|Jon Benet- The Real Story
Column Written By:Jeremy Walsh
death of Jon Benet Ramsey in Boulder, Colorado. Jon Benet Ramsey a 6 year old beauty queen, was brutally murdered. Through strangling and skull fracture, on the night between the 25th and 26th December 1996. Her mother Patsy reported the child missing with a 911 call to police before 6 a.m. on Dec. 26.
The dead body of Jon Benet was finally discovered in the house basement by her father John Bennet Ramsey at 1 p.m.(bullshit, he put her there) A long "ransom note" (3 pages) was found by Patsy on the kitchen steps always in the early morning of Dec. 26.(more bullshit. She didnt "find" this note) The letter was fucking long. Now let me ask you this. You murder someone. Are you going to sit down in the house of someone you murdered and right a 3 page ransom note? Fuck no your not. Also there was a ridiculus money request and a lot of other typically non-kidnapper remarks patently show that the so called "ransom note" was nothing else but a fucking retarded attempt at deflecting investigations.
***The 3 Ransom Notes***
Seeing Patsy Ramsey on T.V. numerous time's. She never looks sad. She just looks down. She barely speaks, she just sits there. This just seem's like she's putting on an act.
don't you find it incredibly unlikely for a kidnapper to make plans for a kidnapping on the one day out of the year where kids are most surrounded by people.
On a last note, Duct tape was found on John Benet's face. Let me explain to all of you exactly what it is that makes duct tape unique from all other tapes in the world, and I'm sure that you'll realize that this "non-existent" tape which her parents supposedly found taped onto the face of the little girl, is indeed - questionable beyond anything else in this case . . . . Duct tape has such a thick and sticky coating, that you could almost compare it to the kind of tape that some people use in the summertime in order to capture flies. In other words, it's not only sticky as most other tapes, but it's actually also quite gooey. As a matter of fact, duct tape is so gooey (especially in warm, interior environments), that if you stuck some on yourself, a piece of furniture, or just about anything else - and allowed it to remain there for 12 to 16 hours as was the alleged case with JonBenet, then you'll find that it just can't be removed without leaving residue behind. I mean, highly visible residue