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Boulder, Colorado / Ramsey Murder Case / Karr / A Discussion (Part I) #836677

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 17, 2006
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[Boulder district attorney Mary LACY†- comments on the arrest of John Karr in Thailand for the murder of JonBenet Ramsey.]

(Boulder, Colorado: Tom Foreman) A roundtable discussion about the JonBenet murder case with CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin, former Denver deputy D.A. Craig Silverman & "Perfect Murder, Perfect Town" author Lawrence Schiller presented. [TOOBIN - offers perspective on the arrest of Karr & his wacky statements.] [SILVERMAN†- comments on the forensic evidence; wonders about whether the prosecution talked to Karr's relatives.] [SCHILLER - talks about the investigation of sexual predators in the case; says the question is how they found Karr via his e-mails & what he might have said that led to his arrest; outlines the important questions to be asked of Karr.]

Foreman, Tom

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