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IN Celebrities ON 24 Apr, 2016
The decade-long high-profile case of Murder of JonBenet Ramsey has taken a big step towards finally getting solved and the real murderer's name has been revealed. The six-year-old American girl who was killed brutally in her home in Boulder, Colorado will finally be served justice when her killer's name will be announced and be punished well. After the recent controversy about allegations of Katy Perry being JonBenet, something shocking has come out of the case.
After more than twenty years of the circle of court hearings, suspicions, and interrogations, the real murderer has been found and it's definitely not who you think!
The Christmas 1996 murder of the winner of several child beauty pageants was the biggest headline for a long time. The case attracted a lot of attention because of her parents' wealth and unusual evidence found at her murder spot.
They were given a clean chit in 2008, two years after which Patsy passed away from ovarian cancer. The Ramseys hired private investigator Ollie Gray soon.
There has been so much spoken and written about JonBenton's case that almost everyone has a theory about her murder. After some time, the Ramseys stopped taking services from Ollie, but he continued working on the case on his own after that. And now, he has announced his prime suspect of the bloodbath.
Helgoth used to work at his family's junkyard. He would have been 26 now. Ollie is cent percent sure it was Helgoth who murdered Ramsey.
According to InTouch Magazine, a month before the murder, Helgoth told Kenady that "he and a partner were going to make a great deal and they each will bring in around $50,000 or $60,000." The Ramseys found a ransom note demanding $118,000, which justified the claimed talk of deal.
Helgoth once blurted out a creepy thought to Kenady about 'what it would be like to crack a human skull.' And surprisingly, JonBenot's injuries included a cracked skull. The police found evidence that she had been shocked with a stun gun and Helgoth did own a few.
The police did discover a tape, but dismissed it since the DNA found at the scene wasn't Helgoth's. And regarding the DNA, the police found it from Helgoth's corpse.
Though Ollie found Helgoth's suicide suspicious and sensed involvement of a third party. He had shot himself and the gun was found in his right hand, but the wound wasn't on the right side of his temple. The bullet traveled left-to-right according to the autopsy reports. Ollie believes there's an unidentified criminal who killed Helgoth to keep him quiet.
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