JonBenet Ransey Murder Case: How To Watch 'Killing of JonBenet: The Truth Uncovered' Livestream, and More Revalations[VIDEO]By Sarah T., UniversityHerald Reporter
The documentary series of A&E, "The Killing of JonBenet: The Truth Uncovered," started to premiere on Monday, Sept. 5 at 9 p.m. ET. Since it was aired during the Labor Day, some viewers have missed it.
As mentioned earlier, some viewers had set a plan for Labor Day, and they want to find a way to re-watch the docu-series. For those who want to watch or steam the full episodes of "The Killing of JonBenét: The Truth Uncovered," Bustle advised to check out the local listings with TV Guide as the docu-series will re-broadcast at 1 a.m. on Sept. 6 (both Eastern and Pacific time).
Another way is to visit A&E's Website. The network provides the full episodes and specials on their website. Just log in with your cable provider.
You can also watch the docu-series on your phone as A&E's App is available on multiple devices. You need to log in with a cable subscription.
The docu-series "The Killing of JonBenet: The Truth Uncovered" revealed some shocking details, including, never-before-seen footage and documents from the nearly 20-year-old case. The following are the details revealed on Monday.
John Ramsey maintain innocence of his family.
JonBenét's father, John Ramsey, maintained his family's innocence throughout the documentary. He is remarried and now owner of small flight-chartering business.
"Twenty years later, there's still people who believe I killed JonBenét." John, 72, said. According to him, all accusations threw to him are totally wrong.
He and his late wife, Patsy Ramsey, who passed away passed away from ovarian cancer in 2006, faced similar accusations were acquitted in 2008.
Unaired Interview Footage of Burke Ramsey
Burke is the eldest son of the Ramseys. He was only nine when the murder happened, and was also a suspect of killing his sister.
In the video, the investigator asked him why he did not leave his bedroom while his sister was missing. Burke replied to investigator, "Because I was just so scared."
Press released a wrong information
Author Paula Woodward was also featured in the documentary. She claimed every information that was leaked to the press was wrong. The false information made tabloid accused the couple of killing their daughter.
The Stun Gun Was Used To JonBenet
Investigators found wounds on JonBenet's face, and they argued if that wounds are the result of the stun gun.
DNA of Unidentified Male
DNA of an unidentified male was found on JonBenet, and this evidence rules out the couple as suspects, according to US Magazine.