JonBenet Ramsey’s Killer Finally Revealed 2 Decades Later

A new crime show has revealed a shocking twist in the case of JonBenet Ramsey’s murder.

On Sept. 19, “The Case Of: JonBenet Ramsey” aired on CBS, revealing a surprising suspect in the murder — her brother, Burke Ramsey.

In 1996, JonBenet, a child beauty queen, was found beaten and strangled to death in her family’s cellar, just hours after her mother, Patsy, called 911 to report that she had been kidnapped.

To this day, no charges have been filed in the case and there has been much speculation about who may be responsible.

In the new two-part CBS documentary, a team of experts reviews the evidence in the case and, in the final minutes of the special, reveal that they have reason to believe Burke, who was 9 at the time, may be the suspect.

The experts believe, however, that JonBenet’s death could have been accidental. It was revealed in the documentary that Burke struck his younger sister with a golf club a year before her death after “losing his temper,” according to the Daily Mail.

James Kolar, former chief of investigation for the District Attorney in Boulder, presented the theory that Burke may be responsible for JonBenet’s death. He noted that Patsy had left a bowl of pineapple and some tea for Burke and that when Burke caught JonBenet trying to sneak some of the fruit later on, he lashed out and struck her with a flashlight, killing her.

“My hypothesis was that I think the Ramseys came home around 9:30, 10 o’clock,” Kolar said. “I think JonBenet was asleep. I think John did carry her upstairs, Patsy remained downstairs with Burke and served him the tea and the pineapple. I think that accounts for the physical evidence as well as the latent print. Then she got JonBenet up to make sure she used the toilet, so she didn’t wet the bed that night.”

Kolar added, “JonBenet was up, she may or may not have brushed her teeth, that stuff was out on the counter, then I think she was up and awake enough that she was maybe still hungry and she went downstairs.”

“In the meantime, Patsy continued packing for the Michigan trip,” he continued. “I think if Burke was upset about circumstances or Christmas presents, he probably would have been upset about her trying to snag a piece of pineapple — out of anger he may have struck her with that flashlight.”

Investigators believe that there was likely no intent to kill on Burke’s part, but that the Ramsey family had intended to mislead the investigation.

“The Ramsey family did not want law enforcement to resolve this case and that’s why it remains unresolved,” former FBI profiler Jim Clemente said.

Investigators added that they do not believe Burke was involved in the cover-up, but that both parents likely were, based on the conflicting motives in the ransom letter.

It was also concluded that DNA on JonBenet’s underwear did not match any family member and did not prove that any sexual assault had taken place, notes Us Weekly.

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2-Year-Old Boy Kills His Mother At Walmart

A mother in Hayden, Idaho, was shot and killed Tuesday by her 2-year-old son when he reached into her purse and caused her gun to accidentally go off.

At about 10:20 a.m., the 29-year-old and several of her children were in the electronics section of the store when the young boy, who was sitting in the shopping cart, reportedly grabbed a gun that was in his mother’s purse and fired it. According to KXLY, the woman died at the scene.

The Walmart was subsequently evacuated, and employees were told not to comment on what had happened while authorities investigated.

“The store actually evacuated all the patrons out of it, nobody else was hurt which is fortunate,” Kootenai County Lt. Stu Miller said.

“This is a pretty tragic incident right now that we’re dealing with,” Miller said at a press briefing the morning of the shooting.

“It appears that the victim brought several of her children here to do some shopping after the holidays. The child looks to be sitting in the shopping cart with the purse while the female victim was shopping.”

Miller and Sheriff Ben Wolfinger released a statement saying that the shooting was deemed accidental. The Walmart will reportedly reopen on Wednesday morning, according to sheriff’s office. The store responded to the shooting, saying that an investigation is ongoing.

“A very sad incident happened in our store in Hayden, Idaho that involved a female customer,” Walmart spokesperson Brooke Buchanan said. “We are working closely with the local sheriff’s department as they investigate what happened.”

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Father Makes Disturbing Facebook Post, Police Called Immediately (Photo)

A Canadian man named Randy Janzen admitted to killing his wife, daughter and sister in a May 7 confession post on Facebook.

Janzen’s daughter, Emily Janzen, 19, was an aspiring actress who suffered from migraines so severe that she missed two years at the University of British Columbia and struggled with depression, according to Janzen’s Facebook post. Emily had dealt with the migraines and depression since elementary school.

Janzen described how much it pained him to watch his daughter suffer. Eventually, he decided to take his daughter’s life, which he viewed as an act of mercy.

“Emily had tried everything to get better but nothing seemed to help her,” Janzen wrote. “I took a gun and shot her in the head and now she is migraine free and floating in the clouds…a true angel.”

Afterward, he shot and killed his wife and sister.

“Then I shot Laurel because a mother should never have [to] hear the news her baby has died,” Janzen wrote regarding his wife Laurel Sinclair Janzen. “Then a couple of days later my sister Shelly because I did not want her to have to live with this shame I have caused all alone.”

The social media post alerted police in British Columbia who investigated and discovered the multiple homicides.

Officers of the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team initially went to a house in Langley where they found a body.

They received further information regarding another potential situation and went to a house on Llanberris Way in Popkum, B.C. CTV News reported that there had been a standoff with police officers at the house before witnesses reported hearing gunshots. Several hours later, the house caught fire.

The IHIT later reported that the suspect, believed to be Randy, and several members of one family had died.

In the wake of the tragedy, the Chilliwack School of Performing Arts mourned the Emily’s death and posted a tribute statement on its Facebook page in honor of her.

“Today we celebrate the incomparable Emily Janzen,” the statement reads. “A former student and instructor, forever a part of our CSOPA family.

We will fondly remember her bright smile, beautiful voice and amazing spirit. She will be greatly missed. Our condolences go out to all her family and friends.”

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