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    Default Let's exonerate Patsy..

    We've all given reasons why the Ramseys/Patsy should have been arrested.

    To be fair, I think we should list the reasons why she should be exonerated....seeing as the defense (RST) seems to refute everything negative...

    Someone else go first please.

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    I remain neutral in this, but my gut feeling is that Patsy didn't kill Jonbenet.

    I think this because I believe she was focused on appearance and social standing and impressions and because she had a lot of friends, money and good looks. She has no apparent history of drugs or alchohol abuse and no evidence of violent behaviour to her children. She was also a domestic slob and I can't see her getting het up about a wet bed or a tantrum about outfits.

    I am also intrigued by her offer to "take ten of 'em" when asked if she would take a polygraph. I don't think that is a sign of guilt.

    I think John engineered their lack of co-operations for reasons of John Ramsey-ness.
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    Default Thanks Jayelle

    ok then, let's exonerate John.... (although I think Patsy did it)...

    John couldn't have done it because______________________________

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    Sparky, didn’t you really mean “exorcise?” LOL.

    Exonerate: "To clear from an accusation or from blame: declare innocent."

    Okay, let’s see if I can think of reasons to exonerate Patsy:

    Well, let’s see now. She’s, well…she’s….(not that) but she is or was….
    Whatever…oh, I know…she was/is….no that one…..

    Seriously, Sparky, I do not mean to rain on your parade, but as hard as I try, I simply cannot conjure up one measly little old legitimate reason and/or excuse to exonerate Patsy.

    She was who she was: this quaint, frilly creature who could not help herself. BUT, she did something that, to us ordinary, law-abiding citizens, is utterly unthinkable.

    From the getgo, I did not want to believe that she did this terrible thing; accident or no. But, the evidence is overwhelming, as to her guilt.
    The “grand” cover up (IMHO) is without dispute, and it has Patsy’s little paws written all over it. (Not to mention the “ransom note,” which, most certainly had her paws all over it.)

    Whenever I think of all those innocent people she “threw under the bus,” I cannot put “exonerate” in the same sentence with her name. The hurts and sorrows she caused so many people are unforgivable. Ramifications from her false accusations will, no doubt, still be felt for many years to come; by the children and grandchildren of those she accused.

    So, dear Sparky, from a scale of one to ten, I would have to place Patsy’s guilt at 10 plus, plus, plus.

    Exonerate, did you say? P L E A S E!!!!!


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    Not gonna happen, Sparky.

    To believe in the Intruder, you have to believe that this started as a legit kidnapping. Legit means - Get In, Get Kid, Get Out.

    Not feed the kid pineapple, not choke the life out of her or bust her skull from back to front, not leave a theatrical advertisement for John's business while hating America, not wipe down the child's body and leave it in a spot few knew of. Those are just a few of the bare basics that I wish I could get over, so that I too, could sing the praises of the recently departed instead of dwelling in the rock bottom Guttah.

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    "What happens is that evil comes in," Fleet says. "If you don't have truth, all you have are lies, then what comes in is evil. And evil just does its thing. In the Ramsey case, it just did its thing, and it's eaten up so many people."

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    After seeing the rerun of Steve Thomas battling alone with the Ramseys on LKL last night. I am more convinced that Patsy did cause her daughter's accidental death. Steve sure did his best, and did accuse Patsy on the air of the accidental death of JonBenét. This must have been satisfying for Steve Thomas.

    Later, in the same program last night with Lin Wood, there was yet another rerun with just Patsy and John, much later than the first one. Both Ramseys could not even tell Larry King anything about that morning of 26 December, 1996, when he asked them. With a disgusting look on his face, John Ramsey tells Larry "this was three years ago," as if to ask him what the hell he was asking them "this" question for. What a nerve! of course, Larry King was just not strong enough a host to really sock it to him. Maybe we need Howard Stern(?).
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    Oh! I thought of one! I thought of one!

    Patsy should be exonorated because Lin Wood will sue us for saying otherwise!

    Oh, darnit. No, that doesn't apply now.

    Oh, wait!

    Because she puts on a good show!

    Because she's so religious!

    Because some people like her so much!

    Did I do good, Sparks?

    "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 Elle_1
    Both Ramseys could not even tell Larry King anything about that morning of 26 December, 1996, when he asked them. With a disgusting look on his face, John Ramsey tells Larry "this was three years ago," as if to ask him what the hell he was asking them "this" question for. What a nerve! of course, Larry King was just not strong enough a host to really sock it to him. Maybe we need Howard Stern(?).
    Now, hang on, Larry is subtle, you have to pay attention to catch his skill. When John said we don't remember, it's been three years, Larry said exactly what he should have: Well, you just wrote a book about it, you must remember something.

    I loved that. Because in their book, they detail that morning quite precisely. Not that they didn't change their story every time they told it.

    "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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    You flunked! LOL.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenleaf
    You flunked! LOL.


    "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 am torn between posting this in the things we love about Patsy thread or the reason to exonerate her thread

    Can we exonerate her on her deep, deep, deep Christianity, her purity, her closeness with God and all things good, her love of others, her compassion for others (after all, she and John weren't even angry at the murderer), her deep spirituality or should we just exonerate her on her "great" sense of humor and playfulness, like the time.......

    HER AND SUSAN STINE CALLED A WOMAN (THE REPORTERS WIFE) AND CLAIMED TO BE HIS MISTRESS AND THEN LITERALLY BRAGGED IN DOI HOW FUNNY THAT WAS!

    I wonder if the wife thought it was funny. For all Patsy knew, this woman may have had a medical condition that upset might have an effect on....or....maybe this woman had CANCER just like Patsy and the stress caused her more illness, etc. like we did to Patsy, according to the RST

    Let's remember, this is only one little tidbit of Patsy's humorous side. Surely there must be more.

    While I take no joy in the slow and painful death of anyone, including Patsy, I simply refuse to change my opinion of Patsy just cause she's gone (but not forgotten)

    Where was Patsy and John, or for that matter, anyone else RST publicly reprimanding Jameson for what she did to Ariana Pugh and that family???? Where was the Ramsey outcry that that was a terrible thing to do??? Where was any of their public outrage at some of the things Jameson did in their defense and in their name, like cause real anguish to posters, the Whites, the Pughs, Oliva, the McReynolds, and others who Jameson caused tremendous heartaches for (and continues to do)

    Yeah, that Patsy was just the perfect Christian!

    Sorry guys, the more I read her obits/articles and the sickening purity that is attributed to her, the angrier I get, or maybe it's just nausea
    PATSY RAMSEY WROTE THE RANSOM NOTE
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    Let's see..Patsy's good qualities that prevent her from being a child murderer...

    umm..yeah.

    well, she..umm..see, she..

    Oh hell, forget it.

    I can't get past the dead child long enough to see her good qualities.

    Some of her qualities are qualities I look for in friends. She's catty and I love that. She's obviously unconcerned with housekeeping and I admire that too. It shows she has a busy full life (had) and didn't have to impress people with her kitchen floor gleaming.
    She wore her clothes 2 days in a row, see above.

    In anyone else, I'd say, hey! there's an interesting person.

    But, yeah..believing she murdered her child kind of cancels all of those great qualities out.



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