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  Oct. 15, 1999 - Beckner at end of GJ
Posted by: jameson245 - 01-30-2017, 05:25 PM - Forum: Press Releases /Official statements - Replies (3)

Oct. 15, 1999 - Ramsey Update #72
News Release
October 15, 1999
Contact:
Jennifer Bray, Media Relations
Jana Petersen, Media Relations, 303-441-3090
Ramsey Case New Release Index

Statement from News Conference on
October 14, 1999
Mark Beckner, Chief of Police
Ramsey News Release #72
I want to first publicly thank the twelve citizens of this grand jury for their service to the community. Although by law, I cannot comment on the grand jury's work as it relates to this case, I am grateful to the District Attorney, Alex Hunter, for allowing a grand jury investigation. Contrary to public perception, we have made progress in this case over the past 13 months because of the work of the grand jury. If you recall, when investigators asked for a grand jury in the spring of 1998, it was for the purpose of assisting us in our investigation. In this regard, it has been a successful grand jury.
I also want to thank Mike Kane, Mitch Morrisey and Bruce Levin for their hard work. There's been a great deal of speculation about the working relationship between the DA's office and the police. Let me just say that we have a great deal of respect for one another, and the working relationship on this case has never been better. Over the past 15 months, we have worked hand in hand with the prosecutors on this case and have been very pleased with how things have been handled.
There has also been speculation that charges have not been filed in this case because of reluctance on the part of the District Attorney's office. In addition to Alex Hunter, we have had 3 experienced prosecutors working on this case. None of these prosecutors, in my opinion, would hesitate in taking this case to trial once the evidence is sufficient to do so.
The next obvious question is...where do we go from here? From the police perspective, this will remain an open, ongoing investigation. Contrary to the public perception and the rampant speculation that the investigation is over, this case is not dead in the water. I know you have grown tired of hearing this, but yes, we still have forensic evidence we are working on. We are committed to not giving up on this investigation. Like any other open homicide, we will continue to process and test evidence as necessary, and follow any reasonable leads that are developed.
(Anyone who's been in law enforcement can tell you of cases that finally come to resolution, often after many months or years of investigation, and sometimes when you least expect it. That's what keeps us going.)
If you believe what some of the pundits are saying, you might think it's futile to keep trying. Those of us close to the case know better. We know that the right and just thing to do is to keep going. Quite frankly, too much has been made of the conclusion of the grand jury. We have simply completed another phase of this difficult investigation.
In addition to the possibility of new evidence developing, new forensic technology is advancing at a rapid pace. As a result, cases that were once unsolvable have been solved. New technology in the last 2 1/2 years has helped us in this case. We never know what the next month, year, or several years will bring.
As Police Chief, there is something else I know I can count on. And that is the dedication of the four investigators who have been on this case from the beginning.
These four individuals, as well as all members of the Boulder Police Department, are committed to finding a resolution in this case, and they will not be swayed from that commitment.
Much has been made out of alleged mistakes early in this case. Yes, there are things we should have done differently and wish we would have done differently. Any time a crime scene is disturbed, it creates problems for the investigation. However, to say that mistakes have made this an unsolvable case is not accurate. Circumstances and evidence that raise questions for us today are not the result of a contaminated crime scene.
I know that this case has been frustrating for everyone, but I can assure you it has not been more frustrating than for the detectives who have worked full time on this case for almost three years. While we will continue to be criticized by those who fail to understand the complexities in this case, I am proud of the work our detectives have done to get us where we are today. For any mistakes that may have been made early on, there have been many times more right things that have been done in this case.
I would also like to say that while the intense scrutiny has not always been pleasant, there have been positives. We are not the same police department we were 3 years ago. As a result of learning from our experiences, we have taken steps to make some changes in how we operate. We have developed some new policies and procedures, adjusted some of our training, and made some changes in our detective section. And, we have also developed a more open philosophy when dealing with the media. As a result of these changes, I believe we are a better prepared, better trained police department.
I must take a moment to thank the local Boulder community for its support. City council, the city manager, and the many citizens of this city have been understanding and supportive in our efforts. For this, we are appreciative.
In the end, all of the media attention doesn't matter. All of the speculation doesn't matter. Legal analysts who will find fault with the work we've done doesn't matter. What matters is finding justice for JonBenet Ramsey.
To this day, two years and nine months after her death, we are as intent on that objective as we were from day one.

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  Oct. 11, 1999 - expense report
Posted by: jameson245 - 01-30-2017, 05:23 PM - Forum: Press Releases /Official statements - No Replies

Oct. 11, 1999 - Ramsey Update #71
News Release
October 11, 1999
Contact:
Jennifer Bray, Media Relations
Jana Petersen, Media Relations, 303-441-3090
Ramsey Case New Release Index

Updated Ramsey homicide expenses
Ramsey News Release #71
1996 expenditures related to Ramsey Homicide Investigation:
Item
Cost
Overtime Expenses (604.75 Hrs.)
$ 20,340.80
Travel Expenses
$ 248.38
Investigative Expense
$ 788.55
Total Expenditures for 1966
$ 21,377.73

1997 Expenditures related to Ramsey Homicide Investigation:
Item
Cost
On-duty Salary Expense
$ 308,630.81
Overtime Expense (3,929.5 Hours)
$ 134,621.66
Travel Expenses through 12-31-97
$ 57,392.46
Investigative Expense through 12-31-97
$ 30,830.08
Total Expenditures for 1997
$ 531,475.01

1998 Expenditures related to Ramsey Homicide Investigation:
Item
Cost
On-duty Salary Expense - P.P.#26
$ 562,149.72
Overtime Expense 954 Hours
$ 37,541.46
Travel Expenses through 12-31-98
$ 11,319.01
Investigative Expense through 12-31-98
$ 19,946.74
Total Expenditures for 1998
$ 630,956.93

1999 Expenditures related to Ramsey Homicide Investigation:
Item
Cost
On-duty Salary Expense - P.P.#20
$ 175,744.91
Overtime Expense through 10-04-99 P.P.#20, 203.25 hours
$ 8,026.10
Travel Expenses through 10-11-99
$ 3,842.36
Investigative Expense through 10-11-99
$ 2,858.00
Total Expenditures for 1999
$ 198,891.77
 
Total expenditures related to Ramsey Homicide
for 1996, 97, 98 & 99:

$1,382,701.44
(Does not include on-duty costs of investigation, or overtime for Management Exempt employees, such as Chief, Commander and Legal Advisor)

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  Aug. 7, 1998 - responding to resignation
Posted by: jameson245 - 01-30-2017, 05:15 PM - Forum: Press Releases /Official statements - No Replies

Aug. 07, 1998 - Ramsey Update #70
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Aug. 7, 1998
Contact:
Leslie Aaholm, City Media Relations, 441-3090
Suzanne Laurion, DA Media Liaison, 441-4702
Ramsey Case New Release Index

Joint Statement from the Boulder Police Department and
the Boulder District Attorney’s Office
(Ramsey Update #70)

Members of our offices met this morning to further discuss the resignation letter submitted by Steve Thomas.
We talked about responding in detail to the allegations presented in the letter, but agreed that our primary responsibility is to gather sufficient evidence to prosecute the JonBenet Ramsey homicide, and to further address these charges would only sidetrack the case.
Police Chief Mark Beckner said, “As I said yesterday we do not agree with Thomas’s opinion that the case cannot be successfully concluded. In the six weeks that Thomas has been gone from the department our agencies have worked closely together to complete additional interviews, prepare and submit additional evidence for testing, and review other investigative materials. We have not finished this investigation and we will continue to work on this case pending a decision regarding convening the grand jury.”
-CITY-

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  August 6, 1998 - Steve Thomas resigns
Posted by: jameson245 - 01-30-2017, 05:12 PM - Forum: Press Releases /Official statements - Replies (1)

Aug. 06, 1998 - Ramsey Update #69
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Aug. 6, 1998
Contact:
Leslie Aaholm, Media Relations, (303) 441-3090
Ramsey Case New Release Index

Ramsey detective resigns; statement from Boulder Police Chief Mark Beckner
(Ramsey update #69)

“Detective Steve Thomas today resigned from the Boulder Police Department. Det. Thomas was one of seven detectives working on the Ramsey investigation. It is with regret that I accept his resignation. His work and effort on the Ramsey case will always be appreciated.
Unfortunately, in his resignation letter, Detective Thomas has chosen to criticize the progress of the Ramsey investigation and the role of the DA’s Office. This comes at a critical juncture in the investigation. I am disappointed that Steve felt the need to vent his frustrations in the investigation.
When I took over the Ramsey investigation last October, I acknowledged that this case was extremely complex and that disagreements were to be expected. However, we continue to work closely with the DA’s Office on completing assigned tasks. I continue to have confidence in the investigative team, Alex Hunter, and special prosecutor Michael Kane and we are meeting with them on an almost daily basis.
While we continue to pursue investigative tasks in the Ramsey case, I do not plan to assign another detective to the Ramsey team to replace Det. Thomas. Detective Sgt. Wickman, the team leader, has assured me the work load can be handled by the existing team members.
Further comment on Det. Thomas’ resignation would not be in the best interest of the investigation.
-CITY-

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  June 2, 1998 Beckner comments after Coors presentation
Posted by: jameson245 - 01-30-2017, 05:10 PM - Forum: Press Releases /Official statements - Replies (1)

June 02, 1998 - Ramsey Update #68
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 2, 1998
Contact:
Commander Mark Beckner, (303) 441-4370
Jennifer Bray, Media Relations, (303) 441-3153
City Web site: www.bouldercolorado.gov
Ramsey Case New Release Index

Boulder Police conclude presentation
of Ramsey case to the DA
(Ramsey Update #68)

Boulder Police detectives today concluded their presentation of the Ramsey investigation to Boulder District Attorney Alex Hunter. The presentation was made by the seven detectives who have worked on the JonBenet Ramsey investigation: Case Supervisor, Sgt. Tom Wickman, Detective Tom Trujillo, Detective Steve Thomas, Detective Jane Harmer, Detective Ron Gosage, Detective Carey Weinheimer, and Detective Michael Everett.
At the conclusion of the presentation, Commander Beckner said, "This has been a very productive two days. After exhaustively reviewing the 30,000 pages of this investigation, we identified 24 investigative topics which were covered during the presentation. Some of the areas we covered included forensics information, analysis of evidence, what we learned from the ransom note and the hundreds of different items found in the house, what was not found in the house, and evidence supporting or not supporting an intruder. We discussed the interviews we’ve conducted and the people we’ve looked at as suspects. We covered a lot of ground in a very complex case."
Commander Beckner added, "We have made a very strong case for a grand jury and believe a grand jury will give us the best opportunity to find the final pieces needed in this case. We have been and will continue to be committed to working closely with the District Attorney’s office to complete this investigation."
"To give you some perspective of the enormity of this investigation and the effort that has been put forth in solving this case, let me give you some statistics. Since we began our investigation in December, 1996, we have formally interviewed 590 people, some more than once; we have utilized 64 outside experts and consultants; we have investigated 68 people as possible suspects, plus an additional 54 convicted sex offenders as possible suspects; we have logged 1,058 items of evidence into property; over 500 pieces of evidence have been tested through federal, state and private labs; we conducted the investigation in 17 states; we have received approximately 3,400 letters and 700 phone tips; and we have spent approximately 22,000 hours investigating the case. Through the 28th of May we have spent $282,180 to cover overtime, travel and investigative expenses on this case."
Since October 1997, the investigative team has identified 94 tasks of which 67 have been completed. Of the remaining 27 tasks, some will require the subpoena authority of a grand jury to complete.
--CITY--

Following are some of the questions asked and Commander Beckner’s answers after the conclusion of the presentation to the DA’s Office today:
Q: Could you summarize why you would like this case to go to a grand jury?
A: There are still interviews we would like to do with people who are not cooperating with the investigation.
Q: Have you now turned the Ramsey case over to the DA’s Office?
A: I would say that it is more of a team approach with the DA’s Office now.
Q: Do you know who did it?
A: I have an idea who did it.
Q: Do you still want to question John and Patsy Ramsey?
A: Yes, the Ramseys are among those that we want to question.
Q: What are some of the tasks you have left to complete?
A: There are additional evidence tests we would like to do.
Q: What happens if it doesn’t go to the grand jury?
A: We’ll make the best of it.
Q: How solid of a case do you have now?
A: That’s difficult to answer, it’s certainly a circumstantial case.
Q: How long do you expect the grand jury to take with this case?
A: 3 to 6 months minimum, I would say.
Q: How did Barry Scheck’s comments help during this presentation?
A: He helped us identify the strengths and the weaknesses of the case, and he was able to offer the defense perspective.
Q: Are there less people under the umbrella of suspicion now?
A: There are certainly less people under the umbrella of suspicion now than there were in October.
Q: Do you think Alex Hunter will take this case to the grand jury?
A: I think there is a good chance.

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  May 27th, 1998 - - announcing presentation by BPD to the DA at Coors Events Center
Posted by: jameson245 - 01-30-2017, 05:08 PM - Forum: Press Releases /Official statements - No Replies

May 27, 1998 - Ramsey Update #67
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 27, 1998
Contact:
Leslie Aaholm, Media Relations, 303-441-3090
City Web site: www.bouldercolorado.gov
Ramsey Case New Release Index

MEDIA ADVISORY
Police to present Ramsey case to DA
(Ramsey update #67)

Boulder Police Commander Mark Beckner will present the JonBenet Ramsey case to Boulder District Attorney Alex Hunter on June 1 and 2. The presentation will take place at the CU Coors Events Center.
Commander Beckner will be joined by the seven detectives who have worked on the JonBenet Ramsey investigation: Case Supervisor, Sgt. Tom Wickman, Detective Tom Trujillo, Detective Steve Thomas, Detective Jane Harmer, Detective Ron Gosage, Detective Carey Weinheimer, and Detective Michael Everett.
At the conclusion of the presentation on June 2, Commander Beckner will make some brief comments to the media, although no details of the case will be released. The exact time of these remarks is dependent upon when the presentation concludes, although it will probably take place in the afternoon.
Parking is available at meters along Regent Drive and just north of the CU Coors Event Center in Lot 440. Large vehicles can park in Lot 436 on the east side of the parking garage. Permits are required and cost $5 per day. Permits can be purchased at the CU Police Department, 1050 Regent Drive, for one or two days. Space, especially for large vehicles, is limited.
-CITY-

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  May 6, 1998 - - expense account info
Posted by: jameson245 - 01-30-2017, 05:06 PM - Forum: Press Releases /Official statements - No Replies

May 06, 1998 - Ramsey Update #66
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 6, 1998
Contact:
Leslie Aaholm, Media Relations, 441-3090
Ramsey Case New Release Index

Boulder Police update Ramsey costs
(Ramsey Update #66)

The Boulder Police Department’s expenses related to the JonBenet Ramsey homicide are listed below. This reflects expenditures and overtime through May 1, 1998, but does not include any on-duty costs of the investigation or overtime for Chief Tom Koby or Commander Mark Beckner:
1996 expenditures
Item
Cost
Overtime Expenses (604.75 Hrs.)
$ 20,340.80
Travel Expenses
$ 248.38
Investigative Expense
$ 788.55
Total Expenditures for 1966
$ 21,377.73

1997 expenditures
Item
Cost
Overtime Expense (3,929.5 Hours)
$ 134,621.66
Travel Expenses
$ 57,392.46
Investigative Expense
$ 30,830.08
Total Expenditures for 1997
$ 222,844.20

1998 expenditures (through May 1, 1998)
Item
Cost
Overtime expenses (417.25 hours)
$ 15,840.39
Travel expenses
$ 6,053.72
Investigative expenses
$ 9,244.10
Total Expenditures for 1998
$ 31,138.21
 
Total expenditures (through May 1, 1998)
$ 275,360.14
-CITY-

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  March 12, 1998 - BPD requests grand jury
Posted by: jameson245 - 01-30-2017, 05:05 PM - Forum: Press Releases /Official statements - No Replies

March 12, 1998 - Ramsey Update #65
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 12, 1998
Contact:
Jennifer Bray, Media Relations, 441-3090
Ramsey Case New Release Index

Police ask District Attorney to convene
a grand jury in Ramsey investigation
(Ramsey Update #65)

Boulder Police Chief Tom Koby and Commander Mark Beckner today requested and recommended that the Boulder District Attorney convene a grand jury investigation into the homicide of JonBenet Ramsey. While there is still some investigation left to be done, both Chief Koby and Commander Beckner believe the investigation has progressed to the point at which the authority of a grand jury is necessary in order to have a complete investigation. A grand jury can be utilized to obtain sworn testimony, to obtain items of evidentiary value not otherwise available through routine investigative methods, and to review the case for purposes of seeking an indictment against the person or persons responsible for the death of JonBenet.
Commander Beckner has worked closely with the District Attorney’s Office in recent weeks in preparation of the recommendation for a grand jury. According to Beckner, “We only make this request/recommendation after 14 grueling months of investigation, much consideration and thought, and after consultation with attorneys familiar with, and experienced in the use, of grand juries. We believe the investigation has reached the point at which a grand jury will be very helpful in completing the investigation, thus, our recommendation to the District Attorney.”
As the investigation progressed in recent weeks, the direction the investigation should take became very clear. As stated at a Dec. 5, 1997 news conference, the police were working toward one of three options:
  • Seek an arrest warrant and prosecution
  • Ask for a grand jury investigation, or
  • Inactivate the case until such time that additional information becomes available
Out of a task list that has now grown to 90 tasks, 64 tasks have been completed or worked on as thoroughly as possible. “The longer we worked on the case, the clearer it became that inactivating the case would not be appropriate,” said Beckner. “The appropriate step at this time is to ask for a grand jury to assist us in gathering additional admissible evidence.”
The next step will be for the police to assist the District Attorney’s Office in the review of case files and evidence. Given the volume of information gathered to date, it is expected that it will take some time for the District Attorney’s Office to complete it’s review of the case files prior to any decision being made. “We have worked well with the DA’s Office in the last five months and I expect to work even closer with them in the months to follow,” added Beckner.
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  Feb. 19, 1998 - Beckner denies BPD is leaking
Posted by: jameson245 - 01-30-2017, 05:03 PM - Forum: Press Releases /Official statements - No Replies

Feb. 19, 1998 - Ramsey Update #64
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Feb. 19, 1998
Contact:
Leslie Aaholm, Media Relations (303) 441-3090
Ramsey Case New Release Index

Statement from Commander Mark Beckner
(Ramsey Update #64)

While I see little value in perpetuating the verbal volley that seems to be rampant in the Ramsey case, I feel I must respond to comments Mr. Jim Jenkins sent to the media today. My investigators and I are committed to finding the murderer of JonBenet Ramsey. We continue to conduct our investigation with integrity and professionalism in the face of many obstacles. As stated in my December 5 news conference, there are three key interview that need to be conducted with John Ramsey, Patsy Ramsey, and Burke Ramsey. Our request for interviews with John and Patsy were declined. Negotiations with Burke Ramsey were progressing until Saturday, February 15th, at which time Mr. Jenkins informed me he believed someone in the Boulder Police Department provided information to the media in reference to our discussions.
There is absolutely no advantage to me or to the Boulder Police Department to disclose any information regarding the discussion with Mr. Jenkins. In fact, just the opposite. Our need is to interview witnesses in this case. After looking into Mr. Jenkin’s assertion, I am confident that the information did not come from the Boulder Police Department. I have since discovered that there are other sources where the information could have come from. It is unfortunate that unfair accusations continue to be made in this case.
The focus of this investigation should be on finding the murderer of JonBenet. That is where it will remain for me and my investigators. The fact remains, it is in the best interest of this investigation that Burke be interviewed, and we are ready to interview him.
Given the refusal, for whatever reason, of some people to cooperate in this investigation, we will attempt other investigative avenues to obtain the information necessary to complete this investigation.
-CITY-
NOTE: The Police Department will have no additional comment.

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  Jan. 16, 1998 - Ramseys refuse new interviews
Posted by: jameson245 - 01-30-2017, 05:02 PM - Forum: Press Releases /Official statements - No Replies

Jan. 16, 1998 - Ramsey Update #63
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Jan. 16, 1998
Contact:
Leslie Aaholm, Media Relations, 441-3090
Ramsey Case New Release Index

Ramsey attorneys decline request for interviews
(Ramsey Update #63)

The Boulder Police Department has received written communication through John and Patsy Ramsey’s counsel that John and Patsy will not submit to a second interview with investigators under the reasonable conditions set by investigators. The Boulder Police Department’s position in requesting the second interviews has been clear and straightforward. There are questions the police have that are related to clarifications of previous statements and questions related to information that was not available during the first interviews.
According to the latest communication from the Ramseys’ counsel, if the Police Department wants further assistance in solving this crime from John and Patsy Ramsey, the police will have to show “good faith” by first allowing the Ramseys to review the evidence in this case. This is unacceptable to police investigators. To allow such disclosure could severely hamper the effectiveness of the investigation, and damage the reliability of information provided by witnesses or potential suspects. To do so would also be contrary to accepted investigative protocols and something the police have not done for any other witness or suspect in this case. The Ramseys’ counsel again offered to have John and Patsy Ramsey only answer written questions. This is also unacceptable to police investigators and well beyond reasonable investigative processes.
According to Commander Mark Beckner, “I am disappointed in the position they have taken. I expected the Ramseys to agree to another interview because I believed their public and private statements about their desire to do whatever was necessary to help resolve this case. While this development will certainly hinder our investigation, we continue to make progress and will not give up in our efforts to find JonBenet’s killer.” Furthermore, Beckner stated, “It is even more important now for anyone who has relevant information in this case to come forward and help us resolve this.”
The police are still waiting to receive clothing requested from the Ramseys in Nov., 1997, and for a final decision on whether they will be allowed to interview Burke Ramsey.
The investigative task list, described by Beckner at his Dec. 5 news conference, continues to be a working list that is evaluated and updated as needed. It now consists of 78 items. Of those 78 items, 38 have been completed and another 9 tasks are near completion. An additional 5 task list items will be completed once the results of analysis is received from outside agencies assisting in the investigation. Of the remaining 26 items, some are ongoing and long term tasks that the team continues to work on. These would include tasks such as reinterviewing significant witnesses and following up new information as it is developed.
Recent media reports that a flashlight had been lost and recently found are incorrect. The flashlight recovered from the Ramsey home was taken to CBI in March, 1997 for forensic analysis. After the completed analysis, it was returned to the custody of the Police Department in Oct., 1997 and has never been missing.
Year end expenditures for Ramsey Investigation
The Boulder Police Department expenditures to date for the Ramsey investigation total $219,555. In 1996 overtime, travel and investigative expenses totaled $21,377 and through the end of 1997 the overtime, travel and investigative expenses totaled $197,634. These expenditures do not include on-duty costs of investigations.
-CITY-
Boulder Police have no additional comments at this time.

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