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In My Opinion: JonBenet Ramsey, the Travesty of Innocence Revisited
by John H. Walker
JonBenet Ramsey, the Travesty of Innocence Revisited puts together factual information extracted for the most part from the ransom note that for the first time proves that the true culprits of her death were indeed her parents, John and Patsy Ramsey. Other information is crucial to the investigation of this young childs death, but it is the ransom note that holds the convicting clues to this hideous murder investigation and the ransom note also holds the convicting clues as to who the real culprits are, her mother and her father. One of the primary intents/purposes of this book is to prove via the ransom note that those persons guilty of this six-year-olds death came from within the Ramseys immediate household, and that the entire incident in and of itself had nothing to do with intruders, kidnappers, or the ransom note. The premeditated death of JonBenet Ramsey was an event preplanned by the Ramseys, staged and meticulously put together by them.
The writer cautions the reader to fasten all seat beats and get ready for a ride into a dark and benighted world of mystery and mayhem. Learn the truth about what went on in the Ramsey home the night death took JonBenet away. Understand more clearly the reasons this little child had to die in light of her participation in nationwide beauty pageants.About the Author
The author is a native of Winston-Salem, NC, and a divorced father of one child and three adult stepchildren, one of whom is deceased. The author was born in Roanoke, Virginia, on August 8, 1946, and is now presently living in Los Angeles, California. The author is also presently writing and working together in the gospel ministry, promoting, preaching, and teaching the blessed gospel of Jesus Christ. Called to the gospel ministry in 1977, the author is also licensed and ordained by the Independent Prelate Council of the United Progressive Baptist Church in the city, by the late Rev. Dr. Quincy Austin Caldwell.
The author is also a future graduate student of the Bachelor of Theology Degree Program at the Shaw University School of Divinity in Raleigh, NC.(2010, paperback, 258 pages)