The JonBenet Ramsey Prosecutor Intentionally Deceived The Public!
Fourteen years after District Attorney, Alex Hunter, told us, what we thought was, the JonBenet Ramsey Grand Jury's refusal to indict; we learn that the only one who refused to indict was him and his henchmen, and for all of these years, he forced the members of the grand jury, to shoulder the blame, for what he did . . .
Not only did Alex Hunter interfere with the process of justice, by refusing to indict John and Patsy Ramsey, pursuant to the grand jury's findings, he deliberately misled the public by issuing a statement that inferred that the grand jury did not indict! And if that's not bad enough, he used language to intimidate the grand jury from contradicting him, "Under Colorado law, the proceedings of the grand jury are secret. Under no circumstances will . . . the grand jurors discuss grand jury proceedings, today or forever . . ."
Under Colorado law the grand jury can take their findings directly to the court. In other words, they can bypass the prosecutor, but they did not know that! Prosecutors should be made to inform grand jurors of their power, as well as the law. If they don't know their power, for all practical purposes, they don't have it . . .
Contact your representatives and ask for legislation that requires prosecutors to inform the grand jury of their power.
District Attorney Alex Hunter's deceptive statement, made to the public on October 13, 1999:
The Boulder County grand jury has completed its work and will not return.
No charges have been filed. The grand jurors have done their work extraordinarily well, bringing to bear all of their legal powers, life experiences and shrewdness. Yet I must report to you that I and my prosecution task force believe we do not have sufficient evidence to warrant the filing of charges against anyone who has been investigated at this time.
Under Colorado law, the proceedings of the grand jury are secret. Under no circumstances will I or any of my advisors, prosecutors, the law enforcement officers working on this case, or the grand jurors discuss grand jury proceedings, today or forever, unless ordered by the court