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    I believe the drapery disheveled over the headboard, the pillow at the foot of the bed instead of the head of it, and hair ties all over the floor, the "pull-ups" hanging out of the cabinet in the laundry area outside JB's bedroom, the kitchen knife on top of the washer, the drawers left half open in JB's bathroom and in JAR's bathroom next door, all indicate that the disarray from activity in that location was directly related to the sequence of events that began this long nightmare of violence and cover up.

    WHEN did JonBenet BLEED ON THE PILLOWCASE?

    That's the question we now know is CRITICAL.

    When was that pillowcase last changed? Those are the kinds of questions that Patsy Ramsey could have answered IMMEDIATELY and perhaps have narrowed down what the killer did that night. But 18 months later...just doesn't REMEMBER...la di da. HAD to listen to their attorneys, because that was MUCH more important than finding the POS WHO CAME IN OFF THE STREET AND MURDERED THEIR CHILD, MIGHT ATTEMPT TO MURDER ONE OF THEM AGAIN, MIGHT MURDER ANOTHER CHILD....

    Oh, phooey on the pesky old intruder, just FORGIVE HIM and MOVE ON, because IT'S LE'S OLD FAULT! And the MEDIA'S! And the lynch mob BORG'S! whine whine whine (giggle giggle giggle)

    I just cannot understand how ANYONE fell for Patsy's and John's con game.

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    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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    It certainly does look this way KK. It is frustrating going over this Patsy interview again. Patsy got away with murder in more ways than one.



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    I wonder if maybe she could have been hit in the head with an iron from the laundry room.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JC View Post
    I wonder if maybe she could have been hit in the head with an iron from the laundry room.
    On which floor was the laundry room?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rashomon View Post
    On which floor was the laundry room?

    It was on the second floor.
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    Possible...of course, I don't think the iron was taken into custody. If the flashlight was wiped down right to the batteries, the iron may have been wiped down, too. If that were found to be the case, that would certainly raise a red flag. I mean, PR used that iron all the time. Her prints SHOULD be on it. It there are NO prints on it, that means it was wiped off deliberately, and that links it to the crime the same way the wiped-clean flashlight and batteries are.
    Unless the Rs planned to say that the "intruder" stopped to iron something before they fed her pineapple. My, that intruder had a VERY busy night there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JC View Post
    It was on the second floor.
    It was the children's laundry, if I remember correctly JC just outside their bedrooms. I remember reading Linda Hoffman Pugh remembered the blanket JonBenét was wrapped in was still in the dryer when she left; therefore would an intruder have known where the dryer was to retrieve the blanket? The amount of evidence overlooked in this case was absolutely unbelievable.
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    Ah, well, Elle, as we all know, collecting evidence wasn't even important to the BPD. One of the DA's attorneys actually had to demand they have the crime scene technicians do a more thorough job when they were ready to leave after a day or two. I guess that attorney wasn't "in the loop" yet. So they had to send Pam in to raid the place, complete with police escort, jacket, and McDonald's Happy Meal thrown in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elle_1 View Post
    It was the children's laundry, if I remember correctly JC just outside their bedrooms. I remember reading Linda Hoffman Pugh remembered the blanket JonBenét was wrapped in was still in the dryer when she left; therefore would an intruder have known where the dryer was to retrieve the blanket? The amount of evidence overlooked in this case was absolutely unbelievable.
    Even MORE so- LHP said that although the JBR's sheets could be washed in the laundry area on the second floor, her white blanket could only be washed/dried in the BASEMENT washer/dryer because that was the only washer/dryer that was large enough to fit the blanket. The washer/dryer in the second floor laundry area was one of those small, apartment-size sets. Well, if an intruder couldn't think to look in the dryer right outside of JBR's bedroom, how less likely that an intruder would figure out that the basement dryer held the blanket from JBR's bed.
    Go back and look at that photo from JBR's room. The foot section of her bed is still perfectly made, despite the top half being unmade. There was NO way anyone pulled a blanket from that bed. That blanket STAYED in the basement dryer for three days, right where LHP said she left it. It remained there till one of her parents pulled it out, inadvertently with the Barbie nightie, after her death so they could lay her body in it- the wineceller floor was filthy and covered with mold, too. They just couldn't bring themselves to lay her down on the filthy floor. Here's the link:

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeDee View Post
    Even MORE so- LHP said that although the JBR's sheets could be washed in the laundry area on the second floor, her white blanket could only be washed/dried in the BASEMENT washer/dryer because that was the only washer/dryer that was large enough to fit the blanket. The washer/dryer in the second floor laundry area was one of those small, apartment-size sets. Well, if an intruder couldn't think to look in the dryer right outside of JBR's bedroom, how less likely that an intruder would figure out that the basement dryer held the blanket from JBR's bed.
    Go back and look at that photo from JBR's room. The foot section of her bed is still perfectly made, despite the top half being unmade. There was NO way anyone pulled a blanket from that bed. That blanket STAYED in the basement dryer for three days, right where LHP said she left it. It remained there till one of her parents pulled it out, inadvertently with the Barbie nightie, after her death so they could lay her body in it- the wineceller floor was filthy and covered with mold, too. They just couldn't bring themselves to lay her down on the filthy floor. Here's the link:

    http://www.acandyrose.com/002jonbenetbed.jpg
    That's right Dee Dee. Only someone in the house would have known where to go for the blanket.

    I do remember some of us discussed the nightie may have clung to the blanket from static electricity, or placed there by Patsy because it was JonBenét's favourite one(?). The blanket and the nightie may have been soiled or wet to have caused the washing of both of them together(?).

    Yes, the bottom of the bed is undisturbed. Thanks for the refresher.
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    Quote Originally Posted by koldkase View Post
    Ah, well, Elle, as we all know, collecting evidence wasn't even important to the BPD. One of the DA's attorneys actually had to demand they have the crime scene technicians do a more thorough job when they were ready to leave after a day or two. I guess that attorney wasn't "in the loop" yet. So they had to send Pam in to raid the place, complete with police escort, jacket, and McDonald's Happy Meal thrown in.
    What a fiasco that was with Pam Paugh in the police jacket, KK. Repeat The Ramseys got away with murder in more ways than one. Isn't this something we just see in the movies?
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