JonBenet Ramsey hi-tech shoe print, intruder theory and forensics

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JonBenet Ramsey hi-tech shoe print, intruder theory and forensics

Post by redpill on Thu Nov 15, 2018 11:34 am

Thu Nov 15, 2018

today i clicked on my news, see no shooting or crazy event

then i headed over listverse

10 Absolutely Strange Ways Brutal Murderers Got Caught

8 Footprints

Gordon Veitch, unlike the other people on much of this list, wasn’t a serial killer but a murderer who killed one person in Scotland. On March 15, 2013, he killed Brian Bathgate with a knife.[4] After Veitch stabbed Bathgate in the neck and fled the scene, an 18-month-long investigation ensued, in which detectives tried to piece together what happened on that fateful night in 2013.

Left behind, unbeknownst to Veitch, was the one thing that would get him caught through new investigative analyses: footprints. Gordon Veitch left bloody footprints at the scene, and forensics were able to determine his specific walk, with his right foot pointed outward, and match the footprints to the crime scene, gaining them a conviction. Under Scottish law, Veitch was sentenced to a minimum of 16 years in prison for the murder of Brian Bathgate.
http://listverse.com/2018/11/15/10-absolutely-strange-ways-brutal-murderers-got-caught/

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Judge Sean Murphy QC told Veitch: "On two occasions you went to remonstrate with Mr Bathgate.

"The circumstances are not clear but you stabbed him in the neck before leaving the scene. The reasons why you did this are also not clear."

Groundbreaking footprint analysis techniques were used for the first time to lead detectives to unemployed Veitch after an 18-month hunt for Mr Bathgate's killer.

Forensics experts concluded that the person who left bloody footprints in the cottage where the murder was committed walked with his right foot pointing out.

Veitch, from Tranent, had gone to the country cottage in the early hours, but instead of approaching by the road walked through a field.

He claimed he never went inside the cottage, but had banged on the door a few times and took his glove off to knock on the window.


https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-edinburgh-east-fife-35060875

The Unsolved Murder of JonBenet Ramsey

they did find 2 shoe prints near where the body was found, one of which was the hi-tech shoe print



As for the footprint in the wine cellar, the source said, ``We know Burke had a pair of Hi-Tec shoes.''
JonBenet, a 6-year-old star of child beauty pageants and the youngest of John and Patsy Ramsey's two children, was found murdered in the basement of her family's Boulder home Dec. 26, 1996, about seven hours after her mother reported finding a ransom note demanding $118,000 for her safe return.
Boulder Police Chief Mark Beckner refused Thursday to discuss any single piece of evidence in the beating and strangling death of JonBenet.

saying Burke owned a pair of Hi-Tec shoes is not the same as saying that there is a match of the Hi-Tec of Burke, including size, pattern gait to the shoe print.

As the shoe print as details clearly visible,

there are various explanations as to what this shoe print represents,

but as it was not matched to Burke's hi-tec shoes, it is evidence of an explanation involving an intruder.

the excuses the RDI make such as you can't prove that the hi-tec shoe print was already there, or left by a police officer, therefore it is not evidence of an intruder, has zero scientific and forensic merit.

again, you can take any crime scene in which the evidence found in Jonbenet was found in another crime scene, then claim well you can't prove anything, so therefore there is not evidence of an intruder.

the hi-tec is not matched to anyone in the family
the intruder theory is that an intruder wearing hi-tec shoe prints left that impression that was found.


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