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The Last Christmas of JonBenet Ramsey II A Freakish Accident, Murderous Cover-Up, And a Shameless Plea-Bargain. von Smith, Laurence L. (eBook)

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 30.11.2016
  • Verlag: BookBaby
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The Last Christmas of JonBenet Ramsey II

This is a non-fiction true crime book about the official unsolved murder of JonBenet Ramsey in Denver, Colorado in 1996.

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    Format: ePUB
    Kopierschutz: none
    Seitenzahl: 200
    Erscheinungsdatum: 30.11.2016
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9781483587592
    Verlag: BookBaby
    Größe: 439kBytes
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The Last Christmas of JonBenet Ramsey II

[Profile requisite for an intruder] Was JonBenet Ramsey murdered by an "Intruder"? Legally, we will probably never know. Could an intruder have killed JonBenet? Well, I suppose so, if we allow ourselves to take a farcical flight from reality and become very imaginative thinkers - in the process, ignoring; the illogical, lack of any DNA left by any intruder, unfathomable luck, and the incongruously written ransom letter (all elements comprising the murder) when considering an intruder. While it is hypothetically possible that an intruder could have killed JonBenet, it does however, demand a concatenation of conditions, ignoring the puzzling logic used in the crime, and no insight into what an intruder's real objective could have been on the night JonBenet's life was taken. Ignoring also; that there was no sign of forced entry, and no footprints found in the snow surrounding the Ramsey home. An intruder almost certainly would have had to be male. While murder is not the sole province of men, women are rarely involved in home invasion or cat-burglar type crimes. Inculcated in the high-testosterone persona of many males is an innate desire and capacity for high-risk taking and thrill-seeking, which can provide profane enjoyment and at times some level of perverse sexual gratification. The type of entry into the Ramsey home, along with the stealth and daring required, reveals a type of crime that is exclusively the domain of men. Often in a crime of this nature against a young child, pedophiles and child molesters become the likely suspects. Considering the cunning and high-risk elements of this crime, along with the lack of conclusive evidence of sexual abuse or sexual activity having occurred, there is virtually no reason whatsoever to believe that this crime was perpetrated by a pedophile or child molester. The child predator achieves their perverse gratification by way of direct interplay with the child, not in the planning of an abduction and execution. Any alleged intruder would have either been acting on his own, hired by someone, or was himself a self-perceived aggrieved victim of John or Patsy Ramsey. If not acting on his own, his target would have to been John Ramsey, either to influence a current or future business action, or to gain revenge over a past business action that went awry. It is highly unlikely that an disgruntled parent whose child had lost to JonBenet in some pageant would exact the ultimate revenge by killing her. In addition to her involvement in JonBenet's pageant activities, Patsy spent a great deal of her time being involved in social and charitable functions, and as a result, was well liked in Boulder social circles, thus there wasn't much chance of jealousy being a motive for the killing of JonBenet by anyone outside of the family. It is extremely rare that a kidnapping enterprise involves the formal hiring of a kidnapper, or is financially supported by a 2nd or 3rd party. With the wide circle of John's friends and business associates, it could be somewhat conceivable that a killer might be hired to influence some major business deal, especially when considering the huge financial success that John's company, Access graphics, was enjoying. However, the hiring of a kidnapper does pose potential problems for the person(s) doing the hiring, including being blackmailed by the hired kidnapper or killer, or being named by the killer when he is potentially arrested by police later on. Now, if an intruder was acting alone, given the farcical staging of JonBenet's death, in addition to the ransom letter proclaiming he was part of a 'foreign faction' which was never referenced again after the initial mention, we have to conclude that the staging and the ransom letter were nothing more than an diver

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