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    jameson
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    10-21-08, 07:46 PM (EST)

    30. "RE: Funding"
    In response to message #28

    Not interested in being CEO or in any way responsible for a forum I can't devote my time to.
    I do have an idea, a way for caring members to have a small group without my involvement - still posting under the WebbSleuths banner. If LadyBug and Don want to take responsibiltity for maintaining and moderating, policing, a forum, I will talk to them about my ideas.

    I intend to maintain jameson245.com - there are a lot of documents and good info linked there. The autopsy page, for one. Foster's page for another.

    And before the gossip starts flying, I am NOT the forum administrator who is in financial straits with a new address. Life here is, indeed, very, very good. We have been blessed.

    I have always followed my own private drummer, following my heart and head. And while I have gotten in trouble at times, I have no regrets.

    I must close this door for a while and change direction; need to leave the forum; don't want to own and be responsible for a forum I don't honestly have time to moderate.


    Now, it's great to see that life is indeed, very, very good. 12 years pushing an agenda. Guess that play thing petered out, and the Ramseys are old news. Wonder who she'll play up to now? Or is all this just another ruse?

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    Maybe she'll hand it over to DonBradley. He posted the other day HE HATES KIDS, so he's perfect to run a forum about a murdered child, doncha' think? No wonder he's such a Ramsey supporter.

    "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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    Sounds like jameson may be going to sublet them a forum - which of course she can close at the drop of a hat if the notion takes her. Meanwhile they can pay a grossly inflated "rent" which will cover all of jameson's costs and maybe even pay for a little ceramic house or twenty...
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    Quote Originally Posted by koldkase View Post
    Maybe she'll hand it over to DonBradley. He posted the other day HE HATES KIDS, so he's perfect to run a forum about a murdered child, doncha' think? No wonder he's such a Ramsey supporter.
    I had an interesting conversation with my son recently about whom he had considered good role models as he was growing up. Then he astounded me by telling me that he and my daughter had absolutely HATED one of my dearest friends. Now it just so happens that my friend doesn't like children so although I never actually saw her treat them anything but well, they must have picked up on *something*.

    These things often work both ways!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayelles View Post
    I had an interesting conversation with my son recently about whom he had considered good role models as he was growing up. Then he astounded me by telling me that he and my daughter had absolutely HATED one of my dearest friends. Now it just so happens that my friend doesn't like children so although I never actually saw her treat them anything but well, they must have picked up on *something*.

    These things often work both ways!
    Kids and dogs...great judges of character!

    If my dog doesn't like you...chances are...I won't either!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moab View Post
    Kids and dogs...great judges of character!

    If my dog doesn't like you...chances are...I won't either!
    Right. I never trusted anyone my dogs or kids didn't like.
    Interesting thing happened recently- My daughter and I took her 2-year old son to a local farm near her house. It is a small, working farm and kids are welcome to visit the animal pens and barns free. No petting or feeding allowed, but if you are there at the right time, you can watch a cow get milked. Well, the milking demonstration was just about to begin, and there were two young men setting it up. One of the men was ruggedly handsome, in jeans and plaid shirt, long blonde ponytail. As soon as my grandson saw him, he turned his little face away and told his mommy that was a scary man. He said he didn't like that scary man and wanted to leave. We left. He had been there with his mommy several times without incident- having seen lots of farm workers each visit. There was nothing in that man's behavior or actions that was any different from the other young man. They were there together, yet this little 2-year old sensed something about him that was very unpleasant for him. I told my daughter to always be wary if she saw that man while walking around the farm, especially if she and her son were there alone.
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    Question Up on the swamp..

    She is now offering her take on parts of Smit's deposition. Why not post the powerpoint presentation?

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    We know from experience that what jameson leaves out is often of more interest that what she leaves in.

    I note she has left out the name of the person asking Smit the questions. Do we know who that was? Friend or foe? Because we know that makes a difference with regard to the impartiality of the questioning.

    I'd be interested in reading the whole deposition but certain not in reading edited highlights - from jameson of all people!
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    Default re: who is questioning smit

    jameson
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    10-24-08, 09:24 PM (EST)

    5. "RE: Lou Smit's deposition - partial"
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    Q. Could you give us the benefit of an overview of the relationship that existed between the Boulder Police Department and the Boulder District Attorney's office as you observed it and experienced it over the approximate 18 months you
    Page 64 were involved in the JonBenet Ramsey murder investigation?

    A. From my own personal experience, I have always worked within an atmosphere where the District Attorney's office and the police departments have always gotten along. You have to have that relationship in order to successfully prosecute many cases.

    When I went over to the Boulder office, however, I did notice that there was a great deal of animosity between the police department and the District Attorney's office. I learned later that this was a result of many, many years of misunderstandings between the two departments.

    There was a great deal of mistrust between them. And it was an atmosphere that was, to me, somewhat difficult to work in because I like to work with police agencies, and I have worked with many police agencies in my career. And it was difficult because there was great mistrust there, and I was hired by the District Attorney's office and not by the police department. I felt that I got along very well

    Page 65 with the Boulder police officers. I think they are very dedicated and a fine group of individuals. And I feel the same way about the Boulder District Attorney's office. But between the two agencies, there was a great deal of friction and mistrust.

    Q. It was a nightmare at times; wasn't it?

    A. It got tense occasionally.

    Q. And it, many times, lacked the professionalism that one would have expected from the two organizations?

    A. You know, Mr. Wood, I always believe that both, both organizations were professional. But I think that, because of longstanding disagreements that they had, that they lacked the objectivity to successfully and freely exchange information between the two agencies, so that did hurt the case. Professionally-wise, I think they are good. But as far as them being able to work together, I think it was very poor.

    From this last paragraph, it sounds like Lin Wood...

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    Reading jameson's forum and edited highlights of the documents she has acquired would be like a jury only getting to hear the defence's case and evidence in a court trial.

    So I'm not even going to read it. If and when the entire unedited deposition gets posted, I'll read that with interest.
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    I agree Jay

    Too little, too late. Like the White depo, Sue chooses what parts we should read; the classic "I left out the irrelevant parts" mantra.

    We already know what Smit thinks and does. This depo is likely with Lin Wood and who wants to read two Ramsey defenders discussing the intruder theory and how the Ramseys are the "targets" of law enforcement?

    I would be interested to read it in its entirety if it was complete and a public document, rather than Susan's hand picked excerpts.

    Once again, almost November, with the forum about to "close", Susan dangles the carrot for the flock in an effort for membership dues (it is close to Christmas)

    Everything I need/ed to know about Smit, I learned years ago after his close collaboration with Michael Tracey and Karr. Smit worked closely with Tracey.

    That's all we need to know. Period.
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    SHE WOULDN'T DO THAT FOR AN INTRUDER.
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    We know that one of jameson's catch phrases is "let the chips fall where they may" but she rarely practices what she preaches and her reporting has always been selective.

    I recall for example when she was asked the name of the specialist who had FAILED to recognise the stun gun marks on Gerald Bogg's body first time around and she fluffed and said she didn't recall/would have to consult her files (....which weren't easily accessible....) etc etc.

    In fact this self-same specialst was none other than Dr Michael Doberson - Ramsey stungun "expert". This is HARDLY the kind of fact an avid case follower was likely to "forget" so it is my opinion that her forgetfulness was simply her way to avoid public acknowledgement of this unfortunate and inconvenient fact. Dishonest IMO.

    ETA - If it was Lin Wood who deposed Smit then it isn't going to be worth the paper it is printed on.
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