The article says "I think if Burke was upset about circumstances or Christmas presents, he probably would have been upset about her trying to snag a piece of pineapple - out of anger he may have struck her with that flashlight." This quote seems very unrealistic, but as I read more into the article became very interesting and yet very clear. Burke, JonBenet's brother could have been angry, and told his parents his thoughts about hurting her. I believe all of the family was involved in the murder and took part in it. I could very well be wrong but the quote is telling me a secret about the case. I believe they could all be guilty. Dailymail.com, Khaleda Rahman For. “'Burke Did It': Crime Show Claims JonBenet Ramsey WAS Killed by Her 'Violent' Older Brother and Her Parents Covered It up after the Siblings 'Clashed over a Midnight Snack of Fresh Pineapple'.” Daily Mail Online, Associated Newspapers, 21 Sept. 2016, www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3797692/Burke-did-Crime-claims-JonBenet-Ramsey-killed-violent-older-brother-parents-covered-siblings-argued-pineapple-midnight-snack.html.
The article says "Although Mr Karr had told reporters he was with JonBenet when she died, his family questioned that." This suspect is claiming he killed JonBenet, and that he had a very good connection and love for her. The suspects and sex offenders interviewed and looked at, for the murderer were very sick and looking for attention or just to say they killed her. This article also stresses that most children are killed by acquaintance or family members. I think most sex offenders go for small children and this Thailand teacher may have thought JonBenet was perfect. They are not saying it was a sex offender or a family member, just the facts of it all. "The greatest fear; The JonBenet Ramsey case." The Economist, 26 Aug. 2006, p. 25(US). General OneFile, http://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/A149997331/ITOF?u=j084910011&sid=ITOF&xid=e0aa7f81. Accessed 3 May 2018
In this article, dialogue from John and Patsy's interview is expressed and has many relevant details. John Ramsey says " I would have given my life for JonBenet. I regret, and I will regret for the rest of my life, that I wasn't able to that night. No, to answer the question, no we did not." The quote is very short and is a very simple answer any parent would say. I think they take the easy way out and try and stress their love for JonBenet, as best as possible. John and Patsy have been devasted since the morning of the murder, and get very frustrated that they are being accused. They stress that the person who did this is very sick in the brain. I believe they should be known suspects due to the morning after, since they were sleeping during the murder yet they could very well be telling the truth and would have done anything for their daughter. "'We Were Crushed, We Were in Shock'." Newsweek, 13 July 1998, p. 32. General OneFile, http://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/A20890106/ITOF?u=j084910011&sid=ITOF&xid=0e5c11c8. Accessed 3 May 2018.
This article is analyzing a reporter/writer's opinion and hypothesis on the JonBenet case. A man called, Mr. Nickell has a very interesting hypothesis on the killer of JonBenet. Mr. Nickell assumes that JonBenet is killed in the basement, because she was there. The writer of this article disagrees and explains how her body was clearly moved, and placed in the basement wrapped in her favorite blanket. The killer of JonBenet had a love for her, and that shows that is probably was not a random person, maybe a stalker, or even maybe her own parents. In the author's analysis of Nickell's article he explains that the parents very well could be the murderers. I find this article very interesting and also can be deceiving due to lack of evidence on the authors ideas and opinions. They do mention they are not facts, just ideas yet very well thought ideas to make me continue to wonder why the parents were not further investigated. "The JonBenet Ramsey Murder Case." Skeptical Inquirer, Nov.-Dec. 2017, p. 63+. General OneFile, http://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/A514097577/ITOF?u=j084910011&sid=ITOF&xid=480707de. Accessed 3 May 2018.
The police continue to say that they will not give up on this case, until it is solved. In this video, the reporter is announcing a documentary launch on the case. John Ramsey is showing his side and speaking out in his daughter behalf. In this news report, he explains how there is 1500 pieces evidence, 200 DNA tests, 20,000 tips and leads, and 1,000 interviews occurred. John Mark Karr confessed to the murder of JonBenet and explains how he loves her, and how she was accidentally killed by him. Unfortunately, the DNA did not match and he was not charged with the murder of JonBenet. The parents of JonBenet continued to have people show up at their door, claiming to have information on the case. Many years later, the parents are given an apology and enforce how long the murder of their daughter has haunted them, and how devastated they still how. The documentary brings up many unknown sources and clues to unravel the still unsolved case of JonBenet. This is a relevant thing for the case and is going to unravel things no one has found out about the JonBenet murder. “20 Years After JonBenet Ramsey's Death, Her Father Speaks Out.” ABC News, ABC News Network, 5 Sept. 2016, abcnews.go.com/GMA/20-years-jonbenet-ramseys-death-father-speaks/story?id=41872693.
This article explains how the JonBenet murder case is still left unsolved, after 20 years. In the time of the murder parents, John and Patsy Ramsey were surprised and terrified about what happened that night to their 6 year old daughter. Police have continued to investigate this case. A major reason this murder case has been unsolved is due to the lack of crime scene investigation. Police were not able to investigate the home, because many people had passed through following the crime. Many suspects were looked at, and two major were JonBenet's parents and a few other that had positive DNA testing. A sex offender and John Ramsey still rest as suspects, the victim's mother is no longer a suspect, she passed away from ovarian cancer. This case is going to remain unsolved until the case is over, and over thought about or until someone confesses. Agrawal, Nina. “20 Years Later, JonBenet Ramsey Murder Remains Unsolved. Why?” Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Times, 29 Dec. 2016, www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-jonbenet-ramsey-murder-20161229-story.html.