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BREAKING: Police Think They Finally Know Who Killed Jonbenet Ramsey!

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When I see the face of JonBenet Ramsey on my TV screen, I feel so sorry that her death was turned into a circus by her family and the media. No child should’ve had gone through what JonBenét Ramsey went through, and yet her death continues to haunt many people who can’t seem to get past the fact there were no named suspects. Many people believe that the parents killed her, others thought that the little brother did it, but nobody knows what happened that fateful night except the killer.

A retired FBI agent, James Fitzgerald, has reinvestigated the murder meticulously and has decided he knows who possibly did the crime and will broadcast that to the public.

From Yahoo News:

Retired FBI agent James Fitzgerald — an expert in forensic linguistics who was key in ferreting out Ted Kaczynski as the Unabomber and who has been an advisor on Criminal Minds and Sleepy Hollow — has been working on the JonBenét Ramsey murder case since the six-year-old’s body was found in her family’s Boulder, Colorado home the day after Christmas in 1996.

Fitzgerald and half a dozen fellow investigators spent months re-investigating the Ramsey case earlier this year. Their findings, and most notably, their potentially explosive conclusion, was filmed for CBS’s two-night, four-hour limited series The Case Of: JonBenét Ramsey, which premieres Sept. 18.

Fitzgerald’s specific area of expertise in the Ramsey case is the ransom note, and he talked to Yahoo TV about its significance in the crime, how he interpreted it, which clues revealed the most about the person — or people — involved in JonBenét’s murder, and, yes, how he and his cohorts will end the CBS series by naming the person they believe killed JonBenét Ramsey, as well as those who may have helped that individual get away with murder… until now?

As the investigation continues, people are now looking at Ramsey’s brother as a possible suspect in his sister’s murder. A recent interview with Dr. Phil may shed light on the role, if any, in the death of his sister.
My question is how did the police not search the basement when they were searching the house, and the father miraculously finds her body later? I think they did ruin the investigation, to begin with. Plus they should have kept family and friends out of the house when they first started arriving. The police were as much at fault as the parents.

The ‘experts” have suggested that there was no kidnapping attempt because a kidnapper would not spend so much time composing a note and would have brought their own writing material and would not have used certain language like foreign faction ( because they would want that kept a secret) or listen carefully ( because a note is written ). Why would one assume a kidnapper is even remotely rational or normal as opposed to insane and irrational?

I wish they could find who killed her but am not sure they ever will.

Do you think they will ever find out who killed Ramsey? Should they leave the homicide alone? Let me know what you think in our comment section below and give us your analysis on who might have done this crime or if you even care anymore.

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2 Comments

  1. secularsceptic says:

    The TV documentary makes no specific conclusions but ends leaving you with a lot of evidence that it was the Brother. They give him an out that it might have been an accident. But a very violent accident. They mention that he had hit her in the face years before with a golf club, and that he had a bad habit of spreading feces on stuff around the house. They suggest that the mother and father lied and manipulated authorities, to save their son, who they both knew did it.

  2. Bob says:

    I think her mother killed her, maybe not on purpose, maybe an accident & then her husband & possibly the brother were involved in a cover-up. The brother may have been told by both parents, if you reveal anything, not only will you have lost a sister, but you’ll lose us to, as we’ll go to jail.

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