Boulder police and prosecutors are taking a look at new DNA testing know-how that they hope will additional the investigation of the unsolved 1996 homicide of 6-yr-previous JonBenét Ramsey.
The transfer comes after an investigation by the Boulder Day by day Digital camera and KUSA-TV in Denver that the information organizations say uncovered flaws within the interpretation of earlier DNA testing.
Boulder County District Lawyer Stan Garnett and Boulder police Chief Greg Testa confirmed Tuesday that they’ve mentioned the difficulty with Colorado Bureau of Investigation directors, who’re about to unveil extra refined DNA checks.
The checks additionally would faucet into an FBI database that features genetic profiles from greater than 15.1 million recognized offenders and arrestees.
JonBenét was discovered lifeless within the basement of the Ramsey residence the day after Christmas in 1996.