Planned Parenthood shooting investigation of extortionist cult leader may solve 1996 homicide
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on December 24, 2015 at 9:14 A.M. C.S.T.
The FBI may be closing in on the person that murdered JonBenet Ramsey.
Rapidly emerging new evidence and recent developments suggest John and Patsy Ramsey, the slain child’s parents, could have been blackmailed into silence regarding their daughter’s murder.
The truth behind the sadistic torture and savage murder of the six year-old in Boulder, Colorado on Christmas, 1996, has remained a mystery, primarily because the case ultimately became a perpetual debate.
Any debate in a murder case equates to reasonable doubt as the Ramsey case became the proverbial riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma.
There are those that believe ‘The parents did it and covered it up with a fake ransom note’. And then there are those that believe ‘An unknown intruder did it and left his DNA at the crime scene’.
The great debate is based upon the assumption that whoever authored the ransom note must in fact be the killer.
The debate still rages 19 years later.
But things have changed.
There is now a never before considered third scenario in full play that could change everything JonBenet Ramsey murder scholars ever believed they knew about the case.
‘The parents knew what happened but couldn’t tell on the perpetrator’.
In 2015, the FBI launched a probe into Rev. Bob Enyart, the fanatical pro-life pastor of Denver Bible Church and his cult-like following that support what Enyart calls his “shadow government”.
The federal probe into Enyart is extensive and involves his alleged foreknowledge of the Planned Parenthood mass-shooting in Colorado Springs carried out by Robert Lewis Dear on November 27, 2015.
Enyart is also being investigated for civil rights and public corruption violations that involve conspiracy on multiple levels.
Danielle and Curtis Kekoa, Northglenn, Colorado, are former members of Enyart’s church, and among the witnesses being interviewed by the FBI. The FBI was referred to Danielle Kekoa by none other than Planned Parenthood.
Danielle Kekoa told the FBI that Enyart is a satanic serial killer and “shot-caller” who has ordered kidnappings and murders at an unimaginable scale. According to the Kekoa’s, Enyart is masquerading as a Christian pro-life anti-abortion activist to disguise his true character and conceal his satanic ‘shadow government’ activities.
Kimberly Milka, special agent, Denver FBI, said “shot caller” accurately describes Enyart.
The Kekoa’s told the FBI investigation unit they believe Enyart murdered JonBenet Ramsey and insist his DNA will match the DNA from the “unknown male” that was found under the little girl’s fingernails, as well as the adult male body hair found at the crime-scene.
Enyart has never denied the widely published accusations against him or offered to clear himself by providing a DNA swab. His silence in the matter is completely out of his character.
Brian Rohrbough, former candidate on the U.S. presidential ticket, parent of Columbine massacre victim Daniel Rohrbough, founding president of American Right to Life, and former member of Denver Bible Church, has been a very close business associate of Enyart.
“When Bob is being accused of something that he’s not guilty of he goes on the offensive with both barrels – and publically. And he likes to talk about how he’s being unfairly attacked and you’re not supposed to bear false witness and on and on and on,” Rohrbough said.
Despite being publically accused of the heinous murder of JonBenet Ramsey – Enyart has remained completely silent regarding the accusations against him. However, Enyart has not always been silent regarding the JonBenet Ramsey murder case.
In fact – quite the opposite is true.
Enyart and members of his inner circle interjected themselves into the case and authored a 2,900 word theory on the child’s murder entitled “The Clue That Breaks The Case.”
The composition reads like a legal indictment of John and Patsy Ramsey and is published online. Enyart’s detailed investigative analysis, as well as full programs dedicated to the subject on his radio show Bob Enyart Live, contains startling accusations and statements regarding the child’s murder.
Enyart asserts both parents committed crimes against JonBenet on December 25, 1996, which he says explains why they colluded to cover up the crime.
He also provides a detailed account of an elaborate deception by John and Patsy Ramsey to plant DNA at the scene and underneath JonBenet’s fingernails.
|Bob Enyart’s Theory Regarding Motive
On that Christmas night, after Patsy put her son to bed, John began to sexually abuse his daughter. One form of destructive behavior led to another and at midnight, in a burst of anger and emotion, Patsy struck her daughter in the head, cracking her skull. They realized the severity of the wound, and that JonBenet was near dead. Neither wanted to be caught, so they began to conceal their crimes. First, they strangle her, which both gets rid of her, and makes what would have been an accidental death appear to be deliberate. Then they planned to dispose of any damning evidence, but realized that, without evidence pointing to someone else, they would be the only suspects. So, if they were to survive, the resourceful Ramseys would have to rework the crime scene to point to an intruder.
|Bob Enyart’s Statements Regarding the DNA from an Unknown Male
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.
The unidentifiable DNA material under the fingernails was likewise collected by John, or by a few days of normal child’s play. That material did not come from an intruder, which would have suggested that JonBenet fought and struggled, getting the attention of her neighbors, but not her parents. To help explain to the police how they could have slept through the attack, Patsy Ramsey had taped their daughter’s mouth shut.
Enyart’s bold assertions and stating of exact times that certain things occurred on the night in question have caught the attention of many. Enyart states, “On that Christmas night, after Patsy put her son to bed, John began to sexually abuse his daughter. One form of destructive behavior led to another and at midnight [emphasis added], in a burst of anger and emotion, Patsy struck her daughter in the head, cracking her skull”.
Why Enyart places the fatal blow to the child’s head at exactly midnight on Christmas is a curious assertion.
It is also notable Enyart showed no hesitancy when subjecting himself to a possible defamation lawsuit by categorically stating John Ramsey is a child molester that sexually assaulted his daughter.
Emerging information and new developments on several investigative fronts regarding Enyart are creating new question about the Ramsey murder.
Particularly – did John and Patsy Ramey know Bob Enyart?
If the Ramsey’s personally knew Enyart, the entire case would need to be re-visited from the very beginning. The investigation would logically begin with a DNA swab of Enyart to be compared to the DNA found at the crime scene.
BLACKMAIL AND EXTORTION
The present FBI investigation regarding Enyart involves a wealth of evidence and witnesses that describe Enyart’s illegal ‘shadow government’ activities and his use of blackmail and extortion tactics against people that trust him.
The possibility of a blackmail scheme against the Ramsey’s has exploded to the forefront of the case, because it could finally explain why John and Patsy Ramsey always appeared to be both guilty and innocent at the same time.
Renowned FBI criminal profiler and author John Douglass interviewed John and Patsy Ramsey and concluded that neither parent murdered their daughter.
Renowned homicide detective Lou Smit was brought in by officials to investigate the case and his conclusions echoed Douglass’.
Smit concluded a great deal of evidence supported an intruder theory, which included a strong focus on two separate markings on JonBenet’s body that indicated she was immobilized by a stun-gun.
Investigators say the stun-gun is a game changer.
Both Douglass and Smit said any use of a stun gun in the crime completely obliterates any theory leading to the parents murdering their daughter. No scenario of the murder could point to the parents if a stun-gun was used. Such a tool would have been used by an intruder to quickly immobilize the child before she could resist or scream for help.
Douglass made other observations; observations that are now taking on new meaning as Enyart’s possible involvement is explored.
“I believe you have had the killer in your home before,” Douglass told John Ramsey.
“I believe Mr. Ramsey is familiar or has had contact with this person, and the subject has been harboring ill feelings toward him,” Douglass said.
The question regarding a relationship of any kind existing between the Ramsey’s and Enyart needs to be answered.
Oddly, neither Enyart, nor John Ramsey (nor the late Patsy Ramsey) has ever addressed that lingering question that has become the proverbial pink elephant in the corner of the room.
While Enyart acted very aggressively toward the Ramsey’s in writing and on radio as he delved into specific actions, times, places, and movements of the Ramsey’s on the night in question – the Ramsey’s have never once even acknowledged Enyart’s existence.
John Ramsey and his legal team are completely aware of the Kekoa’s and the recently launched FBI investigation into Enyart. However, John Ramsey has continued to remain remained silent about Enyart.
On November 2, 2015, John Ramsey was featured on Investigation Discovery as part of a “Barbara Walters Presents American Scandals” series.
John Ramsey never mentioned Enyart.
If the Ramsey’s knew Enyart, it would mean Enyart may have had direct contact with JonBenet weeks, or even days, before he murdered her; the six year-old may have known her killer.
The most contentious aspect of the Ramsey case has always been the mysterious ransom note, and the great debate regarding the identity of the author. Much speculation has been given to the author demanding $118,000, which happened to be the amount of John Ramsey’s bonus that year. Some case scholars believe the Ramsey’s used a dollar figure that was on the surface of their mind.
However, if the Ramsey’s and Enyart knew each other, the amount of John Ramsey’s bonus could have been information Enyart had access to. Enyart could have diabolically and strategically placed the dollar amount in the note – knowing investigators would eventually learn it matched the amount of John Ramsey’s bonus – thus implicating the Ramsey’s.
On the other hand – if the Ramsey’s were being blackmailed, they could have written the ransom note to point law enforcement in the direction of an intruder, which may have been the closest they could come to telling the truth without actually naming Enyart.
Any relationship between the Ramsey’s and Enyart could also explain how the killer knew the layout of the house and labyrinth basement; was completely comfortable in the home despite the Ramsey’s being there; and had access to the note pad and pen used to write the ransom note.
While some believe Patsy Ramsey wrote the note while her husband dictated it to her, highly qualified handwriting experts are in disagreement on that point.
Detective Smit said there is no way either parent savagely garroted and sexually assaulted their little girl – and then calmly sat down together and wrote a two and half page ransom note.
Profiler Douglass supports Smit’s belief on that critical point.
According to Douglass, John Ramsey does not fit the profile of a pedophile and despite intensive searches of the Ramsey’s home and business, no pornography was ever found.
The Kekoa’s state they believe Enyart wrote the note in effort to baffle investigators by deliberately creating multiple conflicting profiles of the killer, so the crime would not make any sense – a diabolical dimension to the “evil” and “sadistic” man they say Enyart is.
In fact, the Kekoa’s not only believe Enyart crafted the ransom note, but believe John and Patsy Ramsey are completely innocent.
The most elaborate of potential scenarios involve the ransom note being created in advance of an entirely staged kidnapping scheme gone horribly wrong.
Regardless – a blackmail scheme would render the significance of the ransom note’s author irrelevant; at least in regards to the identity of the person that actually murdered JonBenet.
With blackmail in play, John and Patsy Ramsey could have written the note and lied to police about the facts and circumstances surrounding the events of the night in question for purposes of protecting themselves regarding things not associated with the murder.
Even if the Ramsey’s did write the note and stage a frantic 911 call, their motivations might not have been to escape prosecution for murder. Rather, the motivation would be to protect themselves from exposure of some sensitive information Enyart knew about them – information they needed to keep secret at any cost.
There is a wealth of evidence that shows Enyart is notorious for blackmail and extortion.
Brian Rohrbough came forward with information about Enyart that is very compelling.
“[Bob Enyart] is perhaps the most dishonest and deceptive man I have ever met in my life. He is a blatant liar and his whole thing is to try to get people into following and worshipping him. You’re not dealing with a Christian entity. He’s an evil guy,” Brian Rohrbough said.
Brian Rohrbough also revealed a dimension of Enyart that verifies the Kekoa’s statements to the FBI.
“A long time ago Bob Enyart told me how he was counseling [Curtis and Danielle Kekoa] for a problem that he shouldn’t have mentioned to me or anyone else. He didn’t go into great detail, but what he was trying to do, is what he always does, is to gain influence with someone by bringing them into the inner circle,” Brian Rohrbough said.
The truth behind Brian Rohrbough’s revelation is very, very disturbing.
According to the Kekoa’s, they disclosed very personal information regarding their marriage during confidential marriage counseling with Enyart – their pastor at the time.
Marriage counseling with one’s church pastor is confidential and protected within one of the most sacred and trusted relationships people can seek in times of need for spiritual guidance.
Yet, Enyart subsequently spread the Kekoa’s private information throughout the cult, as well as twisted information around, as he diabolically orchestrated a series of false CPS reports against the Kekoa’s.
The Kekoa’s told the FBI that Enyart mobilized waves of mind-controlled cult members against them in effort to discredit any future testimony they might provide to law enforcement against him. The goal was to have the Kekoa’s six children seized by the State.
“He wants to control everything you say and do because he’s afraid of something that you’re going to say,” Brian Rohrbough said.
The Kekoa’s were completely cleared by CPS twice.
Enyart’s practice of using his title as a pastor, and his fake Christian faith, to obtain highly sensitive and private information, is something law enforcement will need to explore regarding any relationship he might have had with John and Patsy Ramsey.
Lisa Rohrbough, Brian Rohrbough’s wife, compared Enyart to the infamous mass murderer, Rev. Jim Jones. “Follow [Rev. Bob Enyart} – do you what you want – but when it comes the time – don’t drink the red kool-aid – he reminds me of that terrible person,” Lisa Rohrbough said.