After a serious of hard and soft questions, Dr. Phill interview Burke Ramsey, Burke Ramsey is the brother of Jon Bennet Ramsey who died in December 1996. Speculations were around the family who was closed to her.
The Boulder Police spent countless of hours interviewing the whole family and every time they ask the family, they would get the same answered: They did not do it.
Who would have killed Jon Bennet? She was six years old when she was murdered and the possibility answered who was in the house when it happened?
The killer would have dropped the ransom note on the stairs. Carry the girl who was knocked out by the stun gun. Dropped her on the way down in the dark basement. She probably gained conscious. Then the killer would have then wrapped the cord around the neck to strangle her to death. (that’s my theory, I am not the killer. I am just reporting the facts and put it in a logical way, the best I can. I should have a been a crime writer, but this will do.)
And left by using the backdoor of the basement. It was a snowy night, when the killer escaped, and the snow covered the foot prints.
How did the father know to look in the basement? He couldn’t find his daughter all over the house and decided to try the basement?
Patsy Ramsey found a two-and-a-half page ransom note demanding $118,000 on the stairs. Got nervous and don’t know what to do. So she went to Burke’s bed room to explained what happened to Burke’s sister. She was killed.
And why did they have lots of people in the house when it happened? Could one of them be the murder? It’s like the game of Clue. That’s the mystery!
Doing the Q and A with Dr. Phil, it looked Burke Ramsey did not know what was going on. He was 9 back then. Can he do it? Only a smart intelligent person would have killed her and have the strength to strangle her? Remember there were no prints. Was there someone else in the house besides them? And stayed in the house till morning and got out when they had people in the house? (My crazy theories).
Now the FBI is trying to accuse Burke of killing his sister. In other words, they wanted a confession from him, by pressuring him to say something, that he killed his sister. Why put an innocent person in jail for the crime he did not commit? It is and still is an unsolved case over 20 years ago. Only Jon Benet knows who killed her.