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Neighbors - Scott Gibbons
Saw Light in Butler Kitchen around Midnight
Saw Butler Door Open at 8:00 A.M. 12-26

JonBenet Ramsey Murder Case
Neighbors - Scott Gibbons

Saw Light in Butler Kitchen around Midnight
Individual Date Reference Key ? Gave Prints Gave Blood Gave Hair Handwriting Got DNA Cleared or Alibi
Scott Gibbons
(765 Fifteenth Street)
(Boulder, Colorado)
PMPT Pg76sb: "At about midnight, Scott Gibbons, a neighbor, looked out his kitchen window toward the Ramseys' house and saw a light on in the kitchen area"
Gibbons said the light was
on in the
Butler Kitchen
he thought that was unusual

Gibbons said at 8:00AM he saw door on his side of Ramsey house open.
1999 The
Bonita Papers
PMPT Pg76sb
PMPT Pg79sb
ST Pg41
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[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 76sb

"At about midnight, Scott Gibbons, a neighbor, looked out his kitchen window toward the Ramseys' house and saw a light on in the kitchen area. Sometime later, Adam Fermeire, another neighbor, who was up watching TV, said he didn't notice anything strange through the window that faced the Ramseys' house.

Diane Brumfitt, another neighbor, told Detective Barry Hartkopp on December 31 that on Christmas night she did not see a light on at the southeast comer of the Ramseys' house, though there had been a safety light in that spot for years. She remembered thinking that it was unusual. Melody Stanton, up the street at 738, told the police on January 3 that she was certain she had heard a child's scream at about 2:00 A.M. on the night of the murder. Her bedroom window, which looks toward the Ramsey house from across the street, had been partly open. When questioned by the police, Stanton said that there had been

PMPT Page 77sb

only one scream but it was horrifying. If it came from the child, she assumed the scream had awakened her parents."

PMPT Page 79sb

"Scott Gibbons, the Ramseys' next door neighbor, told police that at about 8:00 A.M. he saw the door on his side of the Ramseys' house open. But by then, anyone inside the house could have opened the door. A few minutes later, Officer Larry Burton found an earring at the curb directly in front of the Ramseys' house. It didn't seem to belong to anyone inside."


[JonBenet, Inside the Ramsey Murder Investigation]2000-04-11: “JonBenet, Inside the Ramsey Murder Investigation”
by Steve Thomas and Don Davis, April 11, 2000

ST Page 41

"While the house search went on, other cops fanned out to canvass the neighborhood and conduct more interviews. A resident directly to the south reported that the light was off in the southeast corner sunroom of the Ramsey home and thought that was odd because it was the only time she was aware in the past few years that it did not burn all night. A neighbor to the north would say that the butler kitchen lights were on around midnight and considered that unusual since it was the first time he had noticed that light being on in the Ramsey home. A third neighbor, to the west, said that her dogs, who barked at anyone walking in the alley, just as they did when the police officer came to question her, made no noise Wednesday night."


[Forums For Justice]2004-01-14: The Bonita Papers-1999 (Scott Gibbons)
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"


"A canvas of the neighborhood was conducted the following day to talk to neighbors about anything seen or heard the evening of December 25 and early morning hours of December 26. However, very little information of value was received. One of the neighbors, Scott Gibbons, did say that he looked out his kitchen window around midnight on December 25 and noticed that the upper lights in the Ramsey’s kitchen were on and dimmed low."

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