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Boulder, Colorado / Ramsey Murder Case / Karr #892565

FNC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 20, 2006
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(Studio: Trace Gallagher) The extradition of JonBenet Ramsey murder suspect John Karr from Bangkok, Thailand, to the US updated; details given on Karr’s reported interest in sex-change operations. [Journalist Michael SANDROCK†- describes meeting Karr.]

(Boulder: Carol McKinley) The continuing investigations in Boulder, Colorado, of the murder case reviewed; details given on Karr’s extradition hearing, criticism of Boulder district attorney Mary Lacy†† for the arrest, and other suspects. [Former Boulder chief deputy district attorney Trip DEMUTH†- defends Lacy’s decision.]

(Studio: Trace Gallagher) The airplane passengers’ reactions to sharing the return flight with Karr and Karr’s relationship with his young former wives reported; inset pictures of JonBenet, Karr’s second wife on the “New York Post” front page, and scenes of Karr at an airport shown. [At the airport, two PASSENGERS – comment.]

Gallagher, Trace;
McKinley, Carol

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