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Amy Mihaljevic Jonbenet same killer theory vs James Kolar objections

Post by redpill on Tue Dec 23, 2014 11:42 am

Detective James Kolar wrote a book "Foreign Faction - Who Really Kidnapped JonBenet?"

Kolar rules out the intruder theory based on the spider web being intact, therefore no forced entry.

daily beast/james kolar wrote:The Daily Beast has reviewed a portion of a basement crime-scene video taken around midnight, just hours after JonBenet’s body was found by her father. In macabre footage filmed on an ancient police video camera, the white-beamed circle of a police flashlight travels the path Ramsey investigators theorized an intruder took to sneak into the house. Hitchcock-like, the illuminated circle moves through what’s known as the “train room,” into closets where wrapping paper is stored, past an abandoned rocking horse, and finally focuses on what could be a clue in the very window frame through which intruder theorists say JonBenet’s killer entered the house: a triangle of cobweb blows softly in the breeze, undisturbed. Kolar believes the intact web is evidence that no one from the outside entered the Ramseys’ house.

This is the same window John Ramsey told police was unlatched the morning JonBenet went missing. It was also the window he told police he broke when he got locked out the summer before. The white light pans to a shard of glass lying on the sill, which Kolar theorizes would have been wiped away along with the cobweb if anyone had tried to squirm through.
empahsis mine

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/07/18/new-clues-in-jonbenet-ramsey-murder.html

according to James Kolar, the fact that their appears to be intact cobwebs in the police video recording of the crime scene proves beyond all doubt that no intruder entered through the basement window into the house. Therefore no intruder entered the house that night.





James Kolar wrote:Former detective Jim Kolar says a cobweb seen on a videotape taken the day after the death left him “convinced that there was no significant possibility that an intruder had been involved in the death of JonBenet.”

no intruder entered the house through the basement through that basement window that night as evidenced by the intact cobwebs.  therefore,  there was no intruder that night. the DNA evidence cited by Mary Lacy is obviously incidental.

James Kolar states in his book "Kolar had access to 60,000 pages of evidence, including interviews, forensic reports, grand-jury records, crime-scene photos and video."

Having access does not mean he had reviewed and thoroughly processed that information. 60, 000 pages is a lot for one person to read.

Kolar overlooked an important clue.

secret Santa wrote:
Secret Santa Visit

Carnes Account. "On December 25, 1996, while playing at the home of a neighborhood friend, JonBenet told her friend's mother that "Santa Claus" was going to pay her a "special" visit after Christmas and that it was a secret. (SMF P 124; PSMF P 124.) The person who may have said this to JonBenet has never been identified. (SMF P 125; PSMF P 125.)" (Carnes 2003:101).
PMPT Account. "Barbara Kostanick was the mother of a playmate of JBR's. She asserted: "The day before Christmas, JonBenet was at our house playing with Megan. The kids were talking about Santa, getting all excited. I asked JonBenet if she had visited Santa Claus yet. She said, “Oh, Santa was at our Christmas party the other night.” Megan had seen Santa at the Pearl Street Mall, so we talked about that. Then JonBenet said, “Santa Claus promised that he would make a secret visit after Christmas.” I thought she was confused. “Christmas is tonight,” I told her. “And Santa will be coming tonight.” “No, no” JonBenet insisted. “He said this would be after Christmas. And it’s a secret” (Schiller 1999:38-39)

to understand the potential significance of this clue, overlooked by Kolar, it's helpful to revisit another crime Amy Mihaljevic  




Amy Mihaljevic  





Jonbenet



wiki wrote:
On October 27, 1989, Amy Mihaljevic was kidnapped from the Bay Square Shopping Center in Bay Village, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland.[1] The abductor had contacted Mihaljevic by telephone and arranged to meet her on the pretext of buying a gift for her mother because she had recently been promoted, as he told her.[2]


And it wasn't just Amy


In November 2006 it was revealed that several other young girls had received phone calls similar to that to which Amy responded, during the weeks prior to Amy's abduction in 1989. These comprised requests from an unknown man, claiming to work with their mother, asking the girl to help him shop for a present to celebrate her mother's job promotion. The girls who received these calls lived in North Olmsted, a suburb near Bay Village; some had unlisted phone numbers.[6] This new information was considered significant by new movement on the case.[9][10]

let's revisit this clue

secret Santa wrote:
Secret Santa Visit

Carnes Account. "On December 25, 1996, while playing at the home of a neighborhood friend, JonBenet told her friend's mother that "Santa Claus" was going to pay her a "special" visit after Christmas and that it was a secret. (SMF P 124; PSMF P 124.) The person who may have said this to JonBenet has never been identified. (SMF P 125; PSMF P 125.)" (Carnes 2003:101).
PMPT Account. "Barbara Kostanick was the mother of a playmate of JBR's. She asserted: "The day before Christmas, JonBenet was at our house playing with Megan. The kids were talking about Santa, getting all excited. I asked JonBenet if she had visited Santa Claus yet. She said, “Oh, Santa was at our Christmas party the other night.” Megan had seen Santa at the Pearl Street Mall, so we talked about that. Then JonBenet said, “Santa Claus promised that he would make a secret visit after Christmas.” I thought she was confused. “Christmas is tonight,” I told her. “And Santa will be coming tonight.” “No, no” JonBenet insisted. “He said this would be after Christmas. And it’s a secret” (Schiller 1999:38-39)

let us understand this clue in light of what happened to Amy Mihaljevic  


http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2014/10/amy_mihaljevic_investigation_s.html wrote:

One day in late October 1989, Amy received a phone call after school.

She was alone, which was normal -- her mother had recently been upgraded to full-time employment at Trading Times Magazine. But before she could call to tell her mom she made it home safely, she received a call from a man investigators believe she knew.

He said he needed her help to pick out a present for her mother and had to keep it a secret. The man said he chose Amy because she could keep a better secret than her brother. But Amy couldn't keep a secret - she told two friends.

Four months later, a jogger found Amy's body in a cornfield in Ashland, Ohio, more than 50 miles away.

http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2014/10/amy_mihaljevic_investigation_s.html

James Renner wrote:
Friday, October 27, was picture-retake day at Bay Middle School. Amy hated the ponytail in the photo taken at the start of the year. She was a fifth-grader now, and she wanted to wear her hair down.

Indian summer had settled in that week, so many students made the half-mile trek to Baskin-Robbins that afternoon. Amy had told her parents she was staying after school for choir tryouts. But she was really meeting someone, according to schoolmate Kristen Balas. Amy had told Balas that a man had called her at home, after school, earlier in the week. He had said that he worked with Amy's mother, and that she had just gotten a promotion. He suggested they get her a present, and he told her not to spoil the surprise by telling anyone.

According to Balas, Amy was instructed to meet him in the parking lot next to Baskin-Robbins on Friday. Amy knew her mother had started a part-time job recently with Tradin' Times, the barter magazine in Rocky River, but she didn't know everyone who worked there. And lately, she and her mom had been fighting. Amy told Balas she had overheard her parents talking about divorce.
http://www.clevescene.com/cleveland/the-coldest-case/Content?oid=1491408

Amy received a phone call,
there was a pretext and story
Amy received specific instructions with time and place and
told to keep it a secret.
But told her friends anyway

Jonbenet received a phone call,
there was a pretext and story
Amy received specific instructions with time and place and
told to keep it a secret.
But told her friends anyway
Renner ibid wrote:
The FBI was alerted 14 hours after Amy disappeared, and a command post was set up inside the Bay Village Police Department. Special Agent Dick Wrenn, who lived a few streets away from Lindford Road, led the investigation.

Among the first people he spoke to was Kristen Balas, who told him about Amy's plans to meet a man she had spoken to on the phone. To Wrenn, it sounded like the clue that would solve the mystery. But the man's call had been placed from a local number; only long-distance calls were logged by the phone company at the time.

James Kolar wrote:Former detective Jim Kolar says a cobweb seen on a videotape taken the day after the death left him “convinced that there was no significant possibility that an intruder had been involved in the death of JonBenet.”


James Kolar obviously missed this clue and its significance.

This guy

 Amy Mihaljevic's a possible sketch killer "Mr. Critter"



based on his previous success with 10 year old Amy Mihaljevic, called 6 year old Jonbenet and convinced her he is santa claus, convinced her he saw her at a party and mall, and that he would have a secret visit the day after Christmas. Jonbenet had to keep it a secret. He had tricked Amy based on a pretext to meet with him, and now he was tricking Jonbenet to open the door for him on a pretext as well.

After everyone went to bed, Jonbenet woke up and helped herself to pineapple. She then heard a knock on the door, and it was Santa. She opened the door for her killer, Amy's killer, and allowed him in. Rest is history. Jonbenet's and Amy's killer did not have to go through the basement window and disturb cobwebs, Jonbenet allowed him in through the front door based on a pretext. 10 year old Amy was willing to meet her killer after school based on a pretext, and 6 year old Jonbenet was as well.

Fact is, Amy's killer Mr. Critter knows about Santa Claus and Christmas and the tradition of Santa visiting children through the chimney, and Jonbenet was 6 so she knew this as well as evidence by her statements, so he had a perfect cover story to use to get Jonbenet to open the door for him. No forced entry. Her killer just walked in through the front door thanks to Jonbenet.
http://www.wkyc.com/story/news/local/cuyahoga-county/2014/05/12/amy-mihaljevic-investigator/9014365/ wrote:
It was Amy's friends, just 10-year-olds themselves, that linked her disappearance to a phone call. They told police Amy was planning to meet a stranger who'd called, offering to buy a present for her mother.

"We started to put together that she was lured to Bay Square, basically, to be abducted," said Spaetzel.

While there are more than 100 child abductions each year, most are random. This was premeditated. And even now, after thousands of leads and interviews, years of both Spaetzel and Torsney's time investigating…it's this that stands out:

"The phone call is definitely unique. You don't see that very often," said Spaetzel.

Torsney says today's approach is to find similar cases, and search them for new connections.

Jonbenet is a similar case.

Mr. Critter's actions tells us a lot of his MO and his intentions

James Renner wrote:
Investigators would later figure out that Amy was not the only girl who had received such phone calls around the same time. There were at least three others.

These other girls went to school in North Olmsted and were roughly the same age as Amy, about 10 or 11. In the weeks leading up to Amy's abduction, a man called them at home, after school, and pretended to be a co-worker of either their mother's or father's. He told them he needed their help to pick out a present and asked them to come with him to the store. None took the bait. But with each attempt the killer refined his pitch, until, finally, he called Amy and she agreed to meet.

How did Amy's life cross paths with the lives of three girls from North Olmsted she had never met? At that intersection is her killer.

For 19 years, the FBI and the Bay Village Police Department kept the identity of these other girls a secret.

He called multiple girls in the 10-11 year range. He refined his pitch.
It appears Jonbenet was another girl that got the call.

James Kolar wrote:Former detective Jim Kolar says a cobweb seen on a videotape taken the day after the death left him “convinced that there was no significant possibility that an intruder had been involved in the death of JonBenet.”

Amy Mihaljevic proves that a predator is able to convince a young white female to meet with him, and a white girl is able to understand and follow these instructions. James Kolar's case completely collapses and is refuted. As the Inquisitor would say, "Are you paying attention boy? The RDi are dead. But there is another path. The Dark Side"

Jonbenet allowed her killer to enter through the front door based on the understanding it was Santa Claus secret visit.

It's worth reviewing the Ransom Note

Mr. Ramsey,

Listen carefully! We are a group of individuals that represent a small foreign faction. We do respect your bussiness [sic] but not the country that it serves. At this time we have your daughter in our posession [sic]. She is safe and unharmed and if you want her to see 1997, you must follow our instructions to the letter.

You will withdraw $118,000.00 from your account. $100,000 will be in $100 bills and the remaining $18,000 in $20 bills. Make sure that you bring an adequate size attache to the bank. When you get home you will put the money in a brown paper bag. I will call you between 8 and 10 am tomorrow to instruct you on delivery. The delivery will be exhausting so I advise you to be rested. If we monitor you getting the money early, we might call you early to arrange an earlier delivery of the money and hence a [sic] earlier delivery pick-up of your daughter.

Any deviation of my instructions will result in the immediate execution of your daughter. You will also be denied her remains for proper burial. The two gentlemen watching over your daughter do not particularly like you so I advise you not to provoke them. Speaking to anyone about your situation, such as Police, F.B.I., etc., will result in your daughter being beheaded. If we catch you talking to a stray dog, she dies. If you alert bank authorities, she dies. If the money is in any way marked or tampered with, she dies. You will be scanned for electronic devices and if any are found, she dies. You can try to deceive us but be warned that we are familiar with law enforcement countermeasures and tactics. You stand a 99% chance of killing your daughter if you try to out smart [sic] us. Follow our instructions and you stand a 100% chance of getting her back.

You and your family are under constant scrutiny as well as the authorities. Don't try to grow a brain John. You are not the only fat cat around so don't think that killing will be difficult. Don't underestimate us John. Use that good southern common sense of yours. It is up to you now John!

Victory!

S.B.T.C

Amy's killer gave Amy very specific instructions.

the RN reads "She is safe and unharmed and if you want her to see 1997, you must follow our instructions to the letter.

Any deviation of my instructions will result in the immediate execution of your daughter. You will also be denied her remains for proper burial.

Follow our instructions and you stand a 100% chance of getting her back."

instructions is repeated three times. Instructions are important to this killer just as they are important to Amy's killer as is keeping it all a secret.

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