JONATHAN GOLD’S LIFE STORY JonBenét Ramsey, the 13-year-old girl who was murdered by her ex-boyfriend, confessed to a detective during an interrogation that her death was an accident.
But a forensic scientist has disputed Gold’s claims that the crime scene in Boulder, Colorado, was tampered with.
“I can tell you there was no tampering with the crime scenes,” the forensic scientist told the Boulder Daily Camera in a video interview.
“There was no damage to the crime.”
JonBenét’s mother Patsy Ramsey, meanwhile, has been pushing the idea that the Boulder police mishandled the investigation into her daughter’s death.
In her deposition, she claimed that police planted evidence in her daughters apartment and falsely blamed her for the murder.
“My daughter told me that her boyfriend threw a rock through the window, and she had a fall.
They lied about that,” she said in the deposition.
“My daughter said she went into her bedroom and looked through her bedroom window, but they told her there was a window that she could see.
And there was nothing.”
The Boulder police have denied all of Gold’s allegations.
“We can’t confirm or deny that JonBenets DNA was found in the bedroom,” said Sgt. Chris Reedy, a spokesman for the Boulder Police Department.
“That’s not what she said.
We have not seen her DNA,” Reedy added.