Death of a pageant Queen
The murder of six year old Jonbenet Ramsey –a pagent queen. remains an open case, even after 15 years. The crime scene to any investigation is vital, as it is where investigators find leads and clues to capturing the killer. The crime scene in the Ramsey case was the Ramsey basement,. The girl’s body was wrapped in a blanket, her neck and wrists were wrapped in a cord, and her mouth was covered by duct tape. The weapon used to strangle the girl was a self-made garrote made from a paintbrush handle and tweed cord.
The bristles belonging to the paintbrush handle were found in the mother’s supplies, away from the immediate crime scene Also, the snow outside the house was cleaned away and an already broken basement window could have been the entry point for the criminal. The most confusing evidence was the blood found on Ramsey’s underwear, The DNA still remains unidentified, belonging to a man.
The search for Jonbenet Ramsey started and ended in her house. The police started by trying to find unusual things in the home and found the body. The investigators started from the closest location and worked their way out. They did not need to go further as the body was found. The mistakes related more to the investigation than the reporting.
As for the ransom note, the killer specifically asked for John’s -Jonbenet’s fathers Christmas raise. I personally do not believe that anyone in the family could be a suspect, because their reactions along with circumstances do not show that they were the killers . The Ramseys had no record of extreme family instability, As for John Mark Karr who falsely admitted to the murder in 2006, his story, facts and DNA did not match with the crime and his claim was dismissed as an attention seeker. Therefore, I strongly believe that the suspect is one who knew the family closely,and knew his was aroud in the Ramsey’s house,and is someone who got very lucky by escaping notice.
This murder case...