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SHOTLIST:AP IMAGES- AP CLIENTS ONLYDate unknown1. STILL IMAGE of JonBenet Ramsey's gravestoneBoulder, Colorado- 25 October 2013AP TELEVISION- AP CLIENTS ONLY2. Wide of Ramsey's former house where killing took place3. Close of basement window4. Wide of Boulder County Justice Center sign5. Wide of Boulder County Justice Center6. Wide of Boulder County Justice Center (alternate angle)AP IMAGES- AP CLIENTS ONLYDate unknown7. STILL IMAGE of John and Patsy Ramsey8. STILL IMAGE of John and Patsy RamseyBoulder, Colorado- 25 October 2013AP TELEVISION- AP CLIENTS ONLY9. SOUNDBITE (English) Patrick Hart, tourist (transcript below)AP IMAGES- AP CLIENTS ONLYDate unknown10. STILL IMAGE of John and Patsy Ramsey11. STILL IMAGE of JonBenet Ramsey's gravestoneBoulder, Colorado- 25 October 2013AP TELEVISION- AP CLIENTS ONLY12. SOUNDBITE (English) Paul Lohmann, Boulder resident (transcript below) AP IMAGES- AP CLIENTS ONLYDate unknown13. STILL IMAGE of John and Patsy RamseyBoulder, Colorado- 25 October 2013AP TELEVISION- AP CLIENTS ONLY14. Wide of Ramsey's former house where killing took placeSCRIPT: THE CASE IS NEARLY TWO DECADES OLD... BUT NEW DOCUMENTS ARE EMERGING IN THE JONBENET RAMSEY MURDER CASE. THE 6-YEAR-OLD WAS FOUND BLUDGEONED AND STRANGLED IN HER COLORADO HOME IN 1996.DNA TESTS HAVE SINCE SUGGESTED THAT SHE WAS KILLED BY A STRANGER, NOT A FAMILY MEMBER. BUT COURT DOCUMENTS RELEASED FRIDAY SHOW A GRAND JURY INDICTED HER PARENTS EARLIER IN THE INVESTIGATION. THE INDICTMENT AGAINST JOHN AND PATSY RAMSEY CAME IN 1999 FOR CHILD ABUSE AND BEING AN ACCESSORY TO A CRIME. SOUNDBITE (English) Patrick Hart, tourist: "As far as I know there was no evidence that ever came out that really indicted anyone. So it's very interesting to find out that there's a grand jury that believed that they should be tried for the crimes."BUT THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY AT THE TIME DECLINED TO PRESS CHARGES, SAYING HIS TEAM DID NOT HAVE SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE.THE INDICTMENTS RELEASED FRIDAY DID NOT SAY WHO KILLED THE GIRL.SOUNDBITE (English) Paul Lohmann, Boulder resident:"It would be nice to see it resolved, you know, JonBenet was just a little bitty kid, and you know, so she really deserves to have so kind of closure."THE DOCUMENT ALLEGES BOTH PARENTS INTENDED TO DELAY OR PREVENT THE ARREST OF THE ALLEGED KILLER.(****END****)