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Boulder, Colorado / Ramsey Murder Case / Karr #903546

FNC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 17, 2006
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(Boulder, Colorado: Carol McKinley) The arrest in Thailand of American teacher John Karr in the JonBenet Ramsey murder case reviewed; details given on the contradictions between Karr’s confession and his wife’s claims, and the available physical evidence; scenes of Karr in Bangkok, inset pictures of JonBenet, Karr’s handwriting, and the ransom note shown.

(Studio: Harris Faulkner) Details from Karr’s international teaching resume noted.

(Studio: Julie Banderas) Karr’s confession and the following news conference examined; scenes shown of Karr talking to the press. [In Bangkok, KARR – says he is not innocent, he was with JonBenet when she died, her death was an accident.] [At the news conference, WOMAN, Thai immigration police Lt. Gen. Suwat TUMRONGSISKUL†– comment on the arrest.]

(Studio: Harris Faulkner) The Ramsey family’s reactions to the arrest reported; inset pictures of JonBenet, Patsy, and John Ramsey shown. [JonBenet’s aunt Paulette DAVIS†- says Karr is innocent until proven guilty.] [May 24, 2000, mother Patsy RAMSEY†- insists she and her husband did not kill their daughter.]

Reporter(s):
McKinley, Carol;
Faulkner, Harris;
Banderas, Julie
Duration:
00:05:50

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