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Evidence - JonBenet's Jewelry
Bracelet, Ring and Necklace


[Boulder PD Search Warrant December 26, 1996]1996-12-26: Inventory of Property removed from 755 15th Street

1996 December 26 at 8:00 P.M. - From the 12-26-1996 Search Warrant
Inventory of Property removed from 755 15th Street

December 26, 1996 Search Warrant Page 9:

Body of JonBenet Ramsey
Items recovered from the body include;
Green (?)
Green flakes
Trace evidence
Piece of paper
White fiber
White cord
White long sleeve shirt
White long sleeve underwear bottoms
Panties with floral print
White ligature

Gold colored necklace with cross
Gold colored ring
Gold colored braclet

Black/red/white hairtie
Blue hairtie
Notepad-1 (1RAW)
Notepad-1 (2RAW)
Fibers from area by victim (1KKY)
Fibers from winecellar (2KKY)
Avalanche sweatshirt covering body (4KKY)
Blanket covering body (5KKY)
Wire near body (7KKY)
Fibers from under body (8KKY)
White blanket in wine cellar (11KKY)
Pink Barbie nightgown from wine cellar (12KKY)
Broken glass from wine cellar (13KKY)
Hair fibers from floor of wine cellar (14KKY)
Broken paint brush (21KKY)
Wooden shards near paint tray (22KKY)
Paint Tray (25KKY)
Blue paper near rear south facing door (26KKY)
Rope from backyard (32KKY)


1997-04-30: Patsy Ramsey Interrogation by Steve Thomas, Tom Trujillo

Patsy Ramsey Interrogation by Steve Thomas, Tom Trujillo
Also present, Pat Burke, Bryan Morgan, Pete Hoffstrom, Jon Foster
April 30, 1997 - Boulder, Colorado


TT: Okay. JonBenet, she had some jewelry on. Does she normally sleep in her jewelry in her jewelry too. She had a little necklace. . .
PR: Um hum.
TT: . . .and a bracelet and stuff . . .
PR: Um hum.
TT: …and the necklace, I believe, she got from Paulette?
PR: Pam.
TT: Pam.
PR: For Christmas.
TT: Okay. (Inaudible)
PR: I had given her the bracelet the night of our Christmas party.
TT: Back on the 23rd?
PR: Um hum.
TT: Okay. She didn’t over the last day didn’t, hadn’t taken that off at all then?
PR: I’m not, I don’t believe so.
TT: Okay. And what about the, the rings that she wears? (Inaudible)
PR: She had on a little gold ring that my mother had given her.
TT: That Nedra had given her.
PR: Um hum.
TT: Did she normally wear that al the time too?
PR: Um hum.


ST: Did JonBenet normally sleep in addition to her jewelry with any hair ties in her hair.
PR: Usually, uh, a rubberband.
ST: Pulled back into a single ponytail.
PR: Back, ponytail, yeah.

[Autopsy of JonBenet Ramsey]1997-08-13: Autopsy Report, Autopsy No: 96A-155
JonBenet Ramsey - DEATH D/T: 12/26/96 @1323

DOB: 08/06/90
DEATH D/T: 12/26/96 @1323
AUTOPSY D/T: 12/27/96 @ 0815
ID NO; 137712
COR/MEDREC# 1714-96-A


Page 2

"The decedent is clothed in a long sleeved whit knit collarless shirt, the mid anterior chest area of which contains an embroidered silver star decorate with silver sequins. Tied loosely around the right wrist, overlying the sleeve of the shirt is a white cord. At the knot there is one tail end which measures 5.5 inches in length with a frayed end. The other tail of the knot measures 15.5 inches in length and ends in a double loop knot. This end of the cord is also frayed. There are no defects noted in the shirt but the upper anterior right sleeve contains a dried brown-tan stain measuring 2.5x1.5 inches, consistent with mucous from the nose or mouth. There are long white underwear with an elastic waist band containing a red and blue stripe. The long underwear are urine stained anteriorly over the crotch area and anterior legs. No defects are identified. Beneath the long underwear are white panties with printed rose buds and the words "Wednesday" on the elastic waist band. The underwear is urine stained and in the inner aspect of the crotch are several red areas of staining measuring up to 0.5 inch maximum dimension."


Page 3

"neck is a length of white cord similar to that described as being tied around the right wrist. This ligature cord is cut on the right side of the neck and removed. A single black ink mark is placed on the left side of the cut and a double black ink mark on the right side of the cut. The posterior knot is left intact. Extending from the knot on the posterior aspect of the neck are two tails of the knot, one measuring 4 inches in length and having a frayed end, and the other measuring 17 inches in length with the end tied in multiple loops around a lenght of a round tan-brown wooden stick which measures 4.5 inches in length. This wooden stick is irregularly broken at both ends and there are several colors of paint and apparent glistening varnish on the surface. Printed in gold letters on one end of the wooden stick is the word "Korea". The tail end of another word extends from beneath the loops of the cord tied around the stick and is not able to be interpreted.
Blonde hair is entwined in the knot on the posterior aspect of the neck as well as in the cord wrapped around the wooden stick. It appears to be made of a white synthetic material. Also secured around the neck is a gold chain with a single charm in the form of a cross."


Page 4

"REMAINDER OF EXTERNAL EXAMINATION: The unembalmed, well developed and well nourished caucasian female body measures 47 inches in length and weighs an estimated 45 pounds.
The scalp is covered by long blonde hair which is fixed in two ponytails, one on top of the head secured by a cloth hair tie and blue elastic band, and one in the lower back of the head secured by a blue elastic band. No scalp trauma is identified. The external auditory canals are patent and free of blood. The eyes are green and the pupils"


Page 5

equally dilated. The sclerae are white. The nostrils are both patent and contain a small amount of tan mucous material. The teeth are native and in good repair. The tongue is smooth, pink-tan and granular. No buccal mucosal trauma is seen. The frenulum is intact. There is slight drying artifact of the tip of the of tongue. On the right cheek is a pattern of dried saliva and mucous material which does not appear to be hemorrhaic. The neck contains no palpable adenopathy or masses and the trachea and larynx are midline. The chest is symmetrical. Breasts are prepubescent. The abdomen is flat and contains no scars. No palpable organomegaly or masses are identified. The external genitalia are that of a prepubescent female. No pubic hair is present. The anus is patent. Examination of the right extremities is unremarkable.
On the middle finger of the right hand is a yellow metal band. Around the right wrist is a yellow metal identification bracelet with the name "JonBenet" on one side and the date "12/25/96" on the other side. A red ink line drawing in the form of a heart is located on the palm of the left hand.The fingernails of both hands are of sufficient length for clipping.

1997-08-14: Rocky Mountain News: Autopsy shows new data on JonBenet

August 14, 1997
Autopsy shows new data on JonBenet
By Michael O'Keeffe
Rocky Mountain News Staff Writer

BOULDER -- They were details known only to JonBenet Ramsey's killer. Investigators were forced to make them public on Wednesday. The entire autopsy report on the murdered 6-year-old, unsealed by Boulder County's coroner nearly eight months after she was killed, revealed previously unknown facts about her death.

-She was wearing a long-sleeved white shirt embroidered with silver sequins in the shape of a star, long underwear, and white underpants with rose buds and the word "Wednesday.''

-She had a gold bracelet on her right wrist with the words "JonBenet'' and the date "12/25/96,'' most likely a Christmas present. The kindergartner was killed sometime after she went to bed Christmas night.

-She was wearing a gold cross on a chain around her neck, and a gold ring on the middle finger of her right hand.

-A red ink drawing of a heart decorated the palm of her left hand.

-The wooden stick used to tighten a cord around her neck and strangle her was 4.5 inches long, broken on both ends and had several colors of paint and varnish. "Korea'' was stamped in gold letters on one end.

-White cord was wrapped around her neck, knotted at the back. One tail of the knot was four inches, the other 17 inches. Similar cord was tied loosely around her right wrist, on the outside of her knit shirt.

-Her underpants and long underwear had urine stains and red marks.

Autopsy details released earlier had detailed a horrible skull fracture and the rope-and-stick strangling that killed her. The autopsy doesn't say what time JonBenet died or give obvious clues about the motive or the killer.

"You won't find many autopsies that tell you who the killer is,'' Boulder County Coroner John Meyer said. "But there are lot of details previously known only to the killer, and I felt the public interest was best served by keeping this under wraps.'' The autopsy proves JonBenet's death was premeditated, said an attorney for John and Patsy Ramsey, the little girl's parents. "The autopsy details released today confirm what we have known for some time -- that this vicious murder was well-planned,'' attorney Hal Haddon said. "The person who prepared the ligature and garrote obviously put a lot of thought into this murder.''
Asked if hearing all the details was hard, Patsy Ramsey told NBC and Channel 9 that "every day is tough. There's not a day that is not tough.''

An Illinois medical examiner who reviewed the autopsy for the News said the tight cord around her neck "indicates some great emotional involvement.'' "Someone really hated this kid,'' said Robert Kirschner, former Cook County chief medical examiner, now at the University of Chicago's department of pathology and pediatrics. "They had a strong desire to be rid of her.'' Another medical examiner, who thinks the report indicates JonBenet's skull was fractured before she was strangled, said the killer tried to mislead police. The killer twisted the cord around her neck and tied another around her right wrist to confuse investigators, said Vincent Dimaio, chief medical examiner of Bexar County, Texas.


[Patsy Ramsey, June 1998 Interviews]1998-06-23: Patsy Ramsey Interview (Thomas Haney, Trip DeMuth)
(Screen Capture from "CBS 48 Hours - Searching for a Killer" 10/04/2002)

Patsy Ramsey Interrogation by Thomas Haney and Trip DeMuth - Present also were Patrick Burke and Ellis Armistead June 23, 24, 25, 1998 - Boulder, Colorado


June 1998 Patsy Ramsey Interrogation by Thomas Haney and Trip DeMuth (JonBenet's Jewelry)

13 TOM HANEY: How about John, what did he get?
14 PATSY RAMSEY: Well, I made him a painting --
15 golf or whatever it is. He gave me a gold bracelet.

16 I had given JonBenet a little gold bracelet
17 the night of our Christmas party. It had her name
18 engraved on it Christmas day, but she was all dressed
19 up that night, and I gave her that.
She got a lot of
20 craft making things, the little bead things you melt
21 together kind of, stuff from Toys R Us.
22 TOM HANEY: Did you shop with somebody, a
23 girlfriend or Priscilla or somebody, let's go Christmas
24 shopping?
25 PATSY RAMSEY: Not usually. I can get it

1 done myself.

June 1998 Patsy Ramsey Interrogation by Thomas Haney and Trip DeMuth (JonBenet's Jewelry)



[Perfect Murder, Perfect Town]1999-02-18: "Perfect Murder, Perfect Town, JonBenet and the City of Boulder"
Written by Lawrence Schiller, February 18, 1999

PMPT Page 155

"On the back of JonBenet's left leg, roughly 4 inches above her heel, Meyer had seen two more scratchlike abrasions, between 1/8 and 1/16 inch in size. For his report, Meyer wrote, "The examination of the extremities is otherwise unremarkable. On the middle finger of the right hand is a yellow metal band.
Around the right wrist is a yellow metal identification bracelet with the name JonBenet on one side and the date 12/25/96 on the other side. A red ink line drawing in the form of a heart is located on the palm of the left hand."


PMPT Page 484

"On August 13, the full, uncensored autopsy report, including six brief sections that had been held back from the public since May 15, was released.

The details previously not disclosed to the public were :: that a Colorado Avalanche sweatshirt had been draped over JonBenet's body after she was brought upstairs; that a red heart was found drawn on her left palm; that there was a sequined star on the front of her knit nightshirt; that she wore a gold cross necklace; that blue ties held her hair in ponytails; that the word Wednesday was sewn on her panties;
and that a gold bracelet hung on her right wrist, bearing the inscriptions "JonBenet" and "12/25/96."

1999-10-14: No Indictment - Evidence voluminous but tricky

no indictment
Evidence voluminous but tricky
By Karen Augé
Denver Post Staff Writer

Oct. 14, 1999 - They're not even sure how she died. Or when.

And not having the how and when is just one thing that's made it difficult to prove the who in the mystery of JonBenét Ramsey's death.

With no witnesses, no confession and no obvious motive for ending the first-grader's life, the grand jurors probablyly found it difficult to indict a suspect.

But, by all accounts, there are literally roomsful of physical evidence - as of June 1998, Boulder police had logged 1,058 pieces of evidence, tested 500 pieces, interviewed 590 people and logged all their findings in a 30,000-pages case file. That's when police made its pitch to Boulder District Attorney Alex Hunter to take the case to a grand jury.

According to search warrant affidavits, investigators removed a veritable warehouse of items from the Ramsey homes in Boulder and Charlevoix, Mich.

Some of the more noteworthy evidence in the case includes:

- The ransom note. The three-page message from "a small foreign faction'' demanded the odd sum of $118,000 for sparing JonBenét from beheading; it urged John Ramsey not to "try to grow a brain'' but to "use that good southern common sense of yours'' and be rested before making the "exhausting'' delivery.

Detectives quickly determined that the note had been written on a pad of paper found in the Ramseys' house, with a Sharpie pen also found in the home.

Convinced that the ransom note had most likely been written at the house, investigators next took writing samples from dozens of people, including John, Patsy Ramsey and Burke Ramsey, John Ramsey's children from his first marriage, former friend Fleet White, Bill McReynolds, who portrayed Santa Claus at the Ramseys' Christmas party, neighbor Joe Barnhill, and others.

Handwriting experts from CBI eliminated John Ramsey as the note's author, but they couldn't do the same for Patsy. Although they collected at least five handwriting samples from Patsy, along with "historic'' samples of things she wrote before JonBenét's death, they could neither eliminate her as the writer, nor say definitively that she was.

Chet Ubowski of CBI wrote of one of her samples that "This handwriting showed indications that the writer was Patsy Ramsey.'' Ubowski told investigators that the samples she gave "do not suggest the full range of her handwriting.''

- The autopsy findings.

When he examined JonBenét's body, Boulder County Coroner John Meyer noted she was wearing a long-sleeved, white knit shirt with a silver star embroidered on the front, and a gold necklace with a cross on it. Her blond hair was in two ponytails and she wore a yellow metal band on her right middle finger,
a yellow ID bracelet that bore the name "JonBenét'' on one side and the date 12/25/96'' on the other side.

On the palm of her left hand, someone had drawn a red ink heart.

According to Det. Linda Arndt, who witnessed the autopsy, green Christmas garland, like the garland decorating the spiral staircase in the house, was tangled in her hair.

JonBenét was wearing long underwear, and Benath the long underwear was a pair of white panties with printed rosebuds and the words "Wednesday'' in the waistband. There were urine stains and several red stains. According to a search warrant affidavit, Dr. Meyer told Arndt the stains looked like blood.

Meyer found evidence of vaginal injury, but no semen was found on the body. The coroner also reported that the pubic area appeared to have been wiped with a cloth.

He also noted that a white cord was tied around her right wrist, a similar cord was tied around her neck. Seventeen inches of cord hung from the knot, and the end was tied "in multiple loops around a length of a round tan-brown wooden stick'' according to the coroner's report.

The stick was stained with paint spots and varnish.

He found "deep ligature furrow encircles the entire neck'' and there were hemorrhages and abrasions around the marks, the autopsy report notes.

She had a skull fracture 8.5 inches long. Dr. Meyer was not able to determine whether JonBenét died of a skull fracture or strangulation. And he could not pinpoint a time of death.

- "Foreign'' DNA taken from JonBenét's underpants and fingernails. The DNA left in a stain found in the child's underwear reportedly doesn't match DNA samples provided by dozens of family and friends.

As of May, detectives were collecting additional samples from people who might have had contact with JonBenét before her death, in what sources said was an effort to eliminate as many potential suspects as possible.

- Motive - or lack thereof. Even those convinced that a member of her own family killed JonBenét can't say for sure why they would have done that.

- An imprint, found near JonBenét's body, that detectives believe was made by a Hi-Tec hiking shoe. Reportedly, no one in her family, no one among the family's friends and acquaintances owns a shoe that matches that print.

- A broken window in the basement. Investigators don't know how long the window had been broken, but John Ramsey told investigators he had broken the window once when he locked himself out of the house. Investigators found a spider web was found outside on the window-well grate.

- A palm print found on the wine cellar door. None of the prints taken from family and friends matches the one left on the door.

- Contradictions. John and Patsy Ramsey repeatedly told reporters and police that they put their sleeping daughter to bed as soon as they arrived home from visiting friends on Christmas night. But Coroner John Meyer found pineapple in her stomach, and a bowl of pineapple was sitting in the family's kitchen. The coroner's findings suggest JonBenét had eaten after the family returned home that night. And, the Ramseys both said their son, Burke, was asleep the morning of Dec. 26 until his father awakened him to take him to the Whites' house after police were called. But an enhanced version of the tape of Patsy's 911 call seems to reveal Burke's voice in the background, asking what's going on.

- Items taken from the Ramseys homes during several searches. These items include:

- A flashlight, found on a counter in the Ramseys' kitchen. Sources say investigators believe it could have cause a wound like JonBenét's skull fracture? It was wiped clean of any prints, according to sources.

- The broken paintbrush used to fashion a crude "garrotte'' was linked to Patsy Ramsey's art supplies.

- Duct tape, taken from JonBenét's mouth by her father when he found the body. The tape was analyzed by FBI and detectives purchased identical tape from McGuckin Hardware in Boulder. An Atlanta-area hardware store clerk told investigators that she had helped Patsy Ramsey find duct tape in the store sometime in December 1996, according to a book on the case, "Perfect Murder, Perfect Town.'' But a search of the store's receipts turned up no record of a duct-tape purchase by Patsy Ramsey, the book's author, Lawrence Schiller wrote.

- Computer, computer discs, CD-roms, floppy discs, videotapes and other items were taken in a search for child or even adult pornography. CBI investigator Charles Davis helped Boulder police sift through the computer evidence, but they found nothing. In September 1997, the district attorney's office stated publicly that no pornography had been found on John Ramsey's computer.

- An address book with a sailboat cover from the kitchen.

- 13 recipe cards.

- A 5-inch by 8-inch legal pad and various notepads, one of which police believe is the pad the ransom note was written on; pens and pencils; the white blanket that was over JonBent's body when she was found in the wine cellar; a Santa Claus suit; newspaper and magazine articles; a sleeping mask; golf clubs; U.S. Navy Officer Candidate school book; a toilet seat lid; cigarette butts; a letter to Santa; "My Science Project'' from Burke's room; window grate and pieces of a broken window in the basement; JonBenét's bedding; a broken paint brush; rope from the backyard; pink Barbie nightgown that was reportedly found next to JonBenét's body; carpeting; green garland, like that found in JonBenét's hair; articles of JonBenét's clothing; baseball bats; a flash light; and door locks.

- Witnesses even saw a Boulder detective carrying a door out of the Ramsey's Chautauqua Park home during the investigation.

- More than a year after JonBenét's death, her parents gave police the clothing they were wearing the night they put her to bed around 10 p.m.


[http://www.nationalenquirer.com/]2000-02-29: The Sick Secret Behind JonBenet T.V. Movie

The National Enquirer, February 29, 2000, p.16


"A woman electrician bought a bracelet and said 'Look what I got for $20'" a set insider disclosed.

She didn't know it was a match for the gold bracelet JonBenet got as a present on Christmas 1996, the day she was murdered.

"I showed the electrician the inscription on the bracelet - 'JonBenet 12-25-96,'" said the insider. "She went, 'Yuck' and got a sick look on her face.


[Death of Innocence]2000-03-18: “Death of Innocence” written by John and Patsy Ramsey

DOI Page 39

"The last time we saw JonBenet was in that funeral home. My mother and dad, Nedra and Don Paugh; my sisters, Pam and Polly; John and I; John Andrew; and Melinda stood around the coffin saying our good-byes. Mother had a special gold bracelet she had saved to give to JonBenet when she was older. Mother reached down and slipped it over her wrist.

Polly put a large gold cross in JonBenet's hands. During the time I had cancer, Father Rol had performed a healing service for me and had given me a cross that had been blessed by Native Americans in South Dakota, where he had formerly pastored a church. Later I had found gold crosses similar to that one at a jewelry store in Boulder and bought those crosses for my mother and sisters. Polly had worn the cross through some difficult times; JonBenet would wear it forever.

Pam had brought JonBenet's Little Miss Christmas Tiara, which she had won during December's pageant competition in Denver. Now Pam bent over and lovely placed the crown on JonBenet's head."


DOI Page 344

"Back at Mike's house, he took me by the hand and led me to Ann's room. He opened a small jewelry box and gently removed a gold bracelet. "This is the matching bracelet to the necklace Ann is wearing," he said. "I'd like you to have it." He carefully clasped the bracelet on my left wrist, where it shall remain. Mike had no idea that his tender gesture was also flooding my heart with a special memory of JonBenet.

I had given her a tiny gold bracelet on the evening of December 23, 1996, placing it on her wrist in much the same way Mike was doing now. It was the evening of our family Christmas party, and since she was all dressed up, I had decided to let her open the gift early so she could wear it during the holiday.
The bracelet was inscribed with her name on the front and on the back with the date she was actually supposed to receive it: 12-25-96. I hope I can someday get that bracelet back. It's part of the vast number of items still in police custody."

[JonBenet, Inside the Ramsey Murder Investigation]2000-04-11: “JonBenet, Inside the Ramsey Murder Investigation”
by Steve Thomas and Don Davis, April 11, 2000

ST Page 42

"When Meyer clipped the nails of each finger, no blood or tissue was found that would indicate a struggle. He used the same clippers for all the fingers, although doing so created an issue of cross-contamination. For optimal DNA purposes, separate and sterile clippers should have been used for each finger. Furthermore, we later learned that the coroner's office sometimes used the same clippers on different autopsy subjects.

A heart was drawn in red ink on the palm of the victim's left hand, she wore a gold ring on her right middle finger, and a gold bracelet was on her wrist. It was a gift from her Aunt Pam, engraved "JonBenet 12-25-96."

The long underwear and a pair of oversized floral panties with Wednesday printed on them were both stained by urine, and the panties had red stains in the crotch. Meyer found the vagina slightly discolored and noted an abrasion at the seven o'clock position of the hymeneal opening, along with some red liquid consistent with blood. It appeared that the vaginal area had been wiped, and small dark fibers were collected from her pubic region."


[CNN Nancy Grace Show]2006-08-25: CNN Nancy Grace: Guest: Wendy Hutchens and
Ed Miller of "America's Most Wanted"

Aired August 25, 2006 - 20:00:00 ET


Straight out to "America`s Most Wanted" correspondent Ed Miller. Ed, what`s the latest on the investigation?

ED MILLER, "AMERICA`S MOST WANTED": Well, my sources tell me that one of the key pieces of evidence in this case, as you well know, are the supposed e-mails between the professor, the documentarian, and Mr. Karr. And everyone wants to know what was in these e-mails that led police to believe that John Karr really is the killer. What was this detail that he supposedly knew that no one else knew?

Well, we can tell you, my source tells me, that one of them has to do with a bracelet that Mrs. Ramsey apparently gave JonBenet earlier in December, that apparently, Mr. Karr knew all about this bracelet. And the other one has to do with, apparently, where the Ramseys kept their financial records, in the den where the ransom note was written. In other words, he knew, let`s say, the third drawer on the right is where he kept the check stubs, and that`s how he would have known the exact dollar amount of Mr. Ramsey`s bonus. So those two little details apparently was enough to give police some feeling that this guy knows something more than what the public knows.

Now, here is the big dilemma, Nancy, is that the documentarian is very close to the Ramsey family, and twice before, he has pointed the finger to other people that he thought was the killer. So police tell me that they`re a little concerned that he may have accidentally, through the Ramseys now, given Mr. Karr this information and he regurgitated it back to them in these e-mails. So there`s a little bit of confusion whether or not this guy really did know inside details about her murder.

GRACE: Question. Have you read the autopsy report? It`s my recollection, wasn`t the bracelet mentioned in the autopsy report? You can get that on line, for Pete`s sake!

MILLER: The bracelet. But apparently, again, some details about the bracelet, when she gave it to him, that kind of thing, earlier in December. That`s not in the autopsy report.


GRACE: Back to Ed Miller with "America`s Most Wanted." Ellie, can you give me that autopsy report? Thanks, Ellie. If you look at that autopsy report, it talks about this bracelet. And this is so-called inside information that this guy has, John Mark Karr, that nobody else knows. You can get it on line. The bracelet says -- what, El?


GRACE: Page 5 of the autopsy report, Ed, says the bracelet is engraved, "12-26-96." Any moron that can read Arabic numerals knows that she just got it for Christmas. So that`s not a big smoking gun in this case.

MILLER: Absolutely. And that`s what I`m telling you, that there are some insiders within the Boulder Police Department that are already having second guesses -- or second-guessing this documentary professor and what his motives are and the fact that he`s very close to the Ramsey family and that, supposedly, these inside details may not have been so inside after all. And I`m just expressing what some insiders are feeling about this whole thing. But the other issue was that, apparently, Mr. Karr knew where the check stubs were kept.

GRACE: OK, wait a minute. You`ve got the bracelet marked -- engraved, "12-25-96," and you`ve got his knowledge of where check stubs are.

You are seeing actual crime scene photographs. This is the paintbrush-turned-garrote. That is the hair of this little girl, JonBenet. This is twisted around her neck. That`s just one of the crime scene photos. We have ruled out most of them as not being appropriate for TV viewing.

But Ed Miller, you keep saying he`s close to the Ramseys. What does that have to do with it?

MILLER: Well, the reason that`s very important is because he would have had lengthy conversations with the Ramseys about, you know, any kind of million and one details about this, so -- and he has produced several other documentaries that also talked about the intruder theory. So the fact that he`s close to the Ramseys, he would have had knowledge of all this inside stuff and may have accidentally relayed that to Mr. Karr.

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