Late Wednesday, Sheriff Ernest Cutting Jr. went to the home of Ganesh Ramsaran and advised him a woman’s body had been found in Chenango County while also obtaining the dental records of Jennifer Ramsaran, according to a note on a Facebook page that Ganesh Ramsaran has been helping to administer.
That Facebook page and a second one on the social media site devoted to the Ramsaran case have taken decidedly different approaches to the mystery, with the latter — “Help Find Jennifer Ramsaran” — raising questions about the actions of Ganesh Ramsaran.
Buff, the missing woman’s sister, shared on her page a photograph posted on the site that has been critical of Ganesh Ramsaran. The photo is of a cloud formation with a brilliant sunrise, over which these words were dropped into the graphic: “May the Angels in Heaven wrap their wings around you to carry you home. RIP (Rest in Peace) Jennifer Ramsaran.”
In an interview last week, Ganesh Ramsaran stated that both his sister-in law and his mother-in-law, Carol Renz, began viewing him with suspicion when they learned, following Jennifer Ramsaran’s disappearance, that he had a sexual tryst with one of his wife’s close friends.
When asked by The Daily Star if the affair with one of his running partners was a factor in his sister-in-law and mother-in-law becoming estranged from him, Ganesh Ramsaran stated: “I can guarantee that’s what did it.”
Ganesh Ramsaran also claimed his sister-in-law and mother-in-law have been “brainwashed by those internet predators” involved in running the Help Find Jennifer Ramsaran page.
“These internet predators are evil,” said Ganesh Ramsaran, an IBM project manager. He added: “According to these goddamn people, I’m the devil incarnate.”
Ganesh Ramsaran also voiced frustration in that interview that a reporter wrote that he had declined to discuss whether he had taken out a life insurance policy on his wife.