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The final page, JonBenet Case Solved


The Jon Benet ramsey case has been a difficult case so Watson and I must move on to other cases. I shall share what we have discovered as the final piece of the puzzle. The killer.

We have a theory yet are unable to pursue it due to current cases that we are attemting to solve. Now the theory is entirly based upon the facts that we have gathered from various websites and our own conclusions. We are not confirming that this is the killer as we are shutting the case (temp only). This website or sherlockatbakerst accept no responsablity upon how people react to our theory as it is just a theory. We are not regarding it as fact, just our opinion. We are allowed to voice our opinion due to the freedom of speech acts around the world. Finished with the legal stuff, so on with the show!

We believe (and believe only, as this is not fact just opinion) that that the killers (yes killers, with an ‘s’ on the end indicating two or more) are… (drumroll).      The housekeeper and her husband. Shocked?

Well, our opinion based on the facts indicate that this the only viable option. The police being slow and blinded upon getting at the parents, failed to see the bigger picture. They interviewed the housekeeper and she said only Mrs Ramsey could know where the knife was, the one the housekeeper took from JBR’s brother. Also only Pasty and her knew where the sheet was, in, the washing. The police failed to ask how she knew this… Furthermore, she asked the family for a loan which gives perfect motive.

Her husband and herself needed the money therefore they came up with a plan to kidnap JBR and he left some DNA on her. He has never been in CODIS and never had his DNA checked. There is no solid alibi and it is easy to copy a key once your inside the house constantly. Being a housekeeper allows you to have access all around the house. She wrote the note and he placed her body in the basement.

Now remember this is a theory. I would give a full storyline yet I want the future dectecives to solve this bit. If you are reading this, and you have the power (like if your the DA) call the housekeeper and her hubby for a DNA and handwriting analysis. Remember this is our theory so we could be wrong thus do not take it as fact until they are found innocent or guilty.
Sherlock


The Parents


These two are the main suspects within the whole case. It all fits right. I said previously a man’s DNA was found on JonBenet and a woman wrote the ransom note. They also had the time to write the note and call the police. They are well-educated, and everyone suspects them. Simple, case closed.

As we all know, the world does not work in that way. Simplicity is not common. The only way is solve the case is to look at it from a new angle. Every other solver has looked at it upon the same view, straight on. Now to solve this you have to look at everything. Ask the same questions in a new way.

You have to do something different, to achieve a different result

The police were most likely incompetent within this case. They saw the body in the house, then automatically thought of the parents. Understandable of course yet where was the proof. They did something that betrays everything a detective stands for.

They twisted the facts to suit the theory not twist the theory to suit the facts

The most important way to get a great idea is through interviews. As we cannot interview them in person, we can view them on video sites like YouTube  The one that comes to light is the ABC 20/20 interview with both John and Patsy Ramsey. They both answer the questions correctly and do not give anything away. Could they be good at lying? No. If you have seen the programme Lie To Me you will be familiar to the research of Micro-expressions by Paul Ekman. It is very difficult, practically impossible to fake micro-expressions and at 3:48 u this interview once asked whether they would take a lie detector test Patsy answers with a micro-expression of disgust. This is not a bad thing yet positively good. She is disgusted upon the question, she is JonBenet’s mother. A  more suitable micro-expression is frightened for the killer. She is upset that people think it was her.

Also the parents do not match the DNA, this is very important. DNA as I have explained previously is very important. If it does not match the parents, or any Ramsey relative, than who abused JonBenet before she was killed thus this also points away from them. This also excludes the brother before anyone decides to pin it on him. Of course he is a suspect yet I will explain why he is innocent later.

The theory of the mother killing JonBenet due to her wetting the bed is an idea put forward by someone who again has changed the facts. Just due to the police and media pinning the initial suspects as the parents, everyone jumps upon that bandwagon. Sometimes people must learn to think outside the box and not believe everything they are told at face-value.

The 911 call which can also be heard on YouTube is very sincere, after hearing it several I must conclude that her vocal patterns are similar to those who are worried, frightened and truthful. How can these two parents pull off such amazing feats in terms of lying to the audience and the police? It’s easy, they cannot.

Finally, they are no signs of any abuse on JonBenet upon any images beforehand. Along with the DNA, phone call, lying ability and the fact neither could have done it due to there physiological profiles, I am concluding that, within my opinion, that they have not committed any crime.
Sherlock


The DNA


This case is deceptive, manipulating and complex, but that is not stopping us from solving it. We are very lucky that the police was very helpful(ish) in this investigation by getting one piece of evidence that is the key to the rest, the DNA. This DNA is can tell experts that it belongs to a white male. Now we cannot confirm this is the killer yet we can confirm there is a strong possibility that it is the killer due to places DNA was found. It is constantly running through CODIS which has files on all known criminals and so far no match. 

This DNA was most likely the key evidence in the whole crime. It can exclude people from the crime, clear names and finally allow us to find this person. John Mark Karr can be excluded due to the fact his DNA does not match and it does not correspond with his story.

Furthermore, it contradicts the ransom note which many people agree was written by a woman. This could indicate the use of a team and not a person acting alone. It also disproves a ‘job gone wrong’ theory because professionals would wipe prints, make sure there is no trace. 

DNA is like a gold mine for detectives, this is vital evidence from the crime can allow us to find a person. We can deduce from this that it is a white male, sloppy (first crime), not in CODIS which backs the first time.

This first time, or around this, shows us they are inexperienced hence the bad ransom note. It tells us this was a murder made to be a kidnapping as there is no time for the killer/s to put the body in the basement which I have mentioned previously in a larger detail. Any thoughts?

Sherlock


The Ransom Note Deduction – my thoughts


sherlockholmes21:

Watson, the spelling mistakes in my opinion are bluffs because the person is able to spell more complex words later on because I believe they have forgotten to include these mistakes. I think she was killed before the mother disobeyed the order of not phoning the police because JonBenet was found dead within the house. For a moment let’s consider that she was killed as the mother disobeyed the orders. She phones the police so they are on there way. Now the kidnappers get informed, murder JonBenet, leave her in basement and escape whilst the parents search frantically and a police squad car is upon the way. There is not enough time for this to happen. As the body was in the basement this shows the perpetrator knew she was dead by the time the parents read the letter. Therefore logically we can assume that either she was dead before the letter was written or she woke up, murderer panicked and killed her but leaving the letter to confuse police. These are my thoughts Watson.
Sherlock

Originally posted on sherlockatbakerst:

It strikes me that if the ransom note was written in the house, phrases like ‘in our possession’ would not be used, as they waste time. This would mean that the perpetrator was not in a rush, surely, and the spelling mistakes are just bluffs?

Sherlock made me question, after reading his post, whether JonBenet Ramsey was killed because the mother didn’t follow instructions on the ransom note. Of course she may have already been killed before it was written.

What do you think, Sherlock?

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About that video…


sherlockholmes21:

Well as he asks for my deductions, I’ll share my knowledge. Firstly, to see the video go on Watson’s site.
Now, as you can see the man is clearly not capable of any murder. He is a man searching for his 15 minutes of fame. He refuses to give any details, anything that you cannot research on the internet. He story is contradicted by the DNA.
There are two types of killers one is they run and do not want to be found. The other want to be appreciated by there crime and become notorious. This type would give every detail because they are mentally ill.
Therefore we must conclude this man is chasing his fame by being notorious for something he did not do. It is like Anna Anderson trying to become Anastasia. This man is not the killer, he just wants to be recognized for something he could not have done.

This was simple really, almost Elementary…

Sherlock

Originally posted on sherlockatbakerst:

I’m going to call Sherlock and ask him his opinion on the video I posted earlier today. The guy does seem a bit odd, don’t you agree?

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The Ransom Note Deduction


The Ransom note found on the kitchen staircase.

This is the extremely long ransom note which was discovered on the kitchen staircase. The ransom text (in a neater format) follows:

Mr. Ramsey,

Listen carefully! We are a group of individuals that represent a small foreign faction. We do respect your bussiness but not the country that it serves. At this time we have your daughter in our posession. She is safe and unharmed and if you want her to see 1997, you must follow our instructions to the letter.

You will withdraw $118,000.00 from your account. $100,000 will be in $100 bills and the remaining $18,000 in $20 bills. Make sure that you bring an adequate size attache to the bank. When you get home you will put the money in a brown paper bag. I will call you between 8 and 10 am tomorrow to instruct you on delivery. The delivery will be exhausting so I advise you to be rested. If we monitor you getting the money early, we might call you early to arrange an earlier delivery of the money and hence a earlier delivery pick-up of your daughter.

Any deviation of my instructions will result in the immediate execution of your daughter. You will also be denied her remains for proper burial. The two gentlemen watching over your daughter do not particularly like you so I advise you not to provoke them. Speaking to anyone about your situation, such as Police, F.B.I., etc., will result in your daughter being beheaded. If we catch you talking to a stray dog, she dies. If you alert bank authorities, she dies. If the money is in any way marked or tampered with, she dies. You will be scanned for electronic devices and if any are found, she dies. You can try to deceive us but be warned that we are familiar with law enforcement countermeasures and tactics. You stand a 99% chance of killing your daughter if you try to out smart us. Follow our instructions and you stand a 100% chance of getting her back.

You and your family are under constant scrutiny as well as the authorities. Don’t try to grow a brain John. You are not the only fat cat around so don’t think that killing will be difficult. Don’t underestimate us John. Use that good southern common sense of yours. It is up to you now John!
Victory!

S.B.T.C

This letter first struck us as extremely long, to long in fact to write the contents within the house thus our first conclusion says this is a premeditated letter or an inside job. Furthermore, it wouldn’t be smart to write the letter if she was going to die anyway therefore we can definitively conclude that it was ‘a job gone wrong’ with the letter written before or ‘an inside job’ and letter wrote after the murder.

Now these are two big categories yet the most important thing is always keep an open mind because it can be both or neither. If you shut all your doors too quickly you cannot ever come to the correct conclusion as you have disregarded all other options.

You must change a theory to suit the facts not change the facts to suit your theory.

Anyway, back to the note, there are several parts with grammatical errors within the note. Such include the obvious of  ‘group of individuals that represent a small foreign faction’ as a group all ways consists of individuals and no-body is foreign to themselves thus the latter part makes no sense as you would say ‘We are the …’ Also the next line enforces the thought of a foreign faction talking about not respecting the United states such as a terrorist group who are against the beliefs of the USA. This in my opinion is a bluff that the person has created to throw the police off there tail.

Obvious spelling mistakes have been noted through the letter such as ‘bussiness’ (business) and ‘posession’ (possession) yet this is not consistent throughout the ransom note. It seems to be near the bluff of the foreign faction who dislikes the USA although they seem to have a more than adequate knowledge upon other (more confusing spellings) such as ‘particularly, enforcement and countermeausers.’

The person also has used quotations from films which were popular around this time such as Speed where the note says ‘Don’t grow a brain, John’ The ransom note is over the top with regards to information. Also the $118,000 is close to the amount John Ramsey received recently. Therefore we can deduce the person must have close contact with the Ramsey’s or be them to know about this cash amount. Also they have strong spelling which should mean they are educated to a good degree as not everyone can spell, yet also they are clever enough to attempt to throw off the police with the false spellings. So we have clever, educated, know or are the Ramsey’s.

The actual pen used with the letter is a felt-tip which was found within the Ramsey’s kitchen cupboard therefore an image of the story that takes place automatically comes to mind. JonBenet dies and the killer panics sees the note-pad (where the ransom note was written) searches for the pen and leaves the note in kitchen. Thus the theory of a premeditated note is banished from this point forward as the felt-tip pen and note pad was founded in the kitchen. It was in a panic or under stress that causes the mistakes (crossing out) as a premeditated note was arranged.

Now I told previously that you have to keep you options open and I have come to a logical conclusion that someone who knew the Ramsey’s is significantly more likely than someone who is not as the note contradicts the circumstances it was written in.

Finally the writer of this note has given too much away by the sheer length of the note because we can tell bluffs and much more from the letter. They use unnecessary vocabulary like ‘we have your daughter in our possession’ and in our possession is not necessary. They’ve given too much away. We will research the S.B.T.C at the bottom in a new post. Post your theories below. Good Luck,

Sherlock


JonBenét Ramsey


sherlockholmes21:

As you can see here, Watson has outlined the basics of the case. We will constantly post updates upon our progress through out the case. Through our deductions we will go through the evidence and information upon every aspect.

Sherlock

Originally posted on sherlockatbakerst:

Child beauty pageant queen found dead in her home’s basement  in Colorado, USA in 1996.

The mother claims to have found out her daughter was missing on 26th December after finding a ransom letter on the staircase. The ransom letter apparently demanded $118,000 for her daughter to return safely.

The ransom letter said that friends and the police shouldn’t be contacted, but the mother did both of these things.

A cursory search of the house took place by the local police. No clear signs of forced entry were found.

That is the basic case story, but there have been developments over the years since the child was found.  Do post initial thoughts once you’ve done some digging and myself and Sherlock will get back  to you on them.

 

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