Skip to comments.Was JonBenet Murder an AIM Signature Crime?
Posted on 02/05/2005 8:41:49 AM PST by Snapple
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Don't blow me off too fast. I am pretty up to speed on my radical (alleged) Indian groups and their activities.
LOL - Who is Scipio Aemilianus? The Roman Admiral?
It isn't just the name. I watch Lee Hill and AIM for years before I made the connection to John Ramsey and the osage Indian murders.
Mainly, it is Lee Hill's manipulation of the investigation.
And now he fled town because he was going to court on felony assault and weapons charges.
That is a real scumbag lawyer.
I didn't connect the name John Ramsey to AIM until I read the book by Laurence Hogan called The Osage Indian Murders.
These FBI files were reworked by AIM into their anti-American propaganda.
The main killer of the Osage was named John Ramsey. My theory is that this is like a private joke of the killer--a deliberate clue. This is what criminologists call a signature.
You need to read about Lee Hill and Peltier and Ward Churchill and Peltier.
Lee Hill was tight with the radical drug addict/wife killer/pornographer/pervert writer Willian Burroughs. Hill was Burroughs lawyer, too. Burroughts spent time in N. Africa after he "accidently" shot his wife in the forehead in Mexico. Later Burroughs would perform as this midieval Iranian terrorist named Hassan Sabbah. He started the organization known as the Assassins. He was like Bin Laden.
Lee Hill was very influenced by his mentor Burroughs. Burroughs lived in Boulder and taught there some. In his old age he lived in Lawrence Kansas which was the home office of AIM I think. Burroughs is dead now, but he loved weapons. He had a real armoury.
It is not me that is crazy--it is them. And they are REALLY CRAZY.
I don't think most AIM members would kill a child.
I think it could be one or two who are completly crazy and obbsessed. I don't think this was done as an organization.
Give me a moment. I need to dig my tinfoil hat out of the closet and press out the wrinkles.
John Ramsey himself said that very morning that it was an 'inside' job.
The detective on scene reached for her gun when she looked in Johns eyes as he laid his dead daughter on the floor...she knew.
It is early, so you should sober-up and do some research on the names and information.
What was found was Patsys pen, Patsys paper...Patsys fibers on the tape on her mouth. Patsys paintbrush was the garrotte...fibers from the paintbrush were inside the baby.
Bob, have you read this version of the Ramsey murder?
Ward Churchill connected?
I find your theory interesting and will not dismiss it offhand. JonBenet's parents most assuredly did not kill their child. But perhaps her brother let the killer into the house.
And what color is the sky in your world....?
Or the Templars.
The little filed tools that are used to pick locks have a name. Like burglar keys or something.
Interesting. Boulder-ites sound like a bunch of Wackos?
My first thought was the brother. Sibling jealousy and rage. That would have made the parents cover up for him and make them look guilty themselves. I know he was only 9 but it could happen. The one thing I am sure of is that it wasn't Patsy.
So why aren't they in jail where they belong? I like Steve Dunleavy's take on the case, specifically the police chief and DA at the time: "(They) could not catch a cold if they were naked in Alaska."
I must be, because your tin hat looks really crooked.
I've always thought it was just a case of one parent lying and the other parent swearing to the lie.
I like the way you think.
Let's look at the ideology of the AIM leaders. They write and are in the papers a lot.
Lee Hill and Ward Churchill were AIM leaders and had both been involved with Peltier.
There is a lot on the public record and in their own words.
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