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  12/30/1996-1/9/1997
Posted by: jameson245 - 10-13-2019, 10:55 AM - Forum: lab reports - Replies (31)


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  Cindy's GoFundMe
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-13-2019, 09:01 PM - Forum: GO FUND ME - a way anyone can help - No Replies

Lou's daughter, Cindy started a GoFundMe page and raised 39,000 to help go after suspects.  One comment on the page was interesting and I share it here.

Fran Sanders donated [b]$22[/b]

Lived in Boulder before Jon Benet murder. Very good friend was the Assistant to the Chief of Boulder Police Dept. My friend was did not like little girls only boys (she had a boy) She did not like my daugther. My daughter was a tough one so I had a boy too so necer said anything. I asked her one time in the time line how the Police were doing on the case. Her comment was "Jon Bonet was a little slut" and they (Police) felt it was the family and that was that. I could not believe her response but filed it in the "friend" remark. I was saddened by her comments but stayed friends with her for 15 years until another comment about my life that made me angry. This has stayed with me all these years. I do not want to be known but thought you would want to hear this.

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  2019 request for funds
Posted by: jameson245 - 09-07-2019, 08:50 PM - Forum: Truth about Tricia Griffith and weBsleuths - No Replies

[b]PLEASE DONATE AT PAYPAL.COM USING THE EMAIL WEBSLEUTHS.COM@GMAIL.COM[/b]

Dear ForumsForJustice.org members and friends,
For FFJ to continue we need 160 dollars for new software. Please help us out by donating at PayPal with the address
websleuths.com@gmail.com

Until the money is raised FFJ will have to remain down.
ForumsforJustice.org is the sister site to Websleuths. It is a great place for everything JonBenet.
Ramsey lawyer L Lin Wood would LOVE IT if FFJ failed. Remember the time he subpoenaed me for the names of the moderators? He did not get on thing from FFJ, Websleuths or me.
It would be awful to know how glad L Lin Wood would be if FFJ ceased to exist.
One hundred and sixty dollars is all we need to keep FFJ going.
If you want to help keep JonBenet's memory alive we need to keep FFJ running but I cannot do it on my own anymore.
Thank you very much.
Sincerely,
Tricia Griffith
Owner ForumsforJustice.org and Websleuths.com
[b]PLEASE DONATE AT PAYPAL.COM USING THE EMAIL WEBSLEUTHS.COM@GMAIL.COM[/b]

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  Testa retires - Weinheimer in
Posted by: jameson245 - 08-17-2019, 10:42 AM - Forum: 2019 - Replies (1)

BOULDER, CO — Boulder Deputy Police Chief Carey Weinheimer, a 29-year veteran of the Boulder Police Department, will serve as interim police chief when Chief Greg Testa retires Sept. 3. Testa has served as Boulder Police Chief since 2014.
Weinheimer is expected to serve in the role for about 10 months until a new police chief is hired in 2020.
"Deputy Chief Weinheimer has played an essential role in maintaining the high standards of the department and in building our strong relationships with community members to ensure the Boulder Department continues to represent Boulder's values and a safe community for all individuals who live, work and visit here," said Jane Brautigam, Boulder city manager, in a statement. "I am confident that Deputy Chief Weinheimer is well prepared to lead the department with the full support of the leadership team and the respect of our officers throughout the organization."
Testa, who worked for the Boulder Police Department for 32 years, said it's been an "honor to serve the community."
Weinheimer joined the Boulder Police Department in 1990, and has since served as an officer, detective, sergeant, commander and deputy chief. He has been closely involved in the management of the police department and has worked with the city organization to launch the first-ever Boulder Stop Data Report, the city said. Weinheimer also is a member of the city's racial equity team and works with the Government Alliance on Racial Equity to improve treatment of all community members.
"We are fortunate that our police department is a healthy organization, and one that continues to challenge itself to be innovative, transparent and to reflect our community values," said Brautigam. "Deputy Chief Weinheimer understands the Police Department and the community. I am confident that he will be a strong interim chief until a new police chief is selected."
The city will conduct a search process for the next chief of police beginning in the fourth quarter of this year.
"In our search for Boulder's next police chief, understanding this community's values, maintaining strong department leadership, and partnering with residents to ensure Boulder has a transparent and equitable police force is essential" Brautigam said. "As part of our selection process, we will provide opportunities for the community to meet with the finalists and provide input on the candidates."
A date has not yet been set to fill the position. The city will work closely with law enforcement officers from outside organizations to evaluate candidates on policing standards, leadership, experience and preparedness to serve the Boulder community as chief of police.

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  their last photo questioned
Posted by: jameson245 - 06-23-2019, 01:21 PM - Forum: Miguel Sancho and David Tomasini - No Replies

What follows is from a BORG site - - their program was not well-received and their last photo was questioned in many places with posts like this.



We don’t know that was from the White’s party. We don’t know if it was cropped, photoshopped or not. We do t know if it’s digital or not. Put in context. I want the phots before and after.

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  gossip
Posted by: jameson245 - 06-23-2019, 12:58 PM - Forum: Miguel Sancho and David Tomasini - No Replies

FACT FIRST - according to an online search, the Ramsey program was the first of 6 shows on separate subjects.  The program was not picked up for another season.

The work product went to A&E.

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  The basement elevator
Posted by: jameson245 - 05-19-2019, 03:43 PM - Forum: Rooms - No Replies

No photo of this but records show the "elevator door" was cut into thirds and removed from the house when Mike Bynum was in control.

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  Beware of this team - JMO
Posted by: jameson245 - 05-07-2019, 10:17 PM - Forum: Miguel Sancho and David Tomasini - Replies (1)

I worked with the production for a short time. My very limited NDA ended when the show aired in April 2019.

I was approached by Miguel Sancho and agreed to help when he made it clear they were not BORG but looking at intruder suspects.


He said it was too bad they couldn't get a family interview - they believed John Ramsey when he said there's be no more interviews after Dr. Phil. I contacted John, flew to Salt lake City, drove to Moab with Sancho and got them the interview. I gave the team a handful of leads, including Jim Benish and the Schonlau brothers.

Within weeks I realized that the team (as a team) was.... dishonest. They had agreed to certain things that they never intended to follow through on (and no, it had nothing to do with money or credit).

I found myself disrespected and bullied (by Miguel Sancho) when I refused to give them certain files. Veiled threats were made - if I didn't cooperate, my relationship with John Ramsey would be damaged. My feeling was that if my relationship with John was that weak, it was certainly not worth crossing my own moral code to save.


Advised to remember my place (housewife with bills v Producers with cash) I was fully expected to "cash in" selling certain files and contacts.  I remembered my place, my personal values, and I quit the project.

Called and asked about the group, I still encouraged others to participate. I did tell those people that I was no longer involved, but I did nothing to harm the project.


I did, and do, warn people to be careful when dealing with either Miguel Sancho and/or David Tomasini. If you make an agreement with them, get it in writing.  Make sure it is signed, witnessed and notarized.   

Their program aired, most of it focused on a suspect I wouldn't have followed for long.  (Clearly their priorities don't match my own.)  But they did clear a few suspects and for that I am pleased.    

The point is, while 95% of my dealings were with Sancho, I would look at this team with a measure of … distrust.  

(Miguel, I expect one day you will see this.  This note's for you.  I said I would keep certain things you said confidential and, unlike you, I keep my word.   My comments here are about working with you as a producer, period.  You should have kept your word.  Money won't buy everyone., but I guess you know that now.  And that yes book isn't so good.)

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  Sancho program comment
Posted by: jameson245 - 04-25-2019, 02:53 PM - Forum: jameson's back - No Replies

I worked with the production for a short time. My very limited NDA ended when the show aired.
I was approached by Miguel Sancho and agreed to help. He said it was too bad they couldn't get a family interview - believed John Ramsey when he said there's be no more interviews after Dr. Phil. I contacted John, flew to Salt lake City, drove to Moab with Sancho and got them the interview. I gave the team a handful of leads. Including Jim Benish and the Schonlau brothers.
Within weeks I realized that the team was.... dishonest. They had agreed to certain things that they never intended to follow through on (and no, it had nothing to do with money or credit).
I found myself disrespected and bullied when I refused to give them certain files. Veiled threats were made - if I didn't cooperate, my relationship with John Ramsey would be damaged. I was advised to remember my place (housewife with bills v Producers with cash) I was advised to cash in selling certain files and contacts. I remembered my place, my personal values, and I quit the project.
I still encouraged others to participate. I did nothing to harm the project. But I did, and do, warn people to be carful when dealing with either Miguel Sancho and/or David Tomasini. If you make an agreement with them, get it in writing, signed, witnessed and notarized.

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  sold to
Posted by: jameson245 - 04-23-2019, 03:48 PM - Forum: The House at 755 15th Street, Boulder, CO - No Replies

Investors buy Ramseys' 15th Street home
By MATT SEBASTIAN, Camera Staff Writer
Friday, February 6, 1998
A group of investors bought the former Boulder home of John and Patsy Ramsey on Thursday and pledged to resell it at a later date, donating profits to the JonBenet Ramsey Childrens Foundation.
In a statement released Thursday morning, local attorney Michael Bynum said the house sold for $650,000 to an investor group named after the Ramsey homes address, 755 15th St., L.L.C.
The group, according to Bynums statement, is "composed of individuals assisting the Ramsey family."
Bynum, who in the mid-70s served as a Boulder County deputy district attorney, declined to elaborate on his brief press release. A friend of the Ramseys, Bynum took "Primetime Live" co-host Diane Sawyer on a tour of the house last summer.
Colorado Secretary of State records show 755 15th St. was incorporated Jan. 21 and lists Boulder resident Anne Bork as its registered agent. When asked Thursday about the purchase of the Ramsey home, Bork said, "I dont have any comment on that."
Bynums statement says the group will hold the home "for an as yet undetermined period of time" before offering it for resale. Any profits will go to the JonBenet Ramsey Childrens Foundation, a group set up by the slain 6-year-old's parents.
JonBenet Ramsey was found murdered Dec. 26, 1996, in the basement of the 15th Street home. Over the past year, the children's foundation has purchased several advertisements in the Daily Camera touting a $100,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of JonBenet's killer.
John and Patsy Ramsey, along with their 11-year-old son Burke, haven't lived in the home since JonBenet was found murdered. In July, the couple purchased a home reportedly worth $750,000 in an Atlanta suburb.
The Ramseys bought their 6,800-square-foot Boulder home in 1991 for $500,000. The four-bedroom, 61/2-bathroom Tudor-style home has been renovated since then. Prior to JonBenet's death, the family reportedly turned down a $2 million offer for their house.
According to Bynum's statement, the Ramsey family already had sold the home to a "relocation service" retained by John Ramsey's employer. Whether the employer in question is Access Graphics - the company Ramsey founded - or its former corporate owner, Lockheed Martin, is unknown.
The broker who handled Thursday's sale to the investor group, Joel Ripmaster of Colorado Landmark Realtors, said the relocation service, which he wouldn't name, hired him "late last year" to list the property.
Ripmaster said he couldn't comment on how much the relocation service paid the Ramseys for the house, or when it was originally sold.

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