JonBenét Ramsey case is far from over as a reporter sues the District Attorney to get the indictment released. Charlie Brennan the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press filed the lawsuit. According to The Inquisitr on Sept. 20, a grand jury in Boulder, Colo., voted to indict John and Patsy Ramey in 1999, but former District Attorney Alex Hunter refused to sign off on it.
If the prosecution went forward, JonBenét Ramsey’s parents would have faced a second degree felony and up to 48 years in prison.
The JonBenét Ramsey case indictment news was first reported in the Daily Camera in January. DA Hunter felt that there was not enough evidence to convict the parents for murder, although the grand jury voted otherwise. According to a legal expert, the DA may have been legally obligated to sign the indictment.
The JonBenét Ramsey case shocked the nation nearly 17 years ago. The image of the 6-year-old and subsequent murder Christmas night 1996, still haunts us today. News of the case made headlines for years up until 1999. The fact remains that someone committed this heinous crime and justice should be served.
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