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Some important questions are answered in the following post, Misunderstandings, Misconceptions, Misdirections. After that feel free to browse whatever topics might interest you see blog archive.
If anyone has trouble posting a comment, email it to doktorgosh at live.
Notice to readers of my Kindle book: I recently noticed that, on certain devices though not allthe Table of Contents begins with Chapter One and omits the Introduction and Preface. Since the Introduction is especially important, I urge everyone to make sure to begin reading at the very beginning of the book, not the first chapter in the Table of Contents.
The National Enquirer obviously wanted in on the Patsy Ramsey bandwagon before they were threatened with a lawsuit, that is, after which they changed their tune completely. So they decided to publish a partial copy of the ransom note alongside a partial copy of Patsy's left-hand sample, with a headline blaring the dramatic news: Patsy's left-hand sample convinced a great many people she had to have written the note.
For example, back ina thread appeared on the Topix website entitled: In the initial post, someone with the nickname "Cyber" wrote as follows: At the back of the paperback version of The Police Files, compiled by the Enquirer, are several of Patsy Ramsey's writing samples along with the Ransom Note.
After having contributed a few samples during Patsy was asked again to give a sample.
She didn't know until she sat down that LE wanted this sample to be left-handed her non-dominant hand. Take a look at this one in comparison to the Ransom Note. If this sample isn't a dead ringer for the Note I don't know what is. Is it really such a dead ringer?
Let's take a closer look. I've already provided an analysis, hereof the four words selected by the Enquirer as perfect examples of how Patsy's hand matches that of the note: Here's a sample of what I wrote: Taking the first comparison, on the word "carefully," the "a"s are obviously very different, so are the "r"s.
The "e"s are very different also. The top of the ransom note "f" is rounded while Patsy's is horizontal. Her "u" is a bit lumpy, while the "u" in the note is not.
The "l"s in the note touch one another, but Patsy's are parallel. The angle of the lower part of the "y" is clearly very different in both.
What, exactly is going on here?
And why were these four words chosen over all the others? For a long time I wondered about those other words, but whenever I tried to compare them from the NE graphic, one word would blur into another and my mind would go numb. So, finally, today, I decided to roll up my sleeves and actually compare as many words as possible, side by side.
This is what I came up with: There it is, folks, for all the world to see, all the "obvious" similarities between Patsy's left-hand sample and the "ransom" note!
If you think I might be pulling the wool over your eyes, then by all means, check my exemplars with the NE graphic at the top of this page.Longtime Ramsey reporter Paula Woodward stresses in A&E's Killing of JonBenét: The Truth Uncovered that "no handwriting expert has ever concluded that Patsy .
Based upon the exemplars available, the handwriting of the "ransom" note and that of Patsy Ramsey have numerous and significant areas of comparison. Shape of letters is one of the more telling areas of comparison, but this category would not substantiate an opinion on its own.
And you understand that from Alex Hunter's perspective, the sum total of the handwriting analysis done by the investigation on Patsy Ramsey was that she was somewhere at about a on a 1 to 5 scale, with 5 being elimination.
A handwriting expert who has examined the ransom note left in the JonBenet Ramsey case says it is very like that the letter was written by the child beauty queen's mother Patsy in an episode of 20/ This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged Boulder Colorado Police Department, Brenda Anderson, Expert Handwriting Analysis, Forensic Document Examiner, John Ramsey, Jon Benet Ramsey, JonBenet Ramsey murder, JonBenet Ramsey Ransom Note, Patsy Ramsey.
Jul 23, · Some Handwriting Evidence To claim on the basis of statement analysis that Patsy must have written the note is silly almost beyond belief. It's hard to imagine that a phrase such as "foreign faction" was even in her vocabulary.
who famously exonerated John and Patsy Ramsey on the basis of a few miniscule .