Suspect In Ramsey Murder Case To Retu...

Suspect In Ramsey Murder Case To Return To U.S.

There are 7 comments on the Cbs4denver.com story from Aug 19, 2006, titled Suspect In Ramsey Murder Case To Return To U.S.. In it, Cbs4denver.com reports that:

The American suspect in the JonBenet Ramsey killing was to fly to the United States on Sunday to face charges of murder, kidnapping and sexual assault of a child, a police official said Saturday.

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livelle

Australia

#1 Aug 20, 2006
Where there is smoke there is fire ..He is guilty, why did he confess?? No doubt he is a paedophille
He/It was probably terrified of being left to rot in a Thai jail for sex crimes against children.
cheryl

United States

#2 Aug 20, 2006
Just a comment, they are saying that he is not under arrest and is only coming back to America because Thailand revoked his right to be there. Further, the Boulder authorities allowed Mr. Karr to have a celebritive return, sipping champagne, nice dinner, business class. Hardly the kind of treatment worthy of a serious pedophile murder suspect.

The Boulder Police continue to amaze me at how evil they are - they accused the parents of this murder the entire time and hardly worked on the case at all. It was only amateur slueths who were able bring this case this far. Now, they don't even have any evidence to bring a case against Karr.

The Boulder Police were mocking justice by allowing Mr. Karr to celebrate on the trip home as if he's an American celebrity, when in fact they do not even have a real case against him, have not arrested him. As one journalist wrote:

"Because of Boulder norms, innocent parents were judged to be murderers. Resources that should have been spent on tracking down Karr were used to investigate the Ramsey family. Boulder gained more satisfaction from judging the Ramsey lifestyle than it did from finding a little girl's killer. The world would do well to judge Boulder as something far less than a utopia."

Justice cannot prevail in a place where spoiled police officers such as these are not under public scrutiny. Their heads should be on a platter and their police department fired in Boulder. What a mockery of justice. What a disgrace the Boulder police officers are to America.
Cora Brantley

Little Rock, AR

#3 Aug 21, 2006
Someone signed the voucher for the tickets from Thai to US...the person that signed off on that expense should have the amount over a coach class ticket deducted from their pay.
The very idea.
Its like always..if the tax payers are footing the bill..for government employees the sky is the limit on what they can spend.
Pass the buck Boulder to the customs agency and agency, pass it back..But someone signed off on that ticket purchase..and the buck stops there.
It just boggles my mind the excesses those "in service" to the taxpayers are capable of.
JJS

Colorado Springs, CO

#4 Aug 21, 2006
Let's stop the lynching by the news media circus. Perhaps Mr. Kerr received the business class ticket to reduce his exposure to other passengers while he was being questioned by authorities on the flight. Also why should the people who were guarding him be subject to the discomforts of an extrordinary long flight.

As usual the news media, including the Denver TV personalities have nothing else to chatter about at 10pm unless they can creat a story. I do not recall that Mr. Kerr has been convicted of anything. What happened to presumption of innocence?
chappipurer CA

Laguna Beach, CA

#5 Aug 22, 2006
Karr was trying to get sex-change operation. Is he trying to run or hide from something; what f he didn't kill JonBennet, but maybe some other child?
What if he feels guilty and thinks that the urge to molest or kill will change if he was to be a woman?
Lori

Ogden, UT

#6 Aug 22, 2006
Even though all the evidence points to karr there is still doubt in my mind that he didn't do it maybe he is just trying to get a little bit of fame. Why would our president let a killer fly business class when some of our citizens fly coach it's not fair and why should tax payers have to pay for that and why would they let a killer fly with young children on board why that make sense.
Dani

Ogden, UT

#7 Aug 22, 2006
It does not make sense for them to fly him business class just so he's not exposed. Why not let black and mexican crimals and drug dealers fly business class and drink wine when getting transported. Would you want someone who murdered a member of your family getting treated like a king before trial.

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