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    Judge Julie Carne’s decision in Wolfe vs. Ramsey case.

    KNOTS

    Judge Carne Ruled:
    JonBenét's body was bound with complicated rope slipknots and a garrote that the order described as "sophisticated bondage devices" by someone "with an expertise in bondage." No evidence suggests the Ramseys knew how to tie such knots.

    The Truth.
    Burke Ramsey was in the Boy Scouts of America from as early as 1993 according to the Ramsey’s book “Death of Innocence” (HB) page 97. The Ramsey’s discuss the Children’s Christmas parade in Boulder. John writes of the parade:
    “Our first involvement occurred in 1993 when Patsy was still struggling with chemotherapy. Burke’s Boy Scout Troop wanted to participate, so Patsy came up with a design for a float.”


    The Boy Scouts 10th Edition, 1990-1998, Table of Contents:
    II. OUTDOOR ADVENTURES
    2. Let's Go Camping!
    3. Using Woods Tools
    4. Campfires and Camping Stoves
    5. Cooking in Camp
    6. Ropes, Knots, and Splices
    7. Let's Go Hiking!
    8. Finding Your Way
    9. Backpacking
    10. Hit the Pedals!
    11. Let's Go Swimming
    12. Canoeing and Rowing
    13. Understanding Nature
    14. Observing Nature
    15.Caring for the Earth

    Also the Boy Scouts offer many books on Knot making like:
    Knots and How to Tie Them, published by Boy Scouts of America Irving, TX.

    John Ramsey was a Junior Office in the Navy for 3 years. Death of Innocence (HB) page 97 John writes:

    “After spending 3 years as a Junior Officer in the Navy, I returned to Michigan State to finish a master’s degree in Business Administration.”

    A call to any Navy Recruiting Office will tell you one of the first things new recruits learn is how to tie knots. Many knots.

    John Ramsey had his own sailboat and raced. Death of Innocence (HB) page 198 Patsy writes:

    “Chief Halverson and I drove down to the marina, and sure enough, John was standing on his sailboat, Miss America, getting ready for the local Wednesday race.”

    One of the basic things you must learn if you want to sail is knot tying. According to The American Sailing Academy in Athens sailing fundamentals include:
    • Rigging and Unrigging the Boat
    • Basic Sailing Terminology
    • Right-of-Way Rules
    • Points of Sail
    • Fig-8 Over-Board Recovery
    • Crew Coordination
    Basic Knots
    http://www.bluesails.com/academy2.html


    Below is the Prusik knot. This knot is used in sailing and mountain climbing. Right next to it is the knot from the crime scene.
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    This is in no way suggests that anyone in the house committed the crime. This is only to show that two people in the Ramsey family had some knowledge of knots.

    In her ruling Judge Carnes' states, “JonBenét's body was bound with complicated rope slipknots and a garrote that the order described as "sophisticated bondage devices" by someone "with an expertise in bondage."

    Judge Carnes quotation marks suggest someone else is saying the device is a sophisticated bondage device. Who is this “expert” that came up with this conclusion? What evidence is there to suggest that the only person who could tie this knot was someone “with an expertise in bondage”

    Finally to suggest that no one in the Ramsey family “knew how to tie such knots” is not true. We don’t know what type of knots the Ramseys are able to tie.

    We do know that two people, in the house the night of the murder, had experience with tying knots.
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    I am unaware of anyone who's profited from exploiting the Ramsey murder over a longer period of time, with a greater disregard for the principles of accuracy and fairness, than the production team of Mills and Tracey.They truly do inhabit a different moral universe from real journalists. It's the difference between journalism and propaganda.
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    Judge Julie Carnes' decision in Wolfe vs. Ramsey case.

    Baseball Bat

    Judge Carnes ruled: 35 Finally, items were left behind that defendants assert they did not own. (Defs.' Br. In Supp. Of Summ. J. [67] at 18-19.) A baseball bat not owned by the Ramseys found on the north side of the house has fibers consistent with fibers found in the carpet in the basement where JonBenet's body was found. (SMF 185;.)

    The Truth:

    The baseball bat is not linked to the murder. It was not shown to be used in any way during the commission of the murder. The only thing that can be proven is that a fiber from the room in which JBR was found was also on the bat. The Ramseys make no attempt to connect the bat in any way to the murder. There is no way to know how long the bat had lain in the location it was found. There are no fingerprints on the bat that are connected to the murder. There is no DNA. Even Patsy Ramsey wasn’t sure if the bat was Burke’s or not. From the police transcripts of the National Enquirer book page 229

    TH:(Tom Haney): How about the bat itself, does that look--
    PR: Well, I can't say for sure. Burke would probably know.
    TH: Do you know how many bats he might have had? Would he have had more than one?
    PR: I don't think so. I mean, I think that looks metal. Metal bats are pretty--I mean, they are not cheap. So, I can't imagine--I don't think he had more than one, if he had one.
    TH: But he did have one?
    PR: It seems like he had one, but I can't say if it was that one.

    There is no evidence to show when or how the baseball bat got in the location it was found, and there is no useful evidence other than small fibers on the bat to suggest it was used in the crime; yet, the leap is somehow made that the bat is connected to the murder of JonBenet Ramsey as cited by Judge Carnes.
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    Default The Truth About Judge Julie Carnes’ Decision. Window Well.

    Rebuttal to Judge Judy Carnes’ Decision
    Wolfe vs. Ramsey

    Disturbance in the Window Well



    From Judge Carnes’ Decision:

    “There is likewise undisputed evidence of a disturbance in this window-well area: specifically the leaves and white styrofoam packing peanuts that had pooled in the window-well appeared to have been cleared from, or brushed to either side of, the center window's sill in the well. (SMF 132; PSMF 132.) In addition, this center window had a broken pane and was found open on the morning of December 26, with a suitcase and a glass shard from the window pane underneath it. (SMF 135; PSMF 135.) 32 Green foliage was also found tucked under the movable grate over the window well, indicating that the grate had been opened and closed recently. (SMF 131; PSMF 131.)

    Further, the Boulder Police conducted experiments that showed a person could enter the basement playroom through the center window. (SMF 133; PSMF 133.) Moreover, leaves and debris, consistent with the leaves and debris found in the window well, were found on the floor under the broken window suggesting that someone had actually entered the basement through this window. (SMF 136; PSMF 136.) Likewise, a leaf and white styro-foam packing peanuts, consistent with the leaves and packing peanuts found pooled in the window-well, were found in the wine-cellar room of the basement where JonBenet's body was discovered. (SMF 134; PSMF 134.) This evidence is consistent with an inference that whoever entered through this window ultimately walked to the wine-cellar room at some point.”
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    THE TRUTH


    Leaves and packing peanuts cannot be dated nor can the assumption be made that they were not in the basement prior to the night of December 25, 1996. By John Ramsey’s own admission, the window had been broken, by him, several months before to gain entrance to the home when he was locked out, allowing for the fact that leaves and other debris could have been blown into the basement at any time during that time.

    Forums for Justice would like to extended a heartfelt thanks to a poster named Cutter.

    Cutter spent countless hours, days, and months putting up a site that dispels the Ramsey myths of the “Intruder.” It is with permission from Cutter that I take the information about the window well from Cutter’s website located http://gemart.8m.com/ramsey/index.html

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    The Story
    The Ramsey team wants the public to believe an intruder entered the Ramsey home through a basement window and committed the murder of six year old JonBenét Ramsey. But the evidence proves the window-entry of some fantasy intruder is nothing by a myth.

    The window well myth is just another product of Lou Smit, who was brought into the investigation by the District Attorney's office and wound up creating dozens of bogus facts and chasing fantasy boogie-men. Steve Thomas, a detective who worked the case was asked by Elizabeth Vargus on the Good Morning America television show about Lou Smit's claim that an intruder came in through the basement window. The transcript of Thomas' comments is below:


    Vargas (voice-over) Thomas says this photo of the undisturbed dust and dirt on the outside windowsill proves no one entered through the window.
    Thomas: And if somebody was making entry, as Lou suggests, and stepping onto a suitcase and then into the basement, would have to either drag themselves across their rear end or their belly to get into this house. You can't dive through this window because there is some pipe chases which would obstruct your path.

    Vargas: You've actually done this... you and another detective tried to crawl through this window...

    Thomas: Yes, several of us have. What's interesting is that the dirt and debris on the sill is absolutely undisturbed so unless we have a flying spiderman who came through this window, I don't know how anyone could enter this window without coming across the sill.
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    At a later date, Lou Smit would actually prove Thomas right when he personally climbed through the window on the Today Show as America watched him drag his butt over the same sill Thomas says proves nobody entered the house through that window. After dropping into the window well, Smit did a virtual "break-dance" getting into the position required to climb into the window. Not only did Smit prove Thomas statements about the window sill not being touched, but the crime scene photos show no evidence whatsoever of the type of disturbance Smit created with his floundering movements at the bottom of the well.
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    THE BIG PICTURE


    The crime scene photo below is a panoramic of the entire window well. Note the dirt and debris on the center window sill. Thomas would also detail in his book, "JonBenét: Inside The Ramsey Murder Investigation" that while the investigators were in the house looking for clues, Lou Smit would also claim that there was a footprint at the bottom of the window well. Upon close inspection, Smit's "foot print" turned out to be only a discoloration in the concrete which can also be seen on the photo.
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    The photo below in an enlarged section showing only the window sill. Here we can really see what Thomas is talking about as the sill not only contains a large amount of dirt and debris, but in the dirt can be seen the tiny circles left by the drops from the last rain. The Ramsey murder was committed on Christmas day. The temperature was 9 degrees with patches of snow on the ground. There was no rain on the night of the crime or probably weeks before it.
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    Now compare the window sill on the center window that the intruder supposedly entered, to the sill from the window on the left in the panoramic view. With the exception of the leaves that blew up into the corner, the same filth exists on both sills.
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    The Other Window
    And what about the other windows around the house? Below is a photo of a window on a completely different side of the house. Note the dirt on its sill, and it wasn't even in a well where dirt and debris would tend to accumulate. Again you can see the water marks left by the last rain that rolled down the windows on that side of the house.
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    The Final Fantasy
    Look closely at the photo below. Lou Smit claims the suitcase was used by the intruder to exit the Ramsey home. But notice the distance between the suitcase and the window sill. This is a window that could only open part way because of an overhead obstruction. The position you see the window at in the photo is the farthest it could ever open. How could someone possibly climb from that suitcase out the window without touching any of the filth present on the window's sill? Where are the hand prints in the dirt someone would have left as they boosted themselves up through the window from the suitcase?
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    Several people have climbed through the window from the outside, but no photos or video has been published showing anyone climbing out the window and what contortions they had to go through. The suitcase could have only been used for exiting the house not entering, it wasn't stored there according to the Ramseys. Note that the window was not found open as shown in the photo but was opened that morning by a friend of the Ramseys.

    And what about the flashlight, what does that tell us about the window myth? The Ramsey's claim the flashlight which was found in the kitchen is not theirs--even though they owned one identical to it and a second flashlight was not found in the house. Look at the photo above and you can see the Ramsey basement was dark and cluttered. How could an intruder have made it out that window in the pitch black if he had left his flashlight in the kitchen? The basement lights were not found turned on the following morning. Yet the Ramsey team expects people to believe an intruder was able to climb out that window - using the suitcase as a step - in the total darkness - without touching the dirt on the window sill - without tripping over anything and making any loud noises...
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