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Boulder, Colorado / Ramsey Murder Case / Karr #840852

NBC Evening News for Friday, Aug 18, 2006
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(Studio: Campbell Brown) Report introduced.

(Boulder, Colorado: Mike Taibbi) The investigation into John Karr’s involvement in the 1996 murder of JonBenet Ramsey updated; details given of questions about his confession; Karr’s e-mails to professor Michael Tracey† quoted. [Former district attorney Bob GRANT†- says it all hinges on the DNA sample.] [Attorney for ex-wife Lara Karr† Michael RAINES†- notes Karr’s ex-wife believes he was with her at the time of the murder.] [Criminal defense attorney Larry POSNER†- comments on the case.]

(Studio: Campbell Brown) Report introduced.

(Bangkok: Ian Williams) Karr’s activities in Bangkok, Thailand, reviewed; scenes shown of his apartment building, the school where he taught. [NEIGHBOR – comments.] [UNICEF Child Protection Project Kitiya PHORNSADJA†- comments on Thailand’s problem with child sexual exploitation.] [Head of Immigration Police Lt. Gen. Suwat TUMRONGSISKUL†- notes they cannot check all the tourists.]

Brown, Campbell;
Taibbi, Mike;
Williams, Ian

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