- Apr 22, 2011
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So, given your last sentence, I would think that would make you wonder more about the rest of his statements. Maybe there is much more to Burke Ramsey and the solving of JonBenets death, than anyone thinks.
I think that there are many people who view Burke as a "suspect" in this case. Possible? Sure. But as there is no actual evidence he did anything at all, this theory falls solidly into the realm of theory -- meaning that literally damn near anyone falls into that group.
Assuming any of this interview is even accurate....
This summary was written by the therapist. She begins by saying that Burke was not interested in talking to her at all. She then follows up this statement with negative judgments and conclusions that are all easily explaned by nothing more sinister than an intelligent, depressed, and irritated pre-teen forced to sit through a long interview when he would rather be playing his Nintendo.
Burke KNOWS a whole lot more than what he has publicly revealed. If the neighbor heard JB scream (assuming she really did) then EVERYONE in the Ramsey house heard it. How could they not? The idea that no one heard it other than the nextdoor neighbor is silly. Burke knows exactly what went on in that house while JB was being murdered, and he knows what went on when the coverup was taking place.