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At Long Last We Know Who Killed This Little Girl.

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ladybirder | 21:47 Thu 10th Jan 2019 | News
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A longtime suspect in the murder of JonBenét Ramsey has finally admitted he killed the then six-year old beauty pageant queen.
Anybody else remember this case?

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No, it's not alright I agree with you Naomi, but it is common amongst creative people to have obsessions, but it does not necessarily mean that he killed her. It doesn't do to jump the gun and join dots that are not necessarily there, because if he didn't kill her and he gets caught on the hook for it then justice hasn't been served and there is still a dangerous person out there.
Take things in the spirit they were posted in and stop being argumentative just for the sake of it. The RIGHT person has to be caught, a nutter with an obsession is not enough, it has to be the nutter who killed her.
I fear this young girls death and that of M.mc. Cann may never be solved in our lifetime if ever :-)
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I don't think Naomi is saying he has killed her. Just might have, as well he might.
How terrible to die and not know what happened to your child Anne.
Think I'm off to bed now as well, this depressing subject has depressed me:-(.
Sleep well everyone.
I agree LB . Nightmare scennario
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Ladybirder, I don’t know who killed her but …

Kvalidir, be he a luvvie, a poet, an artist, or a dustman, regardless of profession a grown man’s obsession with a 6 year old girl is creepy, warped, and unhealthy.
And so are beauty pageants....masquerading little girls in full make up, wigs, swimming costumes.
Yes indeed.

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