JonBenet Ramsey how would a professionally trained forensic scientist evaluate evidence

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JonBenet Ramsey how would a professionally trained forensic scientist evaluate evidence

Post by redpill on Mon Jul 03, 2017 11:29 pm

the Daubert side of the Forensics is a pathway to many abilities the RDI would consider to be unnatural.

would it be possible to learn this power?

Not from an RDI

earlier I had discuss the Daubert Standard, and how it spells total disaster for RDI.

There is very little to no scientific credibility to major RDI claims and premises.

the following are a series of forensic topics that are far beyond any RDI

you will never see it on websleuth forumsforjustice reddit topix news articles

in the  JonBenet Ramsey murder investigation, multiple types of unsourced trace evidence and shoe print evidence was found. the tape and ligature, multiple types of fiber and hair, the shoe print, and then the ransom note.

there are literally tens of millions of RDI posters on various forums

who assert,  well it's illogical to place a ransom note and therefore there was no intruder
an intruder wouldn't leave behind a ransom note and body behind therefore there was no intruder

in the 20+ years since Jonbeent murder

you won't find a single RDI every ask this question on any forum, or from any poster

how would a professional trained scientist a scientist in forensic crime scene reconstruction and trace evidence analysis, a scientist whose qualifications and training meets the Daubert standard,  reconstruct the crime scene, from the trace evidence behind

for example, 6 forensic document examiners and a forensic linguist eliminated John Ramsey as the author.

how would a professional trained scientist a scientist in forensic crime scene reconstruction and trace evidence analysis, a scientist whose qualifications and training meets the Daubert standard, conclude on the question

is there scientifically credible evidence John Ramsey wrote the ransom note?

this is DocG of solving qualification

DocG is a composer, artist, poet and playwright.

would they agree with DocG of solvingjonbenet who has ZERO qualifications in forensics, who is some kind of "poet" who has never studied science, who has no science background, who has never studied any forensics of any kind whatsoever, that in his word he puts "Daubert" in quotation marks, then claims

that's no evidence whatsoever. John Ramsey wrote the ransom note. It's his handwriting?

for example, 6 forensic document examiners conclude that Patsy Ramsey handwriting scale on an ASTM scale from 1-9
where 9 is elimination, 1 is identification and 8 is highly improbable, scored an 8

is there scientifically credible evidence Patsy Ramsey wrote the ransom note?

would they say, well Patsy scored an 8, which means she cannot be eliminated, therefore Patsy wrote the ransom note.

would a trained scientist in the forensics agree that scoring an 8 on the ASTM scale, means Patsy is not eliminated, Patsy wrote the ransom note?

of course, anyone can be an RDI and have ZERO forensic qualifications and say whatever the hell they want to say.

such actions are more lynch mob than justice

below are 3 examples

Alliance Forensics Laboratory
Richard Ernest
Lab Director
6058 East Lancaster Ave.
Fort Worth TX 76112
phone: 817-228-6526


Richard Ernest is an award winning Forensic Scientist and Consultant who has over 31 years of Experience in Analytical Criminalistics and Forensic Ballistics. During his career he has worked literally thousands of forensic cases, and testified hundreds of times. Mr. Ernest is one of a very few private forensic ballistics consultants in the United States. He also owns and operates his own independent forensic firearms laboratory. He has worked cases all across the United States. His clients include law enforcement agencies, district attorney's offices, civil and criminal case lawyers, private individuals, journalists, writers, educators and students.

Mr. Ernest has performed work on such notable cases as the Atlanta Murdered and Missing Children (Georgia vs. Wayne Williams), the Branch Davidian cases from Waco, the Texas Cadets Murder (Texas vs. David Graham and Dianne Zamora), the Miami SWAT case (USA vs. Acuna, et. al. - the Richard Brown case), and the Jayson Williams case (NJ vs. Jayson Williams).

Areas of Expertise:

Firearm Examination and Testing
Bullet and Cartridge Case Examinations and Comparisons
Ammunition Evaluation and Testing
Shooting Scene Reconstructions
Shooting Accident Reconstructions
Shooting Scene Re-enactments
Distance Determinations from Gunshot Wounds and Clothing
Gunshot Residue Analysis (GSR) and GSR Consultation
Tool Mark Examinations and Comparisons
Gun Safety and Design Issues
Serial Number Restorations
Crime Scene Examinations and Consultations
Footwear Identification
Tire Track Identification

compare DocG qualifications

this is DocG of solving qualification

DocG is a composer, artist, poet and playwright.

who claims John Ramsey handwriting is the ransom note despite him being eliminated with CV of a real forensic document examiner

Richard T. Picciochi is a Questioned Document Examiner with over thirty years of experience in the New York City Police Department Crime Laboratory and in private practice. He is retired from the NYPD Forensic Investigation Division where he was a Detective, Document Examiner and the Technical Supervisor of the Questioned Document Unit. In the course of his career he has examined thousands of disputed signature, handwriting and document cases, participated in numerous high profile investigations and testified in trials including the "Zodiac" homicides and the first terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York City.

Mr. Picciochi possesses a background that integrates the academic sciences, applied forensic sciences and law enforcement investigations. He has earned a Master of Science degree in Forensic Science and has received extensive specialized training in questioned document analysis by the NYPD, the FBI and the United States Secret Service. Mr. Picciochi is a Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Document Examiners (ABFDE) and was awarded certification upon completion of comprehensive written, practical and oral examinations. He is also a member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and the International Association for Identification.

Mr. Picciochi specializes in the examination of signatures, handwriting and other document problems. He can provide on-site inspections, comprehensive written reports, demonstrative exhibits and expert testimony. Mr. Picciochi will accept civil, criminal and administrative cases and offers his services to both Plaintiff and Defense attorneys.
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Professor Leonard ( is Professor of Linguistics, Director of the Graduate Program in Forensic Linguistics, and Director of the Institute for Forensic Linguistics, Threat Assessment and Strategic Analysis at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York.

A Fulbright Fellow for his Ph.D. research, he received his B.A. from Columbia College, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, and his M.A., M.Phil., and Ph.D. from Columbia Graduate School, where he was a Faculty Fellow. He is lead researcher at Robert Leonard Associates, a consulting firm.

Leonard has been qualified as a Forensic Expert Witness in Linguistics and Language in a number of state and Federal courts. As a forensic linguist, Leonard has provided expert opinions to clients that include Apple, Inc., the Prime Minister of Canada, the NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force, and the U.S. Department of Justice, in cases dealing with a wide range of forensic linguistic issues.

The FBI has employed him to work on specific cases, train their agents, and analyze and advise on their Communicated Threat Assessment Database (CTAD), a "computerized database/software program designed to be the primary repository for all communicated threats and other criminally oriented communications" within the FBI and the United States. The purpose of this corpus is to assist Behavioral Analysis Unit-1 (Counterterrorism and Threat Assessment) agents in the assessment and analysis of all submitted communications (Forensic Linguistic Services at the Behavioral Analysis Unit-1, p.16).

Leonard has trained British law enforcement agencies, analyzed murder-related letters for the Pennsylvania State Police; consulted on domestic terrorism cases for law enforcement agencies in California; analyzed testimony that resulted in perjury indictments for the District Attorney in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania; linguistically traced threatening letters for the Baltimore Police; linguistically traced bomb-threat voice calls to the Nassau County, New York courthouse; and consulted on scores of other criminal cases at the request of law enforcement agencies throughout the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, as well as on scores of civil cases for major law firms for clients including Apple, Inc.

Leonard has been retained by both defendants and prosecutors to consult and/or testify in criminal cases involving murder, espionage, and other felonies, and he has consulted and/or testified for both plaintiffs and defendants in civil cases involving trademarks, plagiarism, libel, malpractice, and the meaning of contracts.

Leonard has authored and co-authored both technical and popular articles in the field of linguistics and has lectured worldwide on linguistics—on theoretical advances in linguistic theory and the application of the science of linguistics to investigative law enforcement and counter-terrorism techniques.


Leonard's linguistic specialty of Forensic Linguistics applies the science of linguistic investigation to issues of the law. Forensic Linguistics augments legal analysis by applying rigorous, scientifically accepted principles of analysis to legal evidence like contracts, confessions, ransom notes, threat letters, and undercover recordings.

In the U.S. legal system, language is key. Through language we promulgate laws, issue subpoenas and warrants, question suspects, give testimony, write contracts, confess, claim, and deny. Attorneys use language to write briefs, make opening and closing arguments, question and cross-examine witnesses; judges issue orders, write decisions, and charge juries. As biology and physics play crucial roles in the interpretation of forensic medical and ballistic data, linguistics enables a deeper understanding of forensic language phenomena.

Linguistics is the scientific study of language and is recognized as such by the American Academy of Sciences. Linguists regularly apply for and are granted research funds by the National Science Foundation. In virtually any major university or college, a student can major in linguistics and many major universities grant a Ph.D. degree in linguistics. There are academic associations and scores, if not hundreds, of peer-reviewed professional journals within the field of linguistics. Similarly, sociolinguistics is an established branch of linguistics with peer-reviewed professional journals.

Linguistics is a well-known science. However, there is confusion over the term linguist. The English language has two main meanings of the word linguist: one, a speaker adept at a foreign language, and two, a scientist who studies human language as a set of natural phenomena. Academic, scientific linguists belong to the second group (although many are also adept at foreign languages).

As in all other sciences, linguistics solves problems by constructing competing hypotheses and then testing which hypothesis better explains the non-random distribution of the data. For example, Galileo noticed that while the hypothesis that the Sun revolves around the Earth explained much of the data (it certainly looks like it does)—the competing hypothesis, that the Earth revolves around the Sun, explained more of the non-random distribution of the data (for example, the observed, non-random orbits of the planets) and was therefore the superior hypothesis.

Linguists—as all scientists—seek to explain the non-random distribution of data. Just as bullets do not randomly issue from firearms nor drug concentrations randomly spread throughout a human body, words are not randomly found to issue from the keyboards and mouths of speakers of English or any other language. Words adhere to patterns; these patterns are the subjects of systematic observation of scientific linguists.

Forensic Linguistics applies the science of linguistic investigation to issues of the law. Forensic Linguistics augments legal analysis by applying rigorous, scientifically accepted principles of analysis to legal evidence like contracts, letters, confessions, and recorded speech.


In the arts, Dr. Leonard, while an undergraduate at Columbia, co-founded and led the rock group Sha Na Na and as vocalist, he and his group opened for Jimi Hendrix at the Woodstock Festival, and played at the Fillmores East and West, on television's Tonight Show, and in the Academy Award-winning Woodstock movie. He left the music business for a Fulbright Fellowship and earned his PhD at Columbia.

In his research, Leonard focuses not only on forensic linguistics but on language and other conceptual meaning systems such as social identity, food behavior, and architectural and public space. He has published on linguistic theoretical semantics, semiology, and forensic linguistics. He co-edited The Asian-Pacific American Heritage (Routledge), which was chosen by the American Library Association as "One of the Outstanding Academic Books of the Year," and contributed to it articles on dialect, slang, and standard languages; Southeast Asian food; and food and ethnic identity. His research in the anthropology of the semiology of food was presented at the Oxford Food Symposium, St. Anthony's College, Oxford University and published by Prospect Books of London.

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