Ramsey family cleared in JonBenet case

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The news came along to late for mother Patsy Ramsey, who died of ovarian cancer in 2006. But new DNA technology has proved that there was an "unexplained third party" who was involved in the murder of JonBenet Ramsey, essentially clearing her family of any wrong doing.

In the 12 years since JonBenet was found in the basement of her home, her family has been under a cloud of suspicion, each of them at one time considered a suspect, if only by the media. But this new "touch DNA" technology can pull DNA from skin cells left behind when a person touches a surface, and finally put an end to the speculation.

Most parents, I think, can think of no greater nightmare than what the Ramsey's went through. Though the Boulder County District Attorney has issued a personal apology, that can't erase the pain this family has endured. Police say they're determined, now that they have DNA evidence to finally find the killer. Let's hope that they succeed.
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