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Thursday, August 17, 2006


John Mark Karr says he drugged her, but the autopsy found no drugs in JonBenet's body. Reports indicate she had been stranged and beaten; Karr says he "accidentally" killed her. Karr says he's guilty, but his ex-wife says they were in Alabama together. In short, it doesn't look like a slam-dunk for the prosecution, unless of course forensic evidence can place Karr at the murder scene. But could the Karr angle simply be a convenient cover story? Why is no one — not McKinney, not Kucinich, not Chomsky, not Sharpton, not Code Pink — raising the most difficult, the most troubling, yet also the most obvious question? Where were George W. Bush and Dick Cheney on December 26, 1996?