. Keep in mind some of these items were brought up 4 months after the murder when the Ramseys were officially interviewed. Investigators wouldn't have known that particular items may have been important days or weeks after the murder because they didn't have access to the family members.

    There was black tape on the backs of the paintings in the house too. None of it was matched to the tape that covered her mouth.

    It was taken into evidence.

    I have no clue on this one. I remember reading about the question, but I haven't seen an answer.

    The palm print was sourced and belonged to a member of the family.

    The pubic hair wasn't a pubic hair. It was more like a hair from Patsy's arm. DNA indicated that it probably belonged to Patsy.

    One of my favorite ways to search for facts in this case is from www.acandyrose.com. It's easy with a site specific google search:

    "site:acandyrose.com jonbenet pubic hair"

    If you want to search for something other than "pubic hair", just replace those words with other key words.

    Please correct me where I may have been mistaken.
     
  7. AlGx

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    Ah right. I wonder if they found the pineapple in a tub you can buy from the supermarket if you know what I mean. Wonder if they went as far as fingerprinting the tub it was in..
     
  8. AlGx

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    What phone was used for the 911 call on the morning of 26th? I know that Rs said they used the phone in the kitchen, but you never know with the Rs...
     
  9. BoldBear

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    Patsy's deposition about the pineapple is on ACR. Patsy goes into detail about how she purchased pineapple that was already cored, but she denies purchasing any pineapple.
     
  10. BoldBear

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    There's been some argument about what phone they used. The argument being that if they used the kitchen phone gravity would have hung-up the phone and there wouldn't be any conversation heard afterward. But the phone they reported to use was the kitchen phone with the ransom note placed on the floor in the back hallway. John knelt down on his hands and knees (in his underwear) to quickly read the note.
     
  11. HarmonyE.

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    Shock fueled by adrenaline and a desperate need to draw attention away from her surviving child at all cost.
     
  12. AlGx

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    Something I have always wondered- the Intruder went in a killed a little girl in a horrible way. The house must have had so much valuable stuff in it seen as the family were worth millions- why would't the intruder rob some stuff? I've got a feeling this wasn't his intent but..
     
  13. AlGx

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    Did they test the other paintbrushes found in the tote near the wine cellar?
    And could they test the paint brush shards found on the floor?
     
  14. andreww

    andreww Former Member

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    Test for what? DNA? Testing is expensive and time consuming and wouldn't have been done unless investigators had good evidence that it was handled by the killer.
     
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    andreww Former Member

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    Not sure if you are being sarcastic or not, but there was no intruder.
     
  16. AndHence

    AndHence Active Member

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    An intruder who didn't ask for much money or steal anything from the house. A kidnapper who didn't kidnap anyone. A pedophile who left very little behind in the way of forensics and whose abuse appeared to be superficial and possibly a cover for other aspects of the crime. A vicious murderer who redressed and wrapped his victim and hid her for an unknown purpose.
     
  17. HarmonyE.

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    A vicious murderer pedophile and would be kidnapper who had handwriting startlingly similar to that of the victim's mother...
     
  18. DrollForeignFaction

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    I found something interesting reading an old Daily Camera article about the 2000 interviews in Atlanta. As you may recall, the Ramseys consented to the interview after police/prosecutors hinted another grand jury could be convened and the Rams would be forced to testify under different circumstances than they would have during the first grand jury. Thanks to recent legislation, the Ramseys would still have access to any previous statements they'd made, but they would no longer have access to statements other people had made about them prior to testifying.

    Anyway, Hunter made this comment about the upcoming interview:
    http://web.dailycamera.com/extra/ramsey/2000/28arams.html

    It's been a while since I looked at the Atlanta interviews but now I wonder which questions came from Henry Lee.
     
  19. UKGuy

    UKGuy Well-Known Member

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    DrollForeignFaction,
    Might be the fiber questions:

    This is when I reckoned JR wiped JonBenet down, see the Coroner's verbatim remarks.

    Their linking both Patsy and John to the crime-scene with these fiber samples.

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  20. AlGx

    AlGx Member

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    Anyone know if there was a CCTV camera in the garage? heard Rumors there was?
    Did police check whether the engine on the Ramseys car was still hot like the car had been used?
     

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