A counsel for JonBenet Ramsey’s family is formulation to sue CBS over claims done in a new documentary about a 1996 murder case.
In CBS’ two-part special The Case Of: JonBenet Ramsey, investigators theorized that a 6-year-old manifestation black was killed by her afterwards 9-year-old hermit Burke when he struck her on a conduct with a complicated object.
“I will be filing a lawsuit on interest of Burke Ramsey,” L. Lin Wood, a Ramsey family’s attorney, told Reuters. “CBS’ fake and unsuited attacks on this immature male are outrageous and revolting.”
Earlier this month, Burke, now 29, sat down with Dr. Phil for his first-ever media interview. In a three-part special, Burke addressed a rumors he killed his younger sister, who was found passed in a family’s groundwork on Christmas Day.
“Look during a evidence, or miss thereof,” pronounced Burke, who was formerly privileged by DNA evidence. “There’s been a few people that pronounced that’s not even physically probable for a 9-year-old to do that.”
In response to Wood’s due lawsuit, a network states that “CBS stands by a promote and will do so in court.”
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