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Boulder police and prosecutors are planning a new round of DNA tests on key evidence in the unsolved 1996 murder of 6-year-old JonBenétRamsey, 9NEWS and the Boulder Daily Camera have learned.
Burke Ramsey filed a $750 million lawsuit Wednesday against CBS, a production company and seven investigators involved in a TV special that aired in September and accused him of killing his younger sister, JonBenet Ramsey, in Boulder in 1996.
Twenty years after the murder of JonBenet Ramsey, no development in the case has been as controversial or surprising as the decision by former Boulder District Attorney Mary Lacy to clear members of the girl's family of suspicion in the still-unsolved case.
Twenty years ago, the body of 6-year-old JonBenet Ramsey was found in the basement of her family’s Boulder home.
The DNA evidence in the JonBenet Ramsey case doesn't support a pivotal and controversial development in Colorado's most vexing unsolved murder — a former Boulder prosecutor's decision to clear the girl's family from all suspicion in her death, a joint 9NEWS/Boulder Daily Camera investigation has found.
Three reports, obtained exclusively by 9NEWS and the Boulder Daily Camera, summarize the results of DNA testing done on clothing JonBenet Ramsey was wearing when she was killed.
Ramsey lawyer Lin Wood, who has not reviewed the documents or the work of the experts consulted by the two released a statement.