Amy Mihaljevic Jonbenet same killer theory - signature in case linking sexual assault

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Amy Mihaljevic Jonbenet same killer theory - signature in case linking sexual assault

Post by redpill on Wed Dec 31, 2014 5:29 pm

when we compare this testimony
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)

with this


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

He convinced her to walk to the Bay Square Shopping Center Oct. 27. Then he talked her into calling McNulty to make sure she didn't worry.

But Amy couldn't keep a secret - she told two friends.  

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.

in combination with no force entry and 150 suspects close to the family DNA tested and cleared, there is a strong possibility Jonbenet received a phone call from "Santa" to keep it secret like Amy.

It's worth then comparing the nature of injuries Jonbenet received vs Amy in order to establish a behavioral case linkage.

Both were victims of a sexual predator/sexual sadist. The question is whether it was 2 different offenders, or the same offender.


INTRODUCTION AND DEFINITION OF SIGNATURE

The signature aspect of a violent criminal offender is a unique and integral part of the offender's behavior. This signature component refers to the psychodynamics, which are the mental and emotional motivations. Essentially, our human sexuality is established during our psychosexual development through conditioning and experience. Sexual behaviors, both healthy and unhealthy, are learned behaviors in which the individual develops a perception of what is sexually stimulating and satisfying.

CLINICAL PERSPECTIVE

Clinically speaking, there is a behavioral distinctiveness in human sexuality. This unique aspect of our sexual arousal and response system accounts for why individuals differ in their sexual behaviors. In sex-related criminal incidents the offender is oftentimes subconsciously "acting-out" a sexually significant behavioral pattern, which reflects the underlying personality, lifestyle, and developmental experiences of the offender. According to Dr. John Money (1986) there is a kind of love map depicting an idealized lover, love scene, and a program of erotic activities. These are related to the natural human development of the individual and are influenced by both biological aspects as well as the environment; nature and nurture. Sexual deviation occurs when these lovemap" patterns become derailed. Child molesters, rapists, deviant murderers and others with peculiar erotic interests are an example of this phenomenon.

The formulation of sexual deviance can usually be traced to aberrant erotic development. For example; strict anti sexual upbringing, sexual abuse of a child by the primary care giver between the ages of five and eight, overexposure to sexually stimulating behaviors and/or inappropriate and pathological family dynamics.

Human behavior, although unpredictable, is oftentimes repetitive. Research has indicated that certain actions engaged in at the homicide crime scene by certain types of personalities will repeat themselves in other homicide investigations. The homicide detective, who has enhanced his experience with a comprehension of the psychodynamics of human behavior, will be able to develop a base of knowledge, which can be applied to the review of similar cases.

INVESTIGATIVE PERSPECTIVE

From an investigative perspective, it is important to note that these individualistic behaviors are learned behaviors, which tend to remain consistent. An offender's M.O., or "method of doing things" is also a learned behavior. However, these type behaviors are developed over time and change as offenders gain experience, build confidence or become involved with the criminal justice system. The "signature" component may also change to some degree. However, the change usually involves a progression of violence and sexual mutilation, which is consistent with the paraphilia Sexual Sadism as seen in lust murders. The M.O. involves actions necessary to accomplish the activity while the 11signature aspect" represents the underlying emotional "needs" of the offender. These "needs" usually present as behaviors and actions that go beyond those necessary to accomplish the crime. When dealing with an offender, who is a sexual sadist, one can expect to see a progression of violence as the series evolves. Understanding and recognizing both the modus operandi and the signature aspect of the event can enable the professional investigator to "link" events in a series.

http://www.practicalhomicide.com/articles/signature.htm

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Victims

Jonbenet





Amy Mihaljevic  





both are 10 and under white pre-pubsecent white females who were murdered.
After abduction:

Amy Mihaljevic was fed by her killer at least one additional meal

Based on findings by the Cuyahoga County coroner, Mihaljevic's last meal was some sort of soy substance, possibly an artificial chicken product or Chinese food.

Jonbenet may have been fed by killer pineapple, though there is some dispute.

Amy Mihaljevic was killed shortly after her abduction by neck stab wound and head blow.

She was stabbed twice in the neck and struck on the head with a blunt object.


Evidence found at the scene of the crime suggests that Mihaljevic's body was probably dumped there shortly after her abduction.

Jonbenet was murdered by her killer that night, by neck ligature and struck in the head by a blunt object.

Amy Mihaljevic body was dumped in a field where it was quickly located.

On February 8, 1990, the girl's body was found in a field, close to the road, off of County Road 1181, Ruggles Township in rural Ashland County, Ohio.[1][3]
Jonbenet body was found on Dec 26 in the basement

both were fully clothed, in the clothing they were last seen wearing.

Amy Mihaljevic  
Blood believed to be that of Mihaljevic was found in her underwear, indicating she may have been raped or sexually abused.[4]

Amy Mihaljevic was undressed while alive, her pants pulled down, her undies removed, and received a sexual assault that injured her vagina, causing bleeding. There was no semen detected. Her pubis was wiped down and her panties pulled up and redressed, then killed. However, she continued to bleed into her panties from her vaginal injury. Amy Mihaljevic was found fully clothed, and laid out, but not sexually posed i.e legs spread apart.


Jonbenet was undressed while alive, her pants pulled down, her undies removed, and received a sexual assualt that injured her vagina, causing bleeding. There was no semen detected. Her pubis was wiped down and her panties pulled up and redressed, then killed. However, she continued to bleed into her panties from her vaginal injury. Jonbenet was found fully clothed, and laid out, but not sexually posed i.e legs spread apart.

the following is an example




that both was found with both Amy and Jonbent, both redressed, both happen when alive

Criminal Profiling: An Introduction to Behavioral Evidence Analysis
By Brent E. Turvey





Amy Mihaljevic had several items removed or missing from her person, such as her boots and earring. The paintbrush stick found on Jonbenet is missing and is presumed to be removed from her killer. Other possible items may include a gift that has unidentified animal hair, that was sourced on Jonbenet's hands but never identified.


After Amy Mihaljevic and Jonbenet were abducted, they were alone with their killer. The question to be resolved is were they victims of 2 different killers, or the same killer?

As outlined by Brent Turvey,
Amy Mihaljevic and Jonbenet both share victim type, specific and repeated constellation of injuries to the body, which were the result of actions that were unnecessary to complete death, (neck stabbing/ligature and head bash) and the vaginal injuries and redressing both received are identical in scope, both leading to bleeding, but no semen, all show same sexual signature.


AFAIK Amy Mihaljevic and Jonbenet are the only 2 white female victims 10 and under in the continental US from 1970 to present to receive this matching pattern of injuries, with OCCK as another possible example.

Amy Mihaljevic and Jonbenet are the only 2 white female victims 10 and under are matched by same signature, MO and victimology, and therefore, the same offender is responsible for killing both -  Mr. Critter.



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