Jessica Ridgeway and Jonbenet Ramsey - forumsforjustice and RDI are idiots

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Jessica Ridgeway and Jonbenet Ramsey - forumsforjustice and RDI are idiots

Post by redpill on Wed Mar 02, 2016 9:41 pm

Suspect :  trasha griffith pictured below started both websleuths and forumsforjustice to go after Ramsey's.



I think it's instructive to review the case of Jessica Ridgeway



You can read the case here

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2223148/Death-obsessed-teen-confesses-murder-Jessica-Ridgeway-appearing-court-distraught-family-break-down.html

and other sites but I'll review the relevant parts

When 10 year old Jessica Ridgeway went missing Oct. 5, 2012, family called police and they organized a search.

during the search they found Jessica Ridgeway backpack pictured below

AMBER ALERT for Missing 10 YO Jessica Ridgeway, Westminster, CO ...
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VIEW OF THE STREET SIDEWALK - THATS JESSICA'S BACKPACK INSIDE THAT LARGE BAG ON THE SIDEWALK. Because the fence seems rather high, anyone could easily pull



they then tested the backpack for touch DNA

Missing Colorado Girl Jessica Ridgeway: Parents Deny ...
abcnews.go.com/US/missing-colorado-girl-jessica-ridgeway.../story?id..

Oct 9, 2012 - The parents of missing Colorado 10-year-old Jessica Ridgeway spoke for ... Crime Lab is processing the backpack for possible DNA evidence.

they found a match for the tDNA

Evidence details twisted path that led Austin Sigg to Jessica ...
www.denverpost.com/.../evidence-details-twisted-path-t...
The Denver Post
Dec 1, 2013 - Like many children, Jessica Ridgeway was told to be wary of strangers. ... Investigators matched DNA found in the backpack to the DNA in another assault

Austin Sigg | Murderpedia, the encyclopedia of murderers
murderpedia.org/male.S/s/sigg-austin.htm
Austin Sigg sentenced to life in kidnap/murder of Jessica Ridgeway ..... The CBI analyzed the backpack for DNA evidence and collected evidence from ...
Hundreds Of DNA Samples Taken In Jessica Ridgeway Case

Hundreds Of DNA Samples Taken In Jessica Ridgeway Case
denver.cbslocal.com/.../hundreds-of-dna-samples-taken-in-jes...
KCNC‑TV
Oct 23, 2012 - The police department confirmed Tuesday that they have collected hundreds of samples of DNA from people around the community in the effortWESTMINSTER, Colo. (CBS4) – The Westminster Police Department confirmed Tuesday that they have collected hundreds of samples of DNA from people around the community in the effort to catch Jessica Ridgeway’s killer.

Police hope DNA from one of the crime scenes, either Ridgeway’s Westminster neighborhood or Ketner Lake, will help lead them to the killer.

“All of the samples that we’ve taken up to this point have been voluntarily donated by the people who we’re contacting,” Westminster police spokesperson Trevor Materasso said.

The samples fall into several categories — those contacted in the canvass of Ridgeway’s neighborhood or where her backpack was found in Superior; people in the area who were on cellphones at the time of the disappearance; and those who might fit the description of the person who they are seeking, who they described as 5-foot-6 to 5-foot-8 with light skin and brown hair.

Police confirm 500 samples have been taken ...


denver.cbslocal.com/.../hundreds-of-dna-samples-taken-in-jes...
KCNC‑TV
Oct 23, 2012 - The samples fall into several categories — those contacted in the canvass of Ridgeway's neighborhood or where her backpack was found in ...


they then DNA tested hundreds of suspects.

ultimately the mother turned her son in and the son's DNA matched the DNA found on Jessica's backpack. He confess to her killing.
ibid wrote:
On Oct. 23, Mindy Sigg called police after her son confessed to her that he had kidnapped and killed Jessica. He told his mother he was a monster and needed to be punished.
Austin Sigg



A 17-year-old CSI student has confessed to the abduction and killing of ten-year-old Jessica Ridgeway and to a separate attack on a runner earlier this year, prosecutors said today.

Austin Reed Sigg, from Colorado, made his first court appearance today for both crimes. He kept his head bowed for much of the time, talking with his attorney but otherwise saying very little.

Authorities said they have overwhelming DNA evidence against Sigg and revealed some was found on Jessica's back pack.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2223148/Death-obsessed-teen-confesses-murder-Jessica-Ridgeway-appearing-court-distraught-family-break-down.html#ixzz41nZtSjQt
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let's review what happened here and how it compares with Jonbenet.

On October 5, 2012 in Westminster, Jefferson County, Colorado, USA after school as Jessica Ridgeway was walking home from school in broad daylight

'She was wrong place, wrong time. It was a random place, a random time. Random everything,' Sigg told officers in the interrogation video which was obtained by KDVR.

'I was just driving and just kind of looking. And I saw her...found the place to park. And I parked, and I waited. And she walked by, and I grabbed her.'

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2514485/Jessica-Ridgeway-killer-Austin-Sigg-told-cops-chose-random-tape.html#ixzz41nbXazk4
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as Austin Sigg grabbed Jessica Ridgeway, he also grabbed her book bag, which transferred his DNA from his skin cells to her book bag, and was left behind, as he put Jessica into his car. He then drove off, with the book bag left behind, for searchers to discover.

Jessica's family reported her missing, and retraced her steps, and found her book bag. they then tested the book bag for touch DNA, and found DNA. this DNA is the same DNA as DNA found on a jogger that was sexually assaulted a year earlier.

they then canvassed the neighborhood and got over 500 male DNA samples, with no match.

Austin Sigg's mother called 911 to turn her son in. His DNA matched the touch DNA found on Jessica Ridgeway backpack, DNA of skin cells that were transferred from Austin Sigg's hands onto Jessica's backpack.

Austin confess and was sentenced. Keep in mind that when they found the DNA, they found it on one location on her backpack, which could have been any male DNA from any student at her school.

the DNA was her killer's.


how is this any different from the reasoning Mary Lacy and her DNA and forensic scientists use for the tDNA found on Jonbenet?

it's not. the best scientific explanation for the DNA found on Jonbenet in 3 locations on separate articles of clothing in highly suspicious locations is an intruder did it.

the DNA they found on Jonbenet is more extensive than what was found in Jessica Ridgeway, and they also found other unsourced trace evidence including unsourced fiber, shoe print, tape, ligature, animal hair


if you apply RDI-intruder denialists anti-science tactics from Jonbenet to Jessica, you would argue finding that male DNA which happens to match Austin Sigg is "incidental". it is "secondary transfer" "no evidentary value" "not a scintilla of evidence of an intruder"

wrong No No No No

RDI lynch mob may not apply the same scientific forensic standards from Jessica Ridgeway to Jonbenet, but the forensic scientists do, and their conclusion is there is no innocent explanation for that DNA + other evidence of intruder. Like a Star @ heaven Like a Star @ heaven Like a Star @ heaven

Tricia Griffith for one has ZERO traning in forensic science. No No No

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