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Boulder, Colorado / Ramsey Murder Case / Karr / A Discussion #837518

CNN Evening News for Monday, Aug 28, 2006
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[JonBenet Ramsey's aunt Pam PAUGH†- talks about her niece's murder.]

(New Orleans: Anderson Cooper) Live discussed held with CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin, former Denver chief deputy D.A. Craig Silverman & Court TV's Catherine Crier about the Ramsey murder & John Karr; inset scenes shown of Karr. [CRIER - talks about the umbrella of suspicion in the case & the charges in California against Karr.] [TOOBIN - talks about the Karr affidavit that summarizes Karr's exchanges with professor John Tracy; suggests he could have been arrested in Thailand.] [SILVERMAN - suggests the authorities could have handled the case in a different way.]

Cooper, Anderson

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