The rest speaks for itself. One freak after another.
Protecting people in power and at the expense of kids and solving crimes.
If you have some time this weekend, take a listen to this episode of The Opperman Report podcast (Killing of JonBenet Ramsey, May 22, 2022):
In this episode, Ed Opperman interviews authors/investigators Stephen and Joyce Singular (Presumed Guilty: An Investigation into the Jon Benet Ramsey Case, the Media, and the Culture of Pornography (1999, digital update 2016)).
As you listen, you will hear many disturbing parallels to the OCCK case/investigation. Hang in there until the end of the podcast, where the Singulars specifically discuss similarities in other child exploitation/murder cases, citing the documentary Children of the Snow (OCCK case, https://www.hulu.com/series/children-of-the-snow-e5670464-7adc-4907-80c1-9f38ce17ee82 ) and the movie Spotlight (priest sexual abuse of children in Boston, https://couchpop.com/film/spotlight/).
Protecting people in power. Trying to preserve a community’s image by manipulation and ignoring the duty to crime victims. This always does severe, permanent damage to society.
More documentation of the work done in this case by Wayne County. Highlights and any handwritten notations are mine. Further redactions were added to additionally obscure victims’ names and identifying information.
These and other documents indicate that some 60 people have been swabbed for DNA in this case as of 2019. (I can think of two more men whose relatives should be swabbed, but no one asked me.) Even more reason to have sophisticated DNA testing and genetic genealogy research done in this case. These are not people who would show up in the offender indices of CODIS (COmbined DNA Information System, originating in the 1990s).