Consider this: http://www.cnn.com/US/9701/11/slain....ranscript.html Aired January 1, 1997 RAMSEY, P: And if anyone knows anything, please, please help us. For the safety of all of the children, we have to find out who did this. RAMSEY, J: Not because we're angry, but because we have got to go on. ---------- http://thehistoryvault.tripod.com/02291999feedingfrenzy-bw.htm February 29, 1999 Diane Hallis, who worked at Access Graphics, recalls that John Ramsey would look out the third floor windows of the offices trying to spot reporters. "He hated them," she says. "His anger was directed toward the media, but never toward the killer. He never mentioned the killer." ---------- http://denver.rockymountainnews.com/extra/ramsey/0930test.shtml September 30, 1999 According to a story published in the October 1997 issue of Vanity Fair, John Andrew Ramsey was asked in a videotaped police interview what punishment he thought JonBenet's killer deserved. "Forgiveness," was his answer, according to that article. Police then detailed for him the barbarity of the crime against JonBenet , and posed the question a second time. Again, he said, "Forgiveness." ---------- Less than a week after JonBenet's lifeless body was found, John went on national television to say he and Patsy were not angry at the "creature" who invaded their home and was supposedly responsible for JonBenet's murder. John Ramsey NEVER expressed any anger toward JonBenet's killer, only anger toward the media AND Steve Thomas, who blew the whistle on the corruption behind the case, as well as the Ramsey's non-cooperation with the investigation. You can FEEL John's anger toward Steve Thomas just reading the transcript of the Larry King Live show aired May 31, 2000. http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0005/31/lkl.00.html Add to John and Patsy's lack of anger at the killer the fact that even when confronted with the horrible details of JonBenet's death, John Andrew Ramsey, son of John Ramsey, and older half-brother of Burke and JonBenet, said TWICE her killer only deserved, "forgiveness." Why would the Ramseys not be angry with their child's killer immediately after her gruesome death? Why would they continue not to be angry or mention the killer? Why would John's son, John Andrew Ramsey, say "forgiveness" when asked by detectives (soon after JonBenet's death) what the killer deserved? Was JonBenet's death caused by a sex-crazed, psychopathic, intruder, kidnapper, ransom-note writing, foreign faction or accidentally, in a rage, by a family member? The forensic evidence, and the behavior of the Ramsey family, says it was the latter.