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  1. #61
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    Re: "A suspect in the JonBenet Ramsey murder has been arrested in Thailand"

    Can we send him back to Thailand now?
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  2. #62
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    Re: "A suspect in the JonBenet Ramsey murder has been arrested in Thailand"

    ^^That would be nice. At the DA's expense.
    She should be looking for a window ledge right about now.

  3. #63
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    Re: "A suspect in the JonBenet Ramsey murder has been arrested in Thailand"

    http://www.cnn.com/2006/LAW/08/28/ra...est/index.html

    Attorney: Karr won't be charged with JonBenet's murder
    POSTED: 5:05 p.m. EDT, August 28, 2006

    BOULDER, Colorado (CNN) -- Schoolteacher John Mark Karr will not be charged with the murder of 6-year-old beauty pageant competitor JonBenet Ramsey, Karr's attorney said Monday.

    "The warrant on Mr. Karr has been dropped by the district attorney," public defender Seth Temin said outside the jail. "They are not proceeding with the case."

    He said a hearing scheduled later Monday afternoon has been canceled.

    Temin also said he was "deeply disturbed" that authorities in Boulder brought Karr from Thailand with what appears to have been scant evidence.

    Colorado authorities have not commented on their decision not to pursue charges against the man named in a warrant alleging murder, kidnapping and sexual assault on a child.

    But CNN's Denver affiliate, KUSA, reported that the DNA sample taken from Karr does not match DNA found on JonBenet's body. KUSA quoted two sources in a bulletin on its Web site.

    KUSA reported that samples of Karr's saliva and hair were taken in Boulder after his arrival Thursday evening. Those samples were tested over the weekend by the Denver Police Department's crime lab.

    Those tests ruled out Karr's DNA as the foreign DNA left on JonBenet's body when she was slain in December 1996, the station reported on its Web site.

    CNN is working to independently confirm the report.

    Karr still could face child pornography charges in California.

    Earlier Monday, Karr's defense team requested that prosecutors hand over DNA evidence in the Ramsey case.

    The 41-year-old suspect was being held in Boulder County Jail on suspicion of first-degree murder, first- and second-degree kidnapping, and sexual assault.

    It was not immediately known whether he would be freed or transferred to California.

    Karr was brought back last week to the United States from Bangkok, Thailand. He arrived in Colorado Thursday evening from California, where he skipped bail in 2001 after being charged in Sonoma County with five misdemeanor counts of possessing child pornography.

    Karr appeared at a brief hearing in Los Angeles and waived extradition to Colorado. (Watch Patsy Ramsey's sister reveal what the family will do if Karr isn't guilty -- 4:11)

    He told reporters in Thailand he was with JonBenet the night she died, and that her death was an accident. The child's beaten and strangled body was found December 26, 1996, in the basement of her family's Boulder home.

    Autopsy results showed she had suffered a blow to the head and been strangled with a garrote tightened with a paintbrush handle.

    After Karr's statements in Thailand, questions have surfaced as to whether the slight, soft-spoken man could have been involved in the grisly killing.

    Earlier this year, Michael Tracey, a journalism professor at the University of Colorado, alerted authorities to e-mails he had been receiving from a person now believed to be Karr.

    Tracey, who has produced a documentary about the Ramsey case, said there was something in the e-mails "that made me decide I had to try and do something." But he would not say just what prompted him to contact prosecutors.

    A law enforcement official told CNN that Karr's e-mails to Tracey were initially innocuous but that the professor contacted authorities when they became "weird." The communications were eventually tracked to Thailand.
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  4. #64
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    Re: "A suspect in the JonBenet Ramsey murder has been arrested in Thailand"

    Wonder if he will get to sip on the bubbly and eat lobster on the trip back to kiddie land?

  5. #65
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    Re: "A suspect in the JonBenet Ramsey murder has been arrested in Thailand"

    He's brilliant! Yeah, a perv, but brilliant. Better to spend time in jail here than in Bangkok. He'll be back on the streets here real soon. Not so in Bangedkok.
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    Re: "A suspect in the JonBenet Ramsey murder has been arrested in Thailand"

    This just about sums the whole mess up.

    Rita Cosby moment [via NRO]

    http://www.breitbart.com/images/2006.../D8JQ6SD01.jpg

  7. #67
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    Re: "A suspect in the JonBenet Ramsey murder has been arrested in Thailand"

    Now I'm one for Innocent until proven guilty and all but who thinks they better lock this guy up for something and quick. Here's a guy who had no quams admitting to a crime he did not commit. A crime I may add that in many states is a death penalty crime. Murder commited in the commision of a felony with special circumstances. What's to stop him from actullay commiting a crime if he is so willing to admit to one he did not commit? We know he's into kiddie porn, had a severly un-healthy fasination with this case etc, etc. At least have him commited for being nuts or at least hampering with prosecution, swering to a false statement something to get him off the streets.
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    Re: "A suspect in the JonBenet Ramsey murder has been arrested in Thailand"

    Big surprise here . Once again, the Boulder Police Department knows no boundaries in it's ineptitude. Oh well, one of JB's killers died in June. Now we just wait for nature to get the other one, because it sure won't be justice.

    As far as this John Karr freak goes, he needs to face conviction for whatever he's actually done. He also should be forced to pay back the taxpayers for his free luxury plane ride back to the US. There are plenty of jobs I've seen on "Dirty Jobs" that would work great for him.
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    Re: "A suspect in the JonBenet Ramsey murder has been arrested in Thailand"

    I'm interested in a bigger picture. Why are we being spoonfed so many stories that are full of bulldung? This twerp is just the latest in the torrent. Before this it was phony photographs and stories from the Hezbos and Reuters. There were the Gitmo tales. The rapes and murders in New Orleans' Super Bowl. The SeeBS Rathergate junk. Its one after the other. I think the next one is evacuating Sothern Florida for a hurricane thunderstorm.

    Aren't there enough "true" stories to float our boats?

    Whatever happened to the oil for food scandal?

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    Re: "A suspect in the JonBenet Ramsey murder has been arrested in Thailand"

    sick f*c.pedofiles hsould never leave jail.

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    Re: "A suspect in the JonBenet Ramsey murder has been arrested in Thailand"

    I think in this particular case were looking for someone to "be responsible". The guy faces 5 small charges in CA and the most hell do is a year.
    Goes back to what I said abit ago about trying to be ahead of the crime.
    Is the guy weird and sick? No doubt. But hes gonna have to get help for himself.
    Not defending the snakes hes got in his head...but there isnt a crime yet to put him away forever.

    Sometimes I fear were getting like the Romans....where a media driven thumbs up or down is all we want.
    Sometimes.
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    Re: "A suspect in the JonBenet Ramsey murder has been arrested in Thailand"

    ^^I forgot. If you missed the media circus today where the DA explained herself?
    You have to watch it. She may as well call it a career.
    Trying to justify the mishandling of the case and shoddy detective work.
    Worried about kids in Tailand. Please. Not your problem lady.

    Lets get this turd locked up

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    Last edited by jimzinsocal; 08-29-2006 at 06:43 PM.

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    Re: "A suspect in the JonBenet Ramsey murder has been arrested in Thailand"

    Quote Originally Posted by Dutchcedar
    There were the Gitmo tales.

    Oh come on... what, did the RED CROSS LIE

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    Re: "A suspect in the JonBenet Ramsey murder has been arrested in Thailand"

    This is just too good not to mention again. As pro law enforcement as my bias is? When the prosecutor blows stuff it simply delights me in some sick way.
    Im all for solid cases and solid results...but when a case is mangled as badly as this?

    http://www.kplctv.com/Global/story.a...37768&nav=0nqx

    They have the contents of his hard drive copied to paper.
    Well whoop ti doo. Its worth more as outhouse wallpaper you goons.
    Lose a computer.
    Jesus.

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    Re: "A suspect in the JonBenet Ramsey murder has been arrested in Thailand"

    Now look. John Mark Karr rejects plea deal.
    Well duh. His lawyer is right. [me in the quotes..not his lawyer]
    "Prove your case...go ahead...drag in a pile of paper that the prosecution asserts is the same as the contents of the hard drive of a computer you cant find? Now..... with some magic...tie my client to the paper"

    http://www.wwaytv3.com/Global/story....0&nav=menu70_2

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