Big news is breaking today that may break the decades-old JonBenet Ramsey case wide open….
Everyone remembers JonBenet Ramsey’s disappearance.
The child beauty pageant winner found dead in her home.
Who killed her?
Thousands of suspects and theories have surfaced over the years but the case remains unsolved.
Suddenly now a new piece of evidence has come forward and it points to none other than Ghislaine Maxwell.
But as always….we report, you decide!
It all stems from a new photo that has recently been discovered.
Take a look:
Is Ghislaine Maxwell in this picture with JonBenet Ramsey?😰 pic.twitter.com/DkoeuMDDnr
— Meghan Daily (@hrhmeghandaily) July 4, 2020
Of course that’s JonBenet in the center, but who is that to the left?
People are convinced it’s Ghislaine Maxwell and I have to say it looks STUNNINGLY like her to me!
anyways ghislaine maxwell has jonbenet ramsey pic.twitter.com/NFNRZ5A99l
— R (@thotregann) July 11, 2020
Not me just seeing a tik tok of a picture of Jonbenet Ramsey with Ghislaine Maxwell! pic.twitter.com/EYqOVqymQg
— Penny’s Preguntas (@zaddypardo) July 7, 2020
Here is a zoom in on the photo:
And here’s a bunch of photos together to help you decide.
Looks dead on to me.
The nose gives it away:
Twitter user Justin Time is even suggesting Google Lens has confirmed it is Ghislaine via facial recognition:
Who killed JonBenet Ramsey?
Ghislaine Maxwell Allegedly Appears with JonBenét Ramsey in Resurfaced Photo: Then She Disappeared. 🧐 pic.twitter.com/3huH69ZOGI
— Justin Time (@Just_in_time_17) December 2, 2021
I ran it through Google Lens myself and did not get the same result, but they could have changed the search results after the story broke.
In any event, there’s more here than just a photo.
Let’s keep going….
Of course Snopes has already reported on the story and found it to be “Unproven”.
I find that interesting, because they love to rate things as “False” whenever they can but even the far-left propagandists at Snopes could only say “Unproven” on this one.
It’s also interesting that even Snopes confirms the photo is real and accurate:
This is a genuine photograph of Ramsey. However, the identity of the woman in the background is unknown and there’s little evidence to support the claim that this person is Maxwell.
Then they say this:
There is little evidence to support the claim that Maxwell can be seen in the background of the viral photograph of Ramsey. In fact, this claim appears to be based almost entirely on the fact that the woman in the photograph and Maxwell both have short dark hair. The viral photograph only gives a partial glimpse at this person’s profile, making it very difficult to identify this person with any accuracy.
I think it’s much more the nose and the profile of the face!
But that’s just me.
But that’s not all….
Snopes also confirmed another very interesting detail: both the Ramsey parents and Ghislaine Maxwell hired the same lawf irm to represent them. Just a coincidence, I’m sure:
While the person in this photograph could be just about anyone other than Maxwell, social media users did point out one interesting connection between the accused sex trafficker and the Ramsey case: They both involved attorneys from the law firm Haddon, Morgan, and Foreman.
This appears to be true. In 1997, Boulder, Colorado’s “The Daily Camera” reported that the Ramseys had hired “a pair of powerful Denver attorneys to advise them in the case,” including G. Bryan Morgan, a founding partner of the Haddon, Morgan, and Foreman law firm. And court documents show that Maxwell was being represented by Laura Menninger, an attorney at this same firm, as recently as May 2020 in a civil suit. It’s unclear if Menninger will also be representing Maxwell during her criminal trial.
It should be noted that these two cases are separated by more than 20 years. Moreover, Haddon, Morgan, and Foreman have been involved in a number of high-profile cases (or cases involving high profile people), such as Harvey Weinstein, Kobe Bryant, Hunter S. Thompson, and Charlie Sheen. The lawyer who defended Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh also had a temporary office at Haddon, Morgan, and Foreman. In other words, the fact that Maxwell and the Ramseys turned to the same law firm says more about the firm’s penchant for high profile and controversial cases than it does any connection between its clients.
Even that’s not all….
Suddenly all the MSM outlets are running a story about JonBenet Ramsey today that DNA evidence is still being analyzed and cannot be ruled out to solve the crime!
Like DNA of Maxwell, you think?
Take a look:
Twenty-five years after JonBenet Ramsey was killed, police say DNA hasn’t been ruled out to help solve the case. https://t.co/4V4QNTxdj3
— ABC News (@ABC) December 22, 2021
JonBenet Ramsey, 6, was found dead in the basement of her family’s home on Dec. 26, 1996, bludgeoned and strangled, several hours after her mother called 911 to say her daughter was missing and a ransom note had been left behind.https://t.co/vjPvjS6RDC
— FOX5 Las Vegas (@FOX5Vegas) December 22, 2021
Here is US News and World Report:
Boulder police have been working closely with state investigators on “future DNA advancements,” the department said in a statement Monday addressing the anniversary of JonBenet’s death.
“As the Department continues to use new technology to enhance the investigation, it is actively reviewing genetic DNA testing processes to see if those can be applied to this case moving forward,” it said.
In recent years, investigators have identified suspects in unsolved cases by comparing DNA profiles from crime scenes and to DNA testing results shared online by people researching their family trees, i ncluding the Golden State Killer in California.
In Oregon earlier this year, a man was accused of killing two people who disappeared 20 years apart after forensic genealogy linked him to the 1999 disappearance and presumed death of one of them. Christopher Lovrien has pleaded not guilty to murder charges.
It’s unclear if this is the method investigators plan to apply to the JonBenet case.
A police spokesperson, Dionne Waugh, said she could not comment further because the investigation is still “active and ongoing.”
Investigators have analyzed nearly 1,000 DNA samples during the course of the Ramsey investigation, police said in the statement, along with receiving, reviewing or investigating more than 21,016 tips, letters and emails. Detectives have traveled to 19 states to interview or speak with more than 1,000 people in connection with the case, the department said.
Tests in 2008 on newly discovered DNA on JonBenet’s clothing pointed to the involvement of an “unexplained third party” in her slaying, and not her parents, John and Patsy Ramsey, or their son, Burke. That led former district attorney Mary Lacy to clear the Ramseys of any involvement, two years after Patsy Ramsey died of cancer, calling the couple “victims of this crime.”
So what do you think?
Are we about to solve one of the oldest unsolved cases?
Is Ghislaine the culprit?
Here is even more, from Rumble: