Where did John go....

Discussion in 'JonBenet Ramsey' started by wonderllama, Feb 3, 2011.

  1. UKGuy

    UKGuy Well-Known Member

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    Exactly my point. Now the only other reference to bloodstains were her shirt, her body and underwear e.g. size-12's. So tantalisingly, although the BPD know the location of those nightgown bloodstains and we do not. Lets assume at one point JonBenet was dressed in all three, then its possible the bloodstains are prior to the longjohns arriving? And that the barbie nightgown was bloodstained either as a result of an actual sexual assault or/and the staging of the latter?

    Curiously the bloodstains are cataloged as #17A, #17C Bloodstains from nightgown, From which I assume there is a bloodstain #17B, or more?

    Also according to the above and courtesy of Tom Haney:
    We have a white blanket wrapped around a pink barbie nightgown inside of which is a barbie doll.

    I guess there are no bloodstains on the barbie-doll?


    Sure and the urine release is not inconsistent with the above since it comes after the sexual assault and cleanup. Was it you who cited something about dead people and bleeding?

    Sure , but its presence along with the doll means any IDI theory has a lot of explaining to do?


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  2. UKGuy

    UKGuy Well-Known Member

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    joeskidbeck,

    Thanks for this. Seems there is no definitive description of where this was found. Notably Fleet White never mentioned anything about the pink nightgown or barbie doll. Just the duct tape, which he probably realised was old and had been reused e.g. suggesting staging?

    So was the function of the white blanket, as I mentioned before, to hide forensic evidence?



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  3. DeeDee249

    DeeDee249 Well-Known Member

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    It was me. Dead people don't "bleed" but blood can ooze a bit before it gels. BTW, when the blood gels, livor mortis is fixed at that point. And of course, any significant wound inflicted while alive would produce blood leaking from the body.
     
  4. UKGuy

    UKGuy Well-Known Member

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    DeeDee249,

    So assuming there is no postmortem oozing? Its likely the bloodstains are prior to the longjohns.

    Also, rhetorically, no bloodstains on the longjohns just her size-12's, how come?


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  5. DeeDee249

    DeeDee249 Well-Known Member

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    There was only a very tiny amount of blood on the panties- a few drops. I believe whoever put the panties on was never aware of the blood drops. They were put on her clean, and there was not enough blood that oozed to stain the longjohns as well. So there was no blood visible just looking at her. The blood is described as being "on the inner aspect" of the crotch of the panties. It did not bleed through to the other side. There was semi-fluid blood found in her vagina at the autopsy. Again, no great amount found there, but NO blood at all should be found in the vagina of a child. That semi-fluid blood, not yet completely coagulated, was probably the source of the drops of blood on the panties.
     
  6. BOESP

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    Wasn't the vaginal semi-liquid described as semi-liquid light red fluid?

    Does anyone know what color Desitin Ointment is?

    What I'm suggesting is, based on the autopsy wording, the semi-liquid may not have been blood.
     
  7. SunnieRN

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    Desitin is white. Like a paste consistency almost.
     
  8. BOESP

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    Wasn't the vaginal semi-liquid described as semi-liquid light red fluid?

    Does anyone know what color Desitin Ointment is?

    What I'm suggesting is, based on the autopsy wording, the semi-liquid may not have been blood.
     
  9. Ames

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    I don't know if it was after the deadline for the call had passed or not...but, I know that if my daughter was kidnapped, I would sit by that phone all day long, if I needed to. Maybe the kidnappers hit a snag...got got in traffic, etc. You just don't throw up your hands and say..."OH well...the call didn't come at the time that it was supposed to, so I will just go and look through my mail, or disappear for awhile." The call...if it had of been a REAL kidnapping....COULD have eventually came, even if it wasn't at the appointed time.
     
  10. Ames

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    I have raised three children...Desitin is white, and sorta pasty or sticky. So that it will stay put, on a child with diaper rash.
     
  11. txsvicki

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    Wasn't it said that blood had been wiped from the thighs where they originally thought there might be semen?
     
  12. madeleine

    madeleine Well-Known Member

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    it's been said that he was away for about an hour.wouldn't someone have noticed it though,one of the friends?it's unusual.if LA was worried about him being missing why didn't she ask around,maybe someone saw him.too bad she came forward with this "concern" of hers so late,too late.
     
  13. MurriFlower

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    Just another red herring I think, maddy.
     
  14. SunnieRN

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    People noted Johns strange behavior that day. He isolated himself. He didn't interact with the victim advocates, Patsy or his friends that were present. Maybe he was trying to figure how he was going to throw them all under the bus!

    From this article:
    By Todd Hartman, Rocky Mountain News
    August 26, 2006

    • Ramseys behavior: Some Boulder police think John and Patsy acted oddly on the day JonBenet's body was discovered. They say the couple didn't comfort each other. They wondered why John was off by himself and why Patsy covered her face and peeked through her fingers. Police also point to the Ramseys' resistance to formal police interviews until four months after the murder as highly suspicious. A Ramsey spokesman blasts the police analysis of the couple's behavior, asking just how parents were supposed to act in such a situation.

    From a Denver Post Article:
    By Karen Augé and Marilyn Robinson
    Denver Post Staff Writers

    April 10

    Thomas believes, though, that John Ramsey did lie about when he found JonBenét's body in the basement of the family's home. Ramsey was unaccounted for, according to Linda Arndt, the only detective on the scene at the time, for about an hour the morning of Dec. 26.

    "Frankly, I think that's when he found the body," Thomas said last week.

    Later, when Arndt asked Ramsey and former family friend Fleet White to search the house again, Ramsey "made a beeline" for the tiny dark room where his daughter's body lay.

    Thomas said Ramsey's son, John Andrew Ramsey, told investigators his father told him that day that he had found JonBenét's body at 11 a.m. It was after 1 p.m. when Ramsey carried JonBenét's body from the basement.

    Anyway, there are a lot more examples. I listed the last one, due to the statement concerning JAR. Was this an error? Interesting for sure.
     
  15. DeeDee249

    DeeDee249 Well-Known Member

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    The semi-fluid substance was blood in the process of becoming gel-like after death. Desitin ointment is white, thick and pasty. It is made with zinc. Easily tested for. None was found. Blood (stated in the autopsy as BLOOD) was found on the forchette, part of the vagina, as well as other areas.
    Desitin is used for diaper rash. It coats the skin and prevents urine from burning the skin. It would not be used for the type of irritations JB had and never used internally. It has a distinctive sweet odor and a coroner would not mistake it for a body fluid, but would note it as a foreign substance, as he did with the birefringent material.
    I am always stunned when anything else is suggested in order to avoid the ONE thing we are all SURE of- she was assaulted by someone with enough force to cause bleeding. Blood in the vagina, blood on her thighs and external pubic area. REAL blood, tested and determined by a coroner to be HER BLOOD. It wasn't diaper cream, bubblebath or anything else. It was BLOOD.
     
  16. Ames

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    Okay...I meant to say..."GOT STUCK in traffic".
     

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