Monday, December 3, 2018

The Death of Jonbenet Ramsey: Sexual Abuse


Ria said...

Peter. Very quick vid here... I’m sure a lot of people would love to hear your analysis


Anonymous said...

Autopsy results on Maddox Ritch.

Anonymous said...

Re: Ria's video
I for one would love to hear Peter's analysis.

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Found in the archives of the U.S. Department of Justice, this 1988 document lays out the rituals, mind control methods and the symbolism of satanic groups in the United States.

Unknown said...

While writing this, I have the Google images waiting where I can look at a handwriting sample of Patsy, but will not do it until getting into the content of this video where Dr. Phil shows Burke Ramsey the ransom note asking him the clear question "Does this look like your mother's handwriting?"
"Honestly, looking at that, she will always bug me about having good handwriting and she would like make me rewrite stuff to try to make me have good handwriting and I think it's too sloppy."

"Honestly": This is a red flag to me already. You would expect the verdict to be an immediate "No." This "no" never comes. This sentence is an ongoing delay to get to the verdict and instead of giving one, he adds "I think" and explains it with being "too sloppy". Not even stating "The handwriting is too sloppy to be hers". Using "honestly" before everything shows a need for him to convince us that he is going to be honest.

Unknown said...

I also find it interesting that he says "she will" when in reality she is dead. It indicates an ongoing battle from way back when that has not ended. What will she do if he doesn't answer this one correctly.

He had not spoken for 20 years and despite his young age of 9 when the crime was committed, it would be unreasonable to assume that he hadn't formed some highly informed opinions due to growing up in the aftermath. It indicates to me that there are certain things he has been told never to get into. Not only does he speak of his mother in the present in this particular part, but actually future tense. It tells me that there is a strong fear of consequences ongoing and that fear once installed in him is not just present today, but will remain so in the distant future if not grow.

Unknown said...

I have taken a look at Patsy's handwriting sample in comparison to the ransom note, but decided not to get into it further and not to make up my mind on it, but rather focus on statement analysis alone.
So the question I am interested in is not whether or not the samples match, but why Burke Ramsey refused to answer whether or not they do.

John Mc Gowan said...


Hi, Peter

is it possible to employ SA to what sounds like street talk, or whatever language this is?

Capitals not mine


Travis Scott Brushes Aside Kylie Jenner Cheating Rumors

Travis Scott doesn’t like the rumors swirling around his relationship with Kylie Jenner, particularly the ones that accuse the Houston rapper of cheating on his girlfriend and the mother of his child, according to a report by E! Online.

The latest round of rumors was sparked Monday by an image that was posted to Instagram showing a man who bore a striking resemblance to Scott, even sporting the same signature hairstyle, sharing a close moment with a woman who was not Jenner. While no face is clear enough in the image to confirm whether the photo is actually of Scott or who the mystery woman is, that didn’t stop cheating accusations from rolling in.

Scott wasted no time responding, posting a message for his followers and even jumping into the comments section of the original post to offer a direct denial.

“S–t cap ass f–kkkk TMZ ain’t post this s–t. Trolls working hard today,” Travis wrote underneath the photo in question. “I don’t be on balcony wit no thots. That s–t lame. Try again u trollssss. Me and my wifey sturdy. Back to celebrating!!!”

Scott went on to write a second comment paying tribute to Jenner, with it reading, “Only got love for my wife. No time to be wasting. Think again.”

While some may have thought Scott’s direct response was enough, the Texas rapper went a step further and posted another message regarding the situation in his Instagram stories.

On his page, Scott wrote, “Trolls always wanna create some fake s–t to destroy real love. GOING OVER BOARD TO MAKE S–T LOOK LIKE IS NOT EVIL. I hate acknowledging s–t. But quit try to take joy from s–t that’s good. I pray god blocks out all evil.”

Scott ended this message by repeating, “BACK TO CELEBRATIING!”

As Scott brushes aside the rumors, it is clear that he currently has plenty to celebrate. His single “Sicko Mode” finally reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 after spending the previous two weeks in second place before replacing the Ariana Grande megahit “Thank U, Next.” His album Astroworld saw an even larger jump this week, as it moved from the seventh position to return to the top spot of the Billboard 200.

“#1 album and #1 single. God is good,” Scott tweeted upon receiving the news.

Grande didn’t seem to mind losing the top spot too much, tweeting at the rapper, “So f–king dope. Congratulations!”

LC said...

Burke Ramsay was a month shy of becoming ten years old when his sister was killed.
In the probability that his parents corroborated to keep Burke from facing prosecution for his actions, it is likely that they were unaware that the age of culpability for a murder charge was age ten.
IMO, Burke would be able to pass a polygraph stating truthfully that he did not kill his sister - IF he only caused the initial skull fracture that did not cause Jon-Benet's immediate death. IF it was determined by her parents that the injury would not lead to any possible recovery, strangulation by garrote would end the suffering, and create a scenario of a possible intruder.
The minute sample of touch DNA found on the band of Jon-Benet's underwear is inconsequential to the crime. Surely, an intruder would not have the wherewithal to completely erase all other evidence from the crime scene.

John Mc Gowan said...


Furious parents of girl, 14, who 'was raped and murdered by boy, 16' appear in court to deny 'nonsense' defence claims THEY might be involved after 'her stepdad's DNA was found in her underwear

The parents of a 14-year-old girl found raped and murdered in a park have told a court neither of them had anything to do with killing the youngster.

Factory worker Karolina Valantiniene and her husband Saidas Valantinas, who was Viktorija's stepfather, both called the suggestion, by a defence barrister, that they had been involved 'nonsense'.

The couple, who married in 2006, were giving evidence for the prosecution's case for first time at the trial of a 16-year-old boy who stands accused of murdering their daughter, Viktorija Sokolova.

Mrs Valantiniene was giving evidence before her spouse, after jurors heard that her husband's semen was found on the underwear the girl had been wearing when she was fatally attacked.

Seminal fluid was also found on a pair of white jeans belonging to Viktoria which were found with the knickers, in a bin in the park grounds.

Mr Valantinas told jurors he did not know how his DNA came to be on either item of his stepdaughter's clothing.

Neither Karolina Valantiniene or her husband Saidas Valantinas are facing any charges in the trial.

Viktorija's natural father lives in Ireland and is not implicated in the court case.

The boy on trial, who cannot be named because of his age, is accused of rape, murder and sexual penetration of a corpse, after the youngster's body was discovered partially-clothed by a dog walker in the city's West Park on April 12.

Adam Kane QC, representing the accused, asked Mr Valantinas: 'Is the real reason why your DNA is disposed as it is, on Vikorija's knickers, because you found her in the park and that you sexually assaulted her?'

He replied: 'This is nonsense, I deny this completely.'

Mr Kane then asked: 'Was the consequence of the sexual assault, that there then followed a violent assault, did you kill her?'

The farm labourer replied: 'I did not do this, this is nonsense.'

When Mrs Valantiniene was asked by Mr Kane: 'Are you seeking to protect your husband's involvement in the fatal assault on Viktorija?', she replied: 'No, this is nonsense.'

When asked 'did you kill your daughter', she replied: 'No.'

Then asked if her husband had killed her daughter, she again replied: 'No'.


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Jurors at Wolverhampton Crown Court had previously heard the schoolgirl had been subjected to what a prosecutor described as 'horrific' levels of violence.

It is alleged the youth used a hammer-like weapon to fracture the victim's skull in a pavilion known as the 'black house', before sexually assaulting her body.

The Crown's case is that he used Facebook messenger to arrange to meet the youngster, in the city's West Park, and changed his trousers before leaving the scene.

Giving evidence earlier Karolina Valantiniene said she gave her daughter Viktorija Sokolova a hug in bed at home, on the evening of April 10, before heading off to sleep.

The following morning, she got up early to work an early shift as a packer in a factory but checked on her sleeping daughter before leaving.

It was the last time she saw her alive.

Giving evidence for the first time on Thursday, the victim's mother told the court her daughter had at one stage been sent to live with her natural father after repeatedly running away from the family home.

On the Sunday before she was killed, the girl disappeared again, so Mrs Valantiniene went looking for her.

She found her later that night in a children's play area with a former 'boyfriend' and another girl, smoking cannabis.

When she asked her daughter to come home, the teenager 'started to shout and scratch' and 'became violent', she told the court.

She managed to elude her mother, but was picked up by the police the next day and placed in a children's home overnight.

On Tuesday, April 10, she was brought back to the family home by a social worker, who advised Mrs Valantiniene and Viktorija's stepfather to try and 'communicate' with the girl.

Mrs Valantiniene, describing the last contact she had with her daughter, said: 'We were about to go to sleep.

'I came to her room, gave her a hug, and kissed her for the last time.'

As she left for work at 4am, on April 11, she added: 'I came to see Viktorija before I left.'

There was no more contact between the pair, and after work that evening, when her daughter failed to come home, she called the police and reported her missing.

She and her husband, Saidas Valantinas, went to bed and the next morning checked their daughter's bed to find she had not returned.

Mrs Valantiniene said it would have been impossible for her daughter to sneak back into the home undetected, as the couple had a burglar alarm and a dead bolt on the inside of the front door.

She later told the jury that following a patch of 'bad' behaviour from her daughter, beginning in summer 2017 when she started hanging around with 'older Eastern European males', she was sent away.

Viktorija went to Ireland to live with her natural father in late December 2017, returning to Wolverhampton in February 2018.

The move followed an incident on December 15, when Viktorija had gone missing once again, when one of the windows was smashed at the family home.

In a phone call to 999 police call handler that day, Mrs Valantiniene said: 'I am scared in my own house, you understand.

'I have a very big problem with my daughter. She is a very troubled child, very troubled.

'She smokes, she sleeps with guys, and she smokes ganja.

'She's drinking and I don't know what to do, because she's a very bad child.'

After returning from her break in Ireland, Viktorija appeared to settle down, her mother said, and after starting a new school, their relationship was back to being 'ideal'.

But two weeks later, she ran away once again.

Habundia said...

The number 3 is present a lot in this article.

Habundia said...

Thank you for this interesting lesson! The amount of information in only one sentence, it's fascinating!

Maddie said...

Travis Scott cheating photo is admitted hoax.

Anonymous said...

In addition to "door" and "light," he says, "turned on." Could this also be leakage to John Ramsey's potential mindset as it's situated between "door" and "light" considering their association with sexual activity? He could have said, "switched on" or "put the light on" both of which are unnecessary. Not only is "turned on" unnecessary, it seems to go deeper and support the explanation. It reads like a Statement Analysis Sandwich.

Poundpuppy said...

I knew Beth Ramsey (Jon Benet’s older half sister). She was killed in an automobile accident. There is something more to this murder. It has to do with Jon Ramsey’s job (Access Graphics), military connection, Lockheed Martin connections, and blackmail.

Chris said...

Poundpuppy, please post any statements to justify your accusations.

Ruby said...

Another confession letter in the uk daily mail today.