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    Oh be still my heart! That is SO exciting!

    I wish there was a way the countdown clock could be pinned to the top of this page where it would greet me every time I opened it. What a day brightener to watch Boulder DA Mary Lacy - biased, best friend of the Ramseys and case idiot - go down the time drain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cherokee
    Oh be still my heart! That is SO exciting!

    I wish there was a way the countdown clock could be pinned to the top of this page where it would greet me every time I opened it. What a day brightener to watch Boulder DA Mary Lacy - biased, best friend of the Ramseys and case idiot - go down the time drain.
    That's me on the right doing the Happy Dance!!! We really need this clock stickied or something before it gets lost in this thread!
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    Let's hope there'll be a "regime change" in the Boulder DA's office and not more of the same. Has Lacy been grooming someone to take her place? Another "friend to all criminals" maybe? Let's hope not.
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    I think Trip DeMuth's a shoe-in. They want to keep the old guard in place until all of us die, doncha' know. That way, it's not likely some lawyer with a conscience will get in office and decide to blow their little hot tubby group's secrets by actually going after the truth in this case. If all the "suspects" are dead and we're all dead or too old to remember, then like the Black Dahlia case, nobody will ever be able to expose the truth: files and evidence lost and destroyed; no reason to spend another dime investigating the case when the perp, no matter whom, is long gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koldkase
    I think Trip DeMuth's a shoe-in. They want to keep the old guard in place until all of us die, doncha' know. That way, it's not likely some lawyer with a conscience will get in office and decide to blow their little hot tubby group's secrets by actually going after the truth in this case. If all the "suspects" are dead and we're all dead or too old to remember, then like the Black Dahlia case, nobody will ever be able to expose the truth: files and evidence lost and destroyed; no reason to spend another dime investigating the case when the perp, no matter whom, is long gone.
    You mean this Trip DeMuth??

    quote: "But a coroner's definition of homicide doesn't mean a crime was committed, said Trip DeMuth, former Boulder County deputy district attorney. To a coroner, homicide means another human's actions caused the death, he said, much different from prosecutorial terms used in charging, such as murder and manslaughter." end quote
    Source: http://www.dailycamera.com/bdc/louis...881342,00.html

    I soooo hope who ever runs against him uses this example of how he feels about baby Jason Midyette's death.

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    Yeah, the Boulderites would have to be damn fools to bring him in. Does the name "Michael Dukakis" mean anything to anyone?

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    Quote:
    This is a picture of Dr. Werner Spitz demonstrating where she was hit and why he thinks it may have been a flashlight that was used.

    Post # 33 on the following thread:

    http://www.boards.320sycamore.com/sh...2315#post22315

    But how can a round flashlight produce a rectangular hole in the skull? If she was hit with the flashlight, then it would not be a pattern injury with the punched-out piece of bone having the form of the weapon. What is also interesting: while the piece of bone was displaced, it obviously was not pushed into the brain, as it often happens with such wounds.

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    Thanks for posting that pic of Spitz. I hadn't seen that. Actually, the round part of the flashlight wasn't the part that made contact with her skull, but rather the edge of the light on an angle - exactly as Spitz is demonstrating. So a round flashlight head could very well make a hole that shape. If you could draw a pattern of the part of the flashlight that made contact with her skull, it would be a sort of rectangle with rounded off corners- which to me is what that skull fragment looks like.
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    Athena's post #37 is very informative, discusses why the skull fracture fits the side of the flashlight, and what a depressed fracture is.
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    Putting a round flashlight into a rectangular hole in a skull is right up most JonBenet forum poster's alley. In fact putting round objects into square holes might just be a prerequisite to join some of these forums. But FFJers?

    Odds are, that rectangular hole was made by a rectangular object. And the direction of the fracture suggests the direction of the blow. Which wouldn't match the demo at all.

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    At least one of the forensic specialists tried using the flashlight- and it DID make a rectangular hole when the object was hit with the side of it.
    For it to make a round hole, you'd have to hold it at right angle ti what you are striking-like a plunger, and bring it down straight so that the round part hits flat. That really isn't the way most people swing a bludgeon. Rather, they'd make an arc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paradox
    Putting a round flashlight into a rectangular hole in a skull is right up most JonBenet forum poster's alley. In fact putting round objects into square holes might just be a prerequisite to join some of these forums. But FFJers?

    Odds are, that rectangular hole was made by a rectangular object. And the direction of the fracture suggests the direction of the blow. Which wouldn't match the demo at all.
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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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