solution. The public thought that the grand jury investigation had been inconclusive. In 2002, the statute of limitations on the grand jury's charges expired. The grand jury's vote to indict was not revealed publicly until October 25th 2013, when previously sealed court documents were released. On July 9, 2008, the Boulder D. A s office announced that as a result of newly developed DNA sampling and testing techniques, UH, touch DNA analysis, the Ramsey family members were excluded as suspects in the case and the officially exonerated Gordon Coombs, former investigator for the Border County D. A s office at the time, requested total absolution of the Ramseys. However, former FBI criminal Profiler Kansas DeLong and ABC legal consultant Dan Abrams are among the many experts who consider this to be a d n a case and have cleared the Ramseys of suspicion. The police sought to interview Burke Ramsey again in 2010, according to L. Lin Wood, a high profile defamation attorney whom the Ramsey family hired in 1999 Yeah, in 2012, the book Foreign Faction who really kidnap JonBenet by a James Kolar, former investigator under Boulder County D A. Lacy was self published. The book dismisses the intruder theory and proposes scenarios of Ramsey's family involvement in JonBenet's death. Mary Lacy, who hired Color to work at the D. A s office, said, Your theory is based on conjecture, which at times approaches pure flights of fancy. Lacey described the reaction when several investigators in the DA's office watched Kohler's presentation. We just rolled our eyes. The Case of JonBenet Ramsey, a documentary broadcast on CBS on September 18th and 19th of 2016, claim to use a group of experts to reevaluate or to evaluate the evidence. Mhm uh, they theorized that Burke hit his sister in the head with a heavy object, perhaps not intending to kill her. The group suggests that the ransom letter was an attempt to cover up the circumstances of JonBenet's death. However, the CBS show claims matched in its entirety those made by one of its on camera experts, James Kolar, in the book that had been published four years prior to his lawsuit against CB. In his lawsuit against CBS, Burke suggested that the CBS show was not a reinvestigation at all, but rather a movie version of the failed book disguised as a fresh look in his review of the CBS show, Vulture called it true come at its worst, disgusting and a disgrace, saying her light upon giant leaps of logic and on behalf of Burke Ramsey, attorney Lin Wood filed defamation lawsuits against CBS, the producers of the program and several of the participants based upon representations of the facts made throughout the program. So there's a there was one false confession in the whole investigation. So John Mark Karr, a 41 year old elementary school teacher, was arrested in Bangkok, Thailand, on August 15, 2006, when he falsely confessed to murdering Dominate. He claimed that he had drugged and sexually assaulted and accidentally killed her and, according to CNN, authorities also said they did not find any evidence linking car to the crime scene. In his confession, Car had provided only basic facts that were publicly known and failed to provide any convincing details. His claim that he had drugged JonBenet was doubted because the autopsy indicated that no drugs were found in her body. DNA samples that were taken from the car did not match DNA found on JonBenet's body And then there's a bunch of defamation lawsuits. Uh Lin Wood, the Ramseys liberal attorney, filed losses against several people and companies that have reported on the case. John and Patsy were sued into defamation lawsuits arising from the publication of their book, The Death of Innocence. These suits were brought by two persons name in the book who who were said to have been investigated by border police as suspects in the case. The Ramseys were defended by those lawsuits by Lin Wood and three other attorneys that they obtained this missile of both lawsuits. US. District Court Judge Juli Kearns later concluded that abundant evidence in the murder case pointed to intruder having committed the crime. Uh, in 2000 and six, a friend of John Ramsey filed a suit against an anonymous Web surfer who had posted two messages on Internet forums using the pseudo name under the radar, implicating his friend in the murder and different suits against people accusing different people. And that is it. So there is one theory that was that recently came out somewhat recently, and the theory is that Katy Perry is really JonBenet Ramsey. Yeah, that is the stupidest thing I think I've ever heard my. According to the theorists on the World Wide Web, the firework singer is actually murdered. Pageant queen JonBenet Ramsey, who died in 1996. And to this day, of course, it remains unsolved. But a theory which can be found on several Reddit forms and YouTube explainers scandalously suggested that the six year old death was actually a hoax and she was kidnapped instead, only to become superstar Katy Perry. Well, then, who the heck was the girl I found on the thing? A video. A video by YouTuber Dave Johnson, which amassed over 50,000 views before being removed. Expect expands on this constantly sang I was confidently suggesting that JonBenet's parents set her up by fake death, sacrificing her to the Illuminati to become a star. Quote. Jon Benet Ramsey became Katy Perry. That's a fact. She did not die. Nobody died and nobody got hurt. The sacrifice was in name only, and that sacrifice was to get something, and that something was to become a star. While the video makes the outlandish claim its air quote, evidence is largely based on facial similarities rather than cold hard facts. Uh, flashing up images of John John and Katy Perry alongside each other. It is certainly unquestionable that they share striking resemblance with theories, particularly highlighting the identical eyebrows. Mhm. In another YouTube video entitled Jon Benet Ramsey, Katy Perry, very close theorist Jungle Surfer, suggests that eyebrows don't change much in a person, citing this as evidence that they can't be different people. And it doesn't stop there as the conspiracy goes on to reference how similar JonBenet's parents looked at Katie's brazenly, adding that they must be proof that they are, in fact the same. Of course, a huge issue with this theory is that Katy Perry is actually double the age of JonBenet and was 12 years old when she was found dead. Plus, John and his body was found by her father in the basement of their home, and a later autopsy revealed she had died of strangulation. While the theory glosses over questions of how was her body examined, if she was actually still alive, was the corner prior illuminated to it goes on to present what it believes to be concrete proof that John and Katy Perry are one and the same. It claims the Illuminati always hides clues in plain sight, suggesting that Perry even hinted at the theory herself in her autobiography, for instance, when discussing how she wrote songs that a child, The Star mentions John Boehner by name, she writes. Not that I was one of those stage kids. There was no JonBenet Ramsey inside of me waiting to burst out. Furthermore, claims Youtuber VK 33. Both Perry and Ramsey were both both, in other words, to God Bless America. I do, too. Does that make me Jon Benet Ramsey? Yes, which is clearly another striking clue. While the singer tweeted when the singer tweeted the lyrics dozen nine theorists went mad, sharing a clip of John Boehner singing the very well known song during one of her pageants. Could this be a coincidence? Not according to the diehard believers. The conspiracy doesn't stop there, also referencing the fact that there was a full moon the year Ramsey died and highlighting the similarities between the Ramseys checkered kitchen floor and the motifs and Katy's music videos. Well, of course, the majority of this has been largely left off by the general public. A conspiracy has got so big that Katie even with quizzed about it in public? Uh, yeah. And she Of course. So she was just like, Hey, Katy Perry, are you driving at Ramsey? And she's like, Yeah, you got me. So that is That was that was probably the dumbest theory I've ever heard.