The death of beautiful 6-year-old beauty queen JonBenet Ramsey
was a tragedy that spread throughout the nation rather quickly. It's
easy to see why. The little girl was precious, well-kept, and seemingly
adored by her upper middle class family in Colorado. The case quickly became a national story.
In fact, it was always a private tragedy. Two parents -- John and
Patsy Ramsey -- lost their beautiful baby girl. That would have been
horrific and tragic enough on its own to last a lifetime. But then came
John and Patsy weren't "acting" the way grieving parents should act.
They weren't sad enough or cooperative enough or whatever enough. So
much so that most people and the media began to suspect them, dragging
their names through the mud in the process. Now, nearly two decades
after that cold morning when JonBenet's body was found, it was revealed
that a grand jury wanted to indict the Ramseys. But the DA said no.
According to the DA, there wasn't enough evidence. Because guess what? You actually need EVIDENCE to convict people.
The culture of convicting in the public arena isn't new. But it's
highly disturbing. My heart breaks for the Ramseys who spent their lives
(Patsy has since died) trying to stop people from thinking they
murdered their own child.
Whether you think they did or didn't commit a crime isn't really the
point. YOU are not the judge or jury. Just because you think you know
something doesn't mean you do. Smart people know this. But most people
aren't smart. And so they go with the mob mentality to hate and
persecute and assume.
My heart goes out the Ramseys because they lost their daughter. No
one should ever have to live through that. But then the lynch mob
started in on them. The amount of hate and vitriol and judgement hurled
their way over the years is sickening.
They weren't indicted for a reason. So let's try to remember that.
Losing their child was a tragedy no parent should endure and, unless it
has happened to you, you have no right to judge how someone SHOULD
react. Let's have some respect for the law and assume that if there had
been enough evidence, they would have been convicted. The end.
I don't think they commited the murder, but the way the behaved when they called the police, during interview, strange things they said, there had to be something going on they knew about. It was all too weird. I can't help but think they may have some idea as to whom that mystery DNA belongs.
I am unsure about this. It seems there was some really sloppy police work going on as well. The ramseys were very well off(more than upper middle class). Someone that wrote that letter knew the exact amount of money he got in his christmas bonus too. Just lots of unanswered questions and I seriously doubt that it will ever be solved.