Ganesh Ramsaran said he remains cooperative with police investigators. While police have said they have not ruled out the possibility his wife met foul play, Ganesh Ramsaran said, “There is no reason for me to believe that my wife has been harmed in any way.”
Asked if there were any life insurance policies on his wife, Ganesh Ramsaran, a project manager for IBM, refused to respond, other than to say, “The police have that information.”
The person involved with “Help Find Jennifer Ramsaran” Facebook page said the site is dedicated to keeping her disappearance in the public eye, with the hope of generating leads that will ultimately lead to answers to the many questions spawned by the case.
The person noted the Chenango County Sheriff’s Office has yet to hold a press conference regarding the disappearance. “The silence has been deafening,” the person said.
Sheriff Ernest Cutting Jr. said the investigation remains active. He declined to comment on Ganesh Ramsaran’s statement that his investigators are knowledgeable about the status of any life insurance policies that may have been taken out on Jennifer Ramsaran.
The sheriff did say that investigators have still not received the cellular telephone records for the iPhone Jennifer Ramsaran had been using. Ganesh Ramsaran, who located the phone for police using a phone application with GPS tracking technology, has indicated she sometimes used her phone to play online games with strangers.
Ganesh Ramsaran said his wife had always been a devoted mother to their three children, although he added: “Her character did change over the last six or nine months.”
When asked to elaborate on that remark, he said, “I’ll leave it at that.”