He discovered 6-year-old Jon Benét's body in the cellar of the home just hours after her murder. Ramsey joined the Navy in 1966, served as a Civil Engineer Corps officer in the Philippines for 3 years, and in an Atlanta reserve unit for an additional 8 years.
In 1989, he formed the Advanced Product Group, one of three companies that merged to become Access Graphics.
To the extent that we may have contributed in any way to the public perception that you might have been involved in this crime, I am deeply sorry.
No innocent person should have to endure such an extensive trial in the court of public opinion, especially when public officials have not had sufficient evidence to initiate a trial in a court of law....
The note suggested that the ransom collection would be monitored and Jon Benet would be returned as soon as the money was obtained.
Mr Ramsey and his friends started their search in the basement and, after first searching the bathroom and another room, the three of them went to a wine cellar room where Mr Ramsey found his daughter's body covered in her special white blanket.
Immediately following the murder of his daughter he was "temporarily replaced so the company did not have to bother him about business matters as he grieved", according to Lockheed Martin spokesman Evan Mc Collum.
His net worth was reported at .4 million as of May 1, 1996.
They categorically denied that John Ramsey was, or ever had been, a child abuser.The match of Male DNA on two separate items of clothing worn by the victim at the time of the murder makes it clear to us that an unknown male handled these items.There is no innocent explanation for its incriminating presence at three sites on these two different items of clothing that Jon Benét was wearing at the time of her murder....John and Patsy Ramsey were sued in two separate defamation lawsuits arising from the publication of their book, The Death of Innocence.These suits were brought by two persons named in the book as having been investigated by Boulder police as suspects in Jon Benét's murder. Derek Bauer, who obtained dismissal of both lawsuits, including an in-depth decision by U. District Court Judge Julie Carnes that "abundant evidence" pointed to an intruder who committed the murder.The Boulder police considered the possibility that an intruder had gotten into the house and committed the murder.