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On June 27th, 1997, at 8:30 am - "Detective Ainsworth met with Dr. Deters, the pathologist for Larimer County, who said that the injuries on JonBenet Ramsey were consistent with a stun gun injury and that no further determination of value could be made by exhuming the body and examining the tissue microscopically, and a stun gun would certainly immobilize a child because of the electrical paralysis induced by the stun gun and the child would not be able to formulate a scream."
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