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Publisher's Summary

JonBenet Patricia Ramsey was a young promising beauty queen at an early age of six. Unfortunately, it was at this age when a tragic incident shocked not only the beauty pageant scene but the entire world. The young beauty queen was brutally murdered in Boulder, Colorado. The brutal crime happened in the basement of the young star's own home on the 26th of December, 1996. Nineteen years have passed, yet the crime is unresolved. Up until this moment, no one has been convicted of the crime. Experts say that this is due to the fact that when the incident happened, the Boulder Police Department were inexperienced in handling murder and homicide cases. In fact, a lot of people who were extremely interested in this particular case revealed that the authorities were not able to execute the standard operating procedures right after receiving the 911 emergency calls. Also, they did not accept help from more experienced agencies such as the Denver Police Department available nearby.
This book reviews and analyzes the procedural mistakes made by the Boulder Police Department throughout the course of the kidnapping and subsequent murder investigation. These mistakes are specified and interpreted as to how the department should have handled the investigation in order to protect and preserve the crime scene evidence that was eventually damaged due to carelessness. Next, the theory of the main suspects, John and Patsy Ramsey, as well as a possible intruder are discussed while addressing the physical and circumstantial evidence gathered during the case and how the mistakes of the police investigation might have hindered a conviction. So what really happened? This book aims at providing you the answers.
©2016 J.D. Rockefeller (P)2016 J.D. Rockefeller
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1 out of 5 stars
By Christina on 09-07-16

Most poorly-written book I have ever read

What disappointed you about JonBenet Murder Case?

The writing is appalling. Sentences are long, grammatically incorrect, contain incorrect word choices and are incomprehensible. The writing is so bad that it is laughable in places.

What was most disappointing about J.D. Rockefeller’s story?

The writing is shockingly bad. I have never read a book so poorly written.

How could the performance have been better?

The performance was hampered by the poor writing.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

My overwhelming reaction is shock - that something like this could be published.

Any additional comments?

Don't waste your money on this book - read about the case on the internet or invest in a good book.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Linda on 10-01-16

Could well be the worst ever.

I'll begin by saying I'm of Medicare age. This book made me think of two OLD men sitting down with a drink and putting together a "book". I have no idea of the verity of the content because it put me to sleep so soon. The narration is just awful. The writing is sophomoric.

Don't bother!

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