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The important quote - jameson245 - 03-21-2017

OK, I am looking at the files on the DNA - lots of stuff to read and it took a long time to find the report I feel is most important.

IMO, the whole file boils down to a single fact.  While some of the DNA can be disputed, there is a single piece of evidence that points directly to the man who was with JonBenét when she died. 

That man left his DNA mixed with her blood in her panties when he sexually assaulted her.

Amy Jeanguenat is the DNA expert who worked on this sample at BODE Laboratories.  I am looking at the results of the lab report that went to Investigator Tom Bennett.  There are 13 locus listed and allelles after each separate loci.  In other words, they have the killer's DNA profile and can solve this case!

To those who would say the DNA is "iffy" or "mud" or had multiple sources, I say that simply is not true and this report proves it.  


"When asked, Jeanguenat stated that she saw no indication

that a third party contributed to the mixture and would

'testify in court' to that effect."

RE: The important quote - jameson245 - 08-15-2018

From Michael Tracey in Scholars and Rogues

Crucially missing in the public case that was being made was the fact that DNA tests led the Colorado Bureau of Investigation to exclude, among others, John and Patsy Ramsey. This was known to the police by January 15th 1997, when the CBI lab completed the analysis of forensic samples provided by the Ramseys, along with a number of other people. This would be confirmed by further analysis in the early fall of 1999. For reasons best known to themselves the police chose not to share the first test results with the DA’s office until July 22, 1997 and, of course, kept the public blissfully unaware. The DNA was “foreign,” that is belonging to no known individual and was found in two drops of blood in the panties which, to say the least, needs explaining.

RE: The important quote - jameson245 - 08-24-2020

John Ramsey, "I learned just recently, that within two weeks, the police were given a report by the CBI Lab, whoever looked at the DNA, and said 'This DNA excludes this list of people, including John Ramsey, Patsy Ramsey, Burke Ramsey, and others.' That report was given to the police within two weeks. They did not share that with the DA for seven months. They knew within two weeks that the DNA excluded the family, and yet they withheld that information."