CBS just aired a documentary over the tragic killing of JonBenet Ramsey, The Case Of: JonBenet Ramsey, and is now being sued over it by her brother, according to TMZ.
In the documentary modern technology is used on evidence collected at the crime scene as the 20th anniversary of the child’s murder approaches.
Shockingly, CBS investigators determine that JonBenet was killed by her then 9-year-old brother with a flashlight over a fight about a midnight snack of pineapples. The family then decides to cover up the crime.
Investigators posited that Patsy had left Burke with a bowl of pineapple and some tea and that when JonBenet had attempted to sneak some of the fruit later, it prompted Burke to lash out and strike her with a flashlight, killing her.
Using modern technology, they said they uncovered the voices of three people having a conversation after Mrs Ramsey thought she had hung up after calling police 20 years ago.
Three phrases can allegedly be heard during the extra six seconds of 911 audio, which are believed to have come from JonBenet’s parents John and Patsy and her older brother Burke.
Investigators believe they can hear Mr Ramsey’s voice saying ‘we’re not speaking to you’, before Mrs Ramsey allegedly asks: ‘What did you do? Help me, Jesus’.
They claim JonBenet’s brother Burke can then be heard asking ‘what did you find?’ – even though his parents have always claimed he was asleep at the time.
The documentary is pretty fascinating if you get a chance to watch it.