John Ramsey asked the police how many people they needed to talk to in order to see the kind of people the Ramseys were (paraphrased). My answer would have been "Primarily two - you and Patsy" but that's another issue! Anyway, on her forum, jameson posted the following. She is referring to the fact that when John Ramsey gave family friend Judith Phillips a lift in his car, JonBenet got to sit in the front, whilst Judith had to sit in the rear seat of the car. jameson says:- http://www.webbsleuths.org/dcforum/DCForumID61/1027.html#8 My comment is that no matter who the adult was that I gave a lift to - my kids would ALWAYS sit in the rear. It's a matter of common courtesy. This speaks volumes to me about John Ramsey's character. The more I have found out about John Ramsey, the more I have considered him to be a nasty man and this little incident only serves to support my feelings. Yes - I think it shows a disregard for Judith Phillips but a better person would have had the self-discipline to put common courtesy and 'teaching your children good manners' above all that. That he didn't/couldn't - speaks volumes about John's character. I believe that John Ramsey has an inflated ego and sense of status. I think the Ramseys lack of co-operation in the case is all about that.