I have read literally hundreds of different things on these boards concerning this case. I have looked at some of the documents provided on some websites, etc., so I want to know what are the exact true facts of this case? I don't want the theories or heresay, just what are the actual facts? The ransome note- Did ALL the experts conclude that Patsy was the ONLY person tested in any way, shape or form that could not be eliminated? The DNA (even though this is not a good DNA case)- What was the DNA? Someone said possibly saliva on a previous post. What was John's DNA found on the panties that some have mentioned? FACTS only though. The fibers- Fibers from Patsy's clothing found how on the garotte? Embedded? Just on it? Was there any conclusion as to how they may have been transferred? The 911 call- Did they really find there was additional "conversation" after Patsy believed the phone was hung up? What was the final conclusion to this? DID John really take a long walk on the 26th? Was the window in the basement broken, was there evidence of a possible entry via the window? Was the pantry door really opened and/or unlocked? I agree that Tracey may be pointing the finger at the wrong person in stating Steven whoever is a prime suspect but I really want to know what the actual facts are, not the hearsay or the opinions of those of us here who have this knowledge possibly third hand. I am just trying to understand all of this. There are so many conflicting stories/theories/arguements about this. I pray to God every day that justice can be found in this case, albeit the Ramsey's or any other person involved. I would hate to be so accusatory to someone innocent in this. And after all the abuse the Ramsey's have taken and the accusations, I would hate to think they really are innocent and have not only gone through the death of their beloved daughter but also been accused of such a heinous crime against someone they treasured so dearly. If they did do this, I do think they deserve all of this hell and more, but innocent until proven guilty is the American way set forth by our forefathers and we should not forget that.