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[Found Materials at Ruthee's Murder Library http://ruthees_library.tripod.com/shotgun.html]
Vanity Fair Magazine: "Patsy and John Ramsey with their loyal friend Susan and Glen Stine, at the Ramseys' summer home in Charlevoix, Michigan, last June" (1997)
. Susan and Glenn Stine

Susan, Glenn, Doug Stine attended Ramsey Christmas Party 1996
John, Patsy, Burke Ramsey lived with Stines February 1997-June 1997
Glenn Stine joined John Ramsey company August 1998 Atlanta


1997-04-30: Patsy Ramsey Interrogation by Steve Thomas, Tom Trujillo

Patsy Ramsey Interrogation by Steve Thomas, Tom Trujillo
Also present, Pat Burke, Bryan Morgan, Pete Hoffstrom, Jon Foster
April 30, 1997 - Boulder, Colorado


TT: Patsy, letís um, letís kind of go back to December 23rd. I know you had a party at your house, quite a few people at the house.
PR: Um hum.
TT: And I think I actually have a pretty good idea of who was all in the house . . .
PR: Um hum.
TT: . . .at that time, but kind of walk me through the party real briefly, um, you know a couple of people that were there. . .
PR: Um hum.
TT: . . .what kind of activities occurred, and who was in what parts of the house, that sort of thing if you would.

PR: Um. The 23rd we had uh, the Whites over and she had a lot of family in so they were all guests. Fleet and Pricilla and their two children and uh, her sister, Allison, and her boyfriend, Allisonís boyfriend, and I canít remember his name, but. . .
TT: Um hum.
PR: . . .uh, (inaudible) guy and uh, Allisonís daughter, uh and I canít, Heather, is her name.
TT: Iím going to stop us for just a second if I can. Excuse me Patsy . . .
PR: Okay.
TT: . . .because we need just an infrequent interruption.
JF: Are you gonna switch. . .
TT: Change tapes.

(End of Tape 1, Side A)

(Begin Tape 1, Side B)

PR: . . .and the Stines, Glen and Suisan Stine and their son, Doug . . .
TT: Um hum.
PR: . . .and I think Susanís mother was there and Glenís mother . . .
TT: Okay.


[John Ramsey, June 1998 Interviews]1998-06-23: John Ramsey Interrogation by Lou Smit and Mike Kane
(Screen Capture from "CBS 48 Hours Investigates - Searching for a Killer" 10/04/2002)

John Ramsey Interrogation by Lou Smit and Mike Kane
Present also were Bryan Morgan, PI David Williams
June 23, 24, 25, 1998 - Boulder, Colorado


June 1998 John Ramsey Interrogation by Lou Smit and Mike Kane (12/23/96 Christmas Party photos, 12/25/96 dropping presents on the way home, New York trip with the Stines, Susan Stine told them about Susan Bennett aka Jameson, Susan Stine defending Patsy re: Tabs)

12 LOU SMIT: Do you know who took these pictures?

13 JOHN RAMSEY: I would guess Fleet White,
14 because he was taking pictures. But I don't know
15 for sure.

16 LOU SMIT: Just off the top of your head,
17 do you remember who was there?
18 JOHN RAMSEY: Yeah. The Fernies, John and
19 Barbara Fernie. Priscilla and Fleet White. And, of
20 course, their children; both the Fernie's children
21 I think were there. Priscilla's sister and
22 boyfriend who's this fellow. I don't remember what
23 his name is, from California, was there.
24 I can look at the picture and remember some people
25 who were there. Say Don Paugh, Patsy's father. I


1 think that's Glen Stine, Susan and Glen Stine


7 LOU SMIT: So where did you pull into then
8 at the Walkers?
9 JOHN RAMSEY: I think I pulled into the
10 driveway. And it seems like that when Patsy, as I
11 recall, she went in and she stayed a little while
12 like five minutes.
13 LOU SMIT: And she went in to do something?
14 JOHN RAMSEY: Just to give the Walkers their
15 gifts.
16 LOU SMIT: Do you know what that gift was?
17 JOHN RAMSEY: I didn't at the time. I think
18 it was perfume or something like that. I remember
19 her saying, but I didn't at the time. I thought it
20 was a food (INAUDIBLE) or something like that.
21 she came back out and we went to the Stines and
22 she had a gift for them.
23 LOU SMIT: Now did you and Burke and JonBenet
24 stay in the car, do you remember?
25 JOHN RAMSEY: I don't remember.

1 LOU SMIT: You stayed in the car at the Walkers?
2 JOHN RAMSEY: Oh, the Walkers, yeah. I think we
3 all three stayed in the car.

4 LOU SMIT: And then you go to the Stines?
6 LOU SMIT: How far a drive is the Stines?
7 JOHN RAMSEY: Two minutes, three minutes.
8 Pulled up out the front of their house. Patsy
9 certainly went in, I don't think I did. I don't
10 remember if Burke did or not. I don't think
11 JonBenet did. But I don't remember for sure.
12 It wouldn't have been unusual for Burke to go in
13 because that was his buddy, Doug.
14 LOU SMIT: Did you have a gift for Doug?
15 JOHN RAMSEY: I don't know.
I know Patsy
16 probably, but I don't recall. And then we debated,
17 we had a gift for the Fernies and we debated
18 whether we should go over there. But that's
19 probably 15 minutes away and we wanted to get home
20 and to bed. And we didn't know what time we would
21 get back.
So we left the Stines and drove home.
22 LOU SMIT: So your concern then was mainly you
23 didn't want to spend that extra time (INAUDIBLE).
24 Why?
25 JOHN RAMSEY: Well, it was 15 minutes over

1 there and both the kids might want to go in and it
2 would have been half an hour, 45 minutes before we
3 went home. And we had to get up early next
4 morning. They were tired. They had been up all
5 day. So we said, well, we'd do that when we got
6 back.
7 LOU SMIT: So when you leave the Steins,
8 Patsy returns or whatever and that's just a short
9 distance to your house, I imagine. What? Just a
10 couple of minutes? And was Burke asleep at this
11 time (INAUDIBLE)?


18 MIKE KANE: Okay. Now I think yesterday
19 that you mentioned when one of the parades on
20 December the 6th, that you were away then. Do you
21 recall where you were then?

22 JOHN RAMSEY: We had gone to New York
23 that weekend with Susan and Glen Stine. They
24 invited us to go. I forget when Glen came back, it
25 was like a Friday and they came back on the Sunday


June 1998 John Ramsey Interrogation by Lou Smit and Mike Kane (12/23/96 Christmas Party photos, 12/25/96 dropping presents on the way home, New York trip with the Stines, Susan Stine told them about Susan Bennett aka Jameson, Susan Stine defending Patsy re: Tabs)

1 or something like that.
2 MIKE KANE: Where did you stay then?
3 JOHN RAMSEY: I can see the place; I
4 can't tell you the name. Patsy might remember.
5 MIKE KANE: In Manhattan?
6 JOHN RAMSEY: Yeah, it was downtown. It
7 was near the theatre district. The Marriott or
8 something like that.



19 LOU SMIT: Her name is Sue
20 Bennett, your name is Bennett?
21 JOHN RAMSEY: Right.
22 LOU SMIT: Is there any
23 relationship?
24 JOHN RAMSEY: I don't think so, I
25 had a cousin named, I was thinking what was her


1 name, I haven't seen her in years and years and
2 years, but her name was, at least her maiden
3 name was, they call her Susie Bennett or, it was
4 close enough to think I wonder if it could be my
5 cousin, but it wasn't.

6 LOU SMIT: So when you met
7 with her there was no relationship
8 established like cousins or --
9 JOHN RAMSEY: No. I just
10 mentioned that my middle name was Bennett,
11 JonBenet was named after me.
12 LOU SMIT: And you never had
13 contact with her before personally or on
14 the Internet or anything like that or can
15 you --
16 JOHN RAMSEY: No, no, I
17 never did.
She had written us a letter
18 once, I remember a letter because it said
19 Jamison, a/k/a Sue Bennett. That was
20 maybe a year ago.
21 LOU SMIT: So you have put
22 nothing on the Internet through her name
23 or anything like that?
24 JOHN RAMSEY: No. She said I
25 could if I wanted to, but that was one of the


1 things she offered, if you want to get --
2 LOU SMIT: Just recently?
3 JOHN RAMSEY: Well, a month or so
4 ago, yeah. In fact, she called the other day
5 and along with Steven or whatever his name,
6 Jeffrey Shapiro,
so we changed our phone number.
7 I mean she is a nice person, and --
8 BRYAN MORGAN: I missed that, she
9 called with Jeffrey?
10 JOHN RAMSEY: No, they had both
11 called. Somehow -- I was more concerned about
12 the fact that Jeffrey Shapiro had our phone
13 number. But we changed the number anyway so.
14 MIKE KANE: Let me follow up on
15 this.
How did you know about her?
16 JOHN RAMSEY: I guess I started to
17 hear about her from friends that, Susan Stine, I
18 don't remember, Susan checked some of that
19 stuff, the Internet stuff. I think it just kind
20 of started coming out that she was is a
21 supporter. And we just started hearing about
22 her.


16 MIKE KANE: How did the interview
17 with -- if this was set up by your lawyers, you
18 don't need to answer this -- the interview with
19 the producer from Geraldo, there was a --
20 JOHN RAMSEY: Oh, in Atlanta?
21 MIKE KANE: Yes, there was
22 Geraldo's producer and I think Patsy --
24 JOHN RAMSEY: Patsy is too
25 kind. This woman walked up to the back door

1 with a cameraman and that was the interview.
2 Patsy would -- if Patsy had a mean bone in her
3 body she would have told her to get the hell off
4 or else. She didn't, she stood there and kindly
5 talked to this women and then she left.
6 tried that again, I don't know, a month later,
7 Susan Stine happened to be there. Susan called
8 the police, the police threatened to arrest her
9 and that's the last we saw of her.
That's what
10 Patsy should have done, but she is not that --
11 she is not mean. That was the interview, of
12 course I guess, I didn't watch it, but --

[JonBenet's America Documentary]1998-08-05: JonBenet's America Documentary (Edited 70 Min. Version) Aired on KUSA-Channel 9 Denver, Colorado, Produced by Michael Tracy and David Mills


Narrator: On their way home around 9 PM, they dropped off gifts. Susan Stein and her husband were the last people known to have seen the family before the murder.

Susan Stine:
"They came to our house and I talked to Patsy for awhile maybe 10 or 15 minutes and they all seemed perfectly normal. They were all the same - bubbly about Christmas and about where they were going and we, my husband and I, waved good-bye to them as they were leaving and that was the last time we saw them as an intact family."


1998-10-20: John Ramsey Deposition (Miles vs Ramsey, National Enquirer)

Video Deposition of John Ramsey October 20, 1998
Stephen Miles vs John Ramsey, National Enquirer - Civil Action No. 98-WY-528-CB
Attorneys for Stephen Miles: Lee Hill with Peter Morgan and Julia Yoo
Attorneys for National Enquirer: Matthew Herrington
Attorneys for John Ramsey: John P. Craver, William R. Gray, Bryan Morgan

Video Deposition of John Ramsey October 20, 1998

Page 50
13 Q. Do you have anyone running interference for you
14 with respect to social contacts or attempts? Anyone
15 taking calls or screening calls?
16 A. Not -- we did for a while, only because we lived
17 with some people.
18 Q. Who were those people?
19 A. Susan and Glenn Stine.
20 Q. Should I add them to your list of close friends?
21 A. They were not close friends, believe it or not.
22 They were friends, but we didn't socialize a lot with
23 them.

24 Q. Can you help me complete a list of people who
25 would be on the same level of relationship as the Stines

Page 51
1 were to your family?
2 MR. CRAVER: At what time, Lee?
3 MR. LEE: Beginning in 1994 to date.
4 A. I can't think of the names.
5 Q. Mr. Ramsey -- to try and put you at ease -- it's
6 not intended to be a memory test at this moment, but as
7 those names occur to you, I would ask that you supplement
8 the deposition transcript.
9 A. Be glad to.

10 Q. Thank you. When did you live with the Stines?
11 A. Early 1997, probably until June, July I think.
12 Q. Where do they live?
13 A. They lived at the time on 10th I think, 10th
14 Street.
15 Q. Where do they live now?
16 A. They live in Atlanta.
17 Q. Do you continue a relationship with them?
18 A. Yes.
19 Q. What do they do?
20 A. What do they do?
21 Q. Yes, sir.
22 MR. CRAVER: Mr. or Mrs.?
23 MR. HILL: Both.
24 A. Glenn Stine now works with me. He joined our
25 company in August of this year, and Susan takes care of

Page 52

1 her son.
2 Q. How old is their son?
3 A. He's Burke's age. He's 11.
4 Q. When did you first meet the Stines?
5 A. Gosh, I don't know. It would have been when we
6 lived in Boulder. I don't remember when we first met
7 them.
8 Q. Were they also at your Christmas party in 1996?
9 A. Gosh, I don't remember. Possibly, but I don't
10 remember.


Page 54
7 Q. How long had you known Mr. Bynum?
8 A. I had known him for two or three years, I guess.
9 Q. Was he a professional associate or a social
10 friend?
11 A. He was I guess more of a professional associate.
12 Q. Also something of a friend as well?
13 A. Sure.

14 Q. What strata would he belong in? Would he be
15 roughly in the same category as the Stines?
16 A. Uh-huh.
17 Q. Yes?
18 A. Yes.


Page 63

23 Q. You did have certain people that you suspected
24 may have been involved in the incident; is that correct?
25 A. I had no -- we didn't feel that we knew anybody

Page 64

1 that was this evil. So no, I didn't have any suspects.
2 Q. Did you ever present a list of persons you felt
3 the police should look into, to the police?
4 A. The police asked me, in the very beginning,
5 certain categories; who had keys to the house, who might
6 be angry with you. Those kinds of categories. We tried
7 to come up with, as best we could, the answers to those
8 questions, but they were in response to those kinds of
9 category questions.
10 Q. Did any of your friends, supporters, volunteers,
11 people other than your lawyers or people employed by your
12 lawyers, ever offer to you suggestions of people they
13 thought may be suspicious with respect to the murder?
14 A. We have had people both we knew and didn't know,
15 yeah.
16 Q. Among the people you knew, who has offered you
17 names or descriptions of people they thought were worth
18 looking into?

19 MR. CRAVER: People he knew outside the
20 attorneys?
21 MR. HILL: Roger.
22 MR. CRAVER: And the people he's retained,
23 correct?
24 MR. HILL: Roger.
25 MR. CRAVER: Just want to make sure that's

Page 65
1 correct.
2 MR. HILL: You bet

3 A. There were a number of people that questioned
4 the Whites' behavior to us. Why are they acting so
5 strange?

6 Q. Do you remember who those people were? This
7 item is really important. This is kind of the heart of
8 this whole interview, so work with me as much as you can,
9 please.

Video Deposition of John Ramsey October 20, 1998

Page 65
10 A. Well, my brother had commented on that. The
11 Westmorelands in Atlanta; the Davises; Patsy's sister, Pam
12 Paugh; the Stines.
13 Q. So far the Stines are the only ones who live in
14 Boulder; is that right?
15 A. Yeah, so far on that list.

16 Q. Who lived in Boulder?
17 A. Right.
19 A. Not that I recall.


Page 81

2 Q. What were the circumstances under which you met
3 the Stine family?
4 A. I think it was probably through school. Doug
5 and Burke were the same age, same class, same grade, and
6 that's probably where we met.

7 Q. Since the tragedy, you've stayed in other
8 families' homes other than your former home on 15th
9 Street; is that correct?
10 A. Uh-huh.

11 Q. Whose homes have you stayed in?
12 A. We stayed in Jay Elowsky's home for a period of
13 time. We've stayed in the Stines'. Both of those were
14 for extended periods. We've stayed at people's houses,
15 you know, a day or the two at a time.
16 Q. Who would that include?
17 A. Well, the Westmorelands in Atlanta for a few
18 days; my brother's house; my parents-in-law's home.
19 Q. Where is that?
20 A. It's in Atlanta.
21 Q. Anyone else?
22 A. We stayed at Byron Chrisman's condominium at
23 Snowmass -- not Snowmass, Streamboat for a few days. We
24 were trying to escape the media. That's all I can
25 remember.


Page 83
17 Q. Have you discussed the Miles case with anyone
18 other than your lawyers?

19 A. I probably mentioned them to my brother and the
20 Stines that I was being sued, but that's probably the
21 extent of it.

22 Q. Do you recall the occasion when you discussed
23 this case with the Stines, when and where that occurred?
24 A. No. It wouldn't have been a discussion of the
25 case. It would just have been a comment.

Page 84

21 Q. Do you know where the Stines lived when they
22 were still in Boulder relative to my client's house?
23 A. Well, more or less. I mean, I know where the
24 Stines lived and I know where the Walkers live, so yeah.
25 Q. It's your testimony that you've entered into no

Page 85

1 discussions with the Stines regarding Stephen Miles?
2 A. I've commented that I'm being sued to them, just
3 one more thing that's a burden.

4 Q. Did they ever mention anything about the
5 articles that were published?
6 A. Not that I recall.

7 Q. Did they ever tell you, we spoke with the
8 Enquirer trying to help you out?
9 A. Did the Stines?
10 Q. Yes, sir.
11 A. No.

12 Q. Did the Walkers ever say, we spoke to the
13 Enquirer trying to help you out?
14 A. I see what you're saying. No.
15 Q. No in both cases?
16 A. No in both cases.

17 Q. Have either the Stines or the Walkers ever
18 acknowledged making an effort to help you out, help your
19 image out?
20 A. I wouldn't -- certainly Susan and Glenn Stine
21 have been very helpful to us as a family, but it hasn't
22 been focused or concerned with our image. So no.
23 Q. Have you ever asked either the Stines or the
24 Walkers to make statements on your behalf in connection
25 with this case?

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1 A. No.


Page 86

25 Q. Did the Stines participate to any degree in the

Page 87

1 production of the documentary?
2 A. Susan was interviewed.
3 Q. Any other degree of participation?
4 A. Not, other than being with us when we were
5 interviewed, to my knowledge.


Page 91

12 Q. Did either of the Stines ever mention anyone at
13 all that they suspected may have been involved in the
14 tragic event?
15 A. Not other than they thought the Whites were
16 acting very strange.


[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 75sb

"When the Ramseys left the Whites' house, they stopped off at their friends the Walkers' to drop off some presents and then stopped briefly at the home of the Stines, who were also

PMPT Page 76sb

friends. Glen Stine, forty-eight, was vice president for budget and finance at CU. The Stines' son, Doug, was about Burke Ramsey's age. Patsy talked to Susan Stine for about ten minutes. By that time, JonBenet was asleep in the backseat of the car."


PMPT Page 80sb

"When Patsy saw her friend Susan Stine at the Fernies' house later that day, she kept asking, "Who would do this to my baby?" Susan responded, "I don't know."

1999-10-01: Denver Post: Jury hears Ramsey supporters
Jury hears Ramsey supporters
By Karen Auge
Denver Post Staff Writer

Oct. 1 - BOULDER - For the second time in a week, the grand jury investigating JonBenet Ramsey's death has met - and for the second time in a week the panel is believed to have heard from witnesses sympathetic to her parents, John and Patsy Ramsey.


Last week, Patsy Ramsey's close friend Susan Stine reportedly testified before the grand jury. The Ramseys visited Susan and Glen Stine on Christmas night 1996 - the night before JonBenet was found beaten and strangled in the basement of her parents' home. The Stines since have moved to the Atlanta area, where the Ramseys also now live.

Susan Stine, who was referred to in Lawrence Schiller's book about the case, "Perfect Murder, Perfect Town,'' as "Patsy Ramsey's pit bull,'' has reportedly remained close to Patsy and staunch in her defense.

Stine's reported appearance came as the grand jury met for the first time in four months. Before that, the last time the panel met was to hear from JonBenet's older brother, Burke, who was in the family's home at the time of her death.

Legal analysts said recent appearances of witnesses apparently friendly to the Ramseys could signal the grand jury hasn't reached a decision.

They may be looking at suspects outside the family, and are relying on family and close friends to tell them about any relationships with JonBeneŕt that could arouse suspicion, said Denver attorney Scott Robinson.



[Death of Innocence]2000-03-18: ďDeath of InnocenceĒ written by John and Patsy Ramsey

DOI Page 186

"One of the tabloids came out with a picture of the Stines and John and me standing on the upper deck of the house with wine glasses in hand, enjoying the view. The caption under the photo said, in effect that we were celebrating our escape from the police. We broke into laughter as we heard about the story, because we realize that the photographer who took the rather docile picture of us relaxing with wine glasses had missed the jackpot photo of the century, had he arrived twenty minutes earlier.

Susan Stine and John had been out on the deck, joking about setting up a machine-gun turret to pick off the paparazzi if they crawled through our bushes. It was always good to laugh at our problems when we could. Stored in the house was a collector's 12-guage shotgun that my dad had give John, we had never fired it. Jokingly, John brought the gun out on the deck and was standing there, playfully aiming it toward the water. Susan had said she needed a gun, so John gave her one!

However, he quickly put the gun away, realizing that photographers might be lurking somewhere within camera range. If the tabloids had gotten a picture of John with that shotgun, no telling what kind of headline and accompanying story they would have run. Whoever was sneaking around out there with his zoom lens was just twenty minutes too late!"


2003-06-04: BPD Press Release: Unlawful e-mails sent under Chief Beckner's name

Wednesday, June 4, 2003
Contact: Mark Beckner, Police, (303) 441-4370
Jodie Carroll, Media Relations, (303) 441-3155
City Web site: www.ci.boulder.co.us

Unlawful e-mails sent under Chief Beckner's name

The Boulder Police Department recently became aware that someone was unlawfully sending e-mails using the name of Chief Beckner. On April 25, 2003, Rocky Mountain News columnist Charlie Brennan received an e-mail titled as being from "Chief Beckner" complementing Mr. Brennan for a recent column he had written on the JonBenet Ramsey case. According to embedded information within the message, the e-mail was sent from a MSN Hotmail account, becknerbpd@hotmail.com. The e-mail was then signed off with "Regards, Mark." Please see below message text:

From: Chief Beckner [mailto:becknerbpd@hotmail.com]
Sent: Friday, April 25, 2003 1:16 PM
To: brennanc@rockymountainnews.com
Subject: Great articles!


Just want you to know I thought those two articles you wrote today were excellent. You got everything right, as you always do.

Thanks for all your support. Eventually, we'll be proven right.


Being skeptical of the message's authenticity, Mr. Brennan telephoned Chief Beckner to ask him about the message. Chief Beckner confirmed that he did not send the message. The Chief was alarmed that someone was apparently using his title and name without authorization to communicate about the JonBenet Ramsey case with members of the media.

Search warrants were obtained and executed for MSN Hotmail in California. According to MSN Hotmail, the becknerbpd@hotmail.com account was established in 2000. The account creator provided information stating that the owner was "Chief Beckner" from "Boulder, Colorado," and furthermore, provided an accurate birth year for the Chief.

Further investigation led police to the Internet Protocol (IP) numbers from where the suspect had been accessing the becknerbpd@hotmail.com account. Since early March 2003, all access to the becknerbpd@hotmail.com account were from a single Netcom (now owned by Earthlink) dial-up account.

A search warrant was obtained and executed for Earthlink in Georgia. According to Earthlink's records, the account holder that has been accessing the becknerbpd@hotmail.com e-mail account is Susan B. Stine, 5760 Long Grove Drive, Atlanta, Georgia. Susan Stine is known as a close friend of John and Patsy Ramsey and has been interviewed as a witness in reference to the Ramsey investigation.

The search warrants also yielded other messages that had been received by the becknerbpd@hotmail.com account. A number of these messages indicate that the becknerbpd@hotmail.com user had been attempting to convince others that he/she was Chief Mark Beckner. Others appeared to be nonsensical. Please note that investigators were able to confirm that the messages to and from Rocky Mountain News reporter Charlie Brennan and Rita Johnson were received/sent by those individuals. The other messages were not confirmed as received or sent by those parties.

At the request of the Boulder Police Department, members of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) went to Ms. Stine's residence in an attempt to interview her on June 3, 2003. However, she refused to talk with the GBI agent.

Chief Mark Beckner is alarmed by the discovery that his name and position as Boulder Police Chief has been used in an effort to communicate with others. "Given the history of the Ramsey case and the concerns we have had with information being distributed to the public, often times inaccurate information, this discovery is disturbing," stated Chief Beckner. "I want the media and public to know that if they have received communications from this e-mail address purporting to be me, that it is bogus. My official e-mail address is public and is becknerm@ci.boulder.co.us."

Under Colorado law, Criminal Impersonation is a class 6 felony and Impersonating a Police Officer is a Class I Misdemeanor.

The Boulder Police Department and the Boulder County District Attorney's Office have agreed to issue a letter to Susan Stine advising her of the unlawful conduct and that the use of Chief Beckner's name in such a manner must cease immediately. The becknerbpd@hotmail.com account has been frozen by MSN Hotmail.

The Boulder Police Department would like anyone receiving e-mail messages from any reported member of the Boulder Police Department to know that official e-mail addresses use the members last name and first initial followed by @ci.boulder.co.us. If you are not sure that a message is legitimate, please call the department member to confirm that they did in fact send the message. "We are concerned that there could be other messages out there reportedly from either me or other department members that are fake in an attempt to either receive information or communicate false information," stated Beckner.

On June 3, 2003, Chief Beckner did receive an e-mail from Susan Stine in which she apologized for using the hotmail account, describing it as a sophomoric prank and apologizing for any distress she may have caused.

Anyone with additional information is encouraged to call Boulder Police Detective Jim MacPherson at (303) 441-3330.

2003-06-05: Cybersleuths Forum, Topic:
"Susan Stine told by BPD to quit sending fake emails"

Member # 580

Member Rated: posted 06-05-2003 01:13 PM
Candy wrote:
"Why the police didn't press charges: I talked to someone who knows about this first hand who stated that the reason Susan Stine was not prosecuted was the police and the DA's office made "balancing" decision between what type of costs would be involved in a prosecution and the benefits they wanted (getting this to stop). Involved in the costs would be extraditing her back to Colorado, the costs of prosecuting her and trying to get a conviction on a class 6 felony from a first time offender. They said they mainly wanted this first of all to stop, and second, to get the information out that any emails from this address were false and not from the Chief of Police. They are still investigating the matter and want anyone who has received any emails from this address to contact the Boulder Police Department."

Well, if the message is that Mrs. Stine is only going to get her hands slapped then the message is that anybody can do this and only get their hands slapped. I guess they just have to make sure they are a first time offender or that their last name is STINE.

I think a nice big flashing banner at the top of the forums and/or web pages would be nice to help the BPD alert all of those who might have had communication via that e-mail addy to contact the BPD.

2003-06-11: Misty's letter to the editor of the Colorado Daily re: Keenan and Stine

"Misty's Letter to the Editor:Ē

"With the recent ruling by Judge Carnes singing eenie-meanie-minie-moe - I pick intruder - and D.A. Mary Keenan chiming in with catch an intruder by his/her toe, I realized this cold case was indeed as cold as the cold war politics it appears Boulder is trying to mimic. What a way to sweep this embarrassment under the rug and avoid old Lin "I sue" Wood from suing the socks off Boulder. "

"But, nay, this latest revelation is topped by yes another wacko. This time, Susan Stine, Patsy Ramsey's joined at the hip bosom buddy, is impersonating your Chief of Police, Mark Beckner. Yes, 'ol Susan "Pitbull" Stine has altered her online gender, grabbed a new hotmail email address - becknerbpd@hotmail.com- and has been having a gay old time sending e-mail to various folks as Chief Beckner. According to the Stiney One, it was a joke all done for fun. Wonder how may of her recipients are laughing?"

Found a quote about Boulder, "Even for those of us in nearby Denver, spending time in Boulder is a little like leaving the planet." (http://www.cyberwest.com/cw14/14adwst3.html)

I'd say they got that one right.

Patricia "Misty" XXXXXX

[http://www.voy.com/]2003-06-17: VOY Forums(http://www.voy.com/)
"Susan Stine"

Author: Rita Johnson
Date Posted: 13:38:15 06/17/03 Tue

To all interested I'd like to specifically inform you that I have absolute proof through the Susan Stine debacle that there will be more information forthcoming to prove that there has been an ongoing effort on behalf of TEAM RAMSEY, jameson et. al. to obstruct justice. For reasons that are obvious I'm not able at this time to discuss them, but rest assured that what appears to be a little game being played by Stine is just the tip of the iceberg. Eventually those responsible for little JonBenet's death will be prosecuted. All along my only intention has been to expose those whose mission is to confuse and add "reasonable doubt" as to who is actually responsible for this horrific crime. Regards, Rita

[http://www.voy.com/]2003-06-17: VOY Forums(http://www.voy.com/)
"The Beckner e-mail fraud"

Author: Rita Johnson
Date Posted: 14:50:56 06/17/03 Tue

Rose, the email was rather short and to the point. It basicly said something to the effect that the emailer was Becker and that he understood that I was in touch with Patsy and wanted me to know there was an on-going criminal investigation going on and he would like to talk with me about my relationship with Patsy. The email indicated that I should reply FIRST by email and to give my phone number so they could then contact me and we would talk on the phone. BECAUSE of what I already knew, I knew the person who mailed me that was a FRAUD. I assumed it was jameson and figured they wanted to know what I knew and what I would say about Patsy. I SAID NOTHING. I simply forwarded the email onto the police. Rose, you know I told you about that before and tossed it off as jameson trying to gather info. It just corroborated what I already knew.....there is a wide and carefully crafted scheme to keep the public in confusion. Rita

[http://www.voy.com/]2003-06-23: VOY Forums(http://www.voy.com/)
"emails to me from "Chief Beckner"

Author: Rita Johnson
Date Posted: 21:12:51 06/23/03 Mon

Prior to receiving "mysterious" emails, I got many threatening calls from a number of people associated with the Ramseys. Because I had previously met jameson, I knew the dirty tricks were masterminded by her. Sadly, it confirmed that she was "closer" to the investigation and those who INSIST the Ramseys are innocent then anyone wants the public to know. Pure and simple she has a "hidden" agenda. The agenda I discovered is part and parcel of the secrets that surround this case. While I'm sorry my name was implicated; I'm glad that the truth was revealed about some of the shenanigans that have been taking place. I trust if the public demands justice and delves deeply into those close to the Ramseys they will be satisfied that a dramatic cover-up continues in an effort to conceal the truth. Rita

[http://www.voy.com/]2003-06-25: VOY Forums(http://www.voy.com/)
"Nothing to say about Susan Stine's criminal activity?"

Author: Rita Johnson
Date Posted: 02:03:35 06/25/03 Wed

I don't care who buys the book. I did what I said I would and wrote about what no one seemed to want to discuss. The real reasons that a criminal trial would never come about. Hoping some would believe in justice as I do. Either someone is tried for crimes they're suspected of OR they should be left alone. You don't have years and years of running around the bush with no resolution and no sightings of any INTRUDER.

As far as Stine goes, I can't believe more people aren't outraged that this is the same person who alibied for the Ramseys TWICE and help them evade contact with the police for more than four months. This same person trails them to Atlanta and then impersonates the Chief of police for God's sake. What are you guys thinking? Nothing to discuss, I doubt it.

[http://www.voy.com/]2003-07-31: VOY Forums(http://www.voy.com/)
"WhiteWolf, Candy, Misty, Rose this should....."

Author: Rita Johnson
Date Posted: 16:46:29 07/31/03 Thu

WhiteWolf, I'm glad you did a little checking on your own. Patsy's first pageant was part of the Rainbow girls. She and the Paugh's were and possibly still are steeped in the symbolic tradition of "the craft". Yes, there are a number of key players who are also connected. Not sure what that means EXCEPT that the cloak and dagger secrecy seems to house deep loyalties. There are "blood oathes" that members take quite seriously. Anyway it's a mysterious thought I guess. Candy, yes I'm glad too. The meeting was quite productive and enlightening.

I think you were the one that said you thought it interesting that Susan Stine was the one that answered to the police through the intercom when the police came to the 911 hang-up call during the party on the 23rd. They are the same people who "housed and protected" John, Patsy and their son during the long four months while they got their lives back together.....and then she and her husband and son followed them to Atlanta after quitting their jobs only to have the job John promised her husband fall through. Anyone else would be upset; yet the loyalties run so deep that they continue to defend them including having Susan impersonate the CHIEF of POLICE!!!! Outrageous. Thanks Misty....Hey Rose, just thought I'd pop in to answer a few questions....WhiteWolf, Candy or others any more information on the secret society would be greatly appreciated by me and authorities.....Rita


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

"While driving home, Patsy stopped at the houses of friends to drop off gifts a gift basket for Susan Stine and perfume for Roxanna Walker. Burke accompanied her to the door of the Stine's residence, but John and JonBenet remained in the car as JonBenet had fallen asleep. Patsy also had brought along a gift basket for John and Barbara Fernie, but because it was getting late and JonBenet was already asleep, Patsy decided to deliver this last gift some other time. The family arrived home at 9:00 p.m."

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