Posted on July 19, Part One: She had been molested and suffered a skull fracture prior to her death by strangulation.
On December 26,the beaten and strangled body of six-year-old JonBenet Ramsey was found hidden in the basement of her Boulder, Colorado, home.
Immediately, police and media suspicion focused on her wealthy parents, John Bennet Ramsey and Patricia Patsy Ramsey, as being responsible. Setting stupid conspiracy theories aside, the fact remains that someone viciously slaughtered JonBenet.
Was it a lack of viable suspects? A homicide investigation mishandled right from the start?
Two patrol officers attended and took basic information but did not treat the Ramsey house as a crime scene. She had a ligature cord around her neck, her hands were bound above her head, and her mouth was sealed with duct tape. John Ramsey apparently removed the tape and carried the body up to the living room where it was laid in front of the Christmas tree.
The police were called back and the case began being treated as a homicide. A forensic crime scene examination identified several points of unsecured ingress to the house but no sign of forced entry nor anything to clearly suggest an unauthorized intruder had been present.
Similar pieces of cord were also found in the home.
As well, the pad which the note-paper originated from was located on the main floor, as was the pen used to write it. The Ramsey parents were not formally interviewed, no statements were taken, and continuity of the note—being a prime piece of evidence—as well as its forensic treatment was questionably handled.
She was dressed in a white nightie and white panties with white tights overtop. The panties and tights were soaked in urine. Postmortem changes were advanced with rigor mortis already passing and early decomposition presenting.
In pathologist John E. Ligature strangulation Circumferential ligature with associated ligature furrow of neck Abrasions and petechial hemorrhages, neck Petechial hemorrhages, conjunctival surfaces of eyes and skin of face II. Craniocerebral injuries Linear comminuted fracture of right skull Linear pattern of contusions of right cerebral hemisphere Subarachnoid and subdural hemorrhage Small contusions, tips of temporal lobes III.
Abrasion of right cheek IV. Abrasions of lower left back and posterior left lower leg VI. Abrasion and vascular congestion of vaginal mucosa VII.
Ligature of right wrist VIII. This is supported by the contusion bruise, not a laceration or cut to her scalp, the linear fractures to her skull, and the subdural underlying hemorrhaging bleeding in her brain. This cannot occur after death and the known pathology established a considerable time period elapsed between when the blow was administered and when the cardiovascular system stopped functioning.
The pathologist opinioned that JonBenet was alive but unconscious for an hour, possibly an hour-and-a-half, before she was strangled. This is a classic symptom of mechanical strangulation and is peculiar to the airway being violently interrupted.
The presence of various abrasions and contusions are evident of physical violence being inflicted on JonBenet prior to death, as is the violation of her vaginal area. Her cheek abrasion is consistent with a slap to the face, her shoulder and legs marks are consistent with her still-alive body being roughly handled as if dragged, but caution must be taken in interpreting her vaginal injury as being consistent with sexual assault.
There was no presence of semen, however some blood spotting was noted in her underwear. Later forensic examination would identify a foreign pubic hair on her blanket and an unknown DNA sample on her underwear that was consistent with a male contributor.
Though there was no suggestion of previous child abuse in the home, it was well known Patsy Ramsey selfishly promoted her daughter like a trophy doll who she desperately wanted to shine in fame and fortune.
The evidence against the Ramseys was examined by a grand jury empaneled during a ten-month period in The note needs to be examined in three ways. First—was there any forensic evidence present to physically identify the author? Second—what do forensic handwriting analysists say about the writer?
A number of document examiners have analyzed the note and have eliminated John Ramsey as well as fifty-three other subjects as the author.
But, they cannot rule Patsy Ramsay out as penning it. To be fair, no one conclusively states she was the writer but all agree the author intentionally attempted to disguise themselves.**THE POLICE & FBI HAVE KNOWN THAT BOB ENYART MURDERED JONBENET RAMSEY SINCE OCTOBER ** KEEP CHECKING BACK until the COPS make an ARREST!
Go to initiativeblog.com for PROOF the police in Colorado know "Pastor" Bob Enyart is a Satanic serial child-killer! JonBenét Ramsey was born in in Atlanta, Georgia, the younger of two children of Patsy (–) and John Ramsey (–). She had an older brother named Burke (–). Her first name is a feminized portmanteau of her father's first and middle names.
JonBenét was enrolled in kindergarten at High Peaks Elementary School in Boulder, Colorado. Aug 17, · On the morning of December 26, , JonBenet's mother Patsy Ramsey reported finding a 2 1/2 page note on a set of stairs in the Ramsey home.
Directed to JonBenet's father John Ramsey, the note. An analysis of the JonBenet Ramsey ransom note. JonBenet Ramsey Murder - The Ransom Note. An analysis by Mark McClish Posted July (Updated October ). JonBenet’s parents, Patsy and John were held under police suspicion for nearly a decade.
Patsy Ramsey died in after a long battle with ovarian cancer but was still considered a suspect. Jan 01, · If JonBenet, being a very beautiful and captivating child, was the victim of a horrible murder it would assure a significant amount of public and media attention.