I can understand why John and Patsy did not remove JonBenet's body from the house, if they were involved in her death. JonBenet was still their daughter, and they had that obvious parent-child connection with her. There was no way that they were going to dump her body in the Colorado wilderness, for it to get taken over by animals and maggots, and possibly never found. I wouldn't be surprised if that was a conversation that went on in their house during 12/25-12/26. However, I cannot understand why an intruder would not remove JonBenet's body from the house, when she was alive or when she was dead. If he took her from her bedroom, the front door is closer than the basement window, which was, according to IDI theories, his entrance and exit-point. Why didn't he just go out the front door, especially if he had apparently used a stun gun on her? Now, IDI's say that JonBenet was killed in the basement, but she wasn't removed from the house because she couldn't fit in the suitcase. Once again, I ask, why didn't the intruder carry her body out the front door? IDI's say: He was nervous that he would be caught and wanted to get out of there as soon as possible. Um, anyone who sneaks into a huge house to kidnap a 6-year-old who they then murder in the basement, is obviously a bit of risk taker, and would probably love to get one floor closer to the parents and sibling.