Monday, August 28, 2006

Maybe they should have obtained a DNA sample before the bailed him out of a Thai prison . . .

BOULDER, Colo. - Colorado prosecutors won't charge schoolteacher John Mark Karr with the murder of 6-year-old JonBenet Ramsey after tests showed his DNA does not match DNA found in her underwear, two local TV stations reported on Monday. Denver's KUSA and KCBS both cited unnamed sources close to the investigation in the reports, which came just hours before Karr, 41, was due for his first Colorado court appearance.


Blogger ffleur said...

I think we all knew he didn't do it. A report a few days ago said people falsely confess for a couple of reasons:

1) want publicity/notoriety
2) guilt from another crime
3) mental illness

I think he falls under 2 & 3. He is probably a pedophile that hasn't been caught yet and I think he is disturbed. He's probably never met JonBenet.

7:13 PM  
Blogger Ryan said...

I love how the media went into such a tailspin over this piece of crap of a human being. I wonder what Nancy Graceless has to say about this development. I hope that they send him back to Thailand where he will be whipped and caned as punishment.

8:43 PM  
Blogger LA said...

How many shades of wrong is this story? Let me count the ways...

10:56 PM  
Blogger D.O.M. Dan said...

I hope he gets what he deserves in the Northern California child porn case. Then after he serves time here, they ship him back to Thailand.

5:35 PM  
Blogger LA said...

Have you seen Marcia Clark lately? I just saw her on some TV show commenting on this case. Had they not said who it was, I wouldn't have recognized her. Not only is she blonde, but she's had so much work done to her face, it has completely morphed into someone else's.

Diane - I know you don't do criminal law, but do you think there might have been a problem with custody of evidence had they attempted to get a DNA sample from him while he was in Thailand? Have fun tonight!

11:20 AM  
Blogger Diane said...

la - I'm definitely looking forward to the Foos tonight - and I liked your note to Michael K on Lance's location on Tuesday!

I don't think there would be a chain of custody problem - they would just need someone who could testify that the sample tested came from Karr.

As to Clark - haven't seen her in ages! But trust me, one day spent at the court house and you'd realize how much artificial help is necessary to make most lady lawyers TV presentable.

12:51 PM  

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