I've often wondered what OJ Simpson's children think of their father, now that they are grown, and if they believe that he murdered their mother. Same being with Burke. Burke's voice is supposed to be heard during the end of the 911 call, asking his parents, "What did you find?" John Ramsey yelled back, "We're not talking to you." It appears that he was rushed away to a friend's house when the police arrived. Patsy claimed that they were trying to protect him. He was also the one JonBenet turned to first, sometimes climbing into his bed at night. Couldn't she also have confided in him? When Burke turns 18, will the detectives be able to question him about what he remembers happening that night? He has to have overheard conversations between the Ramsey's, telephone calls, etc. I'm sure by now he's formed his own opinion as to what really happened.