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Burke Ramsey vs The Star
|November 30, 1999|
Burke Ramsey vs. Star
Lawsuit for $25 Million dollars. Settled May 21, 2000
Oct 19, 1999
L. Lin Wood
May 20, 1999
|John and Patsy Ramsey filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Atlanta. They seek $5 million in actual damages and $20 million in punitive damages.
In its May 25 issue, The Star reported it had a "World Exclusive" and, in a front-page headline, said evidence showed that "JonBenet was killed by brother Burke." The June 1 article said prosecutors were "closing in" on Burke and described him as having a "sad, twisted life."
On June 22, The Star retracted its stories about Burke, saying he had been cleared and was not a suspect. "We were wrong," the retraction said.
Neither John and Patsy Ramsey nor the Star would release the terms and amount of the settlement.
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