Either the Ramseys did it or they didn't, but RDI just doesn't stack up. Not for me. I could yet be proven wrong, but I am not optimistic. At the outset of this investigation, BPD were focused almost exclusively on RDI. The police, the media and the general public had already made up their minds: the Ramseys did it. LE were so sure of RDI that evidene that might have exonerated the Ramseys before now was either contaminated, ignored, or given little or no importance. RDI protagonists don't generally inspire me with confidene. Steve Thomas is not the unbiased observer I expect of a professional investigator. He seems to have made it his mission not to find the truth but to find the Ramseys guilty. He jumps to conclusions and latches on to almost anything that might point to the Ramseys' complicity. This includes the dubious notion that the letters S.T.B.C. read backwards were lifted from the open page of a Bible in the Ransey home. Such far-fetched claims lead me to question his judgement in general No, RDI may appeal to popular public sentiment, but it doesn't work for me. But feel free to prove me wrong.