The handwriting of violent drifter Glenn Meyer — already fingered as a suspect in the murder of JonBenét Ramsey — matches the lettering on a ransom note left in her home! That’s the conclusion of a top forensic investigator who compared a sample of Meyer’s handwriting with the notorious note. Click through RadarOnline.com’s gallery to find out more.
“To me this is another major piece of evidence pointing toward Glenn Meyer being the writer of the ransom note,” Roscoe Clark told Radar.
Meyer’s ex-wife has stepped forward to reveal that she believed her late husband murdered six-year-old Ramsey. The young girl was found sexually assaulted and strangled to death on Christmas Day 1996. “I believe my husband killed JonBenét. I knew he was capable of it,” said Charlotte Hey, 85. “When I asked him if he murdered her, he would just smile at me. He wouldn’t deny it.”
After Hey’s startling confession, Radar obtained a sample of Meyer’s handwriting through government records.
At Radar’s request, Roscoe examined Meyer’s signature on a 1974 Florida marriage license and found several letters identical to the ransom note found in the Ramsey’s Boulder, Colo., home.
“Meyer had a unique writing style that’s consistent with the ransom note — ” Roscoe said.