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A Look Inside the Mistakes in JonBenet Ramsey Investigation Noted by Former Police Chief
The former Boulder police chief said mistakes were made in the initial handling of the JonBenet Ramsey murder case that transfixed a nation two decades ago. Mark Beckner gave a lengthy interview on Reddit this week revisiting the case and plainly detailing mistakes he felt the police made in the
8/17/2006: John Mark Karr Admits to Killing JonBenet Ramsey
The suspect was arrested in Thailand after claiming he accidentally killed the 6-year-old beauty queen.
JonBenet Ramsey's Father Says Her Unsolved Case Is 'Dead,' Killer Still at Large
ABC News’ Elizabeth Stuart (@elizabethstuart) and Lauren Effron (@leffron831) report: The father of JonBenet Ramsey, the 6-year-old beauty pageant queen who was found dead in 1996 and whose killing has never been solved, told “Nightline” he believes his daughter’s killer is still at large but...
JonBenet Ramsey Case Reopened: New Interviews
There's actually a new twist in the Jonbenet Ramsey case after almost fourteen years. Michigan and Begin a fresh round of interviews about the death of the six year old was found murdered in her home back in 1996. and those in Boulder, Colorado with more on why investigators are reexamining the
JonBenet Ramsey Death Gets Fresh Look With New Round of Interviews
Investigators Hoping to Re-interview Burke Ramsey, Now 23, as a Potential Witness
Kids 'Sitting Ducks' for Pedophile Teachers
Accused Pedophile Christopher Paul Neil Exploited Asian Loopholes That Let Predators Teach
Google Searches: China Airlines; Elvira Arellano;
move now to our collaboration with Google and among today's top rising circuses some dramatic video. Earlier today in Okinawa Japan a Chinese airliner caught fire on the tarmac and burst into flames. That was just seconds after the last passenger evacuated in the captain actually jumped through the
Google Searches: China Airlines; Elvira Arellano; John Mark Karr
We move now to our collaboration with Google and among today's top rising circuses some dramatic video. Earlier today in Okinawa Japan a Chinese airliner caught fire on the tarmac and burst into flames. That was just seconds after the last passenger evacuated the captain actually jumped through the
English Professor Went to Dean About Killer
While the nation paused to grieve with Virginia Tech today, professors at the school say they met repeatedly to talk about the troubling behavior exhibited by Seung-hui Cho. As recently as September 2006, one of them sought information from administrators about a student she believed was troubled.
Are We Addicted to Fame?
In A Society Obsessed With Celebrity, No Price is Too High in the Quest for Fame