Patsy and John insisted that their daughter was asleep when they arrived home from a friend’s Christmas party, so many theorize that if her parents fed her the pineapple later that night, then it can be concluded that they lied to investigators.
Police later determined the note was written on paper from a notebook in the Ramseys’ house, and then the family underwent handwriting analysis to determine if there was a possibility that any of them had authored it.
John Ramsey’s sample seemed to show he didn’t write it, but Patsy Ramsey’s sample was labeled “After that initial day, we felt pressure from the DA’s office not to push too hard on the Ramseys.
Authorities told that the boy would probably be scarred for life. Jonbenet was killed in 1996, and Natalee presumably murdered in 2005.
Could the two have forged a relationship out of their shared grief?
This was a constant source of frustration and much could be written about this and the reasons for it.”The Pineapple A bowl of pineapple with a spoon was found on the table of the breakfast room, and fingerprints on the bowl were later revealed to be from Patsy and Burke Ramsey.
The fruit became significant due to the fact that the coroner found traces of undigested pineapple bits in Jon Benét’s large intestine.
Brennan fought to have records made public, which showed that the grand jury voted to indict John and Patsy Ramsey in 1999 on charges of child abuse resulting in the first-degree murder of their six-year-old daughter.
The district attorney, however, refused to sign the indictment.
Beckner wrote in a Reddit AMA (which has since been deleted, but a cached version can be found at the Denver Post) that since the crime happened at Christmas time, there were fewer people available to get to the scene.