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JonBenet Ramsey Father, Demands For A New DNA Test! News Explored Into Details


JonBenet Ramsey Father, Demands For A New DNA Test! News Explored Into Details

The 6-year-old was found dead in the basement of her family’s home in Boulder on Dec. 26, 1996, bludgeoned and strangled, several hours after her mother called 911 to say her daughter was missing and a ransom note had been left behind. Her death was ruled a homicide, but nobody was ever prosecuted.

The petition reads, in part:  “JonBenet Ramsey deserves justice and new advances in DNA technology finally make that possible. Colorado Gov. Jared Polis, you are the only person with enough power and independence in the state to put Ramsey DNA testing decisions in the hands of a new agency that’s free from Boulder’s significant history with the case.” As at Yesterday evening, the petition had more than 2,500 signatures.

“We’re not asking the government to do anything that they shouldn’t be doing. We’re just asking them to do what they should be doing. We’re not asking for an apology. We’re not asking for exoneration. Just do your job,” Ramsey added. He is very pained concerning the news of his son, may his soul find peace.

John Ramsey, the father of JonBenet Ramsey, started an online petition asking Colorado’s governor to transfer the remaining, untested DNA in his daughter’s murder to an independent lab. In a statement, a spokesperson for Gov. Jared Polis responded, saying, “The State will review the petition and look into how the state can assist in using new technology to further investigate this cold case and to identify JonBenet Ramsey’s killer.” “His response certainly was encouraging. We hope that that will be followed by action and not just words,” John Ramsey said during an exclusive interview Monday on NewsNation’s “Banfield.

There’s two problems. One, there’s crime scene evidence that’s never been tested, that should be tested. It most likely was handled by the killer. That needs to be sampled for DNA. Secondly, we had a meeting with the FBI a couple of months ago, and they said, ‘Look, we don’t even have the latest technology in government.’ Ramsey says the FBI told him that going to an independent lab was the only legitimate solution.

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