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Was JonBenet Sexually Molested?
Prior and/or During her murder?


1997-03-25: Trip to Georgia mirrors Boulder police interviews


March 25, 1997
Ramsey PI makes abuse inquiry
Trip to Georgia mirrors Boulder police interviews
Camera Staff Writer

A Ramsey private investigator recently traveled to Atlanta to determine whether sexual abuse occurred within the family, sources said Monday. Over the past few days, a Ramsey representative has interviewed friends and associates in Georgia about the family's behavior. Several of the investigator's questions apparently mirrored those police asked during earlier interrogations related to the JonBenet Ramsey homicide, sources said.

"(He) wanted to know things like my opinions on if I thought it was possible that JonBenet were molested, if the older children liked the younger children, and how the children acted around their dad and other people," said a family friend in Georgia, who spoke on condition of anonymity. "He seemed to get really specific when talking about JonBenet, but (he) also seemed to focus on Burke (JonBenet's 10-year-old brother) and how he behaved, too."

Pat Korten, the family's media consultant, and H. Ellis Armistead, one of the Ramseys' investigators, declined to comment on the report. Sources close to the case, however, confirmed the nature of such police queries. "We've been looking into the child abuse angle for a while because we want to make sure we're covering all of our bases in this investigation," a police source said. "The Ramseys' investigators probably went down to Atlanta just to see what people might have told us."

Authorities began searching for clues in the slaying after John Ramsey, JonBenet's father, and Fleet White, an oil executive, found the 6-year-old strangled, sexually assaulted and gagged with duct tape in the basement of the Ramseys' Boulder home on Dec. 26. About eight hours earlier, Patsy Ramsey, JonBenet's mother, called police and said she had discovered a ransom note demanding $118,000.

"The whole thing is just so sad, and I know that no one sexually abused her, so that's what I"ve told the (Ramseys') investigator," another family friend in Georgia said. "Then he asked me about Burke and how independent he was. I said when he was little, he wanted someone with him all the time to know that he was not alone. Then I told (the Ramsey investigator) how he's a joy to be around, and how no one in the family could have hurt him or his sister."

Korten has noted law enforcement officials have medical records that "show conclusively that there is no evidence ... of abuse of any kind," he said. The family also has provided the Boulder County District Attorney a psychiatrist's videotaped interview with Burke which they claim demonstrates the family has no history of sexual abuse.

"It's just ridiculous to even think about abuse with (the Ramseys) because no one in the family ever even raised their voices at these kids," a family friend said. "That's why I wish detectives would quit asking me about it."

While Ramsey investigators and Boulder police have questioned several family friends, authorities still have not formally interviewed the Ramseys. "To my knowledge, that is still being discussed," Korten said recently. Korten also denied reports Monday the couple have purchased a home in Georgia. The Ramseys returned to Atlanta on Saturday.

"There's been a rumor going around that they're in Georgia to buy a house," a family friend said.

"They're probably just there for the (Easter) holidays."

[People Magazine, October 6, 1997]People Magazine, October 6, 1997, 'Mom and Dad Under Suspicion'
(by Richard Jerome, Vickie Bane in Boulder, Sara Gay Dammann in Charlevoix, Fannie Weinstein and Gail Wescott in Atlanta, Jennifer Mendelsohn in Parkersburg, Margie Bonnett Sellinger in Washington and Sue Miller in New York City)

(Page 107): "Cosseted though she was, Jonny B, as the family sometimes called her, suffered nagging health problems. She made 27 trips to the doctor during the last three years of her life, several times complaining of vaginal irritation. A genital abrasion detailed in her autopsy inspired speculation of abuse, but her pediatrician, Dr. Francesco Beuf, told Primetime that the number of visits were not unusual and said JonBent's vaginal woes were "perhaps related to the use of bubble bath"

1997-09-30: Suspected sexual abuse revealed in unsealed JonBenet documents

Suspected sexual abuse revealed in unsealed JonBenet documents
By Charlie Brennan
September 30, 1997
Rocky Mountain News Staff Writer
BOULDER -- Police knew within a day of JonBenet Ramsey's death that she may have been sexually abused the night she was killed.

Boulder's coroner, Dr. John Meyer, told a detective watching the autopsy Dec. 27 that JonBenet had injuries to her genitals.

Detective Linda Arndt said she then heard Meyer say that "it was his opinion that the victim had been subjected to sexual contact.''

That grim finding is contained in the 65 pages of search warrants and affidavits connected to the Ramsey case which were released Monday. The warrants cover searches of the Ramsey home and their two vehicles: a 1995 Jaguar and a 1996 Jeep Cherokee in an attached garage.

Sexual abuse had been stated as theory only by outside experts before this.

Meyer declined on Monday to discuss his findings in any detail.

But police quickly mounted a search for pornography -- particularly child porn -- within the Ramsey home, noted Craig Silverman, a longtime top prosecutor in Denver now in private practice.

"The way in which 'sexual contact' was used by police was to bolster the search for pornography,'' he said.

The court papers -- with a few brief passages blacked out at the request of Boulder District Attorney Alex Hunter -- became public when a 120-day court-ordered seal expired.

Most of the brief segments excised at Hunter's request appear to be references to the duct tape covering JonBenet's mouth, blacked out in the hope that only the killer would know its color.

JonBenet was found strangled, with a fractured skull, in her parents' basement the afternoon of Dec. 26.

Other highlights in the documents released Monday:

-When Boulder Police Sgt. Bob Whitson arrived at the Ramseys' home at 9:30 a.m. Dec. 26, he noticed "what appeared to be a pry mark'' in the door jamb of a rear entrance into the kitchen. The "damaged areas appeared to have been less weathered'' than surrounding surface areas, Whitson noted.

It has long been reported that there was no sign of forced entry at the residence.

-JonBenet, 6, had a green substance entangled in her hair, a substance "consistent'' with festive Christmas material decorating the spiral staircase where her mother reported finding the ransom note.

-When Detective Arndt told John Ramsey to check the house for any sign of JonBenet at 1 p.m. -- about seven hours after the ransom note was found and she was discovered missing -- he went straight to the basement, followed by two friends, where he found JonBenet in a little-used wine cellar.

-John Ramsey told police that when he found his daughter in the basement, beneath a blanket, her wrists were "tied above her head.''

When he brought her upstairs a moment later, however, Arndt noted that string was only hanging off her right wrist.

-Police took a lot of interest in anything that could prove the Ramseys had child pornography in their home.

Police took computers, computer disks and files, and a video camera from the home. None were found to be connected to child pornography.

As for the issue of possible sexual assault, Meyer's finding doesn't resolve the issue. Meyer said Monday that his statements can't be read as being synonymous with a conclusion of sexual assault.

"What's listed in the search warrant is but one of the scenarios that we discussed with police,'' Meyer said.

September 30, 1997


[Patsy Ramsey, June 1998 Interviews]1998-06-23: Patsy Ramsey Interrogation by Thomas Haney and Trip DeMuth (Screen Capture on left is from "CBS 48 Hours Investigates - Searching for a Killer" 10/04/2002)

Patsy Ramsey Interrogation by Thomas Haney and Trip DeMuth - Present also were Patrick Burke and Ellis Armistead June 23, 24, 25, 1998 - Boulder, Colorado


June 1998 Patsy Ramsey Interrogation by Thomas Haney and Trip DeMuth (JonBenet prior sexual abuse)

8 TOM HANEY: Okay. And did JonBenet
9 have on more than one occasion some vaginitis or
10 infection or--
11 PATSY RAMSEY: Well, she would,
12 like we talked about earlier, you know, her
13 wiping habits weren't terrific. And so she had
14 urinated, maybe she wouldn't wipe properly and
15 her panties would get wet, a little damp, which
16 would cause a little irritation, you know, kind
17 of like diaper rash and the same with you know,
18 bowel movements. You know.
19 So I would use -- a lot of time I
20 used Desitin or something, she had some redness,
21 you know, so I used Desitin.

13 TOM HANEY: You know, how often?
14 PATSY RAMSEY: You know, I don't
15 know. I just kept the tube in her bathroom
16 drawer there. If she complained that her bottom
17 was hurting I would take a little on a tissue,
18 you know, and put it on there. Not very often.



16 TOM HANEY: How about at bath time?
17 What, is she old enough to take a bath by
18 herself?
20 TOM HANEY: So who bathed her?
22 TOM HANEY: Anybody else?

24 TOM HANEY: Baby-sitters?
25 PATSY RAMSEY: Well, if Suzanne

1 were there, she might or my mother would, or you
2 know.

3 TOM HANEY: Did JonBenet ever
4 complain about any inappropriate touching by
5 anybody?


19 TOM HANEY: You made three calls to
20 Dr. Buff 's office on December 7. Okay. Just--
22 TOM HANEY: Correct? Three in one
23 day. One at 6:28 p.m., one at 6:50 p.m., and
24 one at 6:59 p.m. Do you recall that day?
25 PATSY RAMSEY: To the office or

1 his home?
2 TOM HANEY: To the office.
3 PATSY RAMSEY: No, I don't
4 remember.
5 TOM HANEY: Would that have been
6 for something like this, to remember?
7 PATSY RAMSEY: Seems like I would
8 have remembered, you know.
9 TOM HANEY: Three times in less
10 than an hour?
11 PATSY RAMSEY: Yeah. I just
12 don't --



25 TOM HANEY: Okay. Ms. Ramsey, are


1 you aware that there had been prior vaginal
2 intrusion on JonBenet?
3 PATSY RAMSEY: No, I am not.
4 Prior to the night she was killed?
5 TOM HANEY: Correct.
6 PATSY RAMSEY: No, I am not.
7 TOM HANEY: Didn't know that?
8 PATSY RAMSEY: No, I didn't.
9 TOM HANEY: Does that surprise you?
10 PATSY RAMSEY: Extremely.
11 TOM HANEY: Does that shock you?
12 PATSY RAMSEY: It shocks me.
13 TOM HANEY: Does it bother you?
14 PATSY RAMSEY: Yes, it does.
15 TOM HANEY: Who, how could she have
16 been violated like that?
17 PATSY RAMSEY: I don't know. This
18 is the absolute first time I ever heard that.
19 TOM HANEY: Take a minute, if you
20 would, I mean this seems -- you know, you didn't
21 know that before right now, the 25th, at 2:32?
22 PATSY RAMSEY: No, I absolutely
23 did not.



June 1998 Patsy Ramsey Interrogation by Thomas Haney and Trip DeMuth (JonBenet prior sexual abuse)

14 ELLIS ARMISTEAD: To be fair, Tom,
15 that's been a subject of debate in the newspaper
16 whether or not she represented what is true as a
17 fact. I don't want you to alarm my client too
18 much here about whether or not it's absolutely a
19 fact. I just think that should be mentioned to
20 be fair to my client.

21 TOM HANEY: And based on the
22 reliable medical information that we have at
23 this point, that is a fact.

24 PATSY RAMSEY: Now when you say
25 violated, what are you -- what are you telling

1 me here?
2 TOM HANEY: That there was some
3 prior vaginal intrusion that something --
4 something was inserted?
5 PATSY RAMSEY: Prior to this night
6 that she was assaulted?
7 TOM HANEY: That's the--
8 PATSY RAMSEY: What report as -- I
9 want to see, I want to see what you're talking
10 about here. I am -- I am -- I don't -- I am
11 shocked.
12 TOM HANEY: Well, that's one of the
13 things that's been bothering us about the case.
14 PATSY RAMSEY: No damn kidding.
15 TOM HANEY: What does that tell
16 you?
17 PATSY RAMSEY: It doesn't tell me
18 anything. I mean, I knew -- I -- I --
19 TOM HANEY: Okay, for a second --
20 PATSY RAMSEY: Did you know about
21 this?
22 ELLIS ARMISTEAD: I tried to stay
23 out of the making of the record and inserting
24 myself into the tape-recording of this
25 interview. The newspapers have talked about

1 this. Whether or not--
2 PATSY RAMSEY: Well, they talk
3 about a lot of things that are not true.
4 ELLIS ARMISTEAD: And there has
5 been a debate among the people who talked about
6 the findings in the autopsy report as to whether
7 there was a prior vaginal intrusion or not. So
8 when you ask, either Tom or me or Trip or
9 Jennifer, did we know that, there has been a
10 debate about that. Even in the newspaper.
11 PATSY RAMSEY: Well, I do not know
12 of anything and I am very distressed about this.
13 TOM HANEY: Who could have done
14 such a thing?
15 PATSY RAMSEY: I do not know. I
16 don't have any idea.
17 TOM HANEY: What is your best
18 guess?
19 PATSY RAMSEY: I couldn't begin to
20 guess. I am shocked. I don't have any idea. I
21 am just -- I can't believe, I just can't believe
22 this.
23 TOM HANEY: Would that knowledge
24 change your answer to any question that you have
25 been asked?

1 PATSY RAMSEY: No, sir. I have
2 answered every question you or anyone else has
3 asked me to the best of my ability.
4 TOM HANEY: Would that answer or
5 would that statement, that information, would
6 that lead you in any particular direction?
7 Would you think about a particular person being
8 involved or doing something, with JonBenet?
9 PATSY RAMSEY: I don't -- I
10 don't -- I just am shocked is all I can say. I
11 don't -- I don't know what I think. You know, I
12 just want to see where it says that.
13 TOM HANEY: And prior to today, had
14 you heard or read or seen anything about--
15 PATSY RAMSEY: I had heard that
16 the night she was killed that she may have
17 had -- have been sexually assaulted. But not
18 prior to that. Absolutely.
19 TOM HANEY: Have you ever suffered
20 any physical abuse?
21 PATSY RAMSEY: Absolutely not.
22 TOM HANEY: In childhood, you know,
23 dating, your adult life?

1 TOM HANEY: How about sexual abuse?
4 TOM HANEY: How about anybody in
5 your family ever suffered any physical abuse?
6 PATSY RAMSEY: Not to my
7 knowledge.
8 TOM HANEY: Your sisters?
9 PATSY RAMSEY: Not to my
10 knowledge.


[Perfect Murder, Perfect Town]1999-02-18: “Perfect Murder, Perfect Town, JonBenet and the City of Boulder”
Written by Lawrence Schiller, February 18, 1999

PMPT Page 559

"Finally, the detectives turned to the microscopic splinter of cellulose found in JonBenet's vagina, which looked like wood. The broken paintbrush that had been tied to the stick was splintered into shards. Logic suggested that a splinter of wood might have stuck to the perpetrator's finger before he or she penetrated JonBenet vaginally. It could also have broken off the end of the paintbrush if the stick, rather than a finger, was used to penetrate her.

If the cellulose did, in fact, come from the paintbrush, then most probably the "garrote" had been assembled before JonBenet was violated. Since there was some evidence of vaginal bleeding, it was also logical to assume that the child had already been strangled but was not yet dead when she was penetrated. Consistent with penetration of a female child of JonBenet's age, her hymen was tom. In such a case, the edges are pulled away and recede quickly, creating a visible difference between a tom and an intact hymen. Photographs of her injured hymen taken at the autopsy

PMPT Page 560

indicated to some experts a recent tear, fresh bleeding, and no healing. Logic suggested that JonBenet had been penetrated almost concurrently with her death.

There remained the question whether JonBenet had also been penetrated-that is, sexually abused-previously. Here the experts disagreed. Dr. David Jones said the child's vagina showed a history of abuse, since the cellulose dated from an old injury. Dr. Spitz, however, said there was no clear indication of prior penetration and that the cellulose dated from the injury that had taken place around her time of death."

1999-00-00: Rolling The Dice For JonBenet

Rolling The Dice For JonBenet
(Or How I Crapped Out On The Ramsey Case)
By Rob Smoke
“Ramsey, shmamsey.”


"I did, in the course of my research speak with a woman --one woman, who told me a story I will not forget. I was offered money to share this story--to let it hit the tabloids, so to speak. Had I done so--I would have put this woman's job in extreme jeopardy. It was only from knowing her a long time that I was eligible to be told. And then she may have regretted it afterwards.

A woman, working in another county. A psychiatric "worker"--I won't give her titles. She hears a story from a young girl--a girl JonBenet's age. A girl who knows Jon Benèt. She is working with this girl and her family. The girl has been a victim of sexual abuse. And she whispers in the woman's ear her understanding of the reason JonBenet is dead. Her reason is the best reason I have ever heard. And I'm not sure that I should repeat it. But the whispered words were "she died because she didn't tell the big secret". In therapy for a child like this, the big secret is what an abuser would tell you not to tell. There's perhaps more to this story, perhaps less. I may have said too much.



[ABC News 20/20]2000-03-17: John and Patsy Ramsey on Barbara Walters ABC News 20/20


BARBARA WALTERS: So let me go through what the motives are. Motive #1: You are guilty Mr. Ramsey because there was some evidence that your daughter had been sexually molested.

JOHN RAMSEY: I… know as best I can know as a father who was with his daughter… every day that I was home. She was not sexually abused or molested before December 26th.

BARBARA WALTERS: OK. But. On December 26th there are some indications that your daughter was sexually molested. [OVERLAP]


BARBARA WALTERS: [OVERLAP] Therefore here's the motive um. You were doing it. Maybe you'd done it before. Maybe you just did it that night. Um. Perhaps your wife discovered you. Whatever it was, JonBenet cried out… you killed her.

JOHN RAMSEY: (PAUSE) Well that's… (PAUSE) fits right in the category of it could have been done by an alien as well. It makes no sense. There is no history. A person doesn't go throughout their lives as a normal human being. One night turn into a monster. Slaughter their daughter. Go to bed and get up and act normal from there on. That doesn't happen. In these kinds of cases, virtually all of 'em I suspect, where there is child abuse in a family there's a long history. And that's not the case in our family.

BARBARA WALTERS: I have to point out that JonBenet's pediatrician who had been her pediatrician from birth has publicly said that he never saw any… um evidence of sexual molestation. There have never been reports from her school. And yet there is the suspicion.

JOHN RAMSEY: I would have given my life for JonBenet in an instant. I'm sorry that I couldn't have done it that night. Uh to be accused of harming my child in any way is… is beyond comprehension.



[Forums For Justice]2004-01-14: The Bonita Papers-1999 (Sexual Abuse)
From a poster known as "Spade" on the www.forumsforjustice.org forum posted information regarding a person known as "Bonita." Spade wrote: "These are the unedited "notes" of Bonita Sauer, secretary/para-legal to Dan Hoffman. Bonita intended to write a book from the case documents provided to her boss. But Bonita's notes were sold to the tabs by her nephew. Larry Pozner is a partner in the same law firm. I hope he reads his secretary's notes about this case before he runs his mouth about the Ramsey's. (Again) This is a long file, so I suggest copying to your own computer and printing it out. I have checked the important case info and find it accurate, however there is some BS. Please post your questions." On another postings, Spade wrote, "Bonita is the 1st name of the legal secretary who wrote up the Boulder Police reports, mailed them to her nephew in Oregon who in turn double-dealt them to two tabs for $70,000. Bonita had access to all the BPD reports. Keep in mind that Bonita wrote-up her info in 1999"


In August, the Boulder police department contacted Dr. John McCann, one of the nation’s leading experts on child sexual abuse. McCann had agreed to assist the police department in determining if JonBenet had been a victim of sexual abuse during or before her murder. McCann was sent the autopsy report and photos. According to McCann, examination findings that indicate chronic sexual abuse include the thickness of the rim of the hymen, irregularity of the edge of the hymen, the width or narrowness of the wall of the hymen, and exposure of structures of the vagina normally covered by the hymen. His report stated that there was evidence of prior hymeneal trauma as all of these criteria were seen in the post mortem examination of JonBenet.

There was a three dimensional thickening from inside to outside on the inferior hymeneal rim with a bruise apparent on the external surface of the hymen and a narrowing of the hymeneal rim from the edge of the hymen to where it attaches to the muscular portion of the vaginal openings. At the narrowing area, there appeared to be very little if any hymen present. There was also exposure of the vaginal rugae, a structure of the vagina which is normally covered by an intact hymen. The hymeneal orifice measured one centimeter which is abnormal or unusual for this particular age group and is further evidence of prior sexual abuse with a more recent injury as shown by the bruised area on the inferior hymeneal rim. A generalized increase in redness of the tissues of the vestibule was apparent, and small red flecks of blood were visible around the perineum and the external surface of the genitalia. It was his opinion that the injury appeared to have been caused by a relatively small, very firm object which, due to the area of bruising, had made very forceful contact not only with the hymen, but also with the tissues surrounding the hymen. McCann believed that the object was forcefully jabbed in – not just shoved in. Although the bruised area would indicate something about the size of a finger nail, he did not believe it was a finger, because of the well demarcated edges of the bruise indicating an object much firmer than a finger. McCann was not able to see any fresh tears of the hymen which he thought might be due to the lack of detail in the photographs. It was unclear where the blood on the perineum originated, since there were no lacerations visible in these photos. McCann also noted that in children of this age group the labia, or vaginal lips, remain closed until literally manually separated. In order for there to be an injury to the hymen without injuring the labia, the labia would have to be manually separated before the object was inserted. The examination also indicated that the assault was done while the child was still alive because of the redness in the surrounding tissue and blood in the area.

McCann stated that this injury would have been very painful because the area of the injury as indicated by the bruise was at the base of the hymen were most of the nerve endings are located. Such an injury would have caused a six year old child to scream or yell. The doctor also stated that he assumed the object did not have jagged edges because there were no evidence of tears in the bruised area.

McCann also noted that there appeared to be a bruise on the inner right thigh which he though might represent a thumb imprint from forcing the legs apart.

Dr. McCann explained the term "chronic abuse" meant only that it was "repeated", but that the number of incidents could not be determined. In the case of JonBenet, the doctor could only say that there was evidence of “prior abuse". The examination results were evidence that there was at least one prior penetration of the vagina through the hymeneal membrane. The change in the hymeneal structure is due to healing from a prior penetration. However, it was not possible to determine the number of incidents nor over what period of time. Because the prior injury had healed, any other incidents of abuse probably were more than 10 days prior.

In discussing perpetrators of sexual abuse on children, McCann stated that the majority of children this age are molested by someone with whom they have close contact most commonly family members. He explained that if the molester is a stranger or someone else with whom the child is not close, the child will usually tell someone or psychological problems appear which create behavior changes observed by their parents. Common symptoms would be eating disorders, nightmares or a variety of behaviors indicating that something is bothering them. Commencement or increased bedwetting is also commonly seen in sexually abused children. When asked about JonBenet's sexualized behavior during her pageant performances, McCann said that this was not necessarily a sign of abuse, since this was taught behavior for the pageants. Also, with children's exposure to sexually explicit television programs, sexualized behavior is no longer considered to be an indication of possible sexual abuse.

Dr. Andrew Sirotnack from Children’s Hospital in Denver was also asked to review the medical findings and autopsy photographs. He confirmed McCann's determination of acute vaginal trauma during the assault on JonBenet, but He had not yet concluded that there was chronic abuse. Sirotnack had examined over 2,500 abused children during his career at Children's Hospital and had testified in approximately 50 - 100 criminal trials regarding sexual abuse on children.

In September 1997, the police department held a meeting with McCann and three other child sexual abuse experts to go over their opinions based on their review of the autopsy results. Dr. Virginia Rau of Dade County, Florida stated that she observed fresh hymeneal trauma on JonBenet and chronic inflammation that was not related to any urination issues. Dr. Rau said, “In my heart, this is chronic abuse,” but feared that a defense argument would be made that this was only evidence of masturbation.

Also agreeing with the findings of both McCann and Rau was Dr. Jim Monteleone of St. Louis. Dr. Richard Krugman, Dean of the University of Colorado Medical School, an expert first contacted for assistance in the Ramsey case by the D.A.’s office, was the most adamant supporter of the finding of chronic sexual abuse. He felt that in considering the past and present injuries to the hymen that the bedwetting/soiling took on enormous significance. He believed that this homicide was an indecent of “toilet rage” and subsequent cover up. He told the group of experts and detectives about another Colorado case where both parents had been at home and both were charged. “The JonBenet case is a text book example of toileting abuse rage," Krugman stated.

All of the experts agreed that there was no way any of the recent or chronic abuse damage to the genitalia of the child was the result of masturbation."

"Interview of Dr. Beuf pediatrician 3/25 JonBenet had over 33 visits to the pediatrician in the last two years diagnosis was "yeast infections". In November 1997, the Boulder police department made a verbal request to re interview Dr. Beuf and his staff. Armistead, private detective on the Ramsey team, provided the children's medical records from Michigan with a written consent form to obtain copies of the medical records, but permission was never granted for follow up interviews with the treating physicians."

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