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    Quote Originally Posted by koldkase
    The point of makeup in a play is to portray a character ....
    But JonBenet was portraying a character ... "Patsy Ramsey as America's Princess."

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    Default Tracey's latest documentary

    All about how clever they were to track down John Mark Karr, but how they couldn't actually place him in Boulder..... actually, they couldn't even place him within 2000 miles of Colorado!

    Finished off with exciting new evidence to suggest that Karr had an accomplice (why does that seem familiar?).

    They claim that the accomplice lived close to Karr and is a rapist who is awaiting extradition from Australia. Claimed that Karr was also in Australia at one point which in Traceyland is a big clue - ignore the people who were in the house when the murder took place and let's just concentrate on people who were in the US.

    Anyway, here's the photo of Karr and Australiaman's houses:-
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    http://www.5280.com/issues/2007/070....php?pageID=703


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    On the phone with me, Gigax spends an hour defending himself from charges he should never have had to face. He cites unassailable alibis (including credit card receipts) that put him in Indiana around the time of the murder. Today Gigax wants to know: Why the hell would Tracey blame him for a murder that he couldn’t possibly have committed?

    “I live a nice, clean, decent life here,” Gigax says. “I live in a small town where there isn’t even a stoplight, a store, or a gas station. These are homespun people I live with, and I’m an outsider; it took a while to build relationships,” he says. “But since the media started calling me, it’s gotten weird.” So weird that he had to quit his job at the factory. “That was the kind of job where people ‘accidentally’ die,” he says, completely serious. “I worked with a bunch of tobacco-chewing, stock-car-driving, good ol’ boys. If they ever caught wind that I was a suspect in the murder of JonBenét, well…”

    David Mills takes the blame for the Gigax blunder, insisting that Tracey had nothing to do with it. Never mind that they’d formulated the thesis for the documentary together, Mills says it was his decision to go with Gigax. “Tracey is the thinker, and I’m the technician,” Mills says, adding that Tracey wasn’t present when Mills edited the documentary in England. “If I could talk to Mr. Gigax right now, I would apologize. I am desperately sorry that I put something on screen that revealed him.” Mills removed the direct references to Gigax before the program aired in the United States later that year.

    Tracey isn’t as remorseful as his colleague. “I’ve spent my whole life trying to see what the evidence tells me. It doesn’t mean I always get it right. In the kind of work I do, things are open to interpretation. But at the very basics, it’s what I know. So what it became was a metaphor for everything that wasn’t done in the investigation, about leads that weren’t being followed.”

    Gigax isn't hard to find. One wonders how sincere this is.
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    Can you imagine what this must be like? You're living your life quietly, you've got a steady job and then suddenly you find that someone has made a documentary accusing you of a catalogue of heinous crimes in another State. What's more, the programme-makers claim that you've mysteriously disappeared when you haven't. To make matters worse, there are people who think there must be truth in it and forever more, they keep bringing your name up as a viable suspect for these crimes.

    We only have one life. It's tragic that one person's life can be so badly affected because another person had an "idea" for a tv programme.

    I think Mills and Tracey own Gigax more than an apology. They should be offering him financial compensation for what they put him through.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayelles
    Can you imagine what this must be like? You're living your life quietly, you've got a steady job and then suddenly you find that someone has made a documentary accusing you of a catalogue of heinous crimes in another State. What's more, the programme-makers claim that you've mysteriously disappeared when you haven't. To make matters worse, there are people who think there must be truth in it and forever more, they keep bringing your name up as a viable suspect for these crimes.

    We only have one life. It's tragic that one person's life can be so badly affected because another person had an "idea" for a tv programme.

    I think Mills and Tracey own Gigax more than an apology. They should be offering him financial compensation for what they put him through.
    I agree wholeheartedly! The damage Mills and Tracey have done to Gigax's life is irrepairable.

    How would they like it if someone named THEM as murder suspects in a documentary that shown to millions of viewers and then because of global media, the accusations floated around forever on the Internet like an urban myth with no basis in fact?

    Michael Tracey thought Gigax was expendable; just another invented suspect to help his own PR campaign to improve the Ramsey's self-tarnished image. Tracey even admits he threw Gigax to the lions while he was grooming John Mark Karr to be his next intruder suspect. Michael Tracey has no conscience. People are pawns to be used by him in order to gain fame and money. He is a sociopath and a parasite. And those are his nice qualities.

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    Oh, talk about a LYNCHMOB!

    And all Tracey can say is IT'S A METAPHOR FOR EVERYONE ELSE'S BAD INVESTIGATING?!

    I swear, that man is a walking textbook example of narcissistic personality disorder.

    I watched the British version of this show which someone posted online. THEY ACTUALLY SHOWED VIDEO OF GIGAX'S TRAILER IN THE TRAILER PARK! I am NOT making this UP! What exactly made Gigax HARD TO FIND?

    And Mills' mea cupal is pure insincere BS. He knew very well what he was doing and he did it anyway. SACRIFICE ANYONE IN SERVICE OF THE RAMSEYS! THAT'S THE METAPHOR HERE! One they've spent a decade serving. Gigax was not the FIRST victim of their indiscreet accusations of child molestation and murder. We had Oliva, a demented indigent who didn't even seem to understand he'd been set up on camera. We have A DEAD MAN, Helgoth, who CAN'T defend himself--how PERFECT for the RST! They love dead bus victims. They splashed FULL-FACED PICTURES OF HIM LYING DEAD OF SUICIDE! How do they think HELGOTH'S FAMILY felt when it was all done ON THE WORD OF KENADY, A MAN WITH HIS OWN WINGNUT HISTORY WHO HAD NO CREDIBILITY, NO EVIDENCE BUT HIS IMAGINATION, and who BROKE THE LAW BY BREAKING INTO THE HELGOTH'S HOUSE TO ROB IT "FOR EVIDENCE," TAKING THEIR PROPERTY?!

    That's the kind of "journalism" the team of Mills and Tracey are, and THIS is the problem with THE RST AMATEUR, FAKE INVESTIGATIONS: they spin, twist, fabricate, and run over the reputations and lives of anyone they choose because they are so desperate to LEAD THE INVESTIGATION AWAY FROM THE RAMSEYS.

    And then they turn around and ATTACK anyone who looks at the evidence and actually FOLLOWS IT to the only true suspects that have ever existed in this case: the RAMSEYS.

    And Lou Smit is THE FATHER OF THEIR SCANDALOUS FOLLIES!

    Shame on ALL OF THEM.

    "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 Cherokee
    Michael Tracey thought Gigax was expendable; just another invented suspect to help his own PR campaign to improve the Ramsey's self-tarnished image. Tracey even admits he threw Gigax to the lions while he was grooming John Mark Karr to be his next intruder suspect. Michael Tracey has no conscience. People are pawns to be used by him in order to gain fame and money. He is a sociopath and a parasite. And those are his nice qualities.
    Exactly, Cherokee! And to think that the U of C School of Journalism HAS NO PROBLEM WITH A PROFESSOR WHO NOT ONLY HAS PERSONALLY PROFITED TIME AND AGAIN WITH HIS INEXUSABLY BAD JOURNALISM, but who has BROUGHT THE ENTIRE OF BOULDER INTO THE INTERNATIONAL EYE FOR THE COLOSSAL BLUNDER OF JOHN MARK KARR?

    It truly boggles the mind to know that such incompetence goes not only unchecked in Boulder and Colorado, but that it's REWARDED!
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    "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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    From Woody's Westmoreland suit:

    "As a direct and proximate result of the false accusations maliciously published by Defendant, Plaintiff has suffered special damages in that he has suffered a permanent impairment to his ability to obtain or maintain gainful employment."
    Why isn't Gigax able to pursue a case against Tracey and Mills...seems he would have a real case unlike Woody's whistling in the dark
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    The thing about the civil law, if you can't get an attorney to take your case on contingency, you're outta' luck unless you are rich or at least wealthy and don't mind losing tens of thousands of dollars in fees if you lose the case or it gets thrown out of court. Period.

    And believe it or not, walking into an attorney's office doesn't mean you're going to get him/her interested in your case, no matter how good you think your chances are. You see, it costs LOTS OF MONEY to even bring a suit, which means the lawyer who takes the case is going to ask you to at least pay initial charges like filing costs, and possibly other costs that might not be much to people like the Ramseys, but could be in the thousands and might not be possible for a man like Gigax who is sick and unemployed.

    "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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    KK,
    I understand that but why oh why can't someone do something right where this case is concerned? Gigax deserves to be compensated for the pain and suffering he's suffered. Not to mention his name being slandered and defamation of character. Some lawyer, somewhere owes him, imo.

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    Tylin, if you haven't, READ THE ARTICLE and you'll see the answer to your question...by deduction.

    This is the way the world works: Tracey, a mediocre person gets drunk one night and decides to become a journalism major. Somehow not quite explained, he gets an inside track into the BBC's head man...heh...and hangs out with him for 7 years, probably by feeding his ego and sucking up to him for a biography Tracey was penning of the guy. The biography was mediocre, but Tracey parlayed his inside contacts he'd made, plus publication of some other, unnamed mediocre books, into a stint at the U of Co. to start a new journalism research program to the tune of a yearly $100,000+ salary. Though the actual program never got off the ground, Tracey's career as a Ramsey case sycophant, jams-style, replaced it (it's called "failing up") and the birth of the series of "Disgracefully Incompetent And Irresponsibly Slanderous" crocumentaries were born of a favorable article Tracey wrote about the Ramseys, which was picked up by the ever-sharking firm of Ramsey attorneys who knew they needed all the MEDIA shills they could get...and Tracey was in. Add Smit and Mills into the mix, and you've got a perfect example of how sycophancy actually works and why it's the inevitable path of all those who have become such well known Ramsey shills: the rich and powerful pay for favoritism, one way or another. Hyenas like Tracey, Mills, Smit, and jams sniff this out instinctively and the scavenging begins.

    But the shills must do their part: they don't get to eat off the road kill for nothing. So what they do is provide the rich and powerful with whatever they need to RUN DOWN the road kill, when they need it. In this case, it was INNOCENT BYSTANDERS who got eaten alive. Collateral damage, according to the contrite Mills and trite Tracey: metaphors were needed, and that they provided them BY EXAMPLE is totally lost on these soulless egotists. That's all it takes to steam roll a LITERALLY poor man, well chosen for his inability to fight back. But as we have seen with Fleet White, even money can't stop their driving need for more blood.

    And since the Ramseys are all about letting blood...as in, they are true bloodsuckers in the METAPHORICAL tradition of vampires, there are lots of leftovers. Which brings us to lawyers...and finally to the point of your question, Tylin, my favorite joke: Where do vampires go to learn how to suck blood? LAW SCHOOL.

    The first lesson of law school, the unbreakable rule: never work for free. Pro bono work is NOT free service. It's quite lucrative in that it's free advertisement and professional networking for lawyers who do it. Even the Innocence Project is serving for training law students by professors who benefit greatly from having their choice of lost souls to pick and choose which lesson they need for what book they're going to write. No other reason. None. Never make the mistake of thinking a lawyer has a heart once they hit the clock.
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    "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 see jameson has copied the entire article to her forum so that she can comment on it.

    She says:-

    But that fact didn’t stop the effects of Tracey’s fiction.
    >After the program’s 2004 broadcast, Gigax’s e-mail inbox
    >filled with correspondence from as far away as Scotland, and
    >all had the same message: A television program had just
    >aired in Britain in which he, Gigax, was being implicated in
    >the murder of that little girl in Boulder.

    The Scotland letter came from an Internet poster - part of the BORG forum who orchestrates mail drops. It isn't THAT impressive to hear he got emails. What I find interesting is that the reporter does NOT report that his family, friends or coworkers were calling and asking him about the story. He heard about it from the Internet lynch mob who is ever and forever trying to silence Tracey and anyone else who isn't on their side.
    She doesn't name this Internet poster from scotland, but for the record, that was MOST DEFINITELY not me. Sure I watched the programme, transcribed it, took screen captures of it... I recorded it on all three of our video recorders and sent the spare copies to a couple of interested parties in the States..... but I did NOT e-mail or phone Gigax. I'm not the only Scot on the Internet forums.
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