Here is a photo of John Karr, the man who has been arrested on suspicion of killing JonBenet Ramsey. New information is surfacing about the case and it looks like it very well may have to come down to a DNA match to prove this guy really murdered JonBenet like he claims. It appears now that this guy may just be a cuckoo bird who was completely obsessed with the case for years. Family members are claiming that Karr was fascinated with the case and researched it endlessly in hopes of writing a book. Karr's ex-wife Lara Karr said that there was no way he could have killed JonBenet because she and her husband were together on the Christmas Eve JonBenet was murdered. She also said that in addition to doing a lot of reading up on the JonBenet case, he spent a lot of time reading about Polly Klass, the little girl who was abducted from her Petaluma home and murdered in 1993. Karr's brother Nate Karr backed that up when he told Greta Van Susteren from Fox News that he also thinks his brother may have been with his family on the Christmas Eve John Benet was killed. Karr was planning on looking back at family photographs around that time to make sure.
John Karr on the other hand, has confessed again to the crime telling reporters Thursday, "I am so very sorry for what happened to JonBenet. It's very important for me that everyone knows that I love her very much, that her death was unintentional, that it was an accident." *shudder* When reporters pressed further for the answers to how JonBenet died, Karr responded, "It would take several hours to describe that. It's a very involved series of events that would involve a lot of time. It's very painful for me to talk about it." According to Lt. Gen. Suwat Tumrongsiskul, head of Thailand's immigration police, Karr confessed that JonBenet "died during a kidnap attempt that went awry" and "He said he loved this child, that he was in love her. He said she was very pretty, a pageant queen. She was the school star, she was very cute and sweet," Suwat said.
Good God, how horrible if this is true and this dude really ends up being a crazy person falsely taking the blame. What's left now is that DNA found at the crime scene that investigators never found a match to. Yesterday MSNBC had reported on their news crawl that the suspect was a DNA match, but since then I have been unable to find anything backing that up in writing. It appears now as though that answer remains to be seen.
Source: My Way News