I didn't expect much from this book when I bought it. It turned out to be absolutely wonderful. What the Ramsey's think of the press (and police work on the case) is not the only topic. Their faith and their good sense are evident in the book. The view of JonBenet as a real child rather than a media-manufactured persona, was very healing.
This paperback has the updated chapter with lie detector tests and latest police interviews.
On Christmas night of 1996, John and Patsy Ramsey's daughter, JonBenet, was murdered. It became one of the most notorious unsolved crimes of the century. Grevous rumors and false allegations leaked by local authorities fueled speculation that the parents were guilty, subjecting them to an unrelenting media presecution that has unjustly tried, convicted, and condemned them.
Now the Ramseys answer their accusers by sharing their hearts, emotions, reflections--and the truth. In this book they reveal their own theories of the crime, expose significant facts withheld from the public, and divulge startling new details about the dark day that changed their lives forever, including:
The stunning DNA evidence that should have eliminated them
The controversial ransom note, and what handwriting experts
The shocking oversight of the Boulder police to question
neighbors after the murder
This book did not convince me of their innocence. Both of them seem a bit on the dim side.
Real interesting look at what the Ramsey's went through as the media ran with the story of the murder of their daughter JonBenet.