Caron said she firmly believes Ganesh Ramsaran’s account that he had no involvement in his wife’s disappearance. She said she also firmly believes the alibi he provided police — that he went for a workout at a local YMCA while he believed his wife was headed to a Syracuse mall for Christmas shopping that day.
Ganesh Ramsaran did not deny the extramarital tryst, and said he acknowledged it to investigators when he was questioned at length following his wife’s disappearance.
“The police know everything,” said Ramsaran, who in previous interviews acknowledged that he and his wife experienced marital difficulties. “I have nothing to hide from anybody.”
He blamed “obsessed Internet stalkers” with spreading what he called unfounded rumors.
“What does that have to do with anything,?” he said about the tryst. He did acknowledge that the information is an apparent factor in why his mother-in-law, Carol Renz, has had contact with a Facebook page, Help Find Jennifer Ramsaran, that has raised questions about his actions.
He also said the only life insurance policy he has for himself and his wife “was taken out many, many years ago” through his employer, IBM, and that no changes have been made in recent years.
Sheriff Cutting said police continue to await for Jennifer Ramsaran’s cellphone records. Ganesh Ramsaran located the cellphone using a computer application employing GPS technology.
“At this time, we are following all leads,” Cutting said. “The investigation is open. We’re looking at every angle.”
He said he expects that “there will come a time when we can share more” information with the public.”