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Post by Guest on 21.09.13 12:15

New lawsuit filed over JonBenet slaying in fight to reveal WHY the grand jury wanted to indict her parents

A Colorado reporter has filed a lawsuit to have the indictment made against the parents of slain JonBenet Ramsey made public more than a decade after it was originally filed.

The 1996 murder of the 6-year-old beauty pageant contestant made headlines for years and the latest revelation in the saga was that one of the grand juries called in to examine the case originally felt that the girl's parents were in part responsible for her death.

Back in 1999 a Colorado grand jury voted to indict the Ramseys on charges of child abuse resulting in death, a felony that can carry up to 48 years in prison.

Sources, including members of the grand jury, told the Boulder Daily Camera in January that the District Attorney at the time, Alex Hunter, refused to sign the indictment vote without giving a public explanation.
Instead, the indictment remained sealed and Patsy and John Ramsey were never charge

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I remember following the murder of Jonbenet, I've always thought the parents were responsible or they were covering up for Jonbenet's brother.

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