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BREAKING: Pedophile Reportedly Confesses To Killing 6-Year-Old Beauty Queen JonBenét Ramsey in 1996

On Thursday, the Daily Mail reported that a man who has been a suspect in the murder of six-year-old beauty queen JonBenét Ramsey in 1996 reportedly admitted he killed her. The crime has been unsolved for 22 years.

DailyMailTV obtained letters written by Gary Oliva, who is now 54, to a former high school classmate, music publicist Michael Vail. Investigators have conjectured that Oliva joined other men in breaking into JonBenét Ramsey’s house. A ransom note demanding $118,000 for the girl was found on the kitchen staircase before her body was found. The tiny girl was found with a broken skull from a blow to the head and had been strangled; a garrote was tied around her neck. In 2003, trace DNA that was taken from the child’s clothes showed it came from an unknown male; prompting the DA to send the Ramseys a letter of apology in 2008, declaring the family “completely cleared.”

Oliva, a convicted pedophile who is currently serving a 10-year sentence in a Colorado prison for having child pornography on his phone, allegedly stated in a letter to Vail, “’I never loved anyone like I did JonBenét and yet I let her slip and her head bashed in half and I watched her die. It was an accident. Please believe me. She was not like the other kids.” He wrote in another letter, “JonBenét completely changed me and removed all evil from me. Just one look at her beautiful face, her glowing beautiful skin, and her divine God-body, I realized I was wrong to kill other kids. Yet by accident she died and it was my fault.”

Vail, 55, told DailyMailTV:

My suspicions began when Gary called me late at night on December 26, 1996. He was sobbing and said, ‘I hurt a little girl.’ I had known Gary from my time at high school and we had kept in touch. When he said he had hurt a little girl I tried to get more information out of him. The only other thing he told me was that he was in the Boulder, Colorado area. On December 27 I read on the front page of my local newspaper ‘Girl, 6, slain in Boulder, Colorado’. I knew I had to alert the police. I immediately called the Boulder Police Department and told them what I knew about Gary and what he had told me just days earlier. They didn’t get back to me. Three months later I called the police again to find out what was going on in its investigation of Gary, but instead I was sent to a police answering machine set up for tips on the JonBenét case. I left a message on the recorded line and again I never heard back from investigators.”

He continued:

I’ve continued this for decades now, even with him being in prison. But he has only just admitted to killing her. He believes he will go to hell if he doesn’t admit to it. I have now sent these letters to Boulder police in the hope it will get Gary to provide them with firm proof and to name who else may have been involved in JonBenét’s death. I hope it helps bring justice for JonBenét and peace for her family. Now they have this, a written confession, the police need to charge him with her murder. The thought that he could be released on probation next year chills me to the bone because he should never be allowed out. He is a danger to society. The day he walks free is the day I will be terrified for every child and family.

The letters were given to Boulder, Colorado, police. Police spokesperson Laurie Ogden told DailyMailTV, “The Boulder Police Department is aware of and has investigated Mr. Olivas’ potential involvement in this case. We have passed the additional information you provided onto investigators. We will not comment on any actions or the status of this investigation.”

JonBenét Ramsey’s body was discovered by her father John Ramsey in their home’s basement on December 26, 1996. DailyMailTV gained possession of a police report regarding Oliva’s 2016 arrest; the report stated hundreds of photos of JonBenét were found on his phone. Prior investigations showed Oliva had an address ten blocks from the Ramsay home in 1996.

27 Comments

27 Comments

  1. Sandy Miller

    January 11, 2019 at 12:58 am

    Why does this entire story sound so manufactured??

    • Fred

      January 11, 2019 at 1:19 am

      Because it is?

    • stevor

      January 11, 2019 at 1:21 am

      yes, I agree.
      who is he covering up for? (where was bill or shilary clinton one of the podestas?)

    • William G Munson

      January 11, 2019 at 3:04 pm

      it is because the police and the way they operate doing nothing if it does not go the way they want it tooo

    • Sam

      January 11, 2019 at 4:14 pm

      Something just sounds very wrong here…. And was there anything about the child having a bashed in skull???

  2. Judy jones

    January 11, 2019 at 1:00 am

    There was concern among the people of Bolder that the Bolder Police screwed things up,
    they were absolutely right! Why do police dismiss information and decide not to follow through….do they believe they are smarter than the average Joe!!!

    • Paula J

      January 11, 2019 at 2:48 pm

      In the beginning, they talk about multiple people breaking in to get to Jon Benet. Is it possible some of/one of them is a prominent citizen like a Police Officer or politician? And all the people who said and did such horrible things to the Ramseys have never apologized. This is why it is so wrong for armchair sleuths to get on social media with no data and condemn people when there is no way for them to know anything about the case.

  3. wolfen244

    January 11, 2019 at 2:12 am

    The murderer was mom. No question about it. Just have to read her retarded ransom note and you’ll know why.

    • DW

      January 11, 2019 at 3:18 am

      a question…, does the sand in your ears bother you from some much time your head was buried in it?

    • Jay Yother

      January 11, 2019 at 4:22 am

      She may have engineered it, and maybe even wrote the note, but she didn’t do the deed.

    • Paula J

      January 11, 2019 at 2:50 pm

      The mom didn’t have sperm. The child was raped and there was DNA evidence. Patsy was put through hell along with the rest of the family. I hope to God you never sit on a jury or are falsely accused of murdering your own child.

  4. Susan Dudak

    January 11, 2019 at 2:13 am

    All it takes is a DNA test. What is the hold up?

    • Kathy Weir

      January 11, 2019 at 8:32 am

      That “DNA” was such a small amount that it was typical of the kind that can be picked up by clothing coming in contact with any surface. It isn’t the kind of DNA that shows that a person was present.

  5. wolfen244

    January 11, 2019 at 2:18 am

    “Listen carefully! We are a group of individuals that represent a small foreign faction,”

    What small foreign faction writes a stupid note like that? Howzaout an upper class woman who just strangled her daughter? Only an upper class woman like Patsy Ramsey even speaks like that. “We are a GROUP OF INDIVIDUALS!!!!” “that REPRESENT!!!” Really? Patsy wrote that nonsense especially since that note was written by a cancer survivor – Patsy herself – who went through cancer survivor therapy.

    Patsy Ramsey murdered Jon Benet Ramsey. No one else.

    • ronald

      January 11, 2019 at 8:01 am

      dna shows a diferent dna other then the family if god exist then shes paying for it according to moses law. even after admitting killing other kids he still stayed out of jail

  6. K

    January 11, 2019 at 2:18 am

    I’m not buying this story AT ALL. Slipped and bashed her head by accident? this looks like total Deep State BS to attempt to shut people up and stop them from investigating it. This was a Satanic ritual murder by those who do such things…

  7. William John Meegan

    January 11, 2019 at 2:39 am

    If a police officer, DA, Judge, FBI or any other so-called Judicial employee wants to interrogate you don’t speak a word to them. You are entitled to invoke your CONSTITUTIONAL SIXTH AMENDMENT RITE to OBEY YOUR LAWYERS ADVICE. Lawyers tell you not to talk to Judicial employees.

    The reason that I post this is because Robert Mueller has trained all FBI agents and Prosecutors and Judges and Police Officers how to plant evidence and commit perjury on innocent people to send them to prison.

    Robert Mueller had a grand jury indict 13-Russian Companies; however, there were only twelve that actually existed, the thirteenth company was non-existent; thus, if Robert Mueller can lie to a grand jury to indict a non-existing Russian Company don’t you think that any prosecutor in the USA can knowingly lie to a grand jury so that an innocent man, woman or child can be indicted?

    Judiciary personal are train to ask catch-22 questions and or manipulate what you say to declare that you committed perjury to a law enforcement personnel. This is why you cannot ever talk to judiciary personnel.

    Never take a lie detector text because that is a con-artist gimmick and it is not valid in any USA courtroom though police office officers will tell you differently. They will say, “IF YOU ARE INNOCENT YOU HAVE NOTHING TO BE AFRAID OF”. The moment you start talking to a judiciary personnel YOU CONVICTED YOURSELF.

    The USA American Citizen does not have any right to a trial by jury or due process of law; because, judges, DA, and Police Officers are the VIGILANTE CABAL. They collectively decide who is guilty before a person is arrested, tried and found guilty and that is why the plant evidence and commit perjury on innocent people.

    Most people will this all of this is inane; but, IT IS YOUR DECISION, I am just giving your heads-up.

    • Jay Yother

      January 11, 2019 at 4:20 am

      It’s the 5th Amendment that is used to abide by your right to remain silent. From all police and lawyers I have talked to, they all said to not talk to police except for “may I help you”, I don’t answer questions, and “I don’t submit to a search”. Be nice, but stand firm on your right, because ANYTHING you say CAN and WILL be held against you in court, whereas NOTHING you say will help your case.

      • Lorraine Kemer

        January 28, 2019 at 3:16 am

        He may have misstated the amendment but he is right on every other point he makes. Police officers arrested my son and tried to blame him for a robbery that occurred a week prior to his arrest. Even though my son refused to “search and seizure of his person and property, the police ignored him. After searching his car, the arrest report stated they recovered a CD from the car that showed the inside and outside areas of the building that was robbed. My son had to appear in court 7 times over a 2-1/2 month period. Finally, the case was dropped. Turned out, the police actually took the video of the building, to frame my son and put a shine on their badge. Little did they know that after the robbery, the company installed cameras inside their building. Those very cameras showed the police filming the interior of the building. My son, to this day, is still upset over this because he went thru Hell and nothing ever happened to the officers for presenting false evidence. Never say anything to anyone connected to the courts. And if you have a lawyer, know their 1st priority is to the court, not to you.

    • Kathy Weir

      January 11, 2019 at 8:52 am

      Cooperating with investigators is something any person wants to do in order to solve a crime like this. I agree that refusing to take a lie detector test is not a sign of guilt and neither is asking for a lawyer if you think the police are trying to frame you. You would still cooperate as much as possible to get to the truth. The lie detector test is like an interrogation, it should be used to get the person to tell the truth, not as scientific evidence of guilt. It is very unlikely that you can get a DA to get the police to doctor their testimony or plant evidence. This is just not in their best interest. There have been rare cases in the past but they will be found out.
      Every American should feel threatened by investigations like Mueller’s. Any time there is a biased investigation with ulterior motives, somebody is in danger of being unfairly prosecuted.

  8. chris

    January 11, 2019 at 4:12 am

    Maybe he will confess to other murders??? ” I realized I was wrong to kill other kids.”????

  9. ronald

    January 11, 2019 at 8:04 am

    if his the real killer wheres his dna wheres the original writing of the ransom note and did the writing in the confession match it on the ransom and finger pints

  10. Michigan Man

    January 11, 2019 at 12:03 pm

    Just like the faux stories about Natalie Holloway. Show me the police evidence, then maybe I will believe it.

  11. Cecelia Henderson

    January 11, 2019 at 4:02 pm

    Accident? She was strangled and had a noose around her neck in addition to the cracked skull. That’s no accident.

  12. Cindy

    January 12, 2019 at 3:13 pm

    I still have problems with this. The searched the house, multiple times, and suddenly dad rushes into a hidden room to find the body, doesn’t call the cops in but carries her out to them. Mom is nuts (understandably) but does some awful weird things herself. Of course the guy with the ‘confession’ is a whole lot weirder than them, so just what kind of people were these folks associating with? The guy had to know about the hidden room to hide the body. They say she was raped, he had to leave all kinds of physical evidence to do that, hair, fibers, DNA, prints, and what about those ‘other people’, what were they doing when this happened. Maybe if the police hadn’t been so slow to admit they didn’t know what they were doing, and called for more experienced investigators, things would have been different. It’s one that will never be solved, unless someone can pull up that one tiny drop of DNA that might have survived all these years.

  13. Kris

    January 22, 2019 at 3:36 pm

    The DNA tests done in 2009 and 2016 both confirmed that the DNA found on her was from more than one man not related to the family. This spurred the DA, Mary Lacy to publicly exonerate the Ramsey family, which was not her place to do. It did not exonerate them from INVOLVEMENT in the CRIME, only involvement in the sexual assault.
    Facts. Only a few people knew that John Ramsey had just gotten an $118k Christmas bonus, the exact amount of the ransom that was demanded! The only proof of forced entry into the house was a broken basement window which John said HE HIMSELF HAD BROKEN to get into the house when he locked himself out and that was confirmed by the dust and cob webs on it that were not disturbed! So there was NO forced entry! John’s best friend, Fleet White, who was with John when he found her body thinks they were involved. His best friend, who knew him better than anyone except his wife, and who thought his initial reaction to finding her was unbecoming for a father finding his murdered little daughter.
    I think this guy Gary saw the news report of her murder on Dec. 26th, the day after she was murdered. He then called this guy Michael Vail on Dec. 27th saying he hurt a little girl and that he was in Boulder, Colorado. No proof of being there at all. Gary is a paranoid schizophrenic. His confession means nothing.

    I believe by everything I’ve read that the somehow the Ramsey’s had to be involved!

    – a kidnapper doesn’t write the ransom note in the house
    – a kidnapper doesn’t write that he respects his victim’s business
    – a kidnapper doesn’t molest the victim in the house
    – a kidnapper doesn’t kill the victim in the house
    – a kidnapper doesn’t hang out (writing and rewriting) after the victim is dead
    – a kidnapper doesn’t leave the victim behind in the house
    – a kidnapper doesn’t forget to call to arrange to get the ransom money
    – a kidnapper doesn’t break in on Christmas risking family stay overs
    – a kidnapper doesn’t put oversized underwear found in the house on the victim
    – a kidnapper doesn’t bring someone to the crime (3rd person’s DNA on a stain), and
    – a kidnapper certainly doesn’t do ALL of the above.
    A predator, likewise, doesn’t break in to molest a child inside her home and he sure doesn’t stop to write a ransom note. (And if it helps to think through these observations, replace the word kidnapper above with “intruder”.)

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