Wednesday, March 14, 2012

JonBenét Autopsy Photos : Graphic Images Of JonBenét As Her Father Begins His 2012 Roadshow To Sell His Book Of 'Suffering'

Investigators made many mistakes early on in the case. Interviewing the parents was virtually impossible, as the Ramseys seemed uninterested in speaking with the Boulder, Colorado Police Department about the hours just before and just after the time their daughter was murdered. Each time there was thought to be an upcoming interview with them, John and Patsy Ramsey would always set forth their own pre-interview terms and conditions that limited detectives from asking pertinent questions about the case and the terms could not be agreed upon. Attorneys had been retained for everyone, including John's former wife, Lucinda, his two older children from his first marriage and even for young Burke, who was only nine years old.

#JonBenet #Ramsey :John Ramsey “When I found her it was a rush of relief,” he said. “And then of course within moments, I realized that she probably was dead.

John Ramsey has time on his side, it is now 15 years ago and not a lot of people remember the case in great detail ,therefore he can play to the media with his 'suffering' . Below in great detail is how he 'claims' to have found JonBenet , her small body was solid , so yes I guess he would think she was dead !

Her mouth was covered with duct tape. Her wrists were tied and her arms raised above her head. She appeared to be in a state of full rigor mortis. A noose-like garrote made with a thin rope and one of Patsy's paintbrushes was found tightly bound around her badly bruised neck. There were no outer physical indications, but later, during the autopsy the medical examiner discovered an 8 inch long fissure where her skull had been crushed.

#JonBenet #Ramsey: Four Suspects Were In The House - Mom - Dad - Burke And An Intruder - There Was NO Evidence Of An Intruder .

Burke #Ramsey Why Won't He Talk ? Meanwhile Million Dollar DEAD Babies That Parents Are Happy To Promote And Live From With Their Books And Lies Will Continue !

John Ramsey meet  your mirror image , the McCanns

JonBenet the cash cow

March 9, 2012—John Ramsey, father of murder victim JonBenet Ramsey, will release his new book next week while on a full media tour with ABC. The Other Side of Suffering, by John Ramsey with Marie Chapian (FaithWords/Hachette Book Group 2012) will be featured on several programs on the ABC network, including Good Morning America, The View, Nightline, GMA Weekend, in addition to an ABC Radio Network tour. Ramsey will also be a guest on Anderson Cooper’s new daytime show Anderson, CBS This Morning, CNN’s Starting Point and the weekend FOXNEWS program Huckabee.

Good Morning America:
Katie Couric discusses the importance of colon cancer prevention; author and nutritionist Heather Bauer (Bread is the Devil); Jon Benet’s father, John Ramsey, on his new book, The Other Side of Suffering.

The View:
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
The legendary Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog are here! Plus: Author John Ramsey, and Rita Rudner in "Joy's Comedy Corner".

Anderson Cooper:
Friday, March 16, 2012
Fifteen years after her death, John Ramsey, father of murdered child beauty queen JonBenet Ramsey, joins Anderson to discuss what he thinks happened to his daughter, how he’s coped with losing his wife to ovarian cancer, and how he has found love again.
In a candid and emotional interview, John talks openly about the fateful night that JonBenet was killed, the media circus that followed, and what he’s doing to keep his daughter’s memory alive

Licking your lips after saying something is a strong sign of deception.
John Ramsey - 49 Tongues in 36 Seconds - YouTube

#JonBenet : 15 Years Later And It's Back On The Road For John Ramsey To Make MORE Money From His Dead Daughter!

#JonBenet #Ramsey : Truths Might Still Be Told

When there is a will, there is often a way. When it comes to solving crimes, it also helps to have DNA. This JonBenet murder mystery has never been lacking for clues. There are too many clues. It is putting all the puzzle pieces together that matters.

In the last few years, some things have changed in the JonBenet Ramsey case, but the essentials remain the same. The precious little beauty queen has been dead since Christmas 1996 and the epic mystery of her murder lives on. Who killed JonBenet? An answer to that question would still captivate Colorado, America and much of the world.

Lots of sensational crime stories have come and gone, but none quite like this. It was a macabre murder on Christmas, an extraordinary crime scene, which included a lengthy handwritten ransom note, a garotte, and stained underwear (which many years later, yielded the interesting DNA). In her death, poor JonBenet became a magazine cover girl and international icon of innocent beauty. The images still haunt.

One big change is in the people putting together the puzzle. Mary Lacy is no longer the Boulder DA and neither is her predecessor, Alex Hunter. They made a mess of the matter. Do you remember Hunter and his odd musings with tabloid reporters, and Lacy's dogged pursuit of an obvious fraud, John Mark Karr?

Mary Lacy, distrusting Boulder PD's theories, took the extraordinary step of taking the case investigation away from the Boulder Police Department in 2002. In 2008, shortly before leaving office; Lacy publicly exonerated the entire Ramsey family.

Lacy is gone now. The Boulder Police have had the case back since February, 2009. The current Boulder Police Chief is Mark Beckner. It was then Commander Mark Beckner who famously announced to the world on December 5, 1997, that the Ramseys "remain under an umbrella of suspicion."

It was Boulder DA Stan Garnett who, in 2009, gave the case back to Beckner and the Boulder PD. I have known Stan since we worked together as Denver prosecutors in the 1980's. Stan, less than two years into his first term as Boulder DA, is running for Colorado Attorney General. Stan likes the spotlight and has strong ambitions. Nothing could catapult a career like solving America's most enduring crime mystery.

Stan Garnett has been talking to the media, including the September 14 edition of our award winning Caplis and Silverman radio show. When asked "Have you ruled the Ramseys out?" Boulder DA Stan Garnett said "I'm not going to comment on that." Now that is interesting, especially in light of Garnett and Lacy further sniping at each other in the media.

Famed detective Lou Smit, who defended the Ramseys' innocence, has passed away.

Also gone is JonBenet's mom, the unforgettable former Miss West Virginia, Patsy Ramsey. John Ramsey and Burke Ramsey, JonBenet's father and brother, remain alive, looking for answers.

This current spasm of publicity follows the public announcement that the Boulder Police would like to get some answers from 23 year old Burke, now old enough to be on his own.

Burke Ramsey could never have been the perpetrator.

The autopsy revealed that poor JonBenet was strangled to death by ligature applied through the twisting of a fairly intricate garrote.

The expansive and sophisticated three page ransom note is forever an inextricable part of this murder. None of this was conceivably within the capacity of a 9 year old like Burke Ramsey, who did not kill his little sister.

As for the parents, John and Patsy Ramsey, they long labored under an "umbrella of suspicion." With Beckner back on the case and the belittling of all things done by prior DA Lacy, it would not be wise to bank on any legal assurances previously given.

Is the JonBenet volcano about to explode?

There have been rumblings, but nothing like the eruptions that occurred in the latter 1990s, nor the big belch which was the John Mark Carr fiasco.

For the many millions of people wanting desperately to know who killed JonBenet Ramsey, there remains the tantalizing possibility that this truth might still be told.

#JonBenét : John Ramsey Uses His Dead Daughter To Plug His Latest Book !

'I find it disturbing and bizarre': JonBenet Ramsey's father hits out at TLC show Toddlers and Tiaras and speaks of regret at putting his daughter on 'public display'

It is little wonder then, that the father of JonBenet Ramsey finds shows like Toddlers and Tiaras 'disturbing' and 'bizarre'.
It has been 15 years since the child beauty queen's death and Mr Ramsey said he cannot even bring himself to watch the hit TLC show, which showcases the competitive world of child pageants.
Child beauty queen: JonBenet Ramsey was found bludgeoned and strangled in her family's home in Boulder on December 26, 1996
Child beauty queen: JonBenet Ramsey was found bludgeoned and strangled in her family's home in Boulder on December 26, 1996

John Ramsey, left, with his wife Patsy, who died in 2006: John believes children should never be put on display and believes putting his daughter in pageants led to her murder
John Ramsey, left, with his wife Patsy, who died in 2006: John believes children should never be put on display and believes putting his daughter in pageants led to her murder
JonBenet was found dead on Christmas day, 1996, in the basement of her family home. Her wrists were tied above her head, she had duct tape over her mouth. She had been strangled and bludgeoned to death.
After an on-going 15-year investigation which held her parents John and Patricia as the chief suspects through most of it, her killer has never been found.

Due to the media frenzy surrounding the case, the world remembers the six-year-old as a real-life doll, with her face fully painted, hair coiffed with a sparkly tiara placed on top and her ruby red lips formed into a perfect smile.
It is the same image that mothers across the country strive week-after-week, pageant-after-pageant to recreate.
Rivalry: Pageant pro Eden Wood, six, takes on newcomer Makenzie Myers, five, in the newest series of Tantrums and Tiaras, which begins tonight on TLC
Rivalry: Pageant pro Eden Wood, six, takes on newcomer Makenzie Myers, five, in the newest series of Tantrums and Tiaras, which begins tonight on TLC
Rivalry: Pageant pro Eden Wood, six (left), takes on newcomer Makenzie Myers, five (right), in the TLC hit show Tantrums and Tiaras, which John Ramsey finds 'disturbing'
Too far: Shocking images of a three-year-old girl dressed as a prostitute on Toddlers and Tiaras, emulating the hit film Pretty Woman, drew a lot of negative criticism to the show
JonBenet may have been the original child beauty queen, for it was her doll-like picture that thrust the competition into the world's spotlight, garnering it negative publicity which in turn likely made it into the hit show it is today.
Speaking to ABC, Mr Ramsey said he has never actually sat and watched Toddlers and Tiaras but has caught snippets of it.

He says: 'It's very bizarre. And Patsy and JonBenet didn't approach it this way. They did it just for fun.'

Days before her death, he remembered his daughter taking part in a local parade in Boulder, Colorado, when she was sat on a friend's convertible, waving to the crowd and drawing everyone's attention.
'Patsy’s mother later told me that a strange man approached the car during the parade and it made her uncomfortable,' he told ABC.
John Ramsey hopes his daughter's killer is found and is still trying to keep his daughter's memory alive
John Ramsey hopes his daughter's killer is found and is still trying to keep his daughter's memory alive
'I think about these things now and it makes me cringe.  We were so naive. I now believe with all my heart that it’s not a good idea to put your child on public display.'
Though he remembers his only daughter as a tomboy, Mr Ramsey recalls she very much wanted to enter the pageants because her mother had been a beauty queen. Though it is a decision he very much regrets.
'Only because that possibly might have drawn attention to us,' he told ABC. 'I don’t know. I think for - advice to a parent is just recognize that regardless of where you live, there could be evil around you. 
'And don’t be naive about it.  And keep your kids protected.'
On that fateful day in 1996, the family received a ransom note saying they had kidnapped JonBenet and were demanding $118,000 - the amount of a bonus Mr Ramsey had recently received - or else she would be beheaded.
But it was not long before her body was found in the basement of the house.
Within hours, the Ramseys themselves became the chief suspects of the investigation and police were later criticized for losing focus of the crime scene and other leads by concentrating on the family - including JonBenet's brother Burke - instead of following up other leads.
For the next 12 years, the blame for their beautiful daughter's death - who was given the name Miss Sunshine - lay largely on their shoulders as they fought to clear their name and find the real killer.
Eventually, Boulder district attorney’s office completely cleared the Ramseys of any wrongdoing in their daughter’s slaying, and issued an apology in 2008.
Since then, John Ramsey has lost his reputation, his thriving business and his wife to ovarian cancer in 2006. Though he said he will never give up hope that police will find his daughter's killer.
He is still trying to keep his daughter's memory alive and he has released a book The Other Side Of Suffering, which documents his journey from grief to happiness.
The 68-year-old found that happiness through his relationship with fashion designer Jan Rousseaux, who he married at a private ceremony in Charlevoix, Michigan, in July last year.

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