Monday, August 28, 2006

Karr Back on Road to Anonymity

John Karr's DNA does not match the JonBenet Ramsey crime scene DNA according to two NBC station KUSA sources. (The Denver Police Department Crime tested Karr's hair and saliva that were obtained upon his arrival in Boulder Thursday.) Further, KUSA has confirmed that the Boulder DA will not bring charges against him. Poor, sad soul: who in their right mind would want to be blamed for such an atrocious crime if he/she were innocent? To think that this individual would deem to drag the nation through a gut-wrenching trial that did not bring justice to JonBenet and closure to the country is unbelievably perverse.

Cf. http://www.9news.com/acm_news.aspx?OSGNAME=KUSA&IKOBJECTID=5647dd32-0abe-421a-01cb-49517318e6a4&TEMPLATEID=0c76dce6-ac1f-02d8-0047-c589c01ca7bf.

4 comments:

piperfromtn said...

Some, I'm sure would like to permanently alter his DNA.  I saw he's being sought for charges in California.  This evil so-and-so needs to be put in the clink so that he might receive the penalty that is due him.  There is even honor among murderers and thieves.  He'll perish in prison a la Jeffrey Dahmer style.

jakeho said...

Jon, I believe that you'll get your wish as to Karr's incarceration. He is being held in Boulder for the charges in Sonoma County, CA: he is facing up to five years and $12,500 in fines there. His fantasy would is truly lurid and sick: whether he ever acted
in such a manner is unknown thus far. In my opinion, if he is not convicted, he needs a psychological evaluation and, probably, to be institutionalized. (He reminds me of Lee Harvey Oswald.)

Cf. http://abcnews.go.com/US/LegalCenter/story?id=2369005&page=3.

piperfromtn said...

Great idea...hmm...Oswald, huh? Hmm...can we send him to Massachusetts?

jakeho said...

Both seem to be of that cerebral, clean-cut, kooky kind that tend to be more
dangerous and diabolical than they appear on the surface to society. As to Mass.,
they have enough problems, don't they?