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RAMSEY CASE A TRAGEDY OF ERRORS INEXPERIENCE, SYMPATHY, UNWILLINGNESS TO ASK FOR HELP COMBINE TO TRIP UP THE INVESTIGATION
Rocky Mountain News (Denver, CO)
June 8, 1997Browse Issues
Author/Byline: Charlie Brennan Kevin McCullen
Hidden in plain sight
A patrol officer who was among the first on the scene Dec. 26 noticed a heavy, police-style flashlight on the Ramseys' kitchen counter.
He asked who owned it. None of the police claimed it.
That officer, sources say, suggested to a detective that it be seized as potential evidence. He was rebuffed and told to keep his nose out of detectives' affairs, sources say.
The autopsy found that JonBenet had suffered a fractured skull caused by a heavy, blunt instrument.
The News has learned that a flashlight from the Ramsey home did, eventually, find its way to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation with dozens of other items seized from the residence.
But sources say the flashlight at the CBI is not the one spotted on the Ramseys' kitchen counter.
That flashlight's whereabouts remain a mystery.
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