Suppression of Burke Ramsey as a Suspect

During a hearing yesterday, March 8th, for Burke’s $150M civil suit against Dr. Werner Spitz, Lin Wood said he doesn’t understand why Spitz would point the finger at Burke when nobody else has been speaking about Burke’s culpability for years.

“I know that since 1998, 1999 [when Wood, on behalf of the Ramseys, sued several parties], not a single member of the mainstream media or the tabloid media have ever accused this boy of killing his sister again.” – Lin Wood, attorney for Burke Ramsey


Based on our research, that’s simply not true…

November 5, 1999, Court TV 

1999: New York Post 

1999: The Star 

1999: New York Post 

2001: Daily Camera

2001: Daily Camera 

2003: Fox News [Burke Ramsey named a defendant]

2010: Daily Mail 

2010: CBS 

2010: CNN 

2012: The Daily Mail 

2012: Huffington Post 

2012: Fox News 

2013: CNN 


In addition, if Kolar’s book, published in 2012 is considered source material for the 2016 CBS show implicating Burke Ramsey, and Wood describes it as such, and Kolar himself appeared on the show which purported a Burke Did It Theory, then all coverage promoting Kolar’s book in the mainstream media including in the Huffington Post is further evidence of coverage in the mainstream media, with either direct or tacit reference to Burke Ramsey’s potential involvement.

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Is the Ramsey case unsolvable? What kind of alchemy is required to dig up new revelations decades after the JonBenét Ramsey case went cold? 

In the second Sequin Star narrative, the authors seek to build a brand new psychological case from the ground up.  They burrow deep through the darkest vestiges of the criminal archive and hold the Ramsey Intruder Theory up against real cases involving real intruders, like the Karla Brown murder and sexual assault from 1978.

The authors also test a myriad of inconsistencies in the Ramseys’ ever-evolving narrative. Why do they exist? What are these irksome inconsistencies covering up so many years later?

In addition to timeline critical events spanning 2007 – 2012, the second Sequin Star also interrogates:

–              Lighting inside the Ramsey home on the night of the murder

–              The northern neighbor Scott Gibbons’ eyewitness testimony

–              The Broken Playroom door

–              The flight itinerary of N2059W, John Ramsey’s personal plane

–              John Douglas’ profile of the killer

–              The Ramseys’ attitude to the media during the maturing phase of their saga

The narrator, investigative photojournalist Nick van der Leek, examines the Ramsey case file through the fiery psychological shafts of grief.  He masterfully casts over endless evidentiary fluff, revealing tangibles buried deep within the 20-year-old Ramsey canon.

Lisa Wilson, an L.A. based true crime researcher, meticulously assimilates and filters all available information to synthesize, from the cloud, the most cogent counter narrative yet.

“The second narrative in this series is solid,” Wilson says. “It expands on the theory of the first in many ways we didn’t expect, and neither will the reader.”

By applying an arsenal of modern investigative techniques, the authors have crystallized the unspoken horror haunting the Ramsey case in the starkest terms to date.  So many words.  So many years.  So much time and life lost.  What can be salvaged from the ashes of one little girl’s life?