Diane Hollis polygraph
#1
transcript from BORG Peter Boyles with polygrapher Gene Parker 

PB: This man's name came up in a couple of news articles and news stories when John and Patsy Ramsey first announced to the entire world that they had passed the polygraph test. Please say "Good Morning" to Gene Parker. Mr. Parker has himself a former Police Chief . He also has been well involved in the polygraph business. Mr. Parker, Good Morning.

GP: Why Good Morning, from Meeker, Colorado.

PB: Thanks for coming on the show. There seems to be a number of things. I spoke with Mr. Parker yesterday in a private conversation. There's been an awful lot of talk about your involvement or on-involvement in this case. So let me bring up a couple of the questions that seem to be out there quite a bit. Did you ever do any work for John Ramsey or for his company prior to this?

GP: No, I never did.

PB: OK. Had you ever met the Ramseys?

GP: No, I never had.

PB: Who approached you to do this exam initially?

GP: Back on 11 December, '97 I was requested by a national newspaper to confirm the authenticity of a Diane Hollis, who is a former executive secretary of John Ramsey, as to her statement as to, ahh, what had occurred in, ahh, conversation in the Ramsey office.

PB: For the folks in our audience, what did Ms. Hollis say had occurred in terms of a conversation?

GP: She stated that, ahh, there was conversation going on with, umm, some remorse as to, ahh, what had taken place at the murder scene.

PB: Could you go further, elaborate further from that, Gene, if you would?

GP: Ohhhh, let me see. I'm looking at a deposition that I wrote at the time and, uhhh, regarding, uhh, the accuracy of the examination. But, the gist of it was that, uhhh, "Were you told that John Ramsey was molesting JonBenet? That Patsy saw it, swung at John but hit JonBenet instead?" And there was a 88% probability that Miss Hollis was truthful with her "Yes" response utilizing an instrument of the United States Government polygraph for that purpose.

PB: That's why this is significant. That, there's another very significant part of this as well. Again, if you would, Gene, the best of your knowledge who was Miss Hollis and what was her job working for John Ramsey?

GH: She was an executive secretary
.
PB: And how did she come across this information?

GH: That, at this point, with due respect to your very fine radio station, I would be unable to provide for you, other than the fact that records show that Miss Hollis was an executive secretary for John Ramsey.

PB: And you tested Miss Hollis?

GH: Yes.

PB: And when Miss Hollis told you what you've just told us that she said, she tested out which way, true or false?

GH: Way to the absolute probability of truthfulness. That same, the same question was formulated three different ways and to each of those three different ways, uhhh, she, uhhh, the results of the examination shows that she was, the probability of truthfulness was very accurate, in the high 90's. The examination took approximately three hours and the actual exam itself about, uhh, 5 minutes times 3 times that was given to her.

PB: Now what's important about this is the Ramseys now tell us that they have total faith and trust in all polygraphs. And yet here comes this. And I don't know how much of this has ever gotten attention before so I wonder what their reaction will be, and I'm not asking for a comment from you. If we could then move on.
Were you ever requested or did anyone ever come to you about doing the Ramsey polygraph on John and Patsy?

GH: Yes.

PB: Yep.

GH Some short period of time ago I received a telephone call from some people that identified themselves as attorneys for John Ramsey.

PB: Did they mention names or could you mention their names?

GH: Yes, they mentioned names but I'm not at liberty to give those out, with due respect.

PB: All right. Fair enough.

GH: At which time I said "yes" since I had done the first one that...

PB: By the way Gene, did they know you had done the Hollis exam?

GH: Yes. Yes. In so much that I utilized an instrument perfected by the United States government and I had done the first Hollis polygraph which kind of started the whole thing that, "Yes, I would be more than happy to examine John and Patsy." And I quoted my fee. At which time I stated that because of the high profile of the case that it would require that a urine examination be done with a medical doctor and a registered nurse, for obvious reasons, presence. Uhhhm, the attorney said, who stated that he was an attorney, I had reason to believe that he was, stated, "Fine, they would get back to me." Some three hours later I received a telephone call from that same telephone number on my Caller-ID that I originally had got stating that they had declined my offer, they had found someone that would not require a urine examination, thank you very much.




PB: But that, that other person would be the legendary now Mr. T, the guy in NJ, who finds, after testing Patsy a number of times, he can't get an accurate read which I am told, and I certainly don't have any expertise, that when you keep getting inconclusive results, you've got a liar.

GP: Yes and no. Uhhh, there are---the human mind is a very strange thing, a very complex thing in so much as that a lot of things can cause an inconclusive.


PB: But how many inconclusives can you keep getting?

GP: With this instrument I rarely get one.

PB: Hang on, Gene. Let me bring you back and get a wrap-up.

Break

PB: ...He had an opportunity to do a lie, ahh, polygraph, I say lie detectors and I've been told time again and again and again Don't say that, but polygraph examination on a woman who also plays out in this as well, her name is Hollis, and ahh, Miss Hollis, Diane Hollis was the former executive secretary to John Ramsey. And he did a polygraph on her. You were, I believe it was, if I know anything about this, this took place in Arvada? Or would you rather not say?

GP: In that area.

PB: Fair enough. And what she told you is that she was told, and again this is a former executive secretary, she was told by someone in the organization, or someone, I shouldn't even set it up that way but

GP: I think maybe I can help you. She had a conversation several times with a personal secretary of John Ramsey.

PB: And she also was the executive secretary.

GP: Right, the executive had discussion with the personal secretary of John Ramsey which stated incidents of remorse and of some discussion as to what really took place.

PB: And what she was told, the fact that you say that 88% probability that this woman is telling the truth.

GP: That's correct. I'm looking at my notes here to the second relevant question, uhhhm, "Did you give, did you have the discussion with the personal secretary which lasted over an hour and a half period of time regarding what took place with JonBenet Ramsey?" and there was a 97% probability she was truthful, that she gained the information from the personal secretary.


PB: Wow! And then they, when initially they came to you to do some polygraphing and then you wanted them to take a UA and they would not do it. Why would that be important or significant, Gene, to the uninitiated?

GP: This was again the follow-up, where the media and, uhhh, events of the time had brought it to the head that it has now that I received a phone call to take in, OK, a polygraph examines John and Patsy. And because of the high profile of the case, because of their great monetary abilities and ability of certain drugs that are available that could affect the human body system that is examined by polygraph why I insisted that there be a registered nurse and a MD there to take a urine examination prior to the examination. So there would be no doubt in anyone's mind that anything might have caused reaction to change to whatever from what it really is. At which time, some three hours later, the law office called back and stated "Thanks but no thanks."

PB: So if you wanted to do a UA on whether or not they were doing...

GP: Whether they had used a drug. Which could, which very well could cause for an inconclusive, let alone could even take and show a truthful being deceptive.


[size=medium][color=#333333][font=ARIAL]PB: What's interesting about this is, even if, because clearly if they were, if they could pass a UA, they'd have come to you. And I'm guessing that.

GP: Sure.

PB: But they couldn't pass the UA so they go to another guy who doesn't require a UA and they still, Patsy still comes out on two occasions inconclusive, apparently--Carol McKinley from Fox News in an interview with the Ramseys, they did tell her they're both taking Prozac and if you watch Patsy Ramsey on TV you know there's more than just Prozac going on there. I don't know if you know that but you can certainly believe it.

GP: Yes, my Masters being in Psychology I have studied the effects of drugs probably as reasons that I polygraph for the Department of Defense. And I have found that there are certain drugs, let alone in that financial-ability category of the Ramseys to take certain drugs that could very easily cause it, which was the reason why I required a medical doctor and an RN which is I think only about the fifth or sixth time in my 20 some odd years of polygraphing that I've needed it.

PB: Gene, if they'd 've given you a hot UA

GP: Umhmm.

PB: That, that kills the whole thing?

GP: That's correct.

PB: Would you like to, I mean, I don't know what further comments...By the way, do you mind if I give your web site a plug or?

GP: Yeah, go ahead. At 64 years of age, anything.

PB: Yeah (chuckling) what are they gonna do to you, right? Actually, I've got a couple of web sites and phone numbers. What would you like to give out to the public?

GP: Oh, I don't know, the one that's http://www.PolygraphPlace.com/ColoradoPolygraph is one.

PB: Do it again and do it slow.

GP: http://www.PolygraphPlace.com/ColoradoPolygraph

PB: Fair enough.

GP: And then there is the expert pages for the world in different categories. http://www.ExpertPages.com And when you get to that click into experts in polygraphs and you'll see a map, click into experts of the world, in this case, click on Colorado.

PB: We will say goodbye off air and I know we'll be in touch and I know we'll speak again, Gene. Thank you for being on KHOW this morning. hang on. OK?
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#2
So how important is this? I think little. We all know there was a theory going around that John was molesting JonBenet, Patsy caught him and went to hit him but hit and killed JonBenet and the rest was a cover up by both parents. The theory has no support from the evidence. Not the physical evidence or the common sense stuff. (Do you really think they would have stayed married if that had been the case?)

BUT - the real heart of the matter here is just this - - Diane heard the gossip. She told the truth, she heard the gossip, theory, story, whatever. That's all we get from this polygraph.
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#3
This is from the Globe tabloid from December of 1997.

In part: "Diane, who worked at the Boulder, Colo. company for 2 1/2 years before leaving this year on amicable terms, says she received a call from a woman who said John and Patsy Ramsey, in a tearful meeting with their lawyers, had confessed to taking part in JonBenet's death. The woman whose call Diane took claimed her boyfriend was an attorney working in the office of one of Ramsey's defense lawyers. "She told me that her boyfriend told her Patsy had called their attorneys after JonBenet's death and admitted being responsible," says Diane.

"She said Patsy had told her attorney that she got up during the night and found her husband in JonBenet's room. She accused John of sexually molesting JonBenet."

"According to the woman, Patsy told her lawyer that she picked up something to hit John, missed and accidentally struck JonBenet on the head."

"Patsy admitted to her attorney that she and John made up the kidnapping story and he helped her construct the ransom note as a cover."

Diane received the call last January, shortly after the 6 year-old beauty queen's strangled and beaten body was found on Dec. 26 in the basement of her parent's $1.3 million Boulder home.

GLOBE has already reported that sources close to the police investigation say the scenario described by the caller is one lawmen have been looking into. A 51 year-old divorcee with two children, Diane was an assistant to Access Graphics vice president Laurie Wagner, John's right-hand woman. Diane's job was to field the up to 100 letters and 80 calls flooding into the company each day concerning the murder.

"I had grown used to weeding out calls from what we called 'crazies,'" explains Diane. "Something told me that this woman was not like that. Her words had a ring of truth and I believed her."

Diane says she put the caller on hold and went to notify Wagner, who was in her office with another worker. "I gave her a brief synopsis and she was perturbed," adds Diane.

"As I left, she closed the door and I put the call through to her. She spoke for at least 45 minutes to the woman."

When the call ended, Diane says Wagner told her to get Mike Bynum, the first attorney John called after he and Patsy reported JonBenet missing to cops.

"She spoke to him for 10 or 15 minutes, then called me into her office and told me that everything I had heard was confidential and that I should never discuss it with anybody," says Diane. "Bynum later called back to speak to John Ramsey and Laurie. It seemed obvious to me that something important had happened because that was probably only the third time he had ever called Access Graphics while I was there."

Later, the other worker came out of Wagner's office and told Diane "don't pay attention to that caller, she's writing a soap opera."

Says Diane: "I didn't like to be told that because I began believing they were covering up."

Diane says she was so upset she could barely sleep that night and made up her mind to tell the cops about the call.

But the next morning, the page on the message pad on which she'd written the woman caller's name and number had been ripped out," she says.

"I was really upset and worried about what to do," says Diane. "I was concerned about my job and even about my own safety."

Two weeks after that, she says she called a priest at her church - the Spirit of Christ, in Arvada, Colo. - and confessed the situation.

"The priest told me to hold tight to the information and the way would become clear," she says. "He said: "You will know when to release it."

She says she came to GLOBE because she wants to see justice for JonBenet.

Diane also claims there was more covering up at Access Graphics. She says John's cluttered desk top was cleared by his staff just before cops arrived with a search warrant to collect his materials.

And she claims many letters mailed to the company containing tips about the murder were turned over to Bynum's office and Ramsey's investigator Ellis Armistead - instead of to the police.

"This was potential evidence," she says. "It should have gone to the police."

When contacted by GLOBE, Laurie Wagner says material relevant to the case had been turned over to the authorities.

Diane was also shocked by John and Patsy's lighthearted manner weeks after JonBenet's funeral when, according to Diane, Denise Wolf called John at home.

"Denise said Patsy was laughing because John had flipped her the bird and she'd done the same back" recalls Diane. Shortly after, Diane was searching for John at work and found him with a sales director.

"He was laughing and joking and drinking a beer," she says. "I was shocked. He saw that and immediately sobered up."

Also in this article Diane Hallis says that John Ramsey ran Access Graphics like a dictator "who fired people on a whim." And his employees were so afraid of losing their jobs, they squashed evidence of an alleged confession..."But the attitude within Access Graphics was 100 percent not to solve the crime - but to protect John Ramsey."
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#4
I would love to invite Diane here to tell her story. If anyone has contact with her, please extend the invitation to her.
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#5
from - - 

What I saw at the feeding frenzy
A between-the-lines look at the Ramsey case
by Frank Coffman
February 29, 1999

"At an employee meeting at the offices of his company, Access Graphics, Ramsey brought up the episode as an example of how to deal with the news media. Diane Hallis, who worked at Access Graphics, recalls that John Ramsey would look out the third floor windows of the offices trying to spot reporters. "He hated them," she says. "His anger was directed toward the media, but never toward the killer. He never mentioned the killer."
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#6
Here's the transcript from Boyles with Gene Parker on June 8th, 2000

PB: This man's name came up in a couple of news articles and news stories when John and Patsy Ramsey first announced to the entire world that they had passed the polygraph test. Please say "Good Morning" to Gene Parker. Mr. Parker has himself a former Police Chief . He also has been well involved in the polygraph business. Mr. Parker, Good Morning.

GP: Why Good Morning, from Meeker, Colorado.

PB: Thanks for coming on the show. There seems to be a number of things. I spoke with Mr. Parker yesterday in a private conversation. There's been an awful lot of talk about your involvement or on-involvement in this case. So let me bring up a couple of the questions that seem to be out there quite a bit. Did you ever do any work for John Ramsey or for his company prior to this?

GP: No, I never did.

PB: OK. Had you ever met the Ramseys?

GP: No, I never had.

PB: Who approached you to do this exam initially?

GP: Back on 11 December, '97 I was requested by a national newspaper to confirm the authenticity of a Diane Hollis, who is a former executive secretary of John Ramsey, as to her statement as to, ahh, what had occurred in, ahh, conversation in the Ramsey office.

PB: For the folks in our audience, what did Ms. Hollis say had occurred in terms of a conversation?

GP: She stated that, ahh, there was conversation going on with, umm, some remorse as to, ahh, what had taken place at the murder scene.

PB: Could you go further, elaborate further from that, Gene, if you would?

GP: Ohhhh, let me see. I'm looking at a deposition that I wrote at the time and, uhhh, regarding, uhh, the accuracy of the examination. But, the gist of it was that, uhhh, "Were you told that John Ramsey was molesting JonBenet? That Patsy saw it, swung at John but hit JonBenet instead?" And there was a 88% probability that Miss Hollis was truthful with her "Yes" response utilizing an instrument of the United States Government polygraph for that purpose.

PB: That's why this is significant. That, there's another very significant part of this as well. Again, if you would, Gene, the best of your knowledge who was Miss Hollis and what was her job working for John Ramsey?

GH: She was an executive secretary
.
PB: And how did she come across this information?

GH: That, at this point, with due respect to your very fine radio station, I would be unable to provide for you, other than the fact that records show that Miss Hollis was an executive secretary for John Ramsey.

PB: And you tested Miss Hollis?

GH: Yes.

PB: And when Miss Hollis told you what you've just told us that she said, she tested out which way, true or false?

GH: Way to the absolute probability of truthfulness. That same, the same question was formulated three different ways and to each of those three different ways, uhhh, she, uhhh, the results of the examination shows that she was, the probability of truthfulness was very accurate, in the high 90's. The examination took approximately three hours and the actual exam itself about, uhh, 5 minutes times 3 times that was given to her.

PB: Now what's important about this is the Ramseys now tell us that they have total faith and trust in all polygraphs. And yet here comes this. And I don't know how much of this has ever gotten attention before so I wonder what their reaction will be, and I'm not asking for a comment from you. If we could then move on. Were you ever requested or did anyone ever come to you about doing the Ramsey polygraph on John and Patsy?

GH: Yes.

PB: Yep.

GH Some short period of time ago I received a telephone call from some people that identified themselves as attorneys for John Ramsey.

PB: Did they mention names or could you mention their names?

GH: Yes, they mentioned names but I'm not at liberty to give those out, with due respect.

PB: All right. Fair enough.

GH: At which time I said "yes" since I had done the first one that...

PB: By the way Gene, did they know you had done the Hollis exam?

GH: Yes. Yes. In so much that I utilized an instrument perfected by the United States government and I had done the first Hollis polygraph which kind of started the whole thing that, "Yes, I would be more than happy to examine John and Patsy." And I quoted my fee. At which time I stated that because of the high profile of the case that it would require that a urine examination be done with a medical doctor and a registered nurse, for obvious reasons, presence. Uhhhm, the attorney said, who stated that he was an attorney, I had reason to believe that he was, stated, "Fine, they would get back to me." Some three hours later I received a telephone call from that same telephone number on my Caller-ID that I originally had got stating that they had declined my offer, they had found someone that would not require a urine examination, thank you very much.

(Ed -- proof beyond a reasonable doubt that Team Ramsey had contacted other polygraphers and turned down Gene Parker BECAUSE OF THE UA. More lies out of the Ram spin team, in this case Lin Wood. No wonder Ellis Armistead et al quit. Hope the tabs are reading here and shout this to the hills!)

PB: But that, that other person would be the legendary now Mr. T, the guy in NJ, who finds, after testing Patsy a number of times, he can't get an accurate read which I am told, and I certainly don't have any expertise, that when you keep getting inconclusive results, you've got a liar.

GP: Yes and no. Uhhh, there are---the human mind is a very strange thing, a very complex thing in so much as that a lot of things can cause an inconclusive.

PB: But how many inconclusives can you keep getting?

GP: With this instrument I rarely get one.

PB: Hang on, Gene. Let me bring you back and get a wrap-up.

Break

PB: ...He had an opportunity to do a lie, ahh, polygraph, I say lie detectors and I've been told time again and again and again Don't say that, but polygraph examination on a woman who also plays out in this as well, her name is Hollis, and ahh, Miss Hollis, Diane Hollis was the former executive secretary to John Ramsey. And he did a polygraph on her. You were, I believe it was, if I know anything about this, this took place in Arvada? Or would you rather not say?

GP: In that area.

PB: Fair enough. And what she told you is that she was told, and again this is a former executive secretary, she was told by someone in the organization, or someone, I shouldn't even set it up that way but

GP: I think maybe I can help you. She had a conversation several times with a personal secretary of John Ramsey.

PB: And she also was the executive secretary.

GP: Right, the executive had discussion with the personal secretary of John Ramsey which stated incidents of remorse and of some discussion as to what really took place.

PB: And what she was told, the fact that you say that 88% probability that this woman is telling the truth.

GP: That's correct. I'm looking at my notes here to the second relevant question, uhhhm, "Did you give, did you have the discussion with the personal secretary which lasted over an hour and a half period of time regarding what took place with JonBenet Ramsey?" and there was a 97% probability she was truthful, that she gained the information from the personal secretary.

PB: Wow! And then they, when initially they came to you to do some polygraphing and then you wanted them to take a UA and they would not do it. Why would that be important or significant, Gene, to the uninitiated?

GP: This was again the follow-up, where the media and, uhhh, events of the time had brought it to the head that it has now that I received a phone call to take in, OK, a polygraph examines John and Patsy. And because of the high profile of the case, because of their great monetary abilities and ability of certain drugs that are available that could affect the human body system that is examined by polygraph why I insisted that there be a registered nurse and a MD there to take a urine examination prior to the examination. So there would be no doubt in anyone's mind that anything might have caused reaction to change to whatever from what it really is. At which time, some three hours later, the law office called back and stated "Thanks but no thanks."

PB: So if you wanted to do a UA on whether or not they were doing...

GP: Whether they had used a drug. Which could, which very well could cause for an inconclusive, let alone could even take and show a truthful being deceptive.

PB: What's interesting about this is, even if, because clearly if they were, if they could pass a UA, they'd have come to you. And I'm guessing that.

GP: Sure.

PB: But they couldn't pass the UA so they go to another guy who doesn't require a UA and they still, Patsy still comes out on two occasions inconclusive, apparently--Carol McKinley from Fox News in an interview with the Ramseys, they did tell her they're both taking Prozac and if you watch Patsy Ramsey on TV you know there's more than just Prozac going on there. I don't know if you know that but you can certainly believe it.

GP: Yes, my Masters being in Psychology I have studied the effects of drugs probably as reasons that I polygraph for the Department of Defense. And I have found that there are certain drugs, let alone in that financial-ability category of the Ramseys to take certain drugs that could very easily cause it, which was the reason why I required a medical doctor and an RN which is I think only about the fifth or sixth time in my 20 some odd years of polygraphing that I've needed it.

PB: Gene, if they'd 've given you a hot UA

GP: Umhmm.

PB: That, that kills the whole thing?

GP: That's correct.

PB: Would you like to, I mean, I don't know what further comments...By the way, do you mind if I give your web site a plug or?

GP: Yeah, go ahead. At 64 years of age, anything.

PB: Yeah (chuckling) what are they gonna do to you, right? Actually, I've got a couple of web sites and phone numbers. What would you like to give out to the public?

GP: Oh, I don't know, the one that's http://www.PolygraphPlace.com/ColoradoPolygraph is one.

PB: Do it again and do it slow.

GP: http://www.PolygraphPlace.com/ColoradoPolygraph

PB: Fair enough.

GP: And then there is the expert pages for the world in different categories. http://www.ExpertPages.com And when you get to that click into experts in polygraphs and you'll see a map, click into experts of the world, in this case, click on Colorado.

PB: We will say goodbye off air and I know we'll be in touch and I know we'll speak again, Gene. Thank you for being on KHOW this morning. hang on. OK?
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#7
This is from the Globe tabloid from December of 1997 as reported by BORG poster Thor

In part: "Diane, who worked at the Boulder, Colo. company for 2 1/2 years before leaving this year on amicable terms, says she received a call from a woman who said John and Patsy Ramsey, in a tearful meeting with their lawyers, had confessed to taking part in JonBenet's death. The woman whose call Diane took claimed her boyfriend was an attorney working in the office of one of Ramsey's defense lawyers. "She told me that her boyfriend told her Patsy had called their attorneys after JonBenet's death and admitted being responsible," says Diane.

"She said Patsy had told her attorney that she got up during the night and found her husband in JonBenet's room. She accused John of sexually molesting JonBenet."

"According to the woman, Patsy told her lawyer that she picked up something to hit John, missed and accidentally struck JonBenet on the head."

"Patsy admitted to her attorney that she and John made up the kidnapping story and he helped her construct the ransom note as a cover."

Diane received the call last January, shortly after the 6 year-old beauty queen's strangled and beaten body was found on Dec. 26 in the basement of her parent's $1.3 million Boulder home.

GLOBE has already reported that sources close to the police investigation say the scenario described by the caller is one lawmen have been looking into. A 51 year-old divorcee with two children, Diane was an assistant to Access Graphics vice president Laurie Wagner, John's right-hand woman. Diane's job was to field the up to 100 letters and 80 calls flooding into the company each day concerning the murder.

"I had grown used to weeding out calls from what we called 'crazies,'" explains Diane. "Something told me that this woman was not like that. Her words had a ring of truth and I believed her."

Diane says she put the caller on hold and went to notify Wagner, who was in her office with another worker. "I gave her a brief synopsis and she was perturbed," adds Diane.

"As I left, she closed the door and I put the call through to her. She spoke for at least 45 minutes to the woman."

When the call ended, Diane says Wagner told her to get Mike Bynum, the first attorney John called after he and Patsy reported JonBenet missing to cops.

"She spoke to him for 10 or 15 minutes, then called me into her office and told me that everything I had heard was confidential and that I should never discuss it with anybody," says Diane. "Bynum later called back to speak to John Ramsey and Laurie. It seemed obvious to me that something important had happened because that was probably only the third time he had ever called Access Graphics while I was there."

Later, the other worker came out of Wagner's office and told Diane "don't pay attention to that caller, she's writing a soap opera."

Says Diane: "I didn't like to be told that because I began believing they were covering up."

Diane says she was so upset she could barely sleep that night and made up her mind to tell the cops about the call.

But the next morning, the page on the message pad on which she'd written the woman caller's name and number had been ripped out," she says.

"I was really upset and worried about what to do," says Diane. "I was concerned about my job and even about my own safety."

Two weeks after that, she says she called a priest at her church - the Spirit of Christ, in Arvada, Colo. - and confessed the situation.

"The priest told me to hold tight to the information and the way would become clear," she says. "He said: "You will know when to release it."

She says she came to GLOBE because she wants to see justice for JonBenet.

Diane also claims there was more covering up at Access Graphics. She says John's cluttered desk top was cleared by his staff just before cops arrived with a search warrant to collect his materials.

And she claims many letters mailed to the company containing tips about the murder were turned over to Bynum's office and Ramsey's investigator Ellis Armistead - instead of to the police.

"This was potential evidence," she says. "It should have gone to the police."

When contacted by GLOBE, Laurie Wagner says material relevant to the case had been turned over to the authorities.

Diane was also shocked by John and Patsy's lighthearted manner weeks after JonBenet's funeral when, according to Diane, Denise Wolf called John at home.

"Denise said Patsy was laughing because John had flipped her the bird and she'd done the same back" recalls Diane. Shortly after, Diane was searching for John at work and found him with a sales director.

"He was laughing and joking and drinking a beer," she says. "I was shocked. He saw that and immediately sobered up."

Also in this article Diane Hallis says that John Ramsey ran Access Graphics like a dictator "who fired people on a whim." And his employees were so afraid of losing their jobs, they sqashed evidence of an alleged confession..."But the attitude within Access Graphics was 100 percent not to solve the crime - but to protect John Ramsey."
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#8
Spade posted this information on Diane Hollis' Polygraph

Here are scanned copies of 2 of the sets of questions asked of Diane Hollis by Gene Parker:

Computerized Polygraph System (Version 2.14.Copyright 1991-95, SAT Inc.)

Question list: BOULDER MURDER CASE Examiner: GENE WALLIS PARKER, CPE

1 Label: DI Type : C Answer: Yes
2 Label: SR Type : 0 Answer: Yes
3 Label: Nl Type : N Answer: Yes
4 Label: DL1 Type : C Answer: No
5 Label: Ri Type : R Answer: Yes
6 Label: N2 Type: N Answer: Yes
7 Label: DL2 Type : C Answer: No
8 Label: R2 Type : R Answer: Yes
9 Label: N3 Type : N Answer: Yes
10 Label: DL3 Type : C Answer: No
11 Label: R3 Type : R Answer: Yes

Date: 11-DEC-97 Time: 4:32:20

Do you understand that I will ask you only the questions we have discussed?

Regarding the Ramsey murder case, do you intend to answer all of my relevant questions truthfully?

Do you live in Arvada ?

During the 12 years of marriage to David, did you ever sexually cheat on him?

Did you have conversation with a woman who said she wanted to talk to John Ramsey about his molesting JonBenet/Patsy walking in/Patsy hitting JonBenet by mistake?

Is your first name Diane?

Prior to 1997, did you betray Nick & Ann over Dave

Did a woman ask you to talk to John Ramsey regarding information about John Ramsey molesting JonBenet/and Patsy discovering it?

Are you single with two children?

Before the age of 50, did you ever make a "serious" mistake in judgment?

Were you told by a woman that John Ramsey was molesting JonBenet, Patsy Ramsey saw it, swung at John but hit JonBenet instead?

Question list : RAMSEY MURDER CASE II - DIANE HALLIS Examiner: GENE WALLIS PARKER, CPE

Date: l1-DEC-97 Time: 3:25:34

1 Label: DI Type: C Answer: Yes
2 Label: SR Type : 0 Answer: Yes
3 Label: N1 Type : N Answer: Yes
4 Label: DL1 Type : C Answer: No
5 Label: R1 Type: R Answer: Yes
6 Label: N2 Type: N Answer: Yes
7 Label: DL2 Type: C Answer: No
8 Label: R2 Type: R Answer: Yes
9 Label: N3 Type: N Answer: Yes
10 Label: DL3 Type : C Answer: No
11 Label: R3 Type : R Answer: Yes

Do you understand that I will ask you only the questions we have discussed?

Regarding the Ramsey murder case, do you intend to answer all of my relevant questions truthfully?

Do you live on Everett Way

During the 12 years of marriage to David, did you ever sexually cheat on him with Oryln?

Did you connect the woman (on the telephone) talking about the Ramsey case, to Laurie Wagner?

Is your first name Diane?

Prior to 1997, did you ever falsify a document?

Did Laurie Wagner on her phone talk to the woman on the Ramsey case for over 30 minutes?

Are you single with two children?

Before the age of 50, did you steal from your Mom & Dad?

Did you give the woman calling about the Ramsey case to Laurie Wagner, and did you observe that they talked for over a half hour?
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