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    Yes, it was an early Christmas present for us case followers. Tricia really delivered this year. Happy Holidays to all.

    "University of Colorado Law Professor Paul Campos declared the letter a 'reckless exoneration.' He went on to state, 'Everyone knows that relative immunity from criminal conviction is something money can buy.
    Apparently another thing it can buy is an apology for even being suspected of a crime you probably already would have been convicted of committing if you happened to be poor.'"
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    Thanks, Tricia, for bringing us a most excellent broadcast. Wow! Two great authors on one show.

    And KK... "donor"?

    Then Tricia offers... "perpetrator of the poop"?

    KK, if you ever consider changing your hat, may I suggest "Columbo". ("Uh, just one more question...")

    Oh, and cynic, way to persevere and get that question in despite the "restriction" imposed. Even got an answer from Steve Thomas on it. Way to go!

    Fantastic show!

    And happy holidays to all FFJ'ers.
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    Haven't had the chance to even listen to the recording yet. I will catch up later. Have a nice Christmas one and all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elle_1 View Post
    Haven't had the chance to even listen to the recording yet. I will catch up later. Have a nice Christmas one and all!

    elle
    Just finished listening to your broadcast Tricia. As per usual you were your usual professional self! Thank you for all your past broadcasts relating to the JonBenét case and for keeping it before the public!

    It was nice to hear the voices of Steve Thomas, Chief Jim Kolar again, and also the ffj members, cynic and koldkase. Hopefully we will all continue to find out more in 2013.
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    Quote Originally Posted by otg View Post
    Thanks, Tricia, for bringing us a most excellent broadcast. Wow! Two great authors on one show.

    And KK... "donor"?

    Then Tricia offers... "perpetrator of the poop"?

    KK, if you ever consider changing your hat, may I suggest "Columbo". ("Uh, just one more question...")

    Oh, and cynic, way to persevere and get that question in despite the "restriction" imposed. Even got an answer from Steve Thomas on it. Way to go!

    Fantastic show!

    And happy holidays to all FFJ'ers.
    It's astonishing the things we have been forced to discuss in this case, Otg. When I was writing my questions out, I kept pausing on that one...how to ask this...?

    I agree about Thomas jumping in to answer cynic's question. You could tell Steve really wanted to talk case. I've always thought his resignation was a huge loss to LE because he was gifted, IMO.

    "University of Colorado Law Professor Paul Campos declared the letter a 'reckless exoneration.' He went on to state, 'Everyone knows that relative immunity from criminal conviction is something money can buy.
    Apparently another thing it can buy is an apology for even being suspected of a crime you probably already would have been convicted of committing if you happened to be poor.'"
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    I loved Tricia's "perpetrator of the poop" comment! This was one of those things that never seemed to get much attention at the time, though it is certainly aberrant behavior for a child past the age of 3 by any standards. Sad to see it was just another ball dropped in the investigation. Identifying it would have added another piece to the puzzle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeDee View Post
    I loved Tricia's "perpetrator of the poop" comment! This was one of those things that never seemed to get much attention at the time, though it is certainly aberrant behavior for a child past the age of 3 by any standards. Sad to see it was just another ball dropped in the investigation. Identifying it would have added another piece to the puzzle.
    So many balls were dropped in this case.

    Maybe that's what happened to Hunter's....

    "University of Colorado Law Professor Paul Campos declared the letter a 'reckless exoneration.' He went on to state, 'Everyone knows that relative immunity from criminal conviction is something money can buy.
    Apparently another thing it can buy is an apology for even being suspected of a crime you probably already would have been convicted of committing if you happened to be poor.'"
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    Quote Originally Posted by koldkase View Post
    So many balls were dropped in this case.

    Maybe that's what happened to Hunter's....
    Any male with balls in the Boulder area...

    moves away....
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    I had done a recap of the show for a friend who at the time would not be able to get to it for a few days.
    That person suggested I post it as others might find it useful. While I’m uncertain as to the degree of usefulness here it is…
    (BTW, as KK had suggested there were MANY unasked questions because at the last minute Kolar indicted to Tricia that he would only be able to stay for an hour.)

    Tricia: “Steve we are not going to get into the “meat and potatoes” of the case with you tonight, I just wanted you to to check in, and tell us how you’ve been doing.”
    Steve went on to speak of “happy anonymity” in Southwest Florida and his job of renovating old homes.
    He said he thinks about the case “quite often, if not daily.”
    Tricia uses ST to introduce JK to the show, he speaks of first meeting JK as his Sergeant when he(ST) was starting out as patrol officer with the BPD.
    ST indicated that he was contacted by JK a “couple of times” in a professional capacity in the course of his investigation of the case.
    JK was introduced at around 17 minutes into the show.
    ST was asked about what surprised him in JK’s book.
    He said that the TDNA findings as revealed in the book and not disclosed by the DA’s office were “jaw-dropping.”
    JK speaks to the issue of DNA, nothing new, just a brief recap.
    Tricia asks what the task force thought of the DNA evidence as presented, especially the additional TDNA. He said it “took us all by surprise.”
    Tricia asks JK what he has been doing since the release of the book.
    He mentioned Tricia’s radio show, and a “couple of radio shows for some programs in Australia,” “I’ve had some calls from people in Great Britain and Australia,”
    “I did have some conversations with TV networks about doing an investigative program but that hasn’t gone anywhere at the moment.”
    “In October, I did a “meet the author” presentation at the library in Telluride.”
    “There were some things in there that I wasn’t quite ready to have come out in video format so I asked them to pull it…”
    “I’ve been asked to do another “meet the author” presentation at the end of January.”
    Tricia and ST speak about interest in the JonBenet case in Australia and Great Britain.
    Tricia and ST recount meeting for lunch while she was visiting Byron Bay, Australia.
    Tricia asks JK whether he has heard anything from Lin Wood et al. Answer: no.
    Tricia takes a question from the chat room. Was any evidence of pornography found on any of the computers seized in the investigation?
    Answer: “I never discovered that in my reading of the reports.”
    Then some further discussion relating to the fact that Lin Wood and others have been silent.
    Kolar points to the difference in publicity surrounding his book versus the release of ST’s book.
    Kolar admits that he didn’t do any major PR.
    Tricia follows up by asking if “Good Morning America” or others asked him to appear, if he would be interested.
    Answer: Those were some of the initial inquiries that came in not too long after the release of the book, but those discussions have kind of stalled at the moment, so I’m not sure what their interest still is at the moment, perhaps I should have taken advantage of that early on, not long after the book was published or even before the book was published, I just didn’t go that route, so… that’s where it stands today.
    Tricia brings up the Grand Jury. Is it possible to get GJ info released?
    Kolar says that that is more of a question for an attorney. The FOIA is discussed.
    Tricia turns to me at around the 50 minute mark and things start out with some audio problems which are quickly resolved.
    Thinking that I had a lot of time, (BIG MISTAKE,) I start by asking a very generic and trivial question: Did Kolar have Steve review his book prior to publishing?
    JK indicates that he had mentioned to ST that he was writing a book and had asked him a few questions but did not give him the book for review.
    I then unintentionally get into trouble with Tricia by asking about whether ST had made any inroads on JK’s theory or JK on ST, I guess that could be construed as asking ST an indirect question, although, I was my intent was to get Kolar’s impression from any discussion he may have had with Steve on the matter.
    As it turned out, both JK and ST replied in vague terms, the upshot of which, IMO, is that they both have their view and I don’t believe ST has come around to BDI.
    Tricia asks ST if he thinks there will ever be a resolution to the case
    Answer: I want to believe that.
    Question from the chat room: Can Mary Lacy be charged with anything for her role in the investigation.
    Answer: Question for an attorney but opinion is that she “hung her hat” on the DNA
    Then Tricia turns to KK
    First question: Was JonBenet in therapy as outlined in ST's book?
    Answer – JK doesn’t recall any mention of it in his reading of the records.
    Second question: Was poop testing done to find the poop perp?
    Answer – No.
    Third question: Burke’s PJ bottoms on the floor in JonBenet’s bedrom, true?
    Answer – Yes.
    In closing comments, JK indicated he is working on the e-book version of his book.
    The show segment with ST and JK wrapped up after 63 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koldkase View Post
    So many balls were dropped in this case.

    Maybe that's what happened to Hunter's....
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    Any male with balls in the Boulder area...

    moves away....
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    Thanks for the excellent recap of the show cynic.

    cynic:

    Question from the chat room: Can Mary Lacy be charged with anything for her role in the investigation.
    Answer: Question for an attorney but opinion is that she “hung her hat” on the DNA
    My own personal opinion about Mary Lacy is she became too friendly with the Ramseys and set them free!.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elle_1 View Post
    My own personal opinion about Mary Lacy is she became too friendly with the Ramseys and set them free!.
    My own personal opinion about Mary Lacy cannot be printed on this website.



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