Interview dates
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from the CBS lawsuit


82. On December 26, 1996, outside the presence of his parents and unknown to them,
Burke was interviewed by Boulder PD Detective Fred Patterson who concluded that Burke did
not have any idea or knowledge about what had happened to his sister.
83. On January 8, 1997, Burke was interviewed with his parents’ consent and outside
of their presence by a psychologist, Dr. Suzanne Bernhard, who concluded in writing on her
report to the Boulder PD that it was clear to her that Burke did not witness the murder of his
sister.
84. On June 10, 11and 12 of 1998, Burke was interviewed with his parents’ consent
and outside of their presence by Boulder PD Detective Dan Schuler.
85. As part of the investigation, a grand jury was impaneled in September of 1998
and dismissed in the fall of 1999.
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86. The Boulder PD and the Boulder DA publicly exonerated Burke before, during,
and after the grand jury investigation.
87. In early 1998, former Boulder PD Chief Mark Beckner stated during a news
conference that Burke was not involved in the killing of JonBenét, was not a suspect in
JonBenét’s murder, and was not being looked at as a suspect.
88. Despite being fully aware of his comments, Defendants ignored and did not
disclose Chief Beckner’s 1998 comments during the Documentary.
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