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Text of July 27 Ramsey Ad
July 27, 1997
AN OPEN LETTER FROM JOHN AND PATSY RAMSEY
We want to thank everyone who has shown concern for our family during this terribly difficult time. We also want to thank in advance everyone who reads this letter, and especially anyone who may be able to assist in identifying the killer of our daughter, JonBenet.
It has been over six months since JonBenet was murdered. We are devastated by our loss and by the fact that JonBenet's killer has not yet been apprehended. Sensing our frustration, our attorneys have assembled a team of investigators and experts whose sole mission is to find JonBenet's killer. Our investigators are taking a new approach to their search.
Please read the following carefully. You may be able to help us.
First, the experts tell us the killer is no stranger to our family or to our home.
Second, the killer displayed certain characteristics both before and after the murder. Our experts say that no one characteristic points to the killer, but that we must look to the totality of his behavior.
Prior to the crime, the killer was likely to have exhibited certain behaviors. Perhaps you know someone who was experiencing one of the following shortly before JonBenet was murdered:
  • Conflict with a female
  • Conflict with family
  • Financial stress
  • Marital problems
  • Legal problems
  • Employment problems
  • Did that person then suffer a traumatic event, such as the break-up of an important relationship, loss of a job, or some other disruption in his life that could have triggered violent behavior? Did that person express hostility and anger at either of us or our family? Was he depressed, perhaps using drugs or alcohol?
After JonBenet's murder, the killer would have, once again, been likely to have behaved in certain ways. Keeping in mind the pre-crime behaviors, did that person also:
  • Establish an obvious alibi?
  • Appear very cooperative with the authorities?
  • Closely monitor media accounts of the crime?
  • Appear extremely rigid, nervous and preoccupied during general conversation?
  • Find a legitimate reason to leave the area days or weeks after the crime, perhaps saying it was work-related or personal travel?
  • Suddenly become religious?
  • Increase his alcohol or drug consumption?
  • Experience depression?
  • Suffer insomnia?
Did you know anyone who has exhibited these behaviors? Can you recall unusual occurrences around the time of our daughter's murder? Any help you can give us will be greatly appreciated. Please call us even is you are not sure your information will be useful. Information which may seem insignificant to you may be the clue we need to solve this crime.
Please call our tipline at (303) 443-3535.
We are grateful for any help you can provide.
Sincerely.
John and Patsy Ramsey
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