UNSOLVED MURDER MYSTERY OF A 6 YEAR OLD
JonBenet Ramsay, USA, the 1990s
A six-year-old ball bell was found choked and battered in the storm cellar of her house on the day after Christmas. Managed as a manslaughter, the death of this young lady started to take care of herself long after, and her own family even came under investigation.
Here are some simple details on JonBenét Ramsey's murder case. The 6-year-old Sovereign Exhibition of Excellence was discovered killed in its Boulder, Colorado, home on December 26, 1999
In January 1997 - Reports uncover that JonBenét's skull had been cracked.
In April 1997 - Police lead their first conventional meetings with John and Patsy Ramsey.
In the end of 1997 - Boulder police say John and Patsy Ramsey stay under "an umbrella of doubt."
In 1998 - JonBenét's folk's decay to partake in a second meeting with analysts, saying that they won't coordinate except if police permit them to survey proof for the situation.
In October 1999 - Boulder County District Attorney Alex Hunter expresses that no arraignments will be given because of an absence of proof for the situation.
In 2003 - another DNA test is submitted to the FBI information base with the expectation of finding new leads.
In 2006 - Patsy Ramsey, age 49, bites the dust of ovarian disease. Later in 2016 - Officials declare that 41-year-old John Mark Karr has been captured in Bangkok, Thailand as a suspect for the situation. Karr purportedly told an American examiner that he tranquilized JonBenét and explicitly attacked her before inadvertently executing her. Investigators later drop the case after DNA tests neglect to interface him to the wrongdoing scene.
In July 2008-Boulder County District Attorney Mary Lacy says no one in the Ramsey family is considered a suspect and publicly apologizes in a letter to John Ramsey.
In 2009-The Boulder Police Department appears to be the lead office in the investigation of the case.
In 2010-Police forces are creating new adjustments to the meetings.
In the start of 2013-The Boulder Daily Camera confirms that in 1999, the spectacular jury decided to indict John and Patsy Ramsey on grounds of misuse of children.
In 2016, the 20th anniversary of the wretched, mysterious murder of 6-year-old JonBenét Ramsey occurs at a tumultuous subject in America's perceptions regarding crime and punishment.
In “We Have Your Daughter: The Unsolved Murder of JonBenét Ramsey Twenty Years Later,”
former Denver television reporter Paula Woodward has taken a “Serial” path in the Ramsey murder case, zeroing in on a botched investigation and stripping confirmation bias that led Boulder police to focus on JonBenét’s parents, John and Patsy Ramsey.
Woodward pushes the reader to “make their own decisions,” and never overtly breaks her neutrality. But she signals an intention to shoot down “misguided assumptions” to repeatedly cast doubt on the prevailing police narrative of the murder. Given the author’s access to the couple’s private journals as well as the cooperation of their attorneys, it’s no spoiler to say the book is firmly in the Ramsey corner.