A list of honest individuals in the JonBenet Ramsey murder investigation:
In the previous post I listed a lot of people who I believe are corrupt and played a part in the murder of JonBenet Ramsey or the cover up of the truth about the murder. In this post I want to make a similar list of people who I believe are/were honest and truthful and non corrupt in the murder investigation.
Steve Ainsworth: Boulder CO Police Detective. Had Fleet White Jr, Chris Wolf and Santa Bill as the prime suspects in the JBR murder investigation. He was removed from the investigation for holding those views. Higher ups in the Boulder Police Department were corrupt and in on a cover up. They wanted nobody but the Ramsey\’s to be suspects. Ainsworth was removed because he was going in a different unwanted direction, ESPECIALLY in the case of Fleet White Jr. IMO it was because that Ainsworth suspected Fleet White that he was removed from the case because an investigation of Fleet White would reveal a big dark secret.
Kimberly Archuleta: 911 Dispatcher in Boulder CO who took the 911 call from Patsy Ramsey on the morning of 12-26-1996. This woman is under a Gag order and not allowed the speak about the case because she heard something during the call that exposes people outside the Ramsey family but she is not allowed to reveal it because of the cover up. Archuleta alleged that Patsy initially sounded hysterical, but her tone of voice reportedly shifted to one that sounded more rigid and calm once she thought she\’d hung up the phone. Though the phone call was only six seconds long, Archuleta said Patsy allegedly sounded like she was discussing what to do now that they\’d called the police and that it bothered her \”immensely\”. It sounded like she said, \’OK we’ve called the police, now what\’, and that disturbed me. So I remained on the phone trying to hear what was being said. It sounded like there were two voices in the room, maybe three different ones. I had a bad feeling about this. To me it seemed rehearsed. This is a key revelation.