A normal answer would be along the lines of, “technology hasn’t progressed enough, but I am anxiously awaiting the day that this “monster” is caught in order that my daughter might finally rest in peace,” or something along those lines. If you thought that John's answer would be similar, you couldn't be more wrong. No, instead his answer is OFF THE SCALE NARCISSISTIC. I had complained to a friend that God had not answered my constant prayer for the killer to be brought to light, and my friend wisely responded. “Perhaps God knows you not ready for that day yet.” I understood what he meant. God knew I needed to be emotionally and spiritually prepared to handle the painful details of our child’s death, and the inevitable grueling public trial. I had never read the autopsy report because I knew it would be too painful. I had never seen the photographs. Denial can be a powerful weapon to combat fear. Now with a trial, I would be forced to learn exactly what happened. This would be very, very difficult for me. The Other Side of Suffering, John Ramsey, page 174 The answer is that God is preventing the capture of the “intruder.” Why? Because of ME, ME, ME. What about justice for JonBenet. Who cares? Am I ready, will this inconvenience ME? UNBELIEVABLE.