Jonbenet Ramsey's killer intruder saw himself as Keyser Soze the ransom note

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Jonbenet Ramsey's killer intruder saw himself as Keyser Soze the ransom note

Post by redpill on Fri Oct 28, 2016 8:00 pm

I've touched on this before, but I think Jonbenet Ramsey's killer is an intruder who was familiar with the movie the Usual Suspects



one of the criminals who was caught and gave an account was Verbal Kint, a cripple to a police detective.

Verbal gave a story about a mysterious criminal lord named Keyser Söze, and gave details on this criminal.

The ultimate twist in this movie is that the detective Kujan believes the story and lets Verbal go. It is quickly seen that Verbal isn't a criple but can walk normally.

The detective Kujan looks at a black board



and realizes that the entire story that Verbal gave was a concoction. I impromptu made up story he pulled from photos from the board, such as the city skokie, an obese person, names places, were all made up from that board.

at the same time one witness who survived described Keyser Söze


Gwynne Watkins wrote:


The Usual Suspects centers on five criminals (played by Gabriel Byrne, Kevin Spacey, Benicio Del Toro, Kevin Pollak, and Stephen Baldwin) who meet in a police lineup and decide to pull off a heist together. When the crime doesn’t go as planned, the men discover that they’re being used as pawns in a larger scheme masterminded by a semi-mythical crime lord named Keyser Söze via his attorney Kobayashi (Pete Postlethwaite). The film’s story is told through flashbacks, as customs agent Dave Kujan (Chazz Palminteri) and police sergeant Jeff Rabin (Dan Hedaya) interrogate the sole surviving member of the lineup, Verbal Kint (Spacey). The crippled, introverted Kint serves as the de facto narrator of the movie, until Agent Kujan pulls the rug out from under him in the film’s final minutes — revealing that the mysterious Keyser Söze was none other than Verbal’s friend and co-conspirator Dean Keaton (Byrne). Verbal appears devastated and limps out of the police station. All appears to be resolved.

That’s when the film pulls off a masterful reversal: Kujan looks around his office and discovers that the major details of Verbal’s confession were lifted from flyers and notes on Kujan’s bulletin board as well as other objects around the room. In other words: He’d improvised the whole thing. As it dawns on Kujan that Verbal has been Keyser Söze all along, we see Verbal lose his limp, flex his supposedly paralyzed fingers, and slip into a getaway car driven by Kobayashi. The last shot cuts back to an earlier scene of Verbal explaining Keyser Söze’s legend to Kujan: Kevin Spacey blows on his fingers and whispers the line, “And like that — he’s gone.”

the important detail here


that’s when the film pulls off a masterful reversal: Kujan looks around his office and discovers that the major details of Verbal’s confession were lifted from flyers and notes on Kujan’s bulletin board as well as other objects around the room. In other words: He’d improvised the whole thing. As it dawns on Kujan that Verbal has been Keyser Söze all along

from wiki


In the final sequence, it is revealed that the story that Kint had told Kujan is a fabrication, made up of strung-together details culled from a crowded bulletin board in a messy office. The surviving Hungarian describes Söze to a sketch artist: the drawing faxed in to the police station closely resembles Kint. Kujan realizes the fabrication and pursues Kint, who has already been released, his limp gone. He enters a car, driven by "Kobayashi". As the two drive away, Kujan desperately looks around the crowded streets for him.

2 important things here is that Keyser Söze improvised his long winded story to Kujan and he left and was never seen or heard from again.

In my theory, Jonbenet's killer is an intruder who knew and loved The Usual Suspects and saw himself as Keyser Söze. Like Keyser Söze he wanted to tell a story. Like Keyser Söze , he told a story that he improvised with movie phrases and cribbed together a ransom note. And like Keyser Söze his story convinced the world he never existed, much like the devil greatest trick is he convinced the world he didn't exist.

In writing the ransom note, Jonbenet's killer pulled off a Keyser Söze

RDI have been duped just as viewers of Usual Suspects were duped by the twist created by the mastermind Keyser Söze

One person who could pull this off is Melbourne's Mr. Cruel

Jonbenet's killer, a fan of Dirty Harry, Ransom Speed, The Fugitive, Die Hard, The Deer Hunter, The Rock, and Usual Suspects, wanted to test the intelligence of FBI profilers and other investigators.



Jonbenet's killer the intruder wanted to see if any detective, profiler, so-called statement analysis fools, investigator, could see the hidden reference to Keyser Söze, whether they would get the reference.

Keyser Soze created a pastiche from several things from the bulletin board and the cup, and Jonbenet's killer created a ransom note from historical ransom notes and movies.

the reason Keyser Soze told this b.s story is to convince Agent Kujan that Keaton is
Keyser Soze. He initially succeeded.



The reason Jonbenet's killer wrote his ransom note is to convince investigators the Ramseys wrote it. And he thought he would have fun just like his hero Keyser Soze


I'm the only one who picked up on it. cause I am Morpheus from the Matrix. U've been redpilled.

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