Steve Thomas and Mark Beckner- witch-hunt-deceptions about Burke being heard at the end of the 911 call. From the Dr. Phil show interview with Burke Ramsey that aired 3pm Atlantic time on Tuesday September 13th 2016. Dr. Phil: “Former police investigators for the Boulder Police Department Detective Steve Thomas and Chief Police Mark Beckner both say there was a voice at the end of the 911 call and that your voice was heard saying ‘what did you find?’ did you speak those words
Linda Hoffman-Pugh sued the Ramseys for allegedly “defaming” her character in their book. Two issues of her complaint were- >Hoffmann-Pugh's complaint alleges that the Ramseys libeled her in particular in the following passage from their book, describing the Ramseys' interactions with the police after JonBenet was discovered missing but before her body was found in the Ramseys' house: "The police ask Patsy these same questions about who might have been angry or acting strange
When it comes to a case like the murder of JonBenét Ramsey, we look at three things initially. MOTIVE- MEANS- OPPORTUNITY MOTIVE-Someone being in trouble financially with a need for money to pay off their debts and just needs money to survive. Someone being jealous of the wealth of the family. Someone being jealous of a beautiful little girl who had everything they could not give their own children. Someone who was jealous of a couple that was in love. MEANS-Someone that was
For those of you who don’t know who Steve Thomas is, he was one of the lead detectives on the JonBenét Ramsey case immediately after her murder. Steve has adamantly professed that Patsy Ramsey was the murderer of JonBenét Ramsey. He wrote a book with all the details of his theory about Patsy killing her own 6-year-old daughter. (New York Times article) “A former Boulder, Colo., police detective who spent almost two years investigating the killing of JonBenet Ramsey says in a
Burke Ramsey interview. (Psychology Today article) >This may explain why some psychologists classify humor as one of the "mature" defense mechanisms we invoke to guard ourselves against overwhelming anxiety (as compared to the "psychotic," "immature," and "neurotic" defense mechanisms). Being able to laugh at traumatic events in our own lives doesn't cause us to ignore them, but instead seems to prepare us to endure them.< https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/happiness-in-wor
Someone please answer this question for me. JonBenét was in her bed sleeping, she was 6 years-old. She peed in the bed, woke up screaming at the top of her lungs and woke her mother up. Patsy came running downstairs and saw her urine soaked mattress, she got irate flew into a rage, ran to the kitchen grabbed a flashlight, ran back upstairs and started beating her daughter in the head with it, she changed all of her clothes, took off the red turtleneck, changed her into some o
So, this is the prevailing theory, period, about Patsy Ramsey killing JonBenét. "They" claim it's because JonBenét woke up in the middle of the night after she wet the bed. Patsy came in and got so upset by this, she flew into a rage and killed JonBenét. Patsy then staged the crime scene and wrote a ransom note using her own wording and phrases on paper that came from her own house. She also used her own pens and hid the bludgeoned body in her own basement. If it weren't for
THE RANSOM NOTE LIE! Patsy Ramsey had a super low chance, almost to the point of elimination of being the author of the ransom note; however, we were lied to about that. In fact, there were other suspects that were way closer to being the author of the ransom note, yet they were kept hidden from the public. Former DA Alex Hunter was deposed on 11/27/01 -- it was related to the Wolf case.