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Old 01-06-2019, 01:44 PM   #211
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Burke Ramsey has on the same creepy-ass smile at his mother's funeral as he did through the entire three-part Dr. Phil special and in the two interviews following his sister's murder, one done just days later when, had an intruder been in the house, he should have been fearing for his own life!.
That video interview of him two days after his sister's death has always disturbed me. His behavior resembled nothing of what you'd expect from a child who's family member was just killed by an intruder.

Logically, a child who just experienced that traumatic event would have been scared to death that this same man would come back and kill him too. He'd be stressed, he'd be exausted from lack of sleep. He'd most likely not want to go back to that house. He'd be a complete mess. But in the interview, he's laughing, talking about his favorite video games and playing with his friends at recess. You'd think it was a completely regular day to him.

Whether a kid or adult, he just doesn't come across well in interviews.
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Yes, and when picked up by a family friend before the discovery of his sister's body, in the car he talked only of video games. Never asked why he was being taken or where his sister was. Perhaps it was supposed to look as if she was kidnapped and he was being removed for his own safety, but he did not act normal for those circumstances.
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That video interview of him two days after his sister's death has always disturbed me. His behavior resembled nothing of what you'd expect from a child who's family member was just killed by an intruder.

Logically, a child who just experienced that traumatic event would have been scared to death that this same man would come back and kill him too. He'd be stressed, he'd be exausted from lack of sleep. He'd most likely not want to go back to that house. He'd be a complete mess. But in the interview, he's laughing, talking about his favorite video games and playing with his friends at recess. You'd think it was a completely regular day to him.

Whether a kid or adult, he just doesn't come across well in interviews.

In that first interview - which his parents tried to prevent - he also said something to the effect of that he knew what happened to Jonbenet but wasn't allowed to say.
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I'll never, ever believe that it wasn't an inside job. That kid is obviously mentally deranged. Because of how odd that family was/is, I doubt it will ever be solved and personally don't give much thought about it anymore when it's brought up. Completely bungled investigation, the media sensationalizing every aspect and the family acting so strange that they make Blair Adams seem sane.
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Honestly I think the majority opinion is that Burke had something to do with it and Patsy covered it up.
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Sounds like there has been another confession...police aren't really buying it though.

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Honestly I think the majority opinion is that Burke had something to do with it and Patsy covered it up.
I lean more towards this theory, but I really wish discussions on this case focused less on Burke being weird and more on solid evidence. As someone on the Autism Spectrum, I know I have pisspoor social skills and donít always come across well to people, especially when Iím anxious or nervous. Yeah, someone acting all skittish might be proof that they did it, but it could also prove that they suffer from chronic anxiety, which probably isnít helped by some cop accusing them of doing something they didnít do.

What convinces me to lean more towards Burke, is more tangible evidence. I heard somewhere that JonBenet had drag marks on the back of her heels. Now JonBenet was six at the time of her death and probably barely weighed anything. A grown adult probably wouldnít have too much trouble carrying her body away, but a nine-year-old boy who probably barely had fifteen pounds on his sister, would have a much harder time. Hence the drag marks.
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I lean more towards this theory, but I really wish discussions on this case focused less on Burke being weird and more on solid evidence. As someone on the Autism Spectrum, I know I have pisspoor social skills and donít always come across well to people, especially when Iím anxious or nervous. Yeah, someone acting all skittish might be proof that they did it, but it could also prove that they suffer from chronic anxiety, which probably isnít helped by some cop accusing them of doing something they didnít do.

What convinces me to lean more towards Burke, is more tangible evidence. I heard somewhere that JonBenet had drag marks on the back of her heels. Now JonBenet was six at the time of her death and probably barely weighed anything. A grown adult probably wouldnít have too much trouble carrying her body away, but a nine-year-old boy who probably barely had fifteen pounds on his sister, would have a much harder time. Hence the drag marks.
Bingo -- great points, SPD Yellow! Just because Burke was "weird" (especially if he is on the spectrum) doesn't make him guilty.

There IS plenty of evidence that what happened started and ended in that house, with the ransom note being the biggest piece of evidence. To me, the biggest clue that gets not enough discussion is the pineapple. That implies that JB was up again that night and that Burke was likely with her.

For years it bugged me about the garrote because it is so complex. But if you were Patsy and realized your son had killed your daughter and in a panic you though you would lose him too, it almost makes sense. Do whatever you can to throw blame to a crazy killer: write a ransom note, make a garrote, etc. that makes it look like only a depraved mind could have done that.

I do think it's unfair to say Burke looked guilty based on how he behaved in the interview. His sister was just killed and I don't know how any kid could process that well. But looking at the evidence, I think the likelihood that Burke was somehow involved is fairly high.
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Joe Kenda, who happens to hold a national record for the highest percentage of solved homicide cases (92% of 387 and actually knows who did most of the other remaining ones, just had a lack of evidence) was approached after he retired to take the case on. He laughed at them, said "The Ramsey family put the 'fun' in dysfunctional, and LE has screwed it all up so bad that no one will ever pay for that crime." He has also hinted at an inside scenario. When the most prolific homicide man in the country says it's unsolvable without a full confession from someone than I'd take it to the bank. BTW the cruise I went on that he hosted was surreal.
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I know little about the case.

How does the garrote fit in? If I was trying to cover up something, it would never enter my mind to make a garrote. Was there some movie or TV show where someone did this? I think that, whoever made it, there should be another person around who knows that person is familiar with garrotes.
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