Twenty years ago, 6-year-old beauty queen JonBenet Ramsey was found dead in a basement of their house in Boulder, Colorado. Her death shook the world and became one of the most mysterious celebrity deaths in history.
What made the JonBenet Ramsey murder case so mysterious is not the manner she was killed; the people accused of her death were no less than her parents John and Patsy.
JonBenet Ramsey Murder Case
A two-hour documentary film features some of the key personalities directly involved in the investigation of JonBenet’s mysterious death 20 years ago. One of the investigators who appeared in the documentary is Jane Harmer, who used to work at the Boulder Police Department as case investigator, Us Magazine reported.
Harmer agreed with the grand jury to charge JonBenet’s parents with child abuse and serving as accessories to crime. But the charges against the Ramseys were later dropped for insufficiency of evidences, to which Hammer agrees.
According an article from People, some of the never-before-seen interview footages of investigation of JonBenet’s death will be featured in a new A&E documentary titled The Killing of JonBenét: The Truth Uncovered.
Bruke Ramsey Testimony
In the documentary, video footage of the unreleased interrogation of police investigators with JonBenet’s older brother, then 9-year-old Burke, will be shown. Burke was asked by investigators about the last time he saw his sister before her body was found.
In time for the 20th anniversary of the child’s death, a theory investigative documentary titled Dateline NBC: Who Killed JonBenét? will air starting Friday, September 9, Deadline reported.
“I think that the grand jurors heard the evidence and came up with that conclusion, and I would agree with their conclusion,” Harmer told NBC Dateline’s correspondent Josh Mankiewicz.