The JonBenet Ramsey Documentary has been making a lot of noise before the whole thing has even seen the light of day. However, new reports say that CBS is being sued due to libel.
The JonBenet Ramsey unsolved murder has been coming in and out of the news for about two decades now. There murderer is still unknown. However, CBS has made a two-part documentary with the first part already released. Recently, the Ramsey family lawyer, L. Lin Wood, will be representing Burke Ramsey, JonBenet?s brother. Wood has filed a libel lawsuit against CBS on behalf of Burke for ?false and unprofessional? representation of the Ramsey family. Wood announced this lawsuit the day after part one of the two part CBS documentary was released in Australia.
The two part CBS documentary is titled The Killing of JonBenet: The Truth Uncovered. According to those who have watched it, the documentary points to just one suspect. The team of experts say that it is Burke. Although there is no clear cut statement in the first part of the series, the experts are still really pointing its finger towards Burke. However, the team of experts explain that the death was an accident that led to an unlikely outcome.
The team of experts revisiting the case include Jim Clemente, retired FBI supervisory special agent and profiler; Dr. Henry Lee, forensic scientist; James Kolar, former chief investigator for the District Attorney in Boulder, Colorado; Dr. Werner Spitz, leading forensic pathologist; James Fitzgerald, retired FBI supervisory special agent and forensic linguistic profiler; Laura Richards, former New Scotland Yard criminal behavioral analyst; as well as Stan Burke, retired FBI supervisory special agent and statement analyst.
With JonBenet?s tragedy lived over and over again by her family, it is only right that a documentary in light of her life be done well. According to The Australian, Wood says, ?CBS?s false, unprofessional attacks on this young man are disgusting and revolting.? However, in light of this event, CBS will still be showing the second part of the documentary. The documentary is said to show JonBenet?s case in a new light. Furthermore, a group of professionals worked on the case again with the use of new technology compared to what they had back in 1996. The team will re-enact, remake and revisit the old crime scene to uncover who really murdered the pageant star.
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