â€œQ. If Patsy Ramsey killed Jon Benet, did she confide this to John Ramsey prior to the discovery of Jon Benetâ€™s body. A. Patsyâ€™s decision not to tell her husband was one of the three smart decisions that she made during the night of Jon Benetâ€™s death, it allowed John to act completely natural, when being questioned by Police investigators.â€ Now this really bothers me, Dr. Smith. Did you not read the 2000 Atlanta interviews, conducted by attorneys, not law enforcement, wherein the Ramseys were confronted with hard forensic evidence that John Ramseyâ€™s sweater fibers were found in JonBenetâ€™s crotch itself? Oh I know, there are some, probably including the good Mr. Ramsey himself, who offer "logic" to explain that these sweater fibers were deposited in JB's vaginal area earlier and innocently that evening when he wiped her bottom in some bathroom somewhere. But wait, would they have survived the wiping down of her entire body as duly noted in Meyers' autopsy report? If someone had molested her wouldn't that be the first place to wipe down to eliminate evidence? To suggest that John Ramsey was duped by his wife in the light of this evidence is shocking. Oh, I know, there are some who still want to believe that this was just a lie told to lead the Ramseys into confession, an acceptable standard of questioning in criminal cases. But I have long posted that while it is acceptable for law enforcement personnel to carry out this strategy, to the contrary, it is not for attorneys. That forensic evidence alone completely eradicates John Ramseyâ€™s ignorance of, and non-participation in, at least the staging aspect of these crimes. Unless of course someone wants to suggest that Patsy Ramsey donned her husbandâ€™s sweater to conduct the staging, but of course, this would not explain how her sweater fibers came to be entwined in the phony garrote, unless of course she stopped after strangling her daughter to change clothes. Oh yes, some say that fiber transferrence occurred upstairs when Patsy threw her bereaved self on her dead daughter's body. BUT those who claim so conveniently ignore the fact that those same exact sweater fibers were also found on the white blanket, the duct tape and paintbrush tote, the source for the paintbrush used in these crimes that night, all components of the very crime scene that were left in the basement by John when he carried his daughter's "ironing board" body upstairs for Patsy to grieve. According to Patsy's own testimony, she was not even in the basement at any time recently prior to the murder of her daughter. Ok, so someone else could suggest that the crazed, homicidal pedophile who broke into the home with the specific intent of molesting and killing this child stopped, amidst everything else he did that night in the Ramsey home, to put on Johnâ€™s discarded Israeli sweater after molesting, bashing and strangling JB in Patsy's sweater to spend hours cleaning the body and staging the crime scene. But of course to do so, according to John's own testimony, this would mean that this insane malicious pedophile would have had to enter the Ramseys' bedroom on the 3rd floor to get both sweaters twice and at the same time this insane pedophile had only one thing on his mind-to cover up his crimes to avoid detection. Someone that intent on avoiding discovery would NOT spend hours at the scene covering it up with 3 sleeping people right above him, NOR have the audacity to creep into the very room where two were allegedly asleep to get a friggin' sweater! The only explanation for both the Ramseys' sweater fibers to be on the body at the actual crime scene would be a theory that their vast wealth afforded them the great chance of buying two sweaters that could grow legs and take themselves to the basement with criminal intent to cover up a crime scene against their own daughter. Bloomies should be more cautious in what merchandise they offer for sale. A theory equally as stupid as any intruder theory posed over the years. Dr. Smith, it would appear your theory has at least one loophole but I will refrain further until I've read your entire book. â€œPatsy has spit on JonBenet's memory, defiled her body then covered her actions with lies, abandoning an innocent child in her hour of greatest need. Patsy Ramsey is going to her grave thinking she did the right thing, hiding the hideous truth. But she's wrong. JonBenet died a terrible death, and nothing but the truth will bring the light of redemption to all of them.â€ Pasty Ramsey molested her daughter? Not to minimize such a horrid thing, but, according to hard forensic evidence, she could have done far worse than that before spitting, defiling, covering, etc. She could have taken her mortally wounded daughter, fashioned a phony garrote, wrapped it around the poor thingâ€™s neck then tightened it, intentionally strangling her to finish off her life instead of running to a phone and dialing 911! Certainly there had to have been a phone in that basement, but of course Patsy was not in the basement, was she? Talk about premeditation! Anything after THAT act pales into obscurity! And THAT's what hard evidence in this case more likely proves! As for who molested JB and when, other than the acute vaginal injury, it is still unsupported by sufficient evidence to name names, as is being able to prove that any Ramsey had any actual knowledge of it. I know, KK, there are a host of experts who have spoken on this issue, but at trial, defense would also put on a host of experts who refute the theory. Without hard evidence to back up either side, it would be a toss up and a total crap shoot that any jury would be persuaded beyond a reasonable doubt. I have never doubted JB was sexually assaulted the night she was murdered, or that she was assaulted on prior occasions. Any good attorney could make compelling argument with solid evidence backing it that John Ramsey committed the acute sexual assault noted in the autopsy report that, I believe, would fly with any jury. But proving who any prior perpetrator was, at least with what we know at this point, would be impossible. KK, welcome back!