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Re: JonBenét Investigation 2015 Team JBI
« Reply #30 on: February 06, 2015, 05:28:08 AM »
Monitor the family as printed in the ransom note.

One side of a basement window had been covered over with drywall.
This window was found in the open position with a small  chair under it.
The open window is located behind the butler kitchen back splash counter top wall and is near the house’s back  stairway where the ransom note was place.
This open window could be used by the killer to monitor the family from this  basement storage room. 
Two lines from the ransom note -
 (You and your family are under constant scrutiny as well as the  authorities) & (If we monitor you getting the money early, we might call you early to arrange an earlier delivery of the money  and hence a earlier delivery pickup of your daughter.) 

Note: The laundry chute was located in this room.

 Sound is the quickly varying pressure wave traveling through a medium.
When sound travels  through air, the atmospheric pressure varies periodically.
The number of pressure variations per  second is called the frequency of sound, and is measured in Hertz (Hz) which is defined as  cycles per second. Normal Conversation at 3-5ft 60-70 db. 
Another property of sound or noise is its loudness.
A loud noise usually has a larger pressure  variation and a weak one has smaller pressure variation.
Pressure and pressure variations are  expressed in Pascal, abbreviated as Pa, which is defined as N/m2(Newton per square meter). 
Human ear can perceive a very wide range of sound pressure.
The softest sound a normal  human ear can detect has a pressure variation of 20 micro Pascals, abbreviated as µPa, which  is 20 x 10-6 Pa ("20 millionth of a Pascal") 
All materials will absorb at least some of the sound energy that impinges upon them.
It may be  as little as a sheet of glass, which will absorb about 2 1/2 %; the rest of the sound energy is  either reflected toward the source or transmitted through the glass. At the other extreme is an  open window that will, as far as a person inside a room is concerned, “absorb” almost 100 % of  the sound energy “striking” it; an open window is a near-perfect sound absorber.

The basement was a good place to monitor the family for this crime.

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« Reply #31 on: February 06, 2015, 05:32:02 AM »
Ransom Note Text

If we monitor you getting the money early we might call you early to arrange an earlier delivery of the money  and hence and earlier pickup of your daughter. - You and your family are under constant scrutiny, as well as the authorities.

Located in a basement storage room inside the house’s North/West corner, is the laundry chute.
This large open duct could be  used by the killer to monitor the family from the basement storage room location. The laundry chute is a direct open path to the  family’s sleeping levels and at night would officer an easy way to hear all actives in the house from this out of the way  basement storage room.
Because of the open duct design between floors with laundry chutes, there are new building codes  that may have warnings to be considered.

An easy way to monitor the family from this room in the finish basement.

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« Reply #32 on: February 06, 2015, 05:35:51 AM »
The killer prints the letter S like he was printing the number 5.

The writer misspells two common words in lines #4 and #5, "business" and  "possessions." 

The two misspellings occur in the first paragraph.
After that,  the writer uses correct grammar except for using the article "a" when he should  have written "an." This is further indication the misspellings were done on  purpose.
The writer showed his true writing skills and forgot to misspell words  throughout the note.   
The killer added the letter S to Business and left off the letter S in the word  Possessions.
The letter S is a problem for the killer and he has the hand  movement as if he was printing the number 5.
The JBI profile predict that the  killer lives near a highway with the number 5 in the road name.
5 is an   importance number to the killer.

We write with our brain, not our hands.

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« Reply #33 on: February 06, 2015, 05:40:10 AM »
Printing the letters F.B.I. 


The term acronym is the name for a word from the first letters of each word  in a series of words.

The killer prints the letters F.B.I. with punctuation or   termination marks.
Today we do not print these letters with  separate termination marks.
This may be a clue to who the  killer is by how he wrote the ransom note. 

Ransom Note 
Punctuation Showing the ellipsis of letters In English, abbreviations have traditionally been written with a full stop/period/point in  place of the deleted part to show the ellipsis of letters, although the colon and  apostrophe have also had this role.
In the case of most acronyms, each letter is an  abbreviation of a separate word and, in theory, should get its own termination mark. 
Such punctuation is diminishing with the belief that the presence of all-capital letters is  sufficient to indicate that the word is an abbreviation.   
A word formed from the first letters of each one of the words in a phrase. 
A set of initials representing a name, organization, or the like, with each letter  pronounced separately; an initialism.

Our lab know that Suspects and Witnesses often reveal more than they intend through their choices of words.

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« Reply #34 on: February 06, 2015, 05:45:53 AM »
We took a careful look at the ransom note and here is some thing interesting.

Ransom Note
- Page One
- Dog-Earing           
Page One of ransom note - bottom left corner,  Dog-Ear 
Page One -  Left corner   

The Ransom Note was printed on white paper taken from the middle of a note pad  of paper located in the  Ramsey’s' home and printed with a old marker found in side a  can located in the kitchen.
Additional sheets were missing from the note pad and  was never located at the crime scene.
The marker used to write the Ransom Note  was sourced to an out of production marker was found placed in with other pens in  a normal place for pens by the kitchen phone.
Also, there was another page in the  note pad that was written on it "Mr. and Mrs. I," which many experts believe to  have been an early "false start" of the Ransom Note. 
The crime scene techs inside the house had recovered three Sharpie felt-tip pens  from an orange metal container that was on the kitchen counter beneath the  telephone from which Patsy called 911 that day,
The ransom note came from a  note pad on a counter top near by, the U.S. Secret Service had determined that  one of those pens, a pre-November 1992 water- based ink Sharpie marker, was  used to write both the practice and actual ransom notes.
The Secret Service,  which maintains a database on inks because of federally mandated assignment to  locate forgers.
The ink on the ransom notes was unique in the collection of  approximately 6,900 ink standards from the Ink Library.

The JBI profile predict that  the killer brought the markers to the crime scene because he uses this type of  water base safe ink on his art work, leaving the markers there to set up the family. 
The Sharpie marker was about 5 inches long just like the broken paint stick use in  this crime.
The killer Dog-Ear the first page of the ransom note to keep track of  page one as he moves around the house and completed the note. JBI testing  shows it takes about 30 minutes to print the ransom note.

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« Reply #35 on: February 06, 2015, 05:54:30 AM »
Mean length of utterance is 12.39

What does this mean?

This is the killer's ID number to ID him as the writer of the ransom note.

Printing the Sentences - MUL       
Ransom Note 
Mean Length of Utterance
The average number of words per sentence is called the "mean  length of utterance" (MLU).
The MLU equals the total number of  words in a statement divided by the number of sentences:

Total number of words / Total number of sentences = MLU

Most people tend to speak in sentences of between 10 and 15  words (ACFE Self-Study CPE Course, "Analyzing Written  Statements for Deception and Fraud," 2009).
When people feel  anxious about an issue, they tend to speak in sentences that are  either significantly longer or significantly shorter than the norm. 
Investigators should pay particular attention to sentences whose  length differs significantly from the subject's MLU. 
The Ransom Note has 347 words and in made up of 28  sentences.
This is known as the killer’s MUL pattern.
347/ 28 = 12.39         
The killer’s MUL is 12.39.

The sentence that has 30 words shows deception.

Words per sentence from the ransom note.
This is starting from line one to the end of the ransom note.

Truthful people make frequent use of the pronoun "I" to  describe their actions:
" I will call you between 8 and 10 am  tomorrow to instruct you on delivery.
The delivery will be  exhausting so I advise you to be rested.
The two  gentlemen watching over your daughter do not particularly  like you so I advise you not to provoke them."
This ransom  statement contains the pronoun "I" three times in three  sentences. 
Deceptive people often use language that minimizes  references to themselves.
One way to reduce self- references is to describe events in the passive voice and  use the word we.

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« Reply #36 on: February 06, 2015, 06:01:20 AM »
The killer left our lab some good clues to follow and this will help us ID the writer of the ransom note and the killer.


Proper spacing between words is an important factor in making them easy to read. 
Allow enough space between words and sentences to keep them from running  together, but not so much as to cause words to be read one at a time.
A good  practice to follow is making spaces between words equal to the space that the letter  O. 
If you prefer, you can use the letter N or a correctly spaced letter I instead. 
Naturally, the design of the last letter of a word and of the first letter of the following  word must be considered in determining the amount of space you leave between  words.
You should leave a space equal to a capital O between two full-height  straight-stemmed letters, such as H and E or D and B. Of course, if one or both of the  letters are curved, the space should be appropriately reduced.
If the two letters  involved are lowercase, use the lowercase o to determine the width of the space.
If  one letter is full height and the other is lowercase height, such as the words bid now  or on him, the space would be equal to half a capital O and half a lowercase o. 
A typed Ransom Note can never provide the entire picture.
Each letter, a laser copy of  each other letter, so perfect in form, can not convey the emotional thinking that comes  from imperfect handwriting, where a difference in style could signal many feeling, or  deepest despair.       
The skill of handwriting is also referred to as a "Graphomotor" skill and includes  visual-perceptual, orthographic coding, motor planning and execution, kinesthetic  feedback and visual-motor coordination.

What did our lab find out?

The killer uses a three letter O  spacing between words.
Proper  spacing between words uses one O  spacing. 
His choice to uses a Sharpie marker  tells us something more about the  killer’s printing stile and pen choice.
The old Sharpie marker that he had  brought into the house was place into  a cup filled with pens that was then   located in the kitchen.
This tells us  more about how the killer was  thinking.
This marker’s ink had been  out of production for seven years.
The  marker’s ink was easily trace back to  that old marker found in the kitchen  inside a orange cup.
This old marker  was not own by the Ramsey’s

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« Reply #37 on: February 06, 2015, 06:06:45 AM »
The ransom note writing.

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Multiple sclerosis affects 350,000 people in the U.S.
Though the condition can  appear at any age, it is most often diagnosed in people between the ages of 20- 50 years.
MS appears twice as often in Caucasians, and females are affected  earlier in life twice as frequently as males.   Multiple Sclerosis is a disease whereby the central nervous system components  break down and degenerate. Scar tissue can form with resulting plaque in the  spinal cord and brain.
Myelin, a substance that covers the nerves and supports  nerve health, is responsible for impulse conduction.
In MS patients, myelin  disintegrates through inflammation causing electrical impulses to slow down. 
As the condition progresses with nerve damage, various normal functions can be  compromised. 
These include:
•Vision disturbance - involves blurred or patchy vision or color  changes due to optic neuritis (inflammation of the optic nerve)
•Speech difficulties
•Problems walking
•Impaired memory
•Difficulty writing
•Coordination and balance due to limb weakness
•Muscle spasm, tiredness, numbness

Because multiple sclerosis (MS) can  affect different people in different ways,  there's no way to know what MS  symptoms someone may experience or  when they might occur. 
Damage from MS can result in poor  balance or coordination.
It may become  difficult to maintain your balance when  you walk across a room. Someone may  also have trouble picking up small  objects, or writing clearly.

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« Reply #38 on: February 06, 2015, 06:17:12 AM »
The killer or writer used a black Sharpie marker to print the ransom note. This was a out of production old marker and had a water base ink.

Sharpie Markers   

The individual ingredients in permanent markers are harmful when highly  concentrated or in large amounts, but permanent markers are regulated to be safe  for human use.
According to data online, Sharpie Fine Point Permanent Markers  are comprised of dies, n-propanol (71-23-8), n-butanol (71-36-3) and diacetone  alcohol (123-42-2).
The numbers in parenthesis are the registry numbers of the  Chemical Abstract Service (CAS), a division of the American Chemical Society. 
CAS numbers identify organic and inorganic chemicals but do not include the  manufacturer or concentration of a chemical. 
The boiling point of n-propanol in Sharpie fine point permanent markers is 207  degrees Fahrenheit, and the chemical has a vapor pressure of 13mm Hg at 20  degrees Celsius.
The specific gravity of n-propanol in these markers is 0.8044, and  it is water soluble. N-propanol smells like alcohol and is clear in color.
N-butanol is also clear in color and has a banana scent.
It can be mixed with many  solvents, according to data online.
N-butanol should not be inhaled and can irritate  the eyes and skin.
Diacetone alcohol is an odorless, colorless liquid.
One lab reports that it evaporates  slowly and is used as a component of printing ink.
Diacetone alcohol has a melting  point of -47 degrees Celsius and a boiling point of 164 degrees Celsius. 
Sharpie permanent markers contain dyes, pigments and a solvent mixture of  butanol, propanol, diacetone alcohol and ethanol.
Additional solvents in the inks  include alcohol, ketone, xylene and glycol ethers.

Sharpie Water-Based Paint Markers are great  for scrapbooking, art projects, posters, note  pads and signs.
They are water and fade  resistant, and the ink will not bleed through  heavyweight paper.
These water-based opaque  paint markers are acid free, archival quality, and  non-toxic.
Available in a variety of vibrant colors  for light and dark surfaces.

Sharpie" was originally a name designating a  permanent marker launched in 1964 by the  Sanford Ink Company. The Sharpie also  became the first pen-style permanent marker. In 1992 Sharpie was acquired by The Newell  Companies (later Newell Rubbermaid) as part  of Sanford, a leading manufacturer and  marketer of writing instruments.

The killer left his marker in a orange can under the phone in the kitchen to frame the family.

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« Reply #39 on: February 06, 2015, 06:21:03 AM »

The 1996 homicide investigation of six-year-old JonBenet Ramsey provides valuable lessons in proper crime-scene investigation procedures.
From this case, we learn how  important it is to secure a crime scene.
Key forensic  evidence can be lost forever without a secure crime scene.

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« Reply #40 on: February 06, 2015, 06:33:08 AM »
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Phone Number: (303) 441-3600
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Address: 1805 33rd St. Boulder, CO 80301
Phone Number: (303) 441-3333
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« Reply #41 on: February 07, 2015, 03:35:21 AM »
Six windows and one door was found unlock and open then next morning by police. There was other ways to enter the house and not cause any damage.

The next few posts will cover these area in detail.

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« Reply #42 on: February 07, 2015, 04:08:06 AM »
An easy was to enter the Ramsey's house and not cause any damage.

The house had it's two car garage on the back side of the property. The garage door was 16 feet wide and stored room for two cars. John Ramsey had two cars, An one year old car and a new sporty car. The newest car had all of the options and this included a programmable garage door opener built in. Now this left one extra garage door remote control to be place some wear.

The family would push the remote control button and the garage door would open to the house. The service door inside the garage to the house was not lock. This was a easy way to enter the house and not need a house key.

That summer of 1996. most of the family was in Michigan. John came home from his travels and enter the garage and could not enter the home because the service door inside the garage was lock. He was lock out of his house and with no house key, he would need to damage his way in.  He look around and pick a small window glass to break in, located in an out of the way basement window well. He then some what undress and broke the small glass and enter the house. This was the basement window that was found broke and in a open position the day JonBenet was found killed.

The idea to place the extra garage door opener in a place that the family and friend could used to enter the house was a good idea. The place they pick was next to the back kitchen service door. The remote control was place under a black cover on a wood shelf of the gas fired BBQ. The garage door opener was there for many week before the crime.

What does this mean? Any one that knew about this garage door opener place under the BBQ could push the button and enter the house, no key required and no damage made to the house.

The house and the BBQ grill could be seen from many houses in the neighborhood. Did the killer monitor the family before the crime? Was this the way the killer used to enter the home that Christmas day?

I ask John Ramsey this year, did any one check to see if the garage door opener had been taken or move or tested, and he said he did not know.

Boulder police told the public that there was no signs of entry or damage to the house. So it must be a inside job.

Testing done by our lab, we know there are many ways to enter this house with out any damage.

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« Reply #43 on: February 07, 2015, 04:32:36 AM »
Enter the house with out causing any damage.

On the property South side was a service door to the back hall way next to the kitchen. This door was use a lot by the family. The house and trim was newly painted just before Christmas and the hardware to the door lock set was not replace at that time. The item missing was called the lock plate. This metal plate is needed to keep some one from taking a card and opening the door. The lock set design has a safety pin that pushes to the strike plate and will keep the door from being unlock with a card or tool from the out side. This plate was not installed back on the door frame after the new paint was applied.

Now if the killer wanted to enter the house and cause no damage to the door, he would use a card or flat tool to open the door. The safety pin would not keep the door lock. This would be a easy way to enter the home and cause no damage.

The morning of the crime, Boulder police noted that the kitchen service door had new damage to the door fame at the missing striker plate. The police ask the family if they new about this new damage to the wood, John Ramsey said that the plate was not reinstalled after the new paint was applied by the painters.

Did the killer enter the Ramsey house with just a card or flat tool? This would be a easy way to enter the home and not cause any damage.

Work done by our lab.

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« Last Edit: February 07, 2015, 04:36:42 AM by JonBenet Investigation »

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« Reply #44 on: February 07, 2015, 04:50:59 AM »
Easy way to enter the Ramsey house.

Christmas day was a fun day for the family. The two children had their neighborhood friends over to play inside and out side the house. They came and go inside and outside all day long.

The Ramsey's house had many doors to the outside on the main level and more doors on the second level and third level too. The main level has eight doors to come in and exit the house. Each door had door lock and this was a safe upscale neighborhood. The type of area that you need not lock your doors and still be safe.

Christmas was a busy time and at 5:00 pm it was time to go to dinner at a friends house. They sent every one home and got in the car to go to the Christmas dinner. Eight doors on the main level. I ask John Ramsey if he stop and went around this large house and lock and check each door just before they went to dinner. He said no, but he thinks the doors must have been lock. Remember the neighborhood kids was all over the yard coming and going in and out of the house and garage.

On the 26th around 5:52 am the police was called that a ransom note was found and JonBenet was taken. The police did a walk around the house and found the Butler kitchen service door open and unlock. This door was located on the north side of the home next to the steps to the basement door where JonBenet was taken and killed.

This door was found unlock and in a open position.

Remember the Boulder police said that the house showed no sign of damage so it must of been an inside job.

The killer would use the closes door to the basement to exit the house. this door is the Butler kitchen service door, and it was found unlock and open that early morning.

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