from "JonBenet's America"
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Man: Later that afternoon the Ramseys were escorted by police to a friend's house on the outskirts of Boulder. Susan Stine later went there. She first saw Patsy.
Susan: She was extremely distraught. I've never seen people as sad as these two. We didn't know
what to say. We didn't know what to do. And she just kept saying, "Who would do this to my
baby?" And we just kept saying, "I don't know - I don't know" There were no answers. It was a
very hard - hard time. None of us could imagine how this could have happened.
Man: While the Ramseys were being cared for by friends, their home now became a major crime
scene. Few of the police here had ever handled a murder before, but they immediately assumed the
parents were involved. The fact that JonBenét was found in her own home by her father was
considered damning. By the time her body was taken from the house that evening, some of the
suspicion had been passed to a local journalist. The tragedy of the murder was about to enter a new
phase.
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from "JonBenet's America" - by jameson245 - 12-01-2019, 06:03 PM
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