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Boulder, Colorado / Ramsey Murder Case / Karr #903532

FNC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 17, 2006
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(Studio: Harris Faulkner) The arrest in Thailand of JonBenet Ramsey murder suspect John Karr featured; details given on the statements by the Ramsey family attorney and Karr’s wife; inset pictures shown of JonBenet. [In Bangkok, KARR – confesses that he was with JonBenet when she died and that her death was an accident; says he loved her.]

(Boulder, Colorado: Carol McKinley) Raised suspicions over the conflicting evidence between the Boulder, Colorado, coroner’s report and Karr’s confession examined; details given on the events surrounding the arrest; scenes shown of JonBenet singing and the former Ramsey home. [Boulder district attorney Mary LACY†- advises people not to speculate.]

(Studio: Harris Faulkner; Marietta, Georgia: Marianne Silber) The Ramsey and Karr families’ responses to the arrest reviewed; details given on the various reactions by classmates, neighbors and others; scenes shown from the gravesites of JonBenet and Patsy Ramsey. [Patsy’s sister Pamela PAUGH†- comments on the investigation.] [Former classmate Lina McNEES†, teacher Lynwood HAMILTON†- describe Karr’s behavior in high school.] [Former NEIGHBOR – says she’s stunned.] [Former deputy district attorney Trip DEMUTH†- regrets the investigation’s focus on the parents.]

Reporter(s):
Faulkner, Harris;
McKinley, Carol;
Silber, Marianne
Duration:
00:08:00

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