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    Images from the JonBenét Ramsey Autopsy and Criminal Offense Scene. There is likewise an excerpt from the report below.

    JonBenet Ramsey was six-year-old American lady who was murdered in her house in Boulder, Colorado in1996 Police found her body in the basement of the family home about 8 hours after she was reported missing. She had actually been struck on the head and strangled.

    The case remains unsolved, even after a number of grand jury hearings, and it continues to produce public and media interest.

    Colorado law enforcement agencies at first believed Ramsey’s moms and dads and her older sibling, Burke. Nevertheless, the household was partially exonerated in 2003 when DNA drawn from the victim’s clothing suggested they were not involved. Her moms and dads were not totally cleared up until July2008 In February 2009, the Stone Police Department took the case back from the district attorney and reopened the investigation.

    Media coverage of the case has frequently focused on the decedent’s participation in child beauty pageants, her parents’ wealth, and the uncommon evidence discovered in the case. Media reports have actually also questioned the cops’s general handling of the case. Several disparagement matches have been submitted versus several media companies by Ramsey relative and their buddies.

    On October 25, 2013, previously sealed court files were launched, revealing that a Colorado grand jury had actually voted in 1999 to indict the parents, John and Patricia Ramsey, for the girl’s murder. The indictment alleged kid abuse leading to death and being accessories to a crime. However, then– District Lawyer Alex Hunter decreased to sign the indictment, stating the proof was insufficient.

    Listen to Patsy’s 911 call:

    patsy-ramsey-911- call.mp3

    Here’s a contrast in between the ransom letter and Patsy’s handwriting sample, what do you believe?:

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    • NAME: RAMSEY, JONBENET AUTOPSY NO. 96 A-155
    • DOB: 08/06/90 DEATH D/T: 12/26/96 @ 1323
    • AGE: 6Y AUTOPSY D/T: 12/27/96 @ 0815
    • SEX: F ID NO: 137712
    • PATH MD: MEYER COR/MEDREC #: 1714-96- A
    • TYPE: COR
    • FINAL MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS:
    • I. Ligature strangulation
    • A. Circumferential ligature with associated ligature furrow of neck
    • B. Abrasions and petechial hemorrhages, neck
    • C. Petechial hemorrhages, conjunctival surface areas of eyes and skin of face
    • II. Craniocerebral injuries
    • A. Scalp contusion
    • B. Linear, comminuted fracture of ideal side of skull
    • C. Linear pattern of contusions of ideal cerebral hemisphere
    • D. subarachnoid and subdural hemorrhage
    • E. Small contusions, tips of temporal lobes
    • III. Abrasion of best cheek
    • IV. Abrasion/contusion, posterior right shoulder
    • V. Abrasions of left lower back and posterior left lower leg
    • VI. Abrasion and vancular blockage of vaginal mucosa
    • VII. Ligature of ideal wrist
    • Toxicologic Research Studies
    • blood ethanol – none detected
    • blood drug screen – no drugs detected

    Full autopsy report at end of post for those interested.

    REST OF AUTOPSY REPORT:

    CLINOCOPATHOLIGICAL CORRELATION:

    Cause of death of this 6 years of age female is asphyxia by strangulation associated with craniocerebral trauma.

    John E. Meyer M.D.

    Pathologist

    jn/12/27/96

    The body of this 6 years of age woman was initially seen by me after I was contacted us to an address recognized as 755 – 15 th street in Stone, Colorado, on 12/26/96 I came to the scene roughly 8 PM on 12/26 and went into the house where the decedent’s body was located at approximately 8: 20 PM.

    A brief examination of the body divulged a ligature around the neck and a ligature around the best wrist. Noted was a small area of abrasion or contusion below the best ear on the lateral element of the right cheek. A popular dried abrasion existed on the lower left neck. After examining the body, I left the home at around 8: 30 PM.

    EXTERNAL EVIDENCE OF INJURY: Found just listed below the right ear at the best angle of the mandible, 1.5 inches below the best external auditory canal is a 3/8 x 1/4 inch location of rust colored abrasion. In the lateral element of the left lower eyelid on the inner conjunctival surface is a 1 mm in maximum measurement petechial hemorrhage. Really great, less than 1 mm petechial hemorrhages are present on the skin of the upper eyelids bilaterally along with on the lateral left cheek. On whatever the left upper eyelid there are much smaller, less than 1 mm petechial hemorrhages found on the conjunctival surface area. Possible petechial hemorrhages are likewise seen on the conjunctival surfaces of the ideal upper and lower eyelids, but liver mortis on this side of the face makes guaranteed recognition difficult.

    A deep ligature furrow encircles the whole neck. The width of the furrow varies from one-eight of an inch to five/sixteenths of an inch and is horizontal in orientation, with little upward variance. The skin of the anterior neck above and listed below the ligature furrow consists of locations of petechial hemorrhage and abrasion including an area measuring around 3 x 2 inches. The ligature furrow crosses the anterior midline of the neck just listed below the laryngeal prominence, roughly at the level of the cricoid cartilage. It is nearly completely horizontal with minor upward variance from the horizontal towards the back of the neck. The midline of the furrow mark on the anterior neck is 8 inches listed below the top of the head. The midline of the furrow mark on the posterior neck is 6.75 inches listed below the top of the head.

    The location of abrasion and petechial hemorrhage of the skin of the anterior neck includes on the lower left neck, just to the left of the midline, an approximately triangular, parchment-like rust colored abrasion which measures 1.5 inches in length with a maximum width of 0.75 inches. This roughly triangular shaped abrasion is obliquely oriented with the peak superior and lateral. The remainder of the abrasions and petechial hemorrhages of the skin above and listed below the anterior projection of the ligature furrow are nonpatterned, purple to rust colored, and present in the midline, right, and left locations of the anterior neck. The skin just above the ligature furrow along the best side of the neck consists of petechial hemorrhage made up of multiple confluent extremely little petechial hemorrhages in addition to numerous bigger petechial hemorrhages measuring up to one-sixteenth and one-eight of an inch in maximum dimension. Comparable smaller sized petechial hemorrhages are present on the skin below the ligature furrow on the left lateral aspect of the neck. Located on the best side of the chin is a three-sixteenths by one-eight of an inch location of shallow abrasion. On the posterior aspect of the best shoulder is an improperly demarcated, really superficial focus of abrasion/contusion which is pale purple in color and determines up to three-quarters by one-half inch in maximum measurement. Numerous direct aggregates of petechial hemorrhages are present in the anterior left shoulder just above deltopectoral groove. These measure up to one inch in length by one-sixteenth to one-eight of an inch in width. On the left lateral aspect of the lower back, roughly sixteen and one-quarter inches and seventeen and one-half inches listed below the level of the top of the head are two dried rust colored to somewhat purple abrasions. The more superior of the 2 procedures one-eight by one-sixteenth of an inch and the more inferior measures three-sixteenths by one-eight of an inch. There is no surrounding contusion identified. On the posterior aspect of the left lower leg, nearly in the midline, approximately 4 inches above the level of the heel are two little scratch-like abrasions which are dried and rust colored. They measure one-sixteenth by less than one-sixteenth of an inch and one-eight by less than one-sixteenth of an inch respectively.

    On the anterior aspect of the perineum, along the edges of closure of the labia majora, is a percentage of dried blood. A similar small amount of dried and semifluid blood exists on the skin of the fourchette and in the vestibule. Inside the vestibule of the vaginal area and along the distal vaginal wall is reddish hyperemia. This hyperemia is circumferential and maybe more noticeable on the right side and posteriorly. The hyperemia likewise appears to extend just inside the vaginal orifice. A 1 cm red-purple area of abrasion lies on the ideal posterolateral location of the 1 x 1 cm hymeneal orifice. The hymen itself is represented by a rim of mucosal tissue extending clockwise between the 2 and 10: 00 positions. The location of abrasion exists at approximately the 7: 00 position and appears to include the hymen and distal best lateral vaginal wall and potentially the area anterior to the hymen. On the ideal labia majora is an extremely faint location of violent discoloration measuring roughly one inch by three-eighths of an inch. Incision into the underlying subcutaneous tissue reveals no hemorrhage. A very little quantity of semiliquid thin watery red fluid exists in the vaginal vault. No current or remote anal or other perineal injury is determined.

    REST OF EXTERNAL ASSESSMENT: The unembalmed, well developed and well nourished Caucasian female body measures 47 inches in length and weight an approximated 45 pounds.

    No scalp trauma is determined. The external auditory canals are patent and devoid of blood. The eyes are green and the students equally dilated. The sclerae are white. The nostrils are both patent and consist of a small amount of tan mucous material. The teeth are native and in good repair work. The tongue is smooth, pink-tan and granular. No buccal mucosal injury is seen. The frenulum is undamaged. There is small drying artifact of the idea of the tongue. On the right cheek is a pattern of dried saliva and mucous product which does not appear to be hemorrhagic. The neck consists of no palpable adenopathy or masses and the trachea and throat are midline. The chest is in proportion. Breasts are prepubescent. The abdominal area is flat and consists of no scars. No palpable organomegaly or masses are determined. The external genitalia are that of a prepubescent female. No pubic hair exists. The rectum is patent. Assessment of the extremities is unremarkable.

    The fingernails of both hands are of adequate length for clipping. Evaluation of the back is unremarkable. There is dorsal 3 to 4 livor mortis which is nonblanching. Livor mortis is likewise present on the best side of the face. At the time of the initiation of the autopsy there is moderate 1 to 2 rigor mortis of the elbows and shoulders with more advanced 2 to 3 rigor mortis of the joints of the lower extremities.

    INTERNAL TEST: The anterior chest musculature is well developed. No sternal or rib fractures are identified.

    Mediastinum: The mediastinal contents are generally dispersed. The 21 gm thymus gland has a regular external look. The cut areas are carefully lobular and pink-tan. No petechial hemorrhages are seen. The aorta and remainder of the mediastinal structures are typical.

    Body Cavities: The right and left thoracic cavities contain approximately 5 cc of straw colored fluid. The pleural surfaces are smooth and glistening. The pericardial sac consists of 3-4 cc of straw colored fluid and the epicardium and pericardium are average. The stomach contents are typically distributed and covered by a smooth glistening serosa. No intra-abdominal accumulation of fluid or blood is seen.

    Lungs: The 200 gm right lung and 175 gm let lung have a regular lobar configuration. A periodic scattered subpleural petechial hemorrhage is seen on the surface of each lung. The cut sections of the lungs reveal an intact alveolar architecture with a percentage of watery fluid exhibiting from the cut surface areas with mild pressure. The intrapulmonary bronchi and vasculature are unremarkable. No evidence of debt consolidation is seen.

    Heart: The 100 gm heart has a typical external setup. There are scattered subepicardial petechial hemorrhages over the anterior surface area of the heart. The coronary arteries are normal in their distribution and contain no evidence of atherosclerosis. The tan-pink myocardium is homogeneous and contains no areas of

    fibrosis or infarction. The endocardium is average. The valve cusps are thin, delicate and flexible and consist of no plants or apoplexy. The major vessels enter and leave the heart in the normal style. The foramen ovale is closed.

    Aorta and Vena Cava: The aorta is patent throughout its course as are its major branches. No atherosclerosis is seen. The Vena Cava is average.

    Spleen: The 61 gm spleen has a carefully wrinkled purple capsule. Cut sections are uniform and disclose easily recognizable red and white pulp. No intrinsic problems are recognized.

    Adrenals: The adrenal glands are of normal shapes and size. A golden yellow cortex surmounts a thin brown-tan medullary area. No intrinsic irregularities are identified.

    Kidneys: The 40 gm right kidney and 40 gm left kidney have a typical external appearance. The surfaces are smooth and glistening. Cut areas disclose an undamaged corticomedullary architecture. The kidney papilae are greatly demarcated. The pelvocaliceal system is lined by gray-white mucosa which is unremarkable. Both ureters are patent throughout their course to the bladder.

    Liver: The 625 gm liver has a typical external look. The capsule is smooth and glistening. Cut sections divulge an undamaged lobular architecture with no intrinsic abnormalities recognized.

    Pancreas: The pancreas is of regular shapes and size. Cut areas are finely lobular and tan. No intrinsic problems are determined.

    Bladder: The bladder is contracted and consists of no urine. The bladder mucosa is smooth and tan-gray. No intrinsic abnormalities are seen.

    Genitalia: The upper portions of the vaginal vault consist of no problems. The prepubescent uterus measures 3 x 1 x 0.8 cm and is plain. The cervical os includes no irregularities. Both fallopian tubes and ovaries are prepubescent and average by gross assessment.

    Gallbladder: The gallbladder consists of 2-3 cc of amber bile. No stones are recognized and the mucosa is smooth and silky. The cystic duct, right and left hepatic duct and common bile duct are patent throughout their course to the duodenum.

    G.I. Tract: The esophagus is empty. It is lined by gray-white mucosa. The stomach includes a percentage (8-10 cc) of viscous to green to tan colored thick mucous product without particle matter determined. The gastric mucosa is autolyzed but contains no locations of hemorrhage or ulcer. The proximal part of the little intestinal tract includes fragmented pieces of yellow to light green-tan apparent vegetable or fruit material which might represent pieces of pineapple. No hemorrhage is identified. The remainder of the little intestine is typical. The large intestinal tract contains soft green fecal material. The appendix exists.

    Lymphatic System: Typical.

    Musculoskeletal System: Plain.

    Skull and Brain: Upon reflection of the scalp there is found to be a comprehensive area of scalp hemorrhage along the ideal temporoparietal area extending from the orbital ridge, posteriorly all the method to the occipital location. This incorporates an area determining approximately 7 x 4 inches. This grossly appears to be fresh hemorrhage without any proof of organization. At the superior extension of this area of hemorrhage is a linear to comminuted skull fracture which extends from the best occipital to posteroparietal area forward to the right frontal location across the parietal part of the skull. the posteroparietal location of this fracture is an approximately rectangle-shaped shaped displaced piece of skull determining one and three-quarters by one-half inch. The hemorrhage and the fracture extend posteriorly simply past the midline of the occipital area of the skull. This fracture measures around 8.5 inches in length. On removal of the skull cap there is found to be a thin film of subdural hemorrhage measuring roughly 7-8 cc over the surface area of the ideal cerebral hemisphere and extending to the base of the cerebral hemisphere. The 1450 gm brain has a regular general architecture. Moderate narrowing of the sulci and flattening of the gyri are seen. No inflammation is recognized. There is a thin movie of subarachnoid hemorrhage overlying the entire right cerebral hemisphere. On the best cerebral hemisphere underlying the previously pointed out direct skull fracture is a substantial linear area of purple contusion extending from the right frontal location, posteriorly along the lateral element of the parietal region and into the occipital area. This location of contusion procedures 8 inches in length with a width of as much as 1.75 inches. At the tip of the right temporal lobe is a one-quarter by one quarter inch comparable appearing purple contusion. Just really minimal contusion exists at the idea of the left temporal lobe. This location of contusion measures just one-half inch in optimum dimension. The cerebral vasculature consists of no evidence of atherosclerosis. Numerous coronal sections of the cerebral hemispheres, brain stem and cerebullum disclose no additional irregularities. The locations of formerly explained contusion are identified by purple direct streak-like stainings of the gray matter perpendicular to the surface area of the cortex. These extend approximately 6 mm into the cerebral cortex. Evaluation of the base of the brain divulges no extra fractures.

    Neck: Dissection of the neck is carried out after removal of the thoracoabdominal organs and the brain. The anterior strap musculature of the neck is serially dissected. Numerous sections of the sternocleidomastoid muscle reveal no hemorrhages. Sections of the rest of the strap musculature of the neck disclose no evidence of hemorrhage. Examination of the thyroid cartilage, cricoid cartilage and hyoid bone reveal not evidence of fracture of hemorrhage. Numerous sample of the tongue disclose no hemorrhage or terrible injury. The thyroid gland weights 2 gm and is regular in appearance. Cut areas are carefully lobular and red-tan. The trachea and larynx are lined by smooth pink-tan mucosa without intrinsic problems.

    TINY DESCRIPTION: (All Areas Stained with H&E)

    ( Slide Secret) – (A) – scalp hemorrhage, (B) – areas of vaginal mucosa with tiniest fragment representing area of abrasion of 7: 00 position, (C) – heart, (D-F) – lungs, (G) – liver and spleen, (H) – pancreas and kidney, (I) – thyroid and bladder, (J) – thymus and adrenals, (K-L) – reproductive organs, (M) – larynx, (N-T) – brain.

    Myocardium: Areas of the ventricular myocardium are made up of interlacing bundles of cardiac muscle fibers. No fibrosis or swelling are recognized.

    Lungs: The alveolar architecture of the lungs is well maintained. Pulmonary vascular congestion is determined. No intrinsic problems are seen.

    Spleen: There is mild autolysis of the spleen. Both red and white pulp are recognizable.

    Thyroid: The thyroid gland is composed of normal-appearing follicles. An occasional isolated area of persistent interstitial inflammatory infiltrate is seen. There is likewise a small fragment of parathyroid tissue.

    Thymus: The thymus gland keeps the usual architecture. The lymphoid material is intact and scattered Hassall’s corpuscles are determined. Mild vascular congestion is recognized.

    Trachea: There is moderate chronic inflammation in the submucosa of the trachea.

    Liver: The lobular architecture of the liver is well protected. No swelling or intrinsic problem are determined.

    Pancreas: There is autolysis of the pancreas which is otherwise average.

    Kidney: The general architecture of the kidney is well maintained. There is perhaps moderate vascular congestion in the cortex however no inflammation is recognized.

    Bladder: The transitional epithelium of the bladder is autolyzed. No substantial intrinsic irregularities are seen.

    Reproductive Organs: Sections of the uterus are consistent with the prepubescent age. The ovary is unremarkable.

    Adrenal: The architecture of the adrenal is well preserved and no intrinsic problems are seen.

    Brain: Sections of the locations of contusion disclose disrupted blood vessels of the cortex with surrounding hemorrhage. There is no evidence of inflammatory infiltrate or company of the hemorrhage. Subarachnoid hemorrhage is also identified. Cortical neurons are surrounded by clear halos, as are glial cells.

    Vaginal Mucosa: All of the areas consist of vascular congestion and focal interstitial chronic inflammation. the smallest piece of tissue, from the 7: 00 position of the vaginal wall/hymen, include epithelial disintegration with underlying capillary blockage. A little number of red blood cells exists on the deteriorated surface, as is birefringent foreign product. Acute inflammatory infiltrate is not seen.

    EVIDENCE: Items turned over to the Boulder Authorities Department as evidence consist of: Fibers and hair from clothes and body surfaces; ligatures; clothes; vaginal swabs and smears; rectal swabs and smears; oral swabs and smears; paper bags from hands, fingernail clippings, jewelry, paper bags from feet; white body bag; sample of head hear, eyelashes and eyebrows; swabs from right and left thighs and ideal cheek; red leading and purple leading tubes of blood.

    END OF REPORT

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