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Boulder Clearings
Officially cleared or unofficially cleared?


[Mark Beckner Deposition 11-26-2001 Wolf vs Ramsey]2001-11-26: Mark Beckner Deposition (Atlanta, Georgia)
Wolf vs Ramsey Civil Action File No. 00-CIV-1187(JEC)

(Screen Capture on left is from CBS 48 Hours Investigates
"Searching for a Killer" 10/04/2002)

For Plaintiff: NO APPEARANCE
For Defendants: S. Derek Bauer, ESQ., L. Lin Wood, ESQ.
For Deponent: Robert N. Miller, Bob Keatley, Walter Fricke, (All ESQ)
Also present: O.M. "Ollie" Gray, Monika Cary, CLVS

Mark Beckner Deposition (Atlanta, Georgia)
Wolf vs Ramsey Civil Action File No. 00-CIV-1187(JEC)

(Blue Fibers)

2 Q (BY MR. WOOD) Okay. From your -- from
3 the time period that you have been involved in the
4 Ramsey case, October of 1997 to date, you have never
5 publicly referred to any individual as a suspect; am
6 I right?
7 A That's correct.
8 Q You have always carefully indicated that
9 individuals, whoever may come up, were either not or
10 were under the umbrella of suspicion?
11 A Yes.
12 Q Or used the phrase under suspicion?
13 A Yes.
14 Q Which you have told me means the same
15 thing as being under the umbrella of suspicion?
16 A Yes.
17 Q So from start to today, you have not
18 classified any individual as a suspect?
19 A Publicly, correct.
20 Q Or otherwise?
21 A That's not accurate.
22 Q How is it inaccurate?

23 A Internally John and Patsy are considered
24 suspects.
25 Q Both of them?

Mark Beckner Deposition (Atlanta, Georgia)
Wolf vs Ramsey Civil Action File No. 00-CIV-1187(JEC)

(Blue Fibers)

1 A Yes.
2 Q Are considered to have probably been
3 involved in the death of their daughter?
4 A Probability, yes.
5 Q Has anyone else ever attained that status
6 of probably involved?
7 A No.


1 Q Okay. Is there a difference between being
2 officially cleared and being unofficially cleared? I
3 thought earlier you told me that Wolf had not been
4 cleared. Are you telling me that he has been
5 unofficially cleared but not officially cleared?

6 A Well, I think the problem comes in
7 semantics and people use that term differently and
8 some detectives may use those words. If you're
9 asking me is he cleared, I would say -- tell you no.
10 I would tell anybody no. We haven't cleared anybody
11 in this case until we solve it. Then everybody
12 except the person responsible is cleared at that
13 point.


[Boulder DA Mary Lacy Press Conference - Photo By Ed Andrieski]2006-08-29: Boulder District Attorney, Mary Lacy Press Conference
"No-one is really cleared of a homicide until there’s a conviction"

Man: "Speaking of the ongoing nature of your investigation, then would it be fair to say that is any involvement by John or Patsy Ramsey completely ruled out by your office? Are you committed to an intruder theory of the crime?"

Mary Lacy: "What we are committed to is solving the crime if we possibly can.. You know, there’s these terms out there “Umbrella of suspicion”, we don’t use that.
You know, no-one is really cleared of a homicide until there’s a conviction, in court beyond a reasonable doubt. And I don’t think you will get any prosecutor… unless they were present with the person at the time of the crime… to clear someone. Where, like in this case the facts are so strange … you know… obviously the family was in the house at the time… the DNA does not match … now … so what we can say is … I think an expert said it’s… you have to look at stranger, male DNA in the underwear of the dead victim."

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