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(Studio: Trace Gallagher) The latest in the JonBenet Ramsey murder case with arrest of suspect John Karr in Thailand reviewed; details given on the upcoming transfer of Karr to the US and the methods used to track down Karr; scenes shown of Karr in custody. [Homeland Security attache Ann HURST- says the arrest of any possible pedophile makes the streets safer for children.]
(Boulder: Carol McKinley) The events surrounding Karr’s upcoming first courtroom appearance examined; details given on the evidence, father John Ramsey’s reaction to the arrest, and the pending extradition of Karr from Bangkok, Thailand, to the US; inset pictures of JonBenet shown. [HURST – describes Karr’s arrest and interrogation.]
(Studio: Trace Gallagher) The picture received by a Colorado professor in an email of a young boy with a Santa teddy bear resembling the one found on JonBenet’s bed after her murder noted; picture shown. Reports from the “Denver Post” that Karr may have courted kids online noted.
- Gallagher, Trace;
- McKinley, Carol
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