Two other high profile child kidnapping cases; one that contains circumstances presently under investigation in Florida by the Office of the Inspector General, are now providing critical clues that show JonBenet’s case is not unique and involves a Modus Operandi....
In October, 1999, Bob Enyart, pastor, Denver Bible Church, conducted his own private investigation into the murder of JonBenet Ramsey.
Enyart went into very elaborate detail about the cover-up, showing no restraint or hesitation regarding his own guess work.
“John found a pair of unused shoes, and made a footprint next to the body. He then took those shoes, the oversized underpants, and other damning evidence with him as he left the house around 1:30 a.m. He went out of find a public restroom, at a nightclub, a gas station, a diner, or even at a striptease joint or, preferably, an adult bookstore with video stalls. Somewhere along his journey he dropped the damning evidence in the trash. At the restroom, he used the panties that Patsy had recently purchased to pick up a pubic hair, and then rubbed a stain onto the underpants,” Enyart said.
Enyart appeared to follow the case intently through the years.
During a radio broadcast about the Ramsey murder, Enyart said, “If you recall with the JonBenet murder case, FBI agents working on the Ramsey case, observed that sex offenders never leave ransom notes, nor ask for money, and kidnappers for profit, they don’t first molest the child in the home, and they certainly never leave the victim behind”.
Enyart trumpeted how the evidence found at the scene of the Ramsey murder scene made no sense was confusing. “This is a crime that fits no category,” Enyart said, adding that John and Patsy Ramsey were just trying to get away with it.
At one point, Enyart claimed John Ramsey had studied the book Mind Hunter by legendary FBI criminal profiler John E. Douglas, suggesting John Ramsey schooled himself in staging a crime scene. Douglas would later refute the assertion about Ramsey reading Mind Hunter and dismiss it completely.
During his radio program, Enyart made observations about the murdered child, JonBenet, calling her a “spoiled brat” and condemning the parents because they did not ‘correct her’.
Court records show Enyart’s idea of correcting a child has resulted in criminal prosecutions and convictions of child abuse against him, which have resulted in protection orders and jail time.
After investigating the JonBenet Ramsey murder in great detail and accusing the child’s parents of murder in both broadcast and print, Enyart never again investigated another murder or crime scene for his Web audience.
He only investigated JonBenet’s murder.
After the Ramsey’s were cleared by the existence of DNA evidence found at the scene from an unknown person, Enyart returned to the subject of JonBenet to explain how John Ramsey planted it at the scene.
Curtis and Danielle Kekoa, Northglenn, Colorado, are former members of Denver Bible Church. The Kekoa’s say they left the church after many years, when they realized Enyart was a sadistic cult leader.
The Kekoa’s say Enyart murdered JonBenet Ramsey; that his DNA will match the DNA on file from the crime scene; and they further claim he is a serial killer behind the murders of Jessica Ridgeway, Dylan Redwine, and others.
Enyart’s proactive involvement in the JonBenet Ramsey murder case and his published theory of how the unidentified DNA got to the crime scene appeared awkward and out of place to many.
But Enyart was not to be the only pastor to interject himself into a child murder case or to make strange claims that DNA evidence was planted – it was to happen again....
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