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ST: And let me ask you this, if this was somebody who came into the home that you knew, who might this person have been? Who would have had the best opportunity, if it was somebody that you know to have done this?
PR: God, I don’t know. I mean, I have asked myself that question a million times. I mean, you know, anybody that had keys and I’m trying to remember everybody. I think I, you know, the cleaning lady and the (inaudible) had a key and the, or if somebody that could have gotten to a key, or if it was actually, I don’t know how to pick locks, you know. And I don’t know that the doors wee locked or they could have, you know, walked right in. And you know, have you seen that little side flip door in the garage? That had been locked don the inside, one of those slide locks, you know. I mean, I don’t know, if that was open, they could have gotten in.
ST: Patsy, as you’ve thought about this over the last four months, do you think that this incident, the death of JonBenet started out as a premeditated act or do you think it was an event that got out hand by the offender?
PR: I don’t think that, I don’t know. I can’t begin to guess why anybody would do this.
ST: Why do you think somebody did this, Patsy?
PR: I don’t know.
ST: Do you think the person who did this, under any circumstances, would deserve a second chance?
PR: A second chance?
ST: What do you mean, a second chance?
ST: Pity or forgiveness?
PR: Oh God, no. I mean, not a…
ST: What should happen to the person that we apprehend, Patsy?
PR: I don’t know what you do tot people that do this. But whatever it is, strongest punishment there is, I don’t, especially to a child.

April, 1997
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