DNA IS FINAL HOPE TO CATCH JONBENET KILLER
Globe|January 17, 2022
Cops out of clues 25 years after tragic murder stunned America

MORE than two decades after JonBenet Ramsey was found fatally strangled in her family's Colorado home, cops say genetic DNA testing is the key to unmasking the six-year-old beauty queen's killer!

JonBenet's bludgeoned body was discovered on Dec. 26, 1996, in the basement of her parents' Boulder house hours after her late mom, Patsy, reported the tiny tyke missing.

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