When Jon Benet’s body was found, it showed signs of genital injury, including bloodstains in her underpants.
Her vaginal opening was also twice the size of that of a normal six-year-old girl.
The autopsy review, though, suggests just how much the police may have considered the Ramseys as suspects.
On the night after Christmas 1996, six-year-old beauty queen Jon Benet Ramsey was beaten in the head, strangled, and possibly sexually assaulted.
Her lifeless body was left on the basement floor of her home.
This has been touted as a sign that she was sexual assaulted, although her doctor insists that the irritation came from her bubble bath.
More troubling, though, is the 911 call made from the Ramseys’ house three days before Jon Benet’s murder.
Since Jon Benet’s death, her family has been entangled in controversy.
Depending on whom you believe, John and Patsy Ramsey are killers who murdered their child, liars who covered up a murder by their son, Burke, or innocent people plagued by unjust accusations.According to some investigators, that didn’t happen from only one night of abuse.At age three, Jon Benet visited her doctor twice complaining about vaginal irritation and redness.Before he met Patsy, John Ramsey had married his college sweetheart, an elementary education major named Lucinda Pasch, in 1966.The two were married for 12 years and had three children together: Elizabeth, Melinda, and John Andrew. In 1992, Elizabeth’s car careened into an oncoming truck on the interstate, killing her and her boyfriend.Few have delved into who the Ramsey family really is—and what they did before and after Jon Benet’s death.