Lloyd Cunningham, one of the six document examiners appointed by the CBI to analyze handwriting samples, could not eliminate Chris Wolf as the writer of the Ramsey ransom note. From the Carnes 2003 report:
•"LLoyd Cunningham Analysis. "For example, forensic document examiner Lloyd Cunningham cannot eliminate plaintiff Chris Wolf as the author of the Ransom Note.(SMF P 279; PSMF P 279.)" (Carnes 2003:30).
Carnes also noted in her report that Jackie Dilson (now Brungardt) had testified:
•Wolf's Girlfriend. "Plaintiff's ex-girlfriend has also testified that she was "struck by how the handwriting in the note resembled plaintiff's own handwriting" and believes that he is the note's author.(J. Brungardt Aff. P 43.)" (Carnes 2003:30).
•Editing Mark Used in RN. "Further, to the extent that the use of a single editing mark might suggest to plaintiff's experts that Mrs. Ramsey was the author, given her bachelor's degree in journalism, one should also note that plaintiff, himself, has a Masters' degree in journalism.(Id. P 13.)" (Carnes 2003:30)."
In 2011 Jackie Brungardt paid for an advertisement in the Daily Camera where she had displayed the replica of the ransom note prepared by a handwriting expert using letter's taken from Chris Wolf's diary entries that looked exactly like the equivalent letter in the ransom note. She was also interviewed live on television about this. This was initially available online for public viewing at the time but was soon removed, unlike all interviews that have been favourable to the Boulder Police view of the crime, which has Patsy as the writer of the note
BIZ posted at Topix August 24 2011
"I would say from a layman's perspective that CW's handwriting look far more comparable to the RN than Patsy's ever did. I was astounding at Jackie Dilson's expert's comparison. He should have been reinvestigated after that finding and he wasn't."