It’s been nearly 20 years since child beauty pageant star JonBenet Ramsey was found murdered in her Boulder, Colorado home.
It was the day after Christmas.
Now, a group of international investigators is claiming that it has finally solved the cold case. And they’re going to release the information tonight.
“The Case Of: JonBenet Ramsey,” is a two-part miniseries airing on CBS this week. A former FBI profiler, a Scotland Yards investigator, and some of the country’s top experts in crime scenes, autopsies, handwriting analysis, and speech patterns are re-working the case using modern technology.
And according to retired FBI agent James Fitzgerald, who is leading the investigation, the group has unanimously concluded that there is one primary suspect in the case.
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The Ramsey murder has captivated America for the better part of two decades. The mishandling of the case by Boulder police, the contamination of the crime scene, a suspicious ransom note, and the apparent hesitation of parents John and Patsy Ramsey to cooperate with authorities have all led to rampant speculation.
In the first part of the series, investigators concluded that the ransom note allegedly left at the Ramseys’ house was not legitimate, that JonBenet was beaten to death (probably with a flashlight) and not strangled, and that the Ramseys’ son, Burke, may not have been in bed during the morning of December 26, 1996, as both he and his parents have claimed.
The entire Ramsey family has been under a cloud of suspicion for years, although they have maintained their innocence and there are a couple of significant outside suspects.
Now, the investigators are ready to pin the murder on one individual. What happens next is anyone’s guess.
— The Horn editorial team