Friday, January 4, 2013

Peter Hyatt and the JonBenet Ramsey Case

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JonBenét Ramsey,Crime Wire, Peter Hyatt, Statement Analysis

16 years ago, on Christmas day, 6 year old JonBenet Ramsey was found brutally murdered in the basement of her home in Boulder, Colorado.  There have been no arrests in the case and heated discussion continues, along with arm chair theories about who killed JonBenet. Peter Hyatt, expert in Statement Analysis, will give listeners an overview of the JonBenet Ramsey case, and how what went wrong during that investigation is continuing to go wrong in other high profile cases of missing or murdered children. 

 In this series of broadcasts, Hyatt will explain the roles of various agencies involved in the investigations, and the possibilities of why there have not been arrests in the Ayla Reynolds, Hailey Dunn, Isabel Celis, and Lisa Irwin cases making the headlines today. He will show the impact of the JonBenet Ramsey case in each of these current high profile cases. One of the most debated topics in the JonBenet Ramsey case over the last 16 years is the lengthy ransom note found in the home. Peter Hyatt's review of the note concludes:

The Ransom note was not only a fake, but it came from within the house, and its length and content showed knowledge of the family and fearlessness of being found out, as seen in the 'practice' note.

The content showed linguistic ties to Patsy Ramsey. 

Statement Analysis showed not only deception on the part of the parents, but linguistic indicators of sexual abuse, not surprising given the sexualized appearance of the child, as well as the many urinary tract infections and chronic bed wetting.  Individually, these things can be dismissed, but when taken in a whole, portray a tragic life for the child.

The police concluded that Jonbenet Ramsey died in the home, under the care of the parents, who then engaged in a cover up, feigning kidnapping and a staged murder scene.

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For the past 16 years JonBenet's beautiful little face is frozen in time, today she would be 22 years old. Will there ever be justice for her? Will justice come for Lisa Irwin, Hailey Dunn, Isabel Celis and Ayla Reynolds?

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